A tranquil Saundersfoot Caravan Park close to Amroth and a short drive from Tenby.

Pinewood is a Saundersfoot caravan park located at Wiseman’s Bridge, midway between the pretty coastal villages of Saundersfoot and Amroth, in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We offer relaxation, peace and tranquillity in quality accommodation that is situated on Cliff Road, a no-through lane, yet just 350 yards from the beach, pub and shop at Wiseman’s Bridge. Pinewood is an ideal place to stay, with the internationally famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath running straight past our drive. Simply park your car on our large car park and enjoy a pleasant stroll, or cycle ride, to Amroth and Saundersfoot. Besides the popular seaside town of Tenby, which is just 5 miles away and Narberth, with its individual retail outlets, 6 miles away, there is a plethora of local attractions for both young and old alike. (See our Special Offers page for latest deals – pay for 3 nights, stay for 5! If all we have showing when checking availability is a 6 berth static and you are a party of 4 or less, we will offer the 6 berth at the same price as the equivalent model 4 berth – ring to book.) Please note, we are PET FREE.

We are a Saundersfoot Caravan Park

Pinewood Caravan Park, situated in the heart of Saundersfoot Bay, is a Visit Wales 5 star site, the highest rating available. We have just eight luxury static caravans, a mixture of 4 and 6 berth, in a largely lawned setting. It is an extremely safe environment for children, being largely enclosed and with no direct access to any busy roads. We are a family run caravan holiday park which is highly maintained and our aim is to make your stay as enjoyable as possible so that you return time and time again.

Pinewood B&B

We are a 3 star Visit Wales B&B with 4 en-suite bedrooms, 3 doubles and a twin. All have tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary biscuits and flat screen TV/DVD players. Our wide range of tasty breakfasts are taken in our large, bright conservatory with stunning views of the Pembrokeshire Coast from Saundersfoot Bay towards Monkestone Point and Caldey Island.