Coasty is proud to offer this once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a 6 acre (approximately) development site, with current planning for 18 luxury lodges, near Dale in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Offering potential for development as a luxury lodge village with a view to extend ( subject to further planning permissions).
A genuinely unique opportunity to acquire a perfectly located site with current full planning permission for an 18 luxury lodge holiday development. Dale Peninsula Luxury Lodge Development is set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, sitting in approximately 6 acres, including a 3.6 acre meadow, which would be a perfect location for glamping.
This development site is unique, as it will probably be the last development site situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in this particular location.
Dale is a highly sought after part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park known as the Dale Peninsula, extremely popular with holiday makers, and locals alike, particularly those seeking pursuits such as walking along the Coastal Path, and those interested in the more energetic pursuits of sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. Visitors to the area who wish to can visit the "bird islands" offshore by boarding one of the many boats running from points around the peninsula.
From 2010 to the end of 2013 the vision of a holiday complex was taken from concept to full planning permission being granted but the Pembs National Park for 18 luxury lodges, occupying a site of approx. 1.5 to 2 acres of the entire site. The local community have supported the development.
Over one acre site with full planning permission for 18 luxury lodge holiday village development
Approximately 6 acres in total
Development as luxury lodge village with view to extend (subject to further planning permissions)
Existing buildings on development site: 1 large metal panel storage barn, 2 portakabins
This luxury development is near to the ever popular seaside sailing and boating village of Dale which is approximately 3.5 miles, with the embarkation point of the island boat trips of Marloes being approximately 3.5 miles, and also Monk Haven incorporating the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path approximately 1 mile.
The following information is displayed "as the crow flies" (straight line distance). For accurate up to date information, please contact the local authority or council.