Heron (2 at Lodge on a Lake)
- Your own private hot tub
- Comfortable pull-down double bed that converts to a sofa during the day
- Fully-fitted kitchen with everything you need to cook a meal
The Owner Says
- Pull down double bed/sofa
- Towel Radiator
- Gas hob
- Storage space
- ALL bed linen & Towels
- Tea & Coffee making facilities
- Super fast fibre Wifi
- Panoramic views
- Hot tub
- Rattan garden furniture
- Table and chairs
- BBQ area
- Private parking
About Lodge on a Lake
Cabin stays only. No tents, campervans, caravans or dogs permitted.
If you visit the Moody Sow Farm Shop (01633 680034; see Food & Drink) you might as well explore the Cefn Mably Farm Park (01633 680312) while you’re there – the popular farm has plenty of animals to see. Golfers will love the Cardiff Golf Centre (029 2036 1122), 2 miles away, though The Celtic Manor course (01633 413000; 15-minute drive) is the most famous location nearby. It’s having the city on the doorstep, though, that makes Cefn Mably Lakes such a joy. For those coming out of town, the Lakes is an excellent country spot to kick back and retreat, while those heading into the city will find they’re just 15 minutes from the centre of the action, plus Cardiff Bay and Caerphilly Castle (029 2088 3143) are within very easy reach.
Food & Drink
Breakfast is available from the on-site café between 8am–10am, with coffees and snacks on sale all day. It’s ½ mile to the award winning Moody Sow Farm Shop (01633 680034), which is perfect for stocking up on BBQ meat or picnic grub. There’s also a good walk (around 1 mile) to the The Cefn Maby Arms pub (01633 680347).
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Lodge on a Lake is located at Cefn Mably Lakes, Cefn Mably, Cardiff, Glamorgan CF3 6LP
Cefn Mably Lakes is 5 minutes from junction 28 of the M4. Take the exit signposted Castleton (A48) and follow this road for about 3 miles. Once into Castleton, just past The Coach & Horses pub, there is a brown tourist sign to Cefn Mably Lakes. Follow this through the lanes and it will take you right to the site.
Cardiff and Newport are the main train stations nearby. Cardiff has regular trains from across the country. Once there, catch the number 30 bus to Castleton, then either get a taxi, walk the remainder (2½ miles) or hide in the pub!