My family roots are in Tenby but for many years we have lived in Bedfordshire. I dearly wanted a holiday home nearby so that our children and grand children could experience this particular part of our lovely country.
We started looking at houses, bungalows and flats all along the coast from Tenby to Amroth but nothing seemed right. We happened to drive down through Stepaside and as we drove past the Ironworks we were drawn towards the Park. As soon as we entered the Park we were hooked! It felt peaceful, well cared for, open and most welcoming and we haven't been disappointed.
It didn't take us long to decide to buy our lodge and where to position it. We didn't choose the sunniest spot but in the evenings we can sit and look out on to the floodlight walls and during the day we enjoy watching the antics of the wildlife on our feeding stations nestled in the trees beside our lodge.
The Staff at the Park are so friendly and helpful, the grounds are beautifully designed and kept to an extremely high standard. Our family don't need a clubhouse or swimming pool for entertainment and certainly over the three years we have been at Heritage Park we have found so many places to accommodate everyone’s hobbies and interests. There are so many amenities in the area for children, as well as places of historical interest and beauty spots in Pembrokeshire.
It is ideal for family holidays, in walking distance of the beach and the delights and surprises of rock pooling on Wisemans Bridge beach. It is perfect for those slightly older who enjoy walks along the coastline and keep fit cycling into Saundersfoot for shopping instead of using the car. Our children and their families can’t wait to come here in every school break whatever the time of year or weather, they feel at home and relaxed.
We have never regretted our decision to by our Lodge in Heritage Park."
From my earliest years, I have very fond memories of Tenby and Saundersfoot – the fabulous stretches of sandy beaches; the picture-postcard harbours; the quaint streets; the boat trips to the monks on Caldy Island; the walks and cycling excursions whose local and national routes converge at Wiseman’s Bridge, Not forgetting, of course, the history of the area whose remains are there for all to see at Stepaside, and in the tunnels that were cut through the rock for the Saundersfoot Railway: A veritable treasure trove.
It was this combination of natural and man-made heritage that enticed my wife and I back to the area for many years, largely staying in B&Bs. It was a chance walking excursion to Stepaside that changed all. The Heritage Park site sits on flat, wooded terrain looking down through the tree-lined valley at the beach at Wiseman’s Bridge. The park presents as a peaceful, ordered, environment – welcoming, enclosed and secure. We fell in love with it at first sight.
The lodges were a revelation – nothing like our previous mobile home, but more akin to a house, with every possible comfort imaginable. Sitting on a natural wall base, linked to the park entrance by a series of tarred roads, they were substantial buildings of obvious internal and external quality. Although you are able to design the internal layout from scratch, we were drawn to the 3-bed showhouse: The integral lounge/kitchen/diner, two bath/shower areas, three bedrooms and quality fitments, appliances and furniture won us over and after due consideration we signed a 99-year licence for year-round access.
The sales office provided a truly professional service and were attentive to our every (and many) requests.
We are delighted with the park, the management and the opportunities the purchase allows to enjoy our life to the full.