Bonville’s Court Country Park was originally Bonville’s Court Colliery.

The Colliery opened in 1842 by the Myers Mining Co. and was the largest and longest running colliery in Pembrokeshire, working for 88 years.  By 1900, there were 195 men employed with a daily output of 150 tons of exceptional anthracite.  By 1918, the workforce had increased to 347 men, and by 1926 the colliery was producing 35 000 tons of coal annually.  Due to the exceptional quality of the coal from Bonville’s Court, Queen Victoria used the near smokeless anthracite for her Royal Yacht, Britannia.

Two trains worked Saundersfoot, the Rosalind which worked the harbour and Wiseman’s Bridge area,

Darren & Carla
Many thanks. Had a great week, weather a bit hit and miss but cottage was lovely and cosy. Great garden for the dog and will be visiting again in near future
Ray & Anita
Cosy cottage in a great location and easy walk to the beach. Butcher in Saundersfoot do fab pies! Had a relaxing week, thank you
Alison, Selena, Katie & Jess the Dog
Such a lovely cottage, will miss it! Best sleep ever. Great walk down to the beach. Thank you for making it so cosy xxx
Mike, Gemma, Luis & Katie Phelan
Arrived feeling very stressed from our busy lives. We're all leaving feeling very relaxed after a wonderful stay in the cottage and we cant wait to return. Thank you so much xxx
Fiona & Emily
Thank you! So peaceful and well equipped. Lovely weather - did lots of touring round, cliff walks & beaches. Nice eating places in Saundersfoot
Sue & Steve & Family
Peaceful and quiet. Lovely beaches. Would recommend tree tops for great adventure. Thank you!
Brenda Graeme & Phil & Bruce
Great cottage. great location & great owners. Many thanks