With its compact shopping centre, ample seafront parking and easily accessible amenities, Saundersfoot remains one of the most popular seaside resorts in the south of Pembrokeshire. Visitors can walk along the former Railway Street, now The Strand, and follow the disused railway line through a number of tunnels in the cliff around to Wiseman's Bridge, where the coal-carrying trains went inland.
A short distance before you enter the first of these tunnels you will come to Green Shutters on your left. Originally built in the 1920s by Lord Merthyr for his Artisans, Green Shutters was home to the estate carpenter, and the cottage retains much of his original work.
Facilities at Green Shutters
Outside: 30 yards from the Blue Flag beach at Saundersfoot. Off-street parking for two cars. Steps up to raised decked patio area in the garden with patio set for 6, and great views of Saundersfoot Bay. Additional patio set for 8 to 10 just outside the kitchen door. Gas barbecue.
Boiler room - combination washer / tumble dryer. Boiler which runs central heating and supplies on-demand hot water.
Kitchen fully equipped with utensils, crockery, glassware and cutlery. Electric hob, oven and extractor, tall fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher.
Dining room - dining table and chairs. Welsh dresser with selection of games, WII games, dvds and books. Electric fire. Radio/cd player.
Sitting room and conservatory - comfortable seating for 6. HD television, Freeview tv and wifi internet access. Nintendo WII with a selection of games. Freestanding electric heater.
Throughout - newly decorated, new soft furnishings, central heating.
Bathroom - new bathroom suite including a new shower bath. Floor to ceiling tiling. Heated towel rail and extractor fan.
Master bedroom - new king size bed. New bedroom furniture. Vanity basin and mirror. New bed linen. Hairdryer.
Double bedroom - new double bed. New bedroom furniture. New bed linen. Hairdryer
Twin bedroom - new twin beds. New bedroom furniture. New bed linen.