Luxury Coastal Lodges in Pembrokeshire

Fishguard Bay Resort Pembrokeshire

Luxury holiday lodge park on the Pembrokeshire coast

Set on the western coast of Wales, Fishguard Bay Resort is one of the best holiday parks in Pembrokeshire and for very good reasons. Everything on the park oozes luxury from the state of the art lodges with their hot tubs to the manicured grounds. 

Gently situated on the most westerly coastal point in Wales, the resort offers visitors the ultimate escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to enjoy the wonderful country and coastline.

From Fishguard Bay Resort the whole of Pembrokeshire can be your playground. With some of the country's finest beaches and 186-miles coastal path on which to discover them, you're just a pebble’s throw away from from truly reconnecting with nature.


Fishguard Bay Resort is ever conscientious of the special location that it occupies on the stunning Pembrokeshire coast. This is why the focus behind the development of the resort was to ensure that it blended in effortlessly with the landscape and to preserve the local ecology for generations to come.

Holiday Home Ownership

Fishguard Bay resort offers exceptional 5* holiday homes for you to enjoy throughout the year. All the lodges have sea views and decking and offer exceptional living space for the whole family to enjoy.

Local Amenities

The local town of Dinas, just 3 miles from Newport, was once a bustling village and very popular with Sea Captains who built many of the stone houses that are still visible all over the village. These days, its much quieter but offers the visitors to Fishguard Bay resort eveything they need for their holiday. There are two pubs (The Free Masons & The Ship Aground), fish and chip shop (Moby Dicks), general stores (Kiel House), garage (closest fuel to Newport) and a tennis court. For a wider selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, Newport is just 5 minutes drive away.

Local Amenities
Pubs / bars
Coffee shops
Leisure center
Golf Course
Things to see and do

Throughout Pembrokeshire you’ll find every form of outdoor activity including adventure parks, theatres, cinemas, boat excursions, fabulous places to eat and beautiful towns and villages to explore. Wander the Preseli Hills and find the source of the famous Stonehenge bluestones, marvel at the birthplace of the first Tudor king Henry VII, Pembroke Castle, or the equally iconic cathedral at St Davids, Britain’s most compact and bijou city.

Marloes Sands

For a day out, visit Marloes Sands, 30 miles from the park. It is a remote sandy beach near the village of Marloes boasting around 2 miles of glorious sand and surrounded by cliffs. When walking along the beach, you get great views of Skokholm Island and Gateholm Island.


Fishguard Bay sits on the coast just off the A487 and just 6 miles west of Newport.

Sister Parks
Name Location Town
Maesmawr Farm Resort Montgomeryshire Caersws