Willow Lodge is a wonderful lodge based on the outskirts of St Florence, near Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales. St Florence is a small village with a lot of character, and it has previously been awarded the prestigious Wales in Bloom prize. Numerous charming houses can be found in the area, including one that contains an architectural feature known as a Flemish chimney, which is believed to be the last surviving example of its sort in the area. It also features an excellent church from the 13th century.
Hosting two bedrooms: one double and one twin, sleeping a total of four people. There is also a family shower room, and an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside has an external utility, a front decking area with furniture and an enclosed gravelled garden with off-road parking. Willow Lodge is a wonderful rural base for exploring this unspoilt country area of Wales.
Nearby Tenby is only a 10 minute drive away and is undoubtedly the most famous and well-known seaside town in Wales. Rich in ancient history and enclosed by a massive mediaeval stone wall, this site is a must-see. Tenby has undergone various transformations throughout the years, yet it has remained a popular tourist destination for more than 200 years. With all of their knowledge and expertise, the people of Tenby are undoubtedly well-versed in providing an unforgettable experience to each and every guest.
While you stay at Willow Lodge Tenby you can enjoy boat tours, wildlife parks, golf, and several walks along the many lovely beaches and the famed Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. There are numerous activities such as boat trips, wildlife parks, golf, and numerous walks across the surrounding area.
When you visit Tenby, you will find yourself lost in a maze of narrow, winding alleyways. Throughout the summer months, the streets are closed to vehicular traffic during the day so that bars and restaurants can put up outside seating. There are a plethora of interesting and eccentric shops to explore.
SA70 8LP, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom