Croft Park Caravan
Caravan/Mobile Home | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Croft Park Caravan is a beautiful 2 bedroom 6 birth caravan situated on a fabulous family friendly 4 star site set in 14 acres of mature wooded grounds and boasting facilities such as a new indoor hydro therapy swimming pool, football pitch, gym, games room, restaurant and bar with outside terrace and an adventure play area!!! Croft Holiday Park really is one of Pembrokeshire's best-kept secrets. Pretty and peaceful, this is is a multi award-winning park, tucked away in the countryside between Narberth and Tenby.
With great beaches, walks and family attractions all on your doorstep, there really is so much to see and do week after week.
The village of kilgetty with a supermarket, chemist, take-away and petrol station is aproximately 3.5 miles away, Saundersfoot is approximately 5 miles and the historic town of Tenby with many more family attractions and fabulous beaches, is just 7 miles from Croft Holiday Park. Having all this within such easy reach and with the additional on-site facilities (ask for more details), Croft Caravan is the ideal choice for an affordable family fun holiday.
The accommodation comprises of a large loung/dinner, a well equiped and functional kitchen, shower room with an adjoining door to the master bedroom, one large double room and a twin room.
Lounge: Large wraparound sofa/sofa bed, flat screen T.V, DVD player, radio and gas fire. Dinning area: Round table & booth style seating for 6.
Kitchen: Large modern 4 ring hob and double gas oven, fridge/small freezer compartment, microwave, toaster, kettle and well equiped cupboards.
Shower Room: Large shower cubicle, wc, sink & heater. Additional door leading to master bedroom.
Master Bedroom/Double Room: Spacious room with dressing table & ample storage space.
Twin Bedroom: twin beds, single wardrobe and overhead cupboards.
The caravan has two external doors. Outside the caravan is a locked storage unit which homes a coal BBQ, garden furniture, clothes line and some outdoor games.
Linen is provided but guests are asked to bring their own towels.
Wi-Fi available throughout the majority of the site, fee may apply.
Stricktly No Smoking
Arrival Time 4pm
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared indoor pool|
|General||TV, CD player, Games room|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1)|
|Outdoors||Shared indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Climbing frame, Swing set|
The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region
Reynalton is an unspoilt Pembrokeshire village, as pretty as a postcard and situated a few minutes drive from Narberth, Kilgetty, Saundersfoot and Tenby.
The South Pembrokeshire heritage coast reaches 40 miles from Caldey Island, near Tenby, to Angle Bay in the Milford Haven estuary. The area is also included in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Tenby can justly claim to be one of Pembrokeshire's most popular holiday resorts, but in general the coast is blessedly free of crowds, especially in May and September.
The sandy bays near Tenby quickly give way to more rugged scenery to the west. The cliffs are sheer and rugged, but provide excellent walking along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Just south of Tenby is Caldey Island, which lies one mile off Giltar Point. The island is owned and farmed by a small community of Cistercian monks, and can be visited via a 20 minute boat trip from Tenby. The monks provide guided tours of their monastery (for men only!) and there is excellent walking and great views along the coast. St. Illtyd's Chapel houses an ancient Irish ogham stone within its walls.
Back on the mainland, the village of Manorbier is the home of Manorbier Castle, the 12th century fortification that was the birthplace of Geraldus Cambrensis, medieval scholar and tutor to both Richard I and King John. The castle is open from Easter to September. Nearby are the Neolithic standing stones of King's Quoit.
For a real treat, try the steep climb down the cliffside to St Govan's Chapel near Bosherton. The chapel is an amazing medieval relic clinging to the rugged rocks halfway down the cliff. There was at one time a holy well near the chapel, but the well has since dried up. Legend has it that the chapel was founded when St. Govan hid in a rocky fissure of the cliff to escape from pirates. A further legend states that King Arthur's knight Sir Gawain lies buried beneath the stone altar of the chapel.
Bosherton, just inland from St. Govan's Head, is famous for its freshwater ponds, home to lilies which bloom in June. The ponds are man made, created in the 18th century, and the effect when the lilies are blooming is strikingly beautiful. There are woodland paths around the ponds.
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18 Aug 2013
"A hidden jem."
Croft caravan park is a quite and tranquil little wooded site hidden away. Myself, husband and 21month old loved staying here. The caravan park are building a new swimming pool, bistro and park which… More
Thank you for your review and really delighted to hear you had such a great time. The park and caravan are great and in a really good location for visiting Pembrokeshire! I look forward to hearing from you in the future. Many thanks, Kate (Holiday Connections Ltd)
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