Whitesands Bay is an EEC award-winning, Blue Flag standard, wide sandy beach situated on the St David's Peninsula in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,
Newgale beach. Enormous! is the only way to describe this beach; it's almost 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a BIG storm in 1859.
Traeth Llyfn is a secluded bay on Pembrokeshire's rocky north-west coast. The beach is mostly sand and some pebbles and backed by cliffs of slate and shales. This beach is dog friendly all year round and is around a 20 minute walk from the lodge along the coastal path.
The Blue Lagoon is a reminder of Pembrokeshire’s industrial past, being the site of a former slate quarry. The lagoon was created when the outer wall was breached just over a century ago.
Nowadays, the site is extremely popular with adventure groups who use the site’s surviving platforms to jump into the deep water below.
The water has a very distinctive blue-green colour, which is caused by the build-up of minerals in the lagoon.