Cwm Hedd Lakes, Bassaleg, Newport
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 join us at Cwm Hedd for some time out.
With a cosy lodge with wood burning stove which is open to all during the fly fishing season (October to the end of 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.
From the M4 Junction 28 -Take the A467 signposted Brynmawr. At the next roundabout take the A468 signposted Caerphilly. Turn left at the Tredegar Arms Pub, then after approximately 300 metres take the first turning left. Cwm Hedd, which is part of Croesheoydd Farm is 3/4 mile up the lane, the second farm lane on the right.
From the Caerphilly direction -Take the A468 to Bassaleg. When you see the Ruperra pub on your right continue on for approximately 300 metres (there will be a park and allotments on your right). Take the next right at the end of the park. Cwm Hedd is 3/4 mile up the lane, the second farm lane on the right
Bear to the right when you turn into the main farm drive, then continue down the lakes drive which is parallel with the farm drive.