Brynmeini Lake Lodge

The Lake Lodge at Brynmeini Farm

Four Star Accommodation on the Farm

The lodge is set in a secluded location on a working farm overlooking a lake which is home to a wide variety of ducks, geese and the occasional swan.
The balcony of the Lodge provides an ideal spot to watch the wildlife whilst enjoying a glass of wine or a chilled beer, you may even spot one of the reclusive large brown trout that have been in the lake for years! The lake is fenced securely but we would recommend that young children are supervised at all times.
The lodge provides a very comfortable base to explore the surrounding sites of Pembrokeshire, only 11 miles from Cardigan and 15 miles from Fishguard there are plenty of places to explore and enjoy from the Preseli Hills to the wild and beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline which boasts some of the best beaches in the UK. You can enjoy almost every from of water sport in the area as well as cycling, walking, fishing and even go-karting within a few miles drive from the Lodge.  The scenery of the Pembrokeshire area is outstanding and rated by many as some of the best in Britain!
After a day of exploring, and if you still have the energy, then as we are a fully working farm feel free to muck in and maybe watch a lambing in the spring, calving in the summer or help to feed a lamb, Alpaca or chicken!

A well equipped kitchen, complete with dishwasher, is attractively presented for your use, available from the farm is fresh seasonal produce and in season meat.

The Lodge sleeps up to 4 comfortably  in a double and twin room, and there is a sitting room with a woodburning stove, TV and DVD player as well a great selection of DVDs and books, that is if you can drag yourself away from the lake view!There is a well appointed bath room with shower, sink and toilet and we provide comfy dressing gowns and towels for our guests as well as other home comforts.



Brynmeini Lake Lodge


T: 01239832025


Dog friendly: Yes



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