|Parking||2 cars in nearby parking bay||Garden||enclosed verandah|
|Short breaks||From £215||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||Yes||Fire/Woodburner||No|
Snowdrop Lodge sits among 11 other detached, timber lodges in a tranquil, countryside location just one mile from the bustling, harbour village of Saundersfoot and its Blue Flag, sandy beaches. Well equipped and accommodating up to 6 people (with the use of a very comfortable double sofa bed) this two bedroomed lodge offers exceptional value for money for a stay in the heart of The National Geographic’s ‘second best coastal destination in the entire world.’ French doors connect its well-planned living space with an enclosed, furnished, veranda; providing the ideal spot for lounging in the sun and absorbing the sounds of nature. The facilities of Moreton Farm Leisure Park are open to all guests: Well-maintained open green spaces and the swings, climbing frame and see-saw will beckon most adventurous souls: Rabbits dart from hedgerows, rare birds sweep majestically overhead and peace and tranquillity reign supreme at this immaculate, family-friendly holiday site. What’s more, when it comes to family holidays, this location benefits from the ultimate feature of convenience: car-free access to the beach. A bridle-way with a surface suitable for push chairs and no vehicular access, offers a one mile, stress-free, countryside amble to Saundersfoot village and its stunning beaches.Read more about Moreton Farm Leisure Park - Snowdrop Lodge
The accommodation is all on ground floor level has gas central heating and comprises:
Open plan living area
Lounge area: with gas fire, Freeview TV/radio DVD/CD and sofa bed (for +2); French doors on to enclosed veranda with garden dining furniture.
Dining area: Table and chairs for 4 (with 2 additional stools)
Kitchen area: with gas cooker, microwave and fridge. (Laundrette on site)
Bedroom 1: with double bed
Bedroom 2: with two single beds
Shower room: with shower cubicle, WC and wash basin
All gas and electricity included. Bed linen provided. Cot and high chair available on request. The only place to put a cot is in the living room.
Garden dining furniture on enclosed verandah. (Site facilities including laundrette, reception, children’s play equipment, etc). Parking for 2+ cars in nearby parking bay...drop off directly outside property)
|Nearest town||Saundersfoot||Shops||0.5 Mile|
|Distance||1 Mile||Restaurant||0.5 Mile|
|Nearest railway station||Saundersfoot||Pub||0.5 Mile|
Saundersfoot sits in the southern heart of The Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park and offers easy accessibility to all that this sensational county has to offer. Saundersfoot itself certainly has something for everyone: Besides splendid beaches and intriguing coves, it provides pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops, galleries, various entertainment venues and scrumptious fish and chips! For fine dining and stunning coastal views, St Brides Hotel, on the cliff overlooking the harbour shouldn’t be missed. Its restaurant, open to all, houses an intriguing collection of contemporary Welsh art, while its spa and treatment facilities provide an oasis of calm for those in search of pampering. With a busy annual events diary, from the St David’s Day (March) markets to the razzmatazz and incredulous sight of the New Year’s Day swim, this town is a great all-year-round destination.
Amble for a further 2 miles and find yourself in the medieval walled town of Tenby. With its stunning beaches offering a host of water-sports and equipment hire, fishing trips, coastal cruises, an 18 hole golf course in the sand dunes as well as quaint, winding streets full of cafes, shops, galleries, bars and restaurants; it’s easy to see why it’s such a popular destination for many. Credited by The Times as one of the top ten places in the world to spend New Year’s Eve, the rest of its annual events won’t disappoint either. The week long Arts festival at the end of September and November’s three day Blues Festival always draw in the crowds. From poetry in pubs to extravagant fire-works at the harbour, such events are run of the mill in this town but the countywide Fish Week in June is one that certainly should not be missed. Cookery demonstrations by celebrity chefs, a whole host of themed events and restaurants from north to south celebrating all that swims in our waters, makes it a must for any foodie. The late summer, Narberth Food Festival serves up another gastronomic delight, showcasing the rich and diverse produce farmed in Pembrokeshire; the Garden of Wales. This intriguing, multi-coloured, Georgian market town lies just 8 ½ miles inland from Snowdrop Lodge, with unique independent shops, galleries with a vast array of local art and some great eateries, it’s a fantastic place to find those original Christmas gifts. The cafe bar within Ultracomeda, the delicatessen on the High Street, serves lunches and wines that can’t be missed!
Whether in search of retail therapy, pony trekking across the sands or the horrors of Oakwood Theme Park at Halloween, South Pembrokeshire provides it all and much, much more besides. But whatever the event, whatever the adventure, whatever the season, returning to Snowdrop Lodge you can’t fail to appreciate the comfort and convenience it offers: Easy access to so much, yet tucked away from the bustling tourist trail, Snowdrop Lodge provides the perfect place for whatever holiday you wish to create.
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