Foxdale Guest House
An introduction to Foxdale Guest House
Spectacular scenery, varied landscapes, excellent walking and bird watching, peace and tranquility all found in the Marloes peninsular. Foxdale Guest House is a large, detached fully licensed guest house on the fringe of Marloes village overlooking the surrounding countryside in the heart of Pembrokeshire National Park.
Foxdale Guest House is a large, detached fully licensed Guest house with ample off road private parking.
It is on the fringe of Marloes village overlooking the surrounding countryside in the heart of Pembrokeshire National Park.
Run as a guest house for the past 20 years. Now under new management since February 2006 of William & Heather Morse. Graded as a four star guest house by the Welsh Tourist Board. A warm and friendly welcome is extended to all of our guests.
Our bedrooms are either en-suite or with private facilities and all have hospitality trays and colour televisions. You can choose your own breakfast daily from our very extensive menu which caters for all tastes and appetites. We are also happy to make up packed lunches for our energetic guests off to the islands or walking the cliff path all day. Friendliness, cleanliness and comfort are our main aims in making your stay as pleasurable as possible.
Early booking is always advisable.
Foxdale is a small, friendly, well kept, quiet campsite where we are proud to be graded four ticks by the British Graded Holiday Parks Association.
Our Facilities include, Toilets, Showers, Wash Areas, Bidet, Sinks, Plenty of hot water, Washing up area, Fridge Freezer, Washing Machine & Tumble Drier
All of our cold taps, including the stand pipe on the edge of the field are drinking water.
We have a campers breakfast bar where you can get anything from jam on toast to a full English (Welsh) breakfast, ideal for those who like their breakfast cooked for them at a reasonable price.
Double Room En-Suite: £30.00 pp pn *
(*Single person supplement £20.00.)
Twin Room : £30.00 pp pn *
(*Single person supplement £20.00.)
Prices include full breakfast.
12 years & over: £4.75 pn
Under 12 years: £2.50 pn
(to include hotwater and showers)
Payment by cash or cheque only
Spectacular scenery, varied landscapes, excellent walking and bird watching, peace and tranquility all found in the Marloes peninsular
The village of Marloes, with approximately 250 inhabitants is situated within the Pembrokeshire coast National Park (the only coastal National Park in the United Kingdom). It is ideally located for all sorts of leisure activities including: Walking, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, diving and bird-watching.
For divers the area is also a marine reserve and for the bird watcher a highly acclaimed area by many well known 'twitchers'. If none of this suits, you can relax in one of the numerous coves and beaches close by. Marloes sands are recognised as one of the finest and cleanest beaches in the country.
The village of Dale, known nationally for it's sailing and windsurfing is two miles away. Served by it's pub and restaurants overlooking the picturesque harbour.
Marloes is also the last stop before Martins Haven where you can catch the 'Dale Princess' sailing daily to the bird islands of Skomer and Skokholm. A short boat trip finds you on Skomer Island, home to one of the biggest breeding colonies of Puffins in the U.K. and in the early Spring and Summer a must for lovers of wild flowers. The whole island becomes a carpet and the hue of the bluebells can be seen from the mainland.
Spring comes early in Pembrokeshire, well under way in March and often starting in February. The Cliff path is a rolling mass of color for mile after mile, the flowers arrive much earlier than inland. Take time to watch the gannets diving for their food from incredible heights, see the seal pups newly born (mid-September onwards) and just take in the total un-spoilt beauty of it all.
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