This modern detached lodge is located in Heritage Park in Stepaside, South Pembrokeshire.
The single storey wooden chalet style lodge benefits from uninterrupted views over the Pembrokeshire countryside and provides quiet, good quality accommodation for a family holiday.
Three steps take you up to the decking, where you enter the lodge into the compact hallway.
This leads on to a cosy open plan sitting room, with a dining area and kitchen.
There's comfy seating to relax and unwind after a busy day exploring the sights, or you could chill out and watch the flat screen TV or a DVD.
The kitchen is well equipped to help you whip up tasty meals and you can dine inside at the four seater dining table, or open up the doors onto the decking, and enjoy an alfresco meal on the south facing deck with its stunning views.
There are two comfortable bedrooms – a double with its own en-suite WC and basin, and a cosy twin bedroom.
The lodge has a family shower room, with WC, basin and a large walk-in shower cubicle.
If you can't bear to be parted from your mobile or laptop, there's WiFi available in the lodge, along with plenty of games and books to enjoy.
Outside the lodge is a raised decking area, complete with comfortable wicker-style patio furniture.
The extended area of decking is south facing and offers a beautiful spot to be still, take in the views and enjoy the wildlife.
If you're on holiday with children, there's a children's play area close by.
It's only one mile to the nearest town, Kilgetty, where you'll find shops, a pub and restaurants – great if you don't fancy cooking all your meals on holiday.
The lodge is well placed for access to local beaches, with Wiseman's Bridge beach just one mile away and Saundersfoot about 1.5 miles.
Both can be easily reached by walking, plus the coastal path is nearby too.
Ideally located for exploring this wonderful area of Pembrokeshire, Lodge 79 is a great spot for a family holiday or short break.
About the location
Amroth 1 mile; Saundersfoot 4 miles; Tenby 6.5 miles; Narberth 7 miles; Pembroke 10.8 miles.
Once home to both coal and iron mines, Stepaside is now a holiday hamlet with a few houses pubs and restaurants. This valley was a hive of industrial activity from the 14th to the 19th century as it was an integral part of the Pembrokeshire coal field. It’s hard to imagine that now, as very little remains apart from the old ironworks at Stepaside and the railway tunnels between Wisemans Bridge and Saundersfoot. There were 12 collieries working in this area at its heyday. The whole of Pembrokeshire beckons with the harbour and seaside resorts of Amroth just 15 minutes’ walk away, Tenby and Saundersfoot close by, visit secluded sandy beaches, such as the acclaimed Barafundle Bay for a quiet relaxing day, or take in an invigorating walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Path. Enjoy a boat trip to Caldey Island and its monastery, or to Skomer, which is renowned for its puffins. For the most adventurous, extreme watersports await, whilst golfers can take the challenge of Tenby's famous links course. The nearby town of Narberth is a delight to discover with its many individual shops, including upmarket boutiques, specialist deli grocers and unique gift shops, and a wide choice of restaurants, bistros and pubs can be found in and around the town. Queen's Hall, Narberth's leading cultural and arts venue hosts a variety of concerts, plays and events, which can be enjoyed throughout the year. A perfect holiday base at any time of year.