Herons Brook Retreat Lodges 

 Narberth, Nr Tenby  West Wales

Park Reference :  HOSWW1   Tel:  0843 289 0 365

Herons Brook Retreat Lodges

Narberth, Nr Tenby


Heron’s Brook Retreat Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, a select cluster of luxury lodges tucked away in a secluded idyll of tranquil woodland just a mile from the quaint market town of Narberth. A truly special location in Pembrokeshire’s beautiful heartland, this peaceful rural retreat offers a perfect escape from it all with an added touch of luxury at any time of year. 

Encompassed by mature gardens and boasting an 18-hole golf course, these luxurious lodges offer relaxation at completely your own pace. Unwind on the green, explore the treasure-chest of delights nearby, or simply soak up the blissful peace from the opulence of your own outdoor Heron’s Brook Retreat Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, a select cluster of luxury lodges tucked away in a secluded idyll of tranquil woodland just a mile from the quaint market town of Narberth. A truly special location in Pembrokeshire’s beautiful heartland, this peaceful rural retreat offers a perfect escape from it all with an added touch of luxury at any time of year.

Encompassed by mature gardens and boasting an 18-hole golf course, these luxurious lodges offer relaxation at completely your own pace. Unwind on the green, explore the treasure-chest of delights nearby, or simply soak up the blissful peace from the opulence of your own outdoor hot tub.

Fringed by glorious beaches and peppered with harbour towns, castles and historic houses, Pembrokeshire unites its fascinating history with a strong contemporary vibrancy, hosting something for everyone. Nearby Narberth offers street cafés, galleries and boutique shopping, while walking, reflexology, horse-riding, cycle hire, sailing and the majestic coast are all close at hand. 

Please note

All facilities available for all dates. *Charges apply.


18 hole golf course* - All facilities available for all dates.   *Charges Apply
Pamper pack for couples - Champagne, Fresh Flowers, Chocolates and use of fluffy bathrobes - £95 per pack (Must be prepaid)


Accommodation at this park includes:

A stunning collection of luxurious and modern one and two bedroom lodges set in peaceful, idyllic surroundings, perfect for romantic breaks.
Outdoor hot tub
Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
Bed Linen, duvets and towels
Verandah with Garden furniture and barbecue
Group bookings - Subject to conditions
All accommodation are NON- SMOKING
Flat screen TV with Freeview / DVD / CD
iPod docking station
Bath and/or Shower
Beds made up for your arrival
Double glazed and centrally heated

No Pets

Bay Tree Lodge (LP8241) - Sleeps 2

New in 2014. Stunning lodge, furnished to the highest standard, set in mature and beautiful gardens with fantastic views overlooking the golf course. One master double with roll top bath, walk in wardrobe and ensuite shower. Modern lounge/kitchen/dining area with vaulted ceilings with doors leading out to verandah with outdoor hot tub. 

NB: This holiday starts on Fridays 

Hornbeam Lodge (LP6272) - Sleeps 4
Stunning well equipped lodge set in mature and beautiful gardens. One double with TV and ensuite shower and one twin. Bath. Contemporary styled lounge/kitchen/dining area with doors leading to verandah with outdoor hot tub. 

NB: This holiday starts on Fridays


Midweek Saver up to 10% off

Early booking up to £30 off

Over 55s - up to  £20 off 

Twos - up to £30 off
Fortnights up to £50 off

To check availability and to book please ring us on 08448 24 84 85 or send us an Email 

In the local area...
It’s easy to make the most of a spectacularly beautiful coastline and the best beaches in the UK when you stay at our holiday parks in Pembrokeshire. Miles of award winning sands, rugged cliffs, secluded coves and great waves combine to make this stretch of coast a favourite with surfers and families alike. Add the pretty town of Tenby, one of the country’s most delightful seaside resorts, to the mix and you have the perfect holiday right here.

There are great days out within easy reach of our holiday parks. Pembrokeshire’s superb family attractions include the thrilling rides at Oakwood Theme Park, the Crystal Maze and Folly Foot Adventure Park and Zoo. Walkers will find plenty of enjoyment on the coastal path and in the Preseli Hills, while adventurous types will head to the Ritec Valley quad biking centre, and a boat trip to the tranquil, holy island of Caldy is an essential ingredient of caravan holidays in Pembrokeshire. 

You’ll be charmed by a visit to St David’s, it’s the UK’s smallest city but home to the largest cathedral in Wales, and you don’t have to be a history enthusiast to be impressed by Pembroke Castle – massive and beautifully preserved, it’s well worth exploring.  

Cwm Deri Vineyard and Estate, Narberth (4.4 miles away)
Wet your whistle with a glass of the finest Welsh wine from Cwn Deri vineyard. After a spot of wine tasting, take a stroll around the vineyard, or take in the picturesque surroundings of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There is a restaurant on-site if you get peckish and there is the opportunity to watch the wine-making progress up close. 
Farmers' Markets, Haverfordwest and Fishguard (9.2 miles away)

Browse the farmers market at Haverfordwest and Fishguard and taste some real Welsh food. You could even take some home for later - how about some delicious Welsh cakes or famous laverbread?  

Llansteffan Castle , Llansteffan (15.6 miles away)
This impressively sited castle overlooking the Tywi estuary has been in the hands of both the Normans and Welsh. Admission is free. Pass a couple of hours in the castle before visiting Llansteffan village for a coffee or a wander around the shops. 
St Governs Chapel, Bosherston (9.8 miles away)
This tiny and very primitive chapel nestles at the foot of the cliffs at Bosherston, accessible only by a narrow footpath. Built in the 13th century it is named after the saint who once lived there.
Lamphey Bishops Palace, Lamphey (9.6 miles away)
The remains of a lavish country retreat used by the bishops of St Davids, with buildings dating from the 13th to 16th centuries. Rumour has it they built the country retreat to get away from the worries of church and state and it ended up being their favourite residence. Lamphey Bishops Palace has a fascinating long history behind it which is well worth exploring. 
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, Newport (15.7 miles away)

Situated within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Castell Henylls recently shot to fame in the BBC series 'Surviving the Iron Age'. This ancient monument is one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating from around 600BC. Traditional craft making and ancient breeds of animal can also be found on site.  

Carmarthen Leisure Centre, Carmarthen (19.0 miles away)
Great if you fancy a swim or a game of squash, this leisure centre offers a wide range of activities for all ages. 
Dunes Riding Centre, Narberth (2.5 miles away)
Saddle up and get ready to explore Pembrokeshire on horse! This riding school offers lessons from a half hour to half a day. The 28 horses and ponies will be glad to give you a piggy back through the glorious countryside. Beginners and experienced welcome. 
Blue Lagoon, Canaston Wood (1.8 miles away)

New in 2008, Blue Lagoon is one of Wales' largest indoor water parks. Kids and adults will love it, it’s 'fluming fantastic'. Have some fast-paced fun on the water slides, crash amongst the waves or laze in the lazy river.  

Heatherton World of Activities, Tenby (6.9 miles away)
Heatherton World of Activities is great for big and small kids alike! Lots of indoor and outdoor attractions including golf, paintballing, indoor bowls and so much more. Admission is free – just pay for the activities you choose. Come rain or shine, Heatherton is the ideal destination for a memorable family day out! 
Silent World Aquarium, Tenby (7.9 miles away)
Prepare to be surprised, this aquarium is like no other, Silent World Aquarium is located within a 19th century chapel. It is home to all sorts of aquatic creatures as well as reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates and is one of the few indoor activities to do in Tenby but is still great observed on a sunny day. 
Folly Farm, Kilgetty (3.3 miles away)
The big indoor and outdoor family day out! Set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside, Folly Farm offers six fantastic zones to visit... the Jolly Farm, a spectacular zoo, an enormous vintage funfair, indoor and outdoor adventure play and Folly Wood Country Park. This adventure park offers great fun for all the family. 
Oakwood Theme Park, Narberth (1.8 miles away)
There's lots of fun to be had on the wacky rides at Oakwood, from 'The Bounce' (similar to a human catapult) to 'Snake river falls' (a series of fast moving water rapids). 
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, Cardigan (15.4 miles away)
A chance to see how a traditional farm was run before the introduction of tractors. Facilities include a museum, pony and wagon rides, demonstrations, bottle feeding young animals, play areas, a shop and cafe. 
Dinosaur Experience, Tenby (7.0 miles away)

Watch out for the 22 life size dinosaurs in the woods - you might get a scare. There is a mini theatre with daily programmes including puppet shows and facilities including an adventure playground, indoor activities centre, tiny tots play area, restaurant, takeaway and shop in a unique building in the form of a dinosaur.  

Colby Woodland Garden, Pembrokeshire (4.7 miles away)
Colby woodland garden belongs to the National Trust. It is home to the one of the best collections of rhododendrons and azaleas in Wales. Walk your way up and around the secluded valley on the well-maintained, wooded pathways. 
Begelly Countryside Gardens & Monkey Sanctuary, Begelly (4.0 miles away)

Set in 12 acres of countryside, lakeside and woodland walks, Begelly Countryside Gardens and Monkey Sanctuary is a haven for wildlife. Make a bee line for the oriental themed garden which will transport you away to foreign lands. While you're there, unwind in the calming atmosphere of the sparkling water garden.  

Barafundle Bay, Stakepole (12.9 miles away)
This pristine little beach is accessible only via a half mile walk over the cliffs. It has been voted many times as one of the best beaches in Britain - and even accoladed as among the world's finest.
Pendine Sands, (11.7 miles away)
7 miles of sandy beach to the left as you approach which was (and is) the scene for many land speed records. To the right, dependent on the tide, are cliffs, caves, rockpools and a stream to play in. Altogether the beach with everything.
Wisemans Bridge, (5.4 miles away)
Partly stone and sandy beaches with car access. A good pub right on the beach is good for those lazy days!
Llanstephan, (15.9 miles away)
A sandy beach at the mouth of the Towi river where it is overshaddowed by Llanstephan Castle.
Aber Mawr Bay, Fishguard (18.2 miles away)
A remote rural beach with a pebble bank, backed by earthed cliffs. Low tide exposes tree stumps buried in the sand - the remains of a forest drowned by a sudden flood 8000 years ago. The stumps have been perfectly preserved by salt. Soak up the fabulous views from the beach head overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast path. This beach is also popular for swimming, surfing and fishing.
West Angle Bay, Angle (16.0 miles away)
Dramatic cliffs and sandy shores make this beach a charming place to while away the hours with a good book. As a Site of Special Scientific Interest, it is a fascinating place to walk around and its history as a burial ground means you could discover a little bit of its past as you potter around this lovely bay.
Freshwater West, Castlemartin (14.9 miles away)
A great surfing beach all year round - but not for swimming. The isolated dunes make it a perfect hideaway. 
Abercastle, Fishguard (9.8 miles away)

Abercastle beach sits on the Pembrokeshire coast path and would make an excellent picnic stop. A picturesque cove and village with a beach of sand and shingle. 

The Last Invasion Trail, Goodwick (17.7 miles away)
The 14 mile route visits the sites of the last invasion of Britain which took place in 1797. With 3 steep hills, this cycle trail is not for the faint hearted. The leg out to Strumble Head lighthouse is well worth taking, with both the bird life and the views along the coast making it an ideal picnic spot. The cafe at Tregwynt Woollen Mill is ideally situated two thirds of the way round, just what you need for the steady ascent back up to the top of Stop and Call hill overlooking Goodwick and Fishguard Harbour.
Minwear/sister's house, Blackpool Mill (2.6 miles away)
Spend a few hours walking around the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, ideal for observing ancient trees, lush riverbanks and a wealth of different species of wildlife. You could choose to walk the entire 5.6 miles of this walk or just some of it. Look out for the ancient ruins of Selbech Church along the way. 
Brunel Cycle Route, Milford Haven (10.1 miles away)
Begin your journey at Brunel Quay in Neyland along quiet lanes, bridleways and along what was once part of the Great Western Railway. The fourteen mile route is well signed and easy to follow so you won't get lost. This route is perfect for a family as the off road sections are not difficult to ride. Along the way, make sure to take in the views from Houghton Moor. (For bike hire see website link)
Llys Y Fran, Llysyfran (5.9 miles away)
The cycle trail around Llys Y Fran reservoir is 7 1/2 miles of off-road riding that is easy to follow and very well maintained. There is a diverse range of scenery to observe as this trail takes you to the water's edge, into the woods and up and down the little wooded valleys that feed the reservoir. Bikes can be hired at the cafe at the entrance to the park, or you can bring your own bike and ride around for as long as you like.
Happy Valley Walking, Tywyn (10.2 miles away)

This is a short walk in the Snowodnia National Park, easily manageable in about a couple of hours making it suitable for families, for an evening excursion or for the remains of a day curtailed by bad weather. It is rewarding and enjoyable, in a land of Arthurian legend, providing varying interest and ever changing panoramas from coastal to more distant mountains.  

Bosherston Lily Ponds, Bosherston (14.4 miles away)

These beautiful lily ponds were formed by the Stackpole Estate in the 18th-19th centuries by blocking three local limestone valleys. They are home to otters, waterfowl and course fish, including plentiful pike and tench.  

Maenclochog and Rosebush, Maenclochog and Rosebush (8.7 miles away)
Maenclochog is a small village in Pembrokeshire’s rural heartland in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains, pronounced ‘mine-cloch-og’. To the south west of Maenclochog is Penrhos Cottage, a tiny cottage that was once home to a family of 12! This is a typical north Pembrokeshire thatched cottage that has survived almost unchanged since the 19th Century. 
Saundersfoot, (5.8 miles away)
Saundersfoot is a nice little town which offers a good alternative to Tenby during the summer. It has a sandy beach and pretty harbour and all the other amenities you would expect from the small seaside town.
Little Haven, Little Haven (15.1 miles away)
Little Haven is a quaint fishing village with a good deal of charm and character. Situated on the west coast of Pembrokeshire at the southern end of St Brides Bay, it has been designated as a conservation area.
Tenby, Tenby (8.3 miles away)

Tenby is a pretty seaside resort loved by locals and tourists alike. Beautiful sandy beaches, boat trips to Caldey Island from the picturesque harbour, individual shops, cafes, pubs and award winning restaurants, Tenby has everything required for a fun-filled family day out!