Homeleigh Country Cottages are ideally situated in the peaceful Pembrokeshire countryside within a few minutes drive to many blue flag beaches including Amroth, Saundersfoot, Tenby and many more. Travelling to the complex could not be easier. We are located in Red Roses village which is on the main A477 to Pembroke between St Clears and Saundersfoot.
Having found the perfect place in which to stay, the gateway is open to explore the accessible delights that glorious West Wales has to offer.
There is much to keep you busy with beaches, live entertainment, gardens, theme parks and more. For the more able maybe take a boat trip to one of the many islands which offer a unique experience to get close to dolphins, whales, otters and seals. Also many birds puffins, gannets, choughs and nesting seabirds chose the craggy rock faces on which to make their nests providing a spectacular delight for the twitchers. Or for wheelchair users we can arrange for sight seeing or fishing trips on an accessible boat sailing from Saundersfoot harbour.
There are now in excess of 30 accessible beaches along the Pembrokeshire coastline. All of which have toilets for the disabled. Viewing is available by very clever staging alongside the beach so that families are never far away from their wheelchair members. Picnics can be shared and children play in the rock pools all very close to hand. There are also a number of beaches where you can hire specially designed beach wheelchairs.
There are many theme parks to provide alternative enjoyment. Some of the rides are accessible with a little help from carers. These include Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Herons-Brook, Clerkenhill Adventure Farm, Manorhouse Animal Park and Zoo and not forgetting the Dinosaur Park. There are lots of animals to look at, be entertained by, cuddle and feed from field mice to zebras and giraffes. Monkeys and lions live happily in their enclosures making mischief and sleeping in between.
Do you fancy a spot of horse riding? There are many local stables offering riding for the disabled. Perhaps try your hand at sea fishing with Saundersfoot Sea Fishing. Or how about a trip on the steam train which runs from Gwili Steam Railway, Carmarthen which includes a delicious cream tea during the summer. Or be really adventurous and take a trip to the top of Snowdon.
National Wetland Centre Wales
Covering 450 acres National Wetland Centre Wales provides a haven for hundreds of special birds and wetland creatures as diverse as dragonflies, water voles and little egrets plus some of the world’s most spectacular ducks, geese, swans and flamingos. Many are so tame they feed from your hand. For twitchers make use of the hideouts for some fabulous photos to add to your collection.