Win a three-night stay

by Webmaster, 18th December 2018

Enjoy a self-catering stay in Strumble Lodge, Porthgain, Pembrokeshire

This month, Welsh Coastal Life readers have the chance to win a long weekend at stylish Strumble Lodge in Porthgain, Pembrokeshire, courtesy of St Brides Bay Cottages.

Located in a small, peaceful development of similar properties, the lodge is just a short distance from the idyllic coastal hamlet of Porthgain, which has a number of great eateries, art galleries and other amenities. Superb beaches such as Abereiddy are also within walking distance, while popular visitor destinations such as St Davids and Fishguard are just seven and 11 miles away respectively.

Strumble Lodge itself is a light and airy log cabin offering a comfy home away from home, from which to explore the local area. Inside there’s a spacious lounge with Sky TV, along with patio doors out onto the deck. There’s also a dining space and well-equipped kitchen with fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The lodge can sleep up to five people in its three bedrooms, which include a double, a twin and a single.

Q: Strumble Lodge has views towards which well-known Pembrokeshire landmark?

A: Strumble Head  B: Strumble Nose  C: Strumble Armpit

To enter, email the answer along with your name, address and telephone number to: strumble@borderpublishing.com. By entering this competition, you consent to your email address being added to the walesandborders.com newsletter database, but it will NOT be passed to any third party. 

For details about Strumble Lodge, along with a range of other holiday cottages throughout Pembs, contact St Brides Bay Cottages. Tel: 01437 720027. stbridesbaycottages.com


T&Cs: One winner will receive a three-night stay (Friday, Saturday and Sunday night) at Strumble Lodge in Porthgain, Pembrokeshire. Competition closing date 1st February 2019. Prize valid until 1st May 2019 (excludes February Half Term and Easter). Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. The editor’s decision is final.


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