Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
Garnffrwd Park is probably one of the best options for a week long break when it comes to pleasing those who are fishing enthusiasts as the park has its own fishery for both line and fly fishing. The lake itself is 5 acres and spring fed, making it the perfect spot for fly fishing.
The holiday park is also located in a protected wildlife area which is a site of special scientific interest. The wildlife and ability to go fishing is supplemented by the surrounding area which includes two national parks in close proximity, the Brecon Beacons and Pembroke national park. The Brecon Beacons is a paradise for hill walking and has some very challenging walks should you wish to try and conquer one of its many peaks.
The difficult terrain is also the reason why the Brecon Beacons is a training ground for the army with SAS selection being carried out within the park. Pembrokeshire also has an endless amount of breathtakingly beautiful natural scenery from waterfalls to steep valleys, making it a great choice for walks and day outs.
Accommodation is divided into three with the choice of two lodges and one cottage being offered. The Ash lodge is the most affordable at £235 per week sleeping four people in two bedrooms, a double and a twin with plenty of space.
The Ash lodge also boasts a great view of picturesque woodland. The cottage option is the Cerrig cottage which is over two hundred years old and really is a great way to experience a bit of Welsh history and architecture. The cottage has central heating and a log fire, with logs being made available for an extra cost.
The largest accommodation option is the Oak Lodge which has three separate bedrooms which can be kitted out in a variety of different ways to suit guests from double beds to bunk beds or singles.Tags: Lodges in Carmarthenshire, Lodges in South Wales, Lodges in Wales