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A boutique seaside hotel for today’s tastes – modern, sophisticated and unstuffy, designed with flair.

Seaside holidays in Britain are back in fashion. And it’s all because of places like St Brides. There are so many ‘wow’ factors in this stunning Pembrokeshire hotel that it’s difficult to know where to start. Let’s begin with the breath-taking location, on a headland above the newly redeveloped Saundersfoot harbour and the sweeping curve of Carmarthen Bay away into the distance.

It’s a big view that grabs your attention from almost every room. Hosts Andrew and Lindsey Evans explain that ‘the whole hotel has been designed around the view’. And design is the operative word, for the Evans’s have overseen the meticulous development and gentle evolution of this beautiful hotel over two decades, bringing it bang into the 21st century. Clean lines, muted tones, big beds, soft colours, oodles of natural light, powerful showers, lavish bathrooms, timber and limestone floors, subtle lighting, a gleaming bar area.

St Brides ticks all the contemporary boxes. It’s a sophisticated design package with maritime touches, not unlike the ‘upscale’ kind of place you’d expect to find on the eastern seaboard of the USA. The Evans’s aren’t the kind to rest on their laurels. They also have six spacious two-bedroomed Garden Suites fully equipped to offer flexible ‘hotel apartment’- style accommodation, and there’s also a fitness suite. There is a reason why ‘Spa’ features in the hotel’s name. The fabulous marine spa is centered around the iconic infinity pool that you will have seen gracing the pages of many a high end glossy magazine. The beach panorama view is world class on it’s own, but there is also the aroma steam room, rock sauna, sensation shower, salt infusion room and ice fountain to get the senses tingling.

The commitment to quality is carried through into the kitchen, the source of versatile menus and intense flavours based on fine Welsh and Pembrokeshire produce with achingly fresh seafood front and centre. The final touch comes in the public areas that double up as a gallery displaying contemporary Welsh artworks.

Whilst it’s hard to tear yourself away from that seascape view, a trip to honeypot Tenby or trendy Narberth, or a few hours on some of the best sections of All Wales Coast path, make it that little bit easier.

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