On the outskirts of Newport and less than 5 minutes from junction 28 of the M4, you
will find a very warm welcome at Cwm Hedd Lakes. Cwm Hedd means ‘peaceful valley’,
and many have found the seven acre lake and lodge a haven from the hustle and bustle
of life. If you enjoy fly fishing, or are looking for a quiet place to bring your
caravan or tent, or if you just want to get out in the countryside to enjoy the scenery
and wildlife, then visit Cwm Hedd for some time out.
Fly fishing tackle is available to hire from our lodge, which is open to all during
our fishing season (October to June). Walkers trying out the Graig Diamond Jubilee
path route opened by Derek Brockway in 2013 will be pleased to know that the route
passes directly in front of the lodge, so call in for a cuppa or a bite to eat.
Walkers please note that, for health and safety reasons, the footpath does not give
access to the lake itself (which is for anglers with fly-fishing tickets only). Please
follow the designated route of the Graig Jubilee Path.
Just 10 minutes from Newport and 20 minutes from Cardiff by car, Cwm Hedd is close
to local amenities and attractions. Regular bus services are less than a mile from
the farm, while three railway stations (Rogerstone, Pye Corner and Newport) are less
than four miles away, so if you want to explore the area all you need is within easy