Holiday Lodge

Broad Haven,

Pembrokeshire National Park

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The Pembrokeshire coast is Britain's only coastal national park. It is notable for its wild cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches and off-shore islands, some of which contain the largest sea bird colonies in Europe. Timber Hill is just inland from St Brides Bay, facing west to the open Atlantic.

Timber Hill is three-quarters of a mile walking distance (a mile and a quarter by road) from Broad Haven, and six miles from Haverfordwest. The nearest beaches are at Druidstone, a mile away by road, at Broad Haven and at Little Haven.

It is one of the few groups of leisure homes allowed by the County Council in this part of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Timber Hill farm is around 90 acres in size, and the 38 cedarwood lodges are on a southward facing slope, overlooking a valley. The area is landscaped, with grass, flowers and shrubs. Cars may be parked within a few yards of each lodge.

The lodges are well spaced, and there is a good amount of room for children to play, away from the road or down by the stream. There is a small 'help-yourself' shop selling milk and eggs, and a coin-operated washing machine and drier at the farm, but no other communal facilities.

No 33 is let from Saturday to Saturday, except for the week that includes Easter, when the booking is for eight days, to include the whole Easter weekend. To allow for cleaning we ask you to leave before 10.30 on the Saturday morning, and to arrive after 2 pm.

For more details and to check latest availability, phone Lauris Ashton on 0208 398 6349 or email lejash@aol.com

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