A rare opportunity to develop a holiday lodge park in one of Wales’ leading tourist locations, on the outskirts of Tenby and just outside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, has been brought to the market.

Planning permission has been granted for 45 high quality self-catering lodges on the site on the northern edge of the coastal village of Penally, which is being marketed by Colliers International with a £750,000 guide price for the freehold.

The permission is for 21 three-bedroom one-and-a-half storey lodges; 18 two-bedroom single-storey lodges; and six four-bedroom one-and-a-half-storey lodges.

Ben Jones, director in the Holiday Parks team at Colliers covering the South West and Wales, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to develop a holiday lodge park on a 7.4 acre site in one of Wales’ prime tourist destinations, popular for surfing, sea fishing, horse riding and golf.

“Penally is a charming village which was awarded the Green Coast Award 2016 and the Seaside Award (Rural) 2016. The site is less than a mile away from Tenby’s renowned South Beach and just over a mile from the town centre.

“The site also benefits from being on the outskirts of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is Britain’s only Coastal National Park and famous for its impressive coastal scenery and wonderful beaches backed by cliffs and abundant with wildlife.”