South Lodge

Traherne Farms Ltd, Coedarhydyglyn, St Nicholas, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF5 6SF

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

South Lodge is set in a lovely quiet rural setting with wonderful views in an historic park 10 minutes from the M4, 5 minutes from Tescos and Marks and Spencers, and 15 minutes from the centre of Cardiff with its many attractions. Regular public transport is nearby.

The Indian Marigold Restaurant and Bar is a 5 minute stroll and the Vale of Glamorgan's beaches, picturesque villages and historic gardens are within a short drive. Dogs are very welcome and there is excellent walking nearby.

With hardstandings, pleasant lawned areas, electrical points, and easy access, the site can be enjoyed throughout the year.

We are sorry but electric cars cannot be charged on this CL.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

0.75 acres

Lawned site

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Postcode:
CF5 6SF
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GPS:
Lat 51.46811 / Lon -3.29086
OS field ref:
ST107747
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Cardiff, Cowbridge, Bridgend
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Cardiff
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely site

This is a really nice site, great value at £13 a night. we visited for a long weekend in October, wanting somewhere close to the Arms Park for rugby on Saturday. This site really fits the bill. Just 15 mins from M4 J33, easy access, level and spacious. Brilliant. Despite what others have written, the turn in is easy ... look out for the CL sign as you hit the corner ,,, and we didn't need leveling blocks even though there is a gentle slope on the site. The pitches are big enough for an awning should you want one. The views are great, when the welsh drizzle permits! You can hear the traffic on the ring road, but its not intrusive...it'll seem worse in the summer but wouldn't stop me coming again.Everything else is just perfect. I'd recommend this site to anyone wanting to visit Cardiff and surrounding area.
Caravanner from Wiltshire

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Good CL for visiting the area

Visited in July, when it was very dry and hot, so maybe not typical for Wales! We had no trouble finding the site, the telegraph pole at the access lane from the A48 makes a good landmark, when coming off the roundabout, we kept in the outside lane and indicated our intention to turn right in good time, it is too late to move out when you pass the restaurant on the left. Pitches are very large, but we had some trouble levelling side to side as all the pitches had a lean down the hill, something to be considered if there is a choice of pitch on arrival.......choose your pitch to assist with shower drainage! Lovely views, and spacious lawned areas behind the pitches. If possible, I would advise avoiding the pitch nearest the entrance as in dry weather the tractors entering and leaving the farm throw up a big cloud of dust.......not good if you have windows open. Water, waste, toilet emptying and rubbish disposal is well laid out, though grey water goes with the black water and means you need to lift the Wastemaster a bit for emptying, so you may wish to avoid having it too full. There is very little noise from the A48, but the link road from the M4 has a very noisy surface and you will hear it in the distance if you have windows open.
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Nice site

Nice site with lovely views. Pitches good size. Some road noise and very dangerous entry to turn off from fast busy main road. Was there a week before even seeing the owner and then that was just for the money with no conversation. Not very welcoming.
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An excellent cl

An excellent cl on the outskirts of Cardiff. Easy access. All pitches were hardstanding and spacious. We had a lovely view. The owners were welcoming but not intrusive. The site was well kept and we spent 8 nights there. The only thing which would make it even better would be a toilet - that said, we would definitely return and recommend to our friends. Excellent value for money.

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convenient site for Cardiff

Stayed on this site in February for two nights to visit a Cardiff event. Excellent site with good access wide gates etc. The site is beautifully maintained with gravel pitches and well kept grass. It is north facing with great views to Cardiff in one direction and countryside in the other. Nice Beech trees to the west with lots of birds to see from your pitch. Woodpeckers etc. The site is with-in the grounds of a large house with beautiful parkland. Helpful owner visited to collect the fees. We had fantastic weather the only down side is the distant traffic noise from the bypass. There is a bus from outside the site into Cardiff. The owner told me the site was always full on rugby match days. I will certainly be back but not when Wales play rugby.

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