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Morlogws Farm Holidays, Newcastle Emlyn, West Wales

Morlogws Farm Holidays
Morlogws Capel Iwan
Newcastle Emlyn
West Wales

SA38 9NJ | View map
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Morlogws provides a truly memorable holiday in a delightful unspoilt part of Wales. Excellent facilities an indoor heated swimming pool, spa tub, games room which houses table tennis, pool table, skittles and air hockey, large trampoline, beautiful countryside for walks, fishing on site, pony trekking can be arranged. The accommodation consists of 3 properties, Carthouse, Farmhouse and Log Cabin sleeping 6, 6 and 4.

Morlogws is convenient to the M4 trunk link and within easy reach of the sandy beaches of the Cardigan bay and the Pembrokeshire coast. The rugged beauty of the Preseli Mountains and the Pembrokeshire National Park is within easy reach as well as many other attractions.

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Nearest Train Station: Carmarthen
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Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Nearest Airport: Cardiff
Number of Units: 3
Unit Type: Farmhouse, Carthouse, Log Cabin
Price Guide: £195 - £550
Nearest Major Town: Newcastle Emlyn

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