Beautiful lodge set just a short woodland walk from the quiet hamlet of Wiseman’s Bridge with its golden sandy beach, countryside walks and popular dog-friendly pub.
Tucked within an attractive holiday park in beautiful Stepaside, this charming lodge-style accommodation sleeps six guests and two dogs in comfort. Surrounded by woodland and countryside trails, you could soon be navigating the various paths leading past what was once the ironworks and colliery or ambling along the old railway to Wiseman’s Bridge. Explore the golden sandy shores of the beach, sample local fare, or venture further afield to experience the various eateries and equally stunning beach at Saundersfoot 3 miles away. Younger guests will appreciate the variety of amusements a short drive away including castles, family-friendly theme parks and farms. Historic Tenby is a gem to discover 6 miles away, where you’ll be able to lose yourself amongst the pretty cobbled streets and perfect beaches.
Ascend a small set of steps and enter to find a homely interior . The heart of the home is the spacious open-plan living space, which features soft carpeting, floor-to-ceiling windows, stylish furniture and an electric fire. Escape blustery cold days by curling up on the corner sofa with a mug of hot chocolate as you catch up on your favourite films on the TV. Prepare delicious meals in the sleek kitchen area, making good use of the electric cooker, oven, fridge and separate three-drawer freezer and settle down at the grand dining table to eat. The high ceilings continue throughout the property and into the bedrooms, which feature bold splashes of colour. There’s a crisply dressed double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and access to the balcony. A futher double and twin bedroom share the family bathroom with a shower-over-the-bath and WC.
Throw open the doors in the lounge area and step outside with your morning coffee to watch the surrounding area come to life. Your exclusive wrap-around terrace has ample seating for al fresco dining and afternoon drinks in the sunshine, followed by a quick stroll around the holiday park. There’s off-road parking for one car.