Situated in South Pembrokeshire, Saundersfoot has a beautiful, gently sloping wide beach, which has been awarded the coveted Blue Flag award. It a small seaside village, very popular with tourists.
Here is a round up of Facilities for Babies in Saundersfoot:
*The main car parks are The Regency Hall car park, and The Harbour car park. There is limited road parking for only 30 minutes. There are no parent and child parking bays.
*There are Baby Changing facilities at The Harbour Toilets. There are three (yes three) public toilets in The Regency Hall Car Park. There are lovely facilities inside the hall itself, but you have to be using the hall to use them. (There is a cafe in the entrance).
*There are cafes with Baby Changing including The Coffee Tavern, Little and Large Lite Bites, The Lounge (you have to ask them to put up the unit in the loo), and The Boat House.
*Little and Large Lite Bites cafe is totally baby and child friendly with a lovely play corner, fab loos and children’s menu.
*There is a small children’s park behind the Regency Hall, overlooked by the Sports and Social Club where you can enjoy a drink and good food.
*There is a lovely pushchair friendly walk to Wiseman’s Bridge through the old railway tunnels. You go through Coppet Hall car park which has been totally refurbished with a fabulous restaurant – Coast (very expensive), but underneath is a little coffee shop, open in the season selling drinks, ice cream and snacks. There is a beach shop here and lovely toilet facilities too. The beach here is smaller, but very accessible and flat.
*There is a quieter beach behind the harbour – The Back Beach. It has a smooth ramp for access. A lovely beach for exploring rockpools.