Self catering accommodation
On the ground floor Cennen Lodge has a lovely oak, country-style kitchen and dining area. There is a Rangemaster double cooker with gas oven, electric oven and 5 ring gas hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, a large American style fridge/freezer, coffee percolator and large toaster. The dining table seats 8 and there is a wall-mounted flat screen TV. The sitting room has French doors that lead out to the patio and large garden. The room is furnished with 3 comfortable sofas, one of which turns into a double bed, a large TV with Freeview and DVD player. There is also a downstairs cloakroom with handbasin and toilet.
- Bedroom 1: master bedroom with king-size bed and lovely views of Cennen Castle. The ensuite has a shower, handbasin and toilet.
- Bedroom 2: twin bedroom
- Bedroom 3: a double room which also benefits from castle views.
- Bedroom 4: twin bedroom
The family bathroom is spacious with a luxurious corner Jacuzzi bath, separate shower, handbasin and toilet.
Bedlinen and towels provided.
Electricity and underfloor heating.
Large garden with furniture and BBQ.
Well behaved dogs welcome - to be kept downstairs.
Highchair and cot available upon request.
Variable mobile phone reception.
A new cottage in a lovely setting
Cennen Lodge is a rare combination of a new build property located in the heart of an old village complete with a welcoming pub and castle views. The cottage itself is ideal for the larger party. Sleeping 8 in 4 generous bedrooms Cennen Lodge benefits from the extra reception space that makes life easier for a larger group. The lovely kitchen diner has a wall-mounted flat screen TV and the comfortable sitting room also offers a large television whilst the games room provides yet another option for relaxing. With two luxury bathrooms, one with a Jacuzzi bath, as well as a downstairs cloakroom, Cennen Lodge can comfortably accommodate a large family.
Carreg Cennen Castle
A romantic ruin perched atop a 100m-high cliff; Cennen Castle boasts one of the most spectacular castle locations in Europe. The fortress dates back at least as far as the 13th century but there is evidence that the Romans and prehistoric peoples occupied this site centuries earlier. With a dramatic trek through a passageway cut into the cliff-face that leads to a natural cave beneath the fortifications, a visit to Castell Cennen is a true adventure for children and adults alike.
Enjoy your own games room
Lose the children (and possibly some of the adults) in the games room that adjoins Cennen Lodge. With pool, darts and air hockey there is plenty to entertain the party on a wet day. Adjoining cloakroom making this is a very useful space, particularly for larger parties.
A great local pub on your doorstep
The Cennen Arms is located within walking distance. It serves wonderful home cooked meals using locally sourced produce and is the heart of the small village of Trapp. The owners of Cennen Lodge also own and run the pub and are happy to share ideas for activities and days out in the area. Spend the evening propping up the bar, gossiping with the locals or enjoy castle views from the beer garden in summer.