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About Pantglass Hall Lodges
Here you find real log cabins. Not the modernised wooden lodges – no – the old logs like your great-great grandfather would use to construct his barn. They are authentic and charming. They take you back in history and before you realise it, you find yourself admiring the genius of yesteryear carpentry. And they sit within the equally impressive Pantglass Hall Estate.
Located in the ‘Garden of Wales’ in Carmanthenshire, Pantglass Hall Lodges are a perfect base from where you can explore the quaint little market towns of South West Wales as well as its zigzagging coastline.
What To Expect
- Children’s play area
- Wi-Fi access
- Tennis courts
- Games room
- Added sleeping for two in the lounge
- Coffee shop
- Access to castles, walks, waterfalls and market towns nearby
- Modern kitchen with; dish washer, fridge and microwave
Pantglass Hall Lodges Facilities:
The Log Cabins
The lodges were constructed using the remains of the Pantglas Hall Estate. They feature modern facilities such as hot tubs, indoor pool and sauna, Freeview flat screen TVs and much more. The architectural style might be old but the facilities are modern. You will not want for anything. Make sure you bring along the people you love. You are bound to make happy memories here.
There are 2 wooden cabins at Pantglass Hall namely; Powys Lodge that can sleep up to 4 guests and Dyfed Lodge that can sleep up to 6 guests. They feature an outdoors area where the children can play.
True; you can make your own meals in the lodge’s kitchen. It might be even cheaper to do so. However, you will be letting go an opportunity of sampling delicious local produce as well as international cuisines. Sometimes it is good to let somebody else take care of you. There are a number of dining options available in the area surrounding Pantglass Hall Lodges. Below are the 2 must visit places;
- Farmers’ Markets in Haverfordwest and Fishguard about 9.7 miles away – Have you ever sampled the legendary Welsh cakes? What about the laver bread? Visit this market and you will have a chance to sample some local produce and other delicacies from the Welsh people.
- Cwm Deri Vineyard and Estate in Narberth about 5.6 miles away – The tasty Welsh wine served here will wet your appetite for fine wine. The vineyard engages its guests with wine tasting.You will also get a tour of the scenic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park after which you can have a hearty meal at the vineyard’s own restaurant.
Local Attractions (All the attractions are within a 20-mile radius from Pantglass Hall)
Your break will never be complete without having explored all that the area surrounding Pantglass has to offer. You need to take pictures, go out in the woods on a bike, picnic in beautiful gardens and explore idyllic villages and towns. All this is possible. Take a look at the different categories of attractions listed below;
- Historical Attractions – Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, Llansteffan Castle, Bishops Palace, and St Governs Chapel.
- Sporting Facilities – Dunes Riding Centre in Narberth, Blue Lagoon in Canaston Wood, and Carmarthen Leisure Centre in Carmarthen.
- Where to Go for a Great Day Out – Heatherton World of Activities, Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, Folly Farm, Dinosaur Experience, Silent World Aquarium and Oakwood Theme Park.
- Beautiful Gardens to Explore – Colby Woodland Garden in Pembrokeshire and Begelly Countryside Gardens & Monkey Sanctuary in Begelly.
- Nearby Beaches – Barafundle Bay, Pendine Sands, Wisemans Bridge, West Angle Bay, Llanstephan, Aber Mawr Bay, Freshwater West, and Abercastle Beach.
- Great Locations for Cycling and Walking – Llys Y Fran, Minwear/sister’s house, Brunel Cycle Route, The Last Invasion Trail, and Happy Valley Walking.
- Nearby Nature Preserves – Bosherston Lily Ponds in Bosherston and Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran.
- Other Attractions – Newcastle Emlyn, the idyllic Tenby Town, the Maenclochog and Rosebush villages, the little town of Saundersfoot, the quaint fishing village of Little Haven, Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan.