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Woodridge Inn Hotel
Wooden
Saundersfoot
West Wales

SA69 9DY | View map

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The hotel offers a means of escaping to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline and countryside allowing you to do as little or as much as you like. Part of The Landsker Walk is adjacent to the Woodridge Inn Hotel car park and the Pembrokeshire coastal walk is within a very short distance of the hotel. Walkers; cyclists; golfers and bird watchers are especially welcome. There is an array of 18-hole golf courses between a 4 and 22 mile radius of the hotel. Local bus services run hourly to Tenby; Saundersfoot; Narberth; Haverfordwest etc. We are easily accessible to all that Pembrokeshire has to offer. From breathtaking beaches;bustling harbours; art galleries; theme parks; animal parks; golf courses; riding stables; castles; museums; agricultural shows; fishing; sailing and island visits. Oakwood Theme Park; Folly Farm; Heatherton Activity Centre and the Dinosaur Park are all very close. For those guests who like to park their car on arrival and not use it again until the end of their holiday; there are bus services every hour to Saundersfoot Village; Tenby; Narberth; Haverfordwest; Pembroke; Pendine and more; whilst the Pembrokeshire Coastal Shuttle Services run from May to Mid-September; allowing you to explore further along the coast to St Davids; Fishguard and Cardigan. The Woodridge Inn Hotel comprises 3 floors with 17 en-suite rooms ranging from Double; Twin; Family and Executive and a purpose built disabled room on the ground floor. Every room has brand new high quality en-suite bathrooms all with bath; strong power shower; heated towel rail and shaving point. The rooms themselves have flat screen televisions; comfortable seating in all bedrooms; broadband access for your own laptop; direct dial telephone and refreshment tray with tea; coffee; hot chocolate and biscuits.

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