Newgale Lodge

Newgale Lodge offers group accommodation in two lodges and Bed & Breakfast rooms in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Just two miles from the stunning Blue Flag beach at Newgale and it is ideally situated for anyone doing activity breaks near St Davids.

Skomer Lodge, Ramsey Lodge, and Caldey House together form Newgale Lodge, which sleeps up to 48 people. It is designed to provide affordable group accommodation and is a perfect base for all group holidays, activity breaks, team events, stag and hen weekends and residential programmes. The Lodges can be booked individually or the whole Newgale Lodge site is also available for exclusive use. Every room has central heating, a private en-suite bathroom and complimentary Wi-fi internet access.
There is ample car parking and a fully stocked bar with seating for 20 and adjacent lounge area with sofas and television. We also offer good quality food in the Lodge restaurant, as well as having a self-catering provision.

Please contact us to discuss booking for smaller or larger groups.

As well as affordable group accommodation, we also provide conference and meeting facilities. We can coordinate a range of outdoor activities, run team building events or longer residential development programmes.  A full range of our packages can be found on our website.

We are also able to host BBQ’s and have a state-of-the-art log-fired pizza oven.

Location


Address

Newgale Lodge
Penycwm
Newgale, Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6LA

Contact

T: 01437720959

Info

Dog friendly: No

Covid-19

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