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Inside of one of the Woodland Lodges (Oak Class) showing living room & balcony

Chalet | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 3km

The county of Pembrokeshire has a wide range of coastal and country attractions all within easy reach of Llanteglos. The sea front village of Amroth with its mild-long sandy beach is just down the hill and the famous medieval walled town of Tenby is only 8 miles away. So whether it is some kind of sporting activity, cultural pursuit, quiet retreat or a 'bucket and spade' holiday you want - we can provide the perfect home base for you!

The lodges are built in a staggered terrace arrangement and designed to take full advantage of their elevated south-facing aspect, with the bedrooms and bathroom downstairs and lounge, kitchen/dining area upstairs and glass sliding doors onto a secluded balcony. Also on site is our licensed clubroom open nightly in peak periods (weekends at other times). Food available peak periods. There is also a children's play area, tennis court, pastureland and a laundry for service washes.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Amroth 3 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1.5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cardiff 120 km, Nearest railway: Whitland 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General TV, Video player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Climbing frame
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Due to the new grading requirements of 'Visit Wales' (which replaced the Wales Tourist Board) - our Woodland Lodges are now graded both 3 and 4 star. Essentially the lodges are very similar - all of them being configured on two floors with balcony, and two bedrooms (double and twin). We are not allowed to have sofa beds in the four-star (Oak Class) lodges, so these lodges can take up to four people and have recently had new bedroom furniture fitted. The three-star (Cedar Class) lodges have a sofa bed in the living area so can sleep up to 6 people. ALL the lodges (3 or 4 star graded) have recently had new kitchen units and splendid new bathrooms - fully tiled with electric power showers as well as a large bath. Each lodge has a designated parking space in front (and for extra vehicles/trailers/boats, there is other parking space elsewhere on site). The prices quoted on this website are for 3 star lodges for up to 4 people. If using the sofa bed in a 'Cedar Class' three-star lodge, there is a small supplement.

Further details outdoors

The lodges are situated close to a children's play area and pleasant pastureland leading to a wooded area beyond. There is also a tennis court on site.

Turn out of our side entrance and head downhill along a bridle path through the national parkland and forestry and 20 minutes later you will find yourself by the sea at Amroth (or you can get there in 5 minutes by car!). Amroth is a rather quaint, unspoilt little village with a mile-long sandy beach and boasting 3 pubs, 2 restaurants, a grocery store and 2 wonderful gift shops.

The nearest supermarket is in Kilgetty, 5 minutes drive away but there is also a superb delicatessen and other specialists shops of all kinds in the nearby town of Narberth. Larger supermarkets - Tescos and Morrisons - can be found in Carmarthen (20 mins drive).

Further details

Large tourist information stand on site (and leaflets can be mailed to you prior to your stay)

The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region

A land of enchantment at the western edge of Wales, internationally recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park came into being in 1952 - the only COASTAL national park in Britain. The 186 mile (299 Km) Coastal Path meanders through some of the most ruggedly picturesque scenery in the world with outstanding views of charming in-lets, peaceful golden beaches, mysterious smugglers caves and spectacular natural formations such as the Green Bridge of Wales shaped by time and tide. The awe-inspiring towering cliffs and tranquil offshore islands, like the monastic Caldey Island (boat trips go there from Tenby) or the uninhabited islands of Skokholm or Skomer, are home to colonies of many different species of birds, rare flowers and wildlife (boat trips also available to see these).

The beauty of Pembrokeshire is in no way diminished by seasonal change. The climate is temperate and equally lovely during the many warm and sunny summer days and wild winter days where conditions are perfect for a brisk walk and home to a mug of cocoa back in the cosy lodge.

The sense that Pembrokeshire is a county of contrasts is continued in the different attractions that are on offer, from the traditional seaside resorts of Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby and the bustling towns of Narberth, Haverfordwest and Pembroke where markets, art gallers and museums abound, to the magnificent stone castles, a fine example of which is Pembroke Castle, birthplace of the Tudor dynasty and other places of historic importance such as the smallest city in Wales, St Davids, given this status due to its magnificent cathedral. The many , pretty rural villages are also worth a visit. The combination of this multitude of facilities and activities within such a beauitiful setting creates a quality of life far from the daily grind of the rat race, providing a bolthole for those seeking a restful holiday.

Amroth

The area around Llanteg has much to offer with trail walking, water sports, horse riding (including on the beach & also Western saddle), fishing, and golfing amongst many other activities to attract the more active visitor.

Families are well provided for with the huge selection of beaches, all with something special to offer; Oakwood Adventure Park, voted one of the top ten amusement parks in Britain; the award-winning Folly Farm, where the children can bottle-feed lambs and goats and play in the adventure playground; Heatherton Country Club offering miniature golf and shooting ranges; and the Great Wedlock Dinosaur Experience where education is combined with fun.

At night there is also plenty to see and do - the pubs and clubs of the towns like Tenby throng with life but the cosy village pubs provide the opportunity to have a drink and a chat. There are also plenty of shows and concerts in the castles, churches, theatres and concert halls of the region. Llanteglos itself has a "Theatre on the Lawn" in the summer with a group of local professional travelling actors putting on a play in the open air.

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Review 1-5 of 5

14 Sep 2013

5/5

"Perfect - not many places take three dogs and definitely not many places that take dogs are as clean and as comfortable"

Another short break to visit family. Comfortable seating and very quiet surroundings. The dog exercise field is so near to be very useful. Not enough time again to explore the area - would have liked … More

28 Aug 2013

4/5

"Good value for the price (B&B Review)"

I stayed for a couple of nights over the bank holiday in the Bed and Breakfast on the Estate, I had a double room with my partner with my son in a single room next door. Overall considering the price… More

25 Jan 2013

5/5

"Best dog friendly place we have ever stayed"

Considering the horrendously cold weather we were lovely and warm. The owner came over with an extra heater just in case but we didn't need it. He also made sure the TV worked which was a lovel… More

2 Nov 2012

5/5

"Great Estate!"

Had a short break for 4 nights at the Llanteglos Estate, nr Amroth towards the end of October 2012. The place was easy enough to find and well sign-posted. The Estate consists of around 20 Challet- Co… More

Please note that these guests were staying in one of the 'Orchard Lodges' (all in private ownership) and a stairgate can usually be made available for anyone with concerns about the stairs. The 'Woodland Lodges' on the same site are configured differently with the bedrooms all on the same level.

5 Oct 2012

5/5

"A wonderful place to stay!"

We've stayed at Llanteglos Estate five times now, and I can see us staying there many more times. It's a very quiet area, with a huge field for excercising dogs. The Lodges are cosy, and w… More

Review 1-5 of 5

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