Narberth 1 mile.
This superb detached lodge with hot tub, sits in a delightful spot amidst thirty acres of woodland and parkland, close to the town of Narberth.
Overlooking a tranquil lake, and within a short stroll from an 18-hole short golf course, this lovely lodge is the ideal retreat for a family or friends looking for a relaxing break, but is well-located for those wanting to discover the delights of Pembrokeshire.
The lodge is of the highest standard, and comprises a spacious open plan living area, a well-equipped kitchen and two cosy bedrooms.
The inviting decking features a private hot tub which offers lovely views over the lake, and is the perfect place to sit in sublime tranquillity whilst watching the abundant wildlife.
With golf on the doorstep, along with many wonderful walks, you need not venture any further than your front door.
However, if you want to explore the area the whole of Pembrokeshire beckons with seaside resorts such as Tenby and Saundersfoot, unspoilt sandy beaches, castles, craft centres and market towns.
Dolphin-spotting trips as well as Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm or the all-weather Blue Lagoon Water Park are all nearby, so you are truly spoilt for choice with fun for all the family.
The Willows is a wonderful retreat, surrounded by a quaint landscape, offering a truly restful base to explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
About the location
ISLE OF BENBECULA
Lochmaddy 16 miles.
Benbecula is one of the isles of the Outer Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, and is connected to its neighbours, North and South Uist, by a series of causeways. The main town on Benbecula is Balivanich, which hosts shops, cafes and Post Office, as well as being home to Benbecula Airport. Scattered across the island are many fresh water and sea lochs and moorland, so there are ample opportunities for some fishing and wildlife spotting. At the shores of the island, the Atlantic coasts boasts wide white beaches and sand dunes which add to the remote and peaceful nature of the area. An easy drive from Benbecula, Lochmaddy, the main town of North Uist, is home to a museum, arts centre and is also the main ferry terminal for the three islands. North Uist is renowned for its birdlife and the RSPB maintains a nature reserve at Balranald. Many prehistoric structures are scattered throughout the islands, adding to the mysterious atmosphere of these remote and beautiful landscapes.
Note: No children under 12 years
Note: Short breaks to start and end on a Monday or Friday only.