Great British Seaside Breaks

You don't have to board a plane to visit somewhere spectacular! See our pick of the best British seaside breaks, from £50 a night...

Wales has some of the most beautiful coastline in the country, and if you?ve never been before, you should take a trip to the Pembrokeshire stretch of the Wales Coast Path. Part of it goes past Saundersfoot, a pretty seaside resort located between Tenby and Amroth. It has a beautiful, award-winning Blue Flag sandy beach and colourful harbour with pleasure boat moorings. There are also plenty of nearby attractions, including boat trips to Caldey Island, Pembroke Castle and the pretty town of Tenby. Visitors should not forget to pack their bikes as the hotel is able to recommend the perfect cycle route for all guests on two wheels. Saundersfoot is on the Celtic Trail, a long distance cycle touring route that leads to Fishguard.

Stay at the St Brides Spa Hotel, which offers spectacular views over Carmarthen Bay that guests can enjoy from the hotel?s infinity hydro pool as well as from many of the 34 individually styled bedrooms. Dinner is served in the Cliff Restaurant and Gallery Bar, which also affords sea views, and emphasises Pembrokeshire produce and locally caught seafood. Guests can also wander around the hotel?s art gallery, which is currently exhibiting paintings from Welsh artists Shirley Anne Owen, Anna Waters and Alison Kaye Fowler.

A double room at the St Brides Hotel starts from £160 on a b&b basis, based on two sharing; includes a complimentary 90 minute session in the thermal suite, unlimited access to the gym, high speed wifi and free car parking. To book, visit