St Brides Spa Hotel Access Statement

St Brides Spa Hotel welcomes people with disabilities and has produced this access statement to address some of the more common questions that may arise.
This access statement is intended to provide any additional information for all guests that wish to visit the hotel or make use any of its facilities and includes a wide range of disabilities.

St Brides Spa Hotel aims to ensure that all employees, guests and others who use or assist in the provision of our services, regardless of their disability, are treated equally, according to their needs.

For anybody wishing to make a booking or any kind of enquiry we ask that you inform us in advance of any special needs or disabilities that you may have in order for us to ensure your personal requirements are met.

To reach St Brides Spa Hotel

By Car

The M4 motorway is 40 miles from St Brides Spa Hotel, bringing Saundersfoot within easy
reach by car from most parts of the UK and Ireland. Drive along the M4 motorway west to Carmarthen, where you will take the A40 to St Clears.
From here, take the A477 towards Tenby. At Kilgetty roundabout, take the A478 to Saundersfoot. Stay on the A478 until Twy Cross Roundabout at New Hedges (Do not take the left hand turning signposted for Saundersfoot opposite the Fountain Head Inn in the village of Pentlepoir). At the Twy Cross roundabout, take the first exit left. Continue down St Brides Hill until you see the Hotel on the right.

By Train

Main line trains travel to Swansea with connections to Saundersfoot and Tenby. We
recommend that you stay on the train to Tenby as this is a main station as opposed to a
platform in Saundersfoot. From Tenby, you can take a 5 minutes taxi ride to the hotel.

By Ferry

Stena operate from Rosslare to Fishguard.
Irish Ferries sail from Rosslare to Pembroke Dock.

By Air

Scheduled worldwide connections are available to Cardiff International Airport, which is 90
miles form the hotel.
N.B. Satellite Navigation users should be aware that St Brides Spa Hotel is in Saundersfoot,
South Pembrokeshire and not St Brides Bay in West Pembrokeshire.