After the perfect school trip? Look no further!
Newgale Lodge provides the perfect coastal accommodation for schools and youth organisations. We offer exclusive use of our site, fully catered at an affordable price with the option to add lots of exciting adventures to get the most out of your stay!
Inside Our Lodges
Sleeps up to 22 guests in five modern bunkhouse style en-suite rooms.
• One twin room & four bunkhouse bedrooms sleeping 4-6 guests per room.
• Large upstairs dining space as well as a smaller seating and socialising area downstairs.
We brought a school party of 37 and were greeted with smiles. Nothing was ever too much of a problem.
The catering ran so smoothly, it was unbelievable.
The grounds were large and the remoteness allowed the pupils and teachers alike to wind down playing cricket or football without fear of making too much noise.Worcester School, 2018
Sleeps up to 16 guests in three bunkhouse style ensuite bedrooms.
• Each bedroom sleeps between 4 and 6 guests.
• Ramsey Lodge has additional room for dining and socialising.
We have stayed at Newgale Lodge for our annual Leavers’ Week for many years and can thoroughly recommend it. The rooms are well maintained and there is masses of space outside for the children to use for playing cricket, football, etc.
The standard of service is high and nothing is ever too much trouble. It makes a big difference to return to the comforts of Newgale Lodge having been getting wet and cold in a wetsuit all day on our activities. We are looking forward to the opening of the new dining room next year which will be a great facility.Northants School, 2018
Our superior guest house, sleeping up to 6 guests in three spacious ensuite bedrooms.
• Sleeps 1-2 guests per room which can be made up as either a double or twin.
• Includes a large living room, bar and seating area as well as a spacious function room.
• Ideal base for group leaders.
Pembrokeshire is home to many castles and forts which are rich in history and very popular with schools – in particular Pembroke Castle, where Henry VII was born.
The geology of Pembrokeshire is rich and diverse, from the vertically stacked limestone and towering volcanic rock cliff faces to the wild and rugged Preseli Hills and Mountains in the north.
There is an abundance of wildlife in Pembrokeshire, most notably the wide range of bird and marine life ranging from puffins to porpoises.
St Davids is the smallest city in Wales where St David, our Patron Saint, founded his monastery, which was built in a valley to hide it from the Vikings. Another popular spot is the Nordic burial site of Pentre Ifan.
Fancy adding some adventures to your stay?
We are fortunate to work with some of the best activity providers in West Wales who have years of experience and frequently work with schools and youth groups to help them have an adventure and get the most out of their stay!