Caerhafod Lodge, Llanrhian, St Davids, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5BD
Ideally situated between the famous cathedral city of St Davids and the Irish ferry port of Fishguard, the Lodge overlooks the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline. Within walking distance of the well known Sloop Inn at Porthgain and the internationally renowned Coastal Path. An ideal stopover for cyclists with The Celtic Trail cycle route passing the bottom of the drive. The Lodge is a great base for all outdoor activities: boat trips around Ramsey Island, coasteering, kayaking, surfing or just lazing on the beach. The lodge sleeps 23 in 5 separate rooms, all en suite with great showers. There is a modern fully equipped kitchen/diner with sea view patio & picnic tables and with a panoramic view from the Preseli mountains to Strumble Head and the North Bishop with glorious sunsets over the Irish sea. There is also a sitting room for cosy evenings, on-site washing/drying room and ample off road parking. Dogs welcome by prior arrangement. Smoking outdoors. Visit Wales graded 4 star.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
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23: 3×4, 1×5, 1×6.
All year. Check in from 4pm, check out 10.30 am. All day access.
Adult £20. U16 £15 when booking 2+ nights. Group rates available
Advised in high season. 50% deposit.
GR Landranger 157, SM 827 317. A40 from Haverfordwest, left at Letterston (B4331) to Mathry. Left onto A487 to St Davids, right in Croesgoch for Llanrhian, at crossroads right for Trefin. Lodge is on right after ½ mile.
Trains at Fishguard (9m) and Haverfordwest (17m). Fishguard/Rosslare ferry. National Express: Haverfordwest. 413 Bus: St Davids-Fishguard 50yds from Lodge. Seasonal coastal shuttle service for walkers.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Wales Coast Path.
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Sandy beaches sheltered in serenity by the overlooking cliffs.
Surrounded by overlooking cliffs, the coves near Caerhafod Lodge are sheltered in serenity: the beaches are perfect for fun and relaxation with families and friends.
This friendly hostel in Pembrokeshire is the perfect port of call on your coastal adventures.
Whether you arrive on foot, by pedal or powered by engine, you’ll be struck by the scenery at Caerhafod Lodge (between St. Davids and Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire). The Celtic Trail Cycle path rolls past the driveway and the Gorgeous Pembrokeshire Coast Path is, fittingly, within walking distance making this a beautiful and restful stopover on your adventure. If you’re staying for longer there is kayaking, surfing, boat trips and other maritime exploits; or the peaceful and popular cathedral city of St. Davids to explore.
An ideal base for exploring the north Pembrokeshire coast.
Caerhafod Lodge has fabulous 180 degree sea views from two patios. Watch the sun set as you eat your evening meal. This family freindly accommdation is an ideal base for exploring the North Pembrokeshire Coast. Take part in Coastal activities like surfing or coasteering. Or enjoy this quite peaceful location near to the cathedral city of St Davids