Who likes award-winning beaches and beautiful coastal walks through Wales? We do!
That’s why we absolutely love a good holiday park in Pembrokeshire. With jaw-dropping National Parks on your doorstep, miles of golden sands, and thrilling local attractions, you and your loved ones will be wanting to come back to the west of Wales year after year.
Whether you’re dreaming of a short romantic retreat, or a bonding family getaway, you’ll never have a dull moment on a holiday in Pembrokeshire. In fact we never want you to have a dull moment full stop – that’s why we’ve done the hard work for you and brought together the best parks in this part of Wales. All you have to do is sip your cuppa as you enjoy these 5 top holiday parks in Pembrokeshire:
- Haven Lydstep Beach
- Haven Kiln Park
- Haven Penally Court
- Haven Quay West
- Parkdean Resorts Pendine Sands
1. Haven Lydstep Beach
Location: Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Best for: Direct access to a secluded Blue Flag Beach
Looking for clean waters and safe sands? You’ve come to the right place. With direct beach access to an award-winning Blue Flag Beach, this Pembrokeshire holiday park is perfect for both families and couples.
Haven’s Lydstep Beach gets rave reviews, and we put that down to the park’s intimate size and friendly park staff. This is one of the best holiday parks on the Pembrokeshire coast for adults looking for a special getaway – with sea kayaks available from the park you can paddle out with your other half before sharing a bite to eat on the terrace of The Manor House Restaurant.
There aren’t traditional kids clubs at this Pembrokeshire holiday park, but it has some of the best activities in Wales for children who love outdoor fun. The friendly park rangers will take kids on a treasure trail, or help them explore the rock pools down on the beach.
Whether you stay a whole week or a few short days in Wales, you’ll always want to come back to this popular holiday park. For even more inspiration, take a look at these 7 Great Holiday Parks in Dorset.
Facilities: We reckon you’ll want to spend a whole lot of time down on the award-winning beach, but there’s still plenty to keep you entertained up at the park. With an all-weather sports court, heated indoor pool and amusement arcade, you’ll have fun at this park in Wales whatever the weather. The site itself slopes gently down the private bay, so you can relax on the sun terrace as you appreciate the views of the sea sparkling below. Caravan holidays wouldn’t be complete without a little onsite entertainment, and you’ll love the family-friendly shows from the park’s talented performers. With accommodation like classic caravans or luxury lodges to choose from, you’ll never want to leave your home away from home.
2. Haven Kiln Park
Location: Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Best for: Walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
We don’t know if it’s possible not to be wowed by the stunning beauty of Pembrokeshire when you stay in West Wales, and this park is in the perfect location to explore all that the region has to offer.
Situated on a flat coastal plain in the middle of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, there are plenty of well-renowned walking trails for all abilities nearby, so make sure to pack your boots! The coast along this part of Wales is simply breathtaking, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to cool off in the sea along your walk. Of course the Blue Flag Tenby South Beach runs right alongside the holiday park, so you’ll be able to relax on the sands whenever you like.
Tenby itself is only a short 15 minute walk along the beach, and is full of trendy restaurants and known for its medieval town walls. If you like the sound of Tenby, why not have a glance at these holiday parks in Newquay? We think you’ll like what you see.
Facilities: With great activities and entertainment facilities, this is hands down one of the best parks in Pembrokeshire for families with young children. There’s both an indoor pool and a heated outdoor swimming pool with a SplashZone, as well as play areas, tennis courts and crazy golf. With a choice of four great food and drink venues, even the fussiest of eaters will like what’s on offer at this Pembrokeshire park. There’s a great range of accommodation to choose from – as well as caravans and lodges (the platinum lodges with decking are just a conveniently short walk to the main complex) there are 107 touring and camping pitches available at the site.
3. Haven Penally Court
Location: Tenby, Pemrokeshire
Best for: Coastal walks and visiting Caldey Island
This is the sister site to Kiln Park, and though it doesn’t have its own entertainment venues and facilities, you’re free to use Kiln Park’s whenever you please.
This means that Penally Court offers a calm and relaxing atmosphere on the coast of Pembrokeshire, perfect for adults looking to unwind and recharge on holiday. As well as stunning coastal paths near the park, Tenby is only a 15 minute walk away – and you’ll find lots of things to see and do in this popular town, including a visit to the Tudor Merchant’s House and the Museum & Art Gallery.
For a really great day out, why not take a short boat trip from Tenby Harbour to Caldey Island? Home to a community of Cicstercian monks, the island offers an idyllic escape from hectic daily life and has stunning views across the sea off Pembrokeshire. It’s dog-friendly too so even your furry family can enjoy this historic island.
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Facilities: This holiday park in Wales doesn’t have some of the usual entertainment facilities you might normally expect on a caravan holiday, which gives you a good opportunity to properly chill out. You have access to all the facilities at the sister site Kiln Park – and there are even free taxis from 5pm onwards. So should the fancy take you (or maybe the sun is being a bit shy), you can pop over to Kiln Park and make use of the indoor and outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and crazy golf. Back at Penally Court, there’s a good range of accommodation options, including cosy caravans and deluxe models. With dog-friendly accommodation, this tops the list when it comes to a holiday with your pup in Pembrokeshire.
4. Haven Quay West
Location: Ceredigion, Wales
Best for: Spotting dolphins and visiting Snowdonia National Park
We’ve taken the liberty of sneaking in a park outside of Pembrokeshire – but it’s only a smidge over the border, so we think you’ll forgive us but we really had to tell you about this awesome Cardigan Bay holiday park.
Just a little further north along the coast from Pembrokeshire, this West Wales holiday park is one of our favourites. Nestled on the clifftop, the sloping site has stunning views over New Quay harbour and Cardigan Bay. The bay has the largest population of dolphins in Europe, and you might even be able to spot them frolicking in the waters from the holiday park. To get even closer to these majestic animals, why not treat your family to a dolphin-spotting boat trip from New Quay Harbour? It’s something adults and children alike will remember forever.
It couldn’t be easier to pop down to Pembrokeshire and see all the county has to offer, or even to drive up the coast to explore the incredible Snowdonia National Park. After the end of a busy day your West Wales holiday home will be waiting for you.
Of course if you’re keen on the idea of spending time in Snowdonia, why not consider one of these 5 Fantastic Caravan Parks in North Wales?
Facilities: This family-friendly park near Pembrokeshire is really good for families with kids, and there are plenty of activities onsite to get stuck into. The woodland nature walk from the site slopes down to the long sandy beach, or you can have endless fun at one of the park’s swimming pools. There’s an indoor swimming pool with a slide, or an outdoor heated swimming pool and a great Splash Zone. With arts & crafts, crazy golf and archery coaching available to try out, the whole family will be kept entertained on your holiday in Wales. After a busy day out in Pembrokeshire, you’ll be able to retreat to the peace and quiet of your comfortable accomodation at this friendly Cardigan Bay holiday park.
5. Parkdean Resorts Pendine Sands
Location: Near Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
Best for: Visiting the south coast and Oakwood Theme Park
Here’s another little cheeky one outside of Pembrokeshire – on a holiday at Pendine Sands you’ll be in the perfect position to explore all that the south of Wales offers, and also nip over to Pembrokeshire to lounge on as many award-winning beaches as you please.
Of course there’s also a beautiful beach on the doorstep of this South Wales caravan site, and it has an award or two to its name as well. With seven miles of soft golden beach, Pendine Sands is one of the country’s top beaches, and it’s easy to see why.
In between ticking as many beaches off your list as possible, there’s plenty of great things in South Wales to see and do. From Kidwelly Castle to the famous Dylan Thomas Boathouse (with its breathtaking view over a gorgeous bay), you’ll have endless family fun. For the thrill seekers out there, we’ve got your back – swap the National Park for the theme park and visit Oakwood in Pembrokeshire this holiday for exhilarating rides and 45ft high tidal waves. You’ll always be able to have a much-needed lie down in your peaceful accommodation after…
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Facilities: This caravan park near Pembrokeshire has everything you could wish for. Have a ball at the indoor swimming pool (there’s two!) or challenge your family in the games room. With great kids clubs running up to 15 years, youngsters will love making new friends on their holidays. Whether you’re in South Wales for a short stay, or a long holiday, you’ll be cosy and comfortable in the park’s accommodation. Of course the holiday park offers a range of accommodation, and if you’re coming as part of a large group there are 3 & 4 bed caravan options that sleep up to 8 people.
Finding Your Perfect Holiday Parks
We think you’ll have a ‘Wales’ of a time (geddit?) at these great holiday parks, and love your stay in Pembrokeshire. Whether you’re making the most of all the things to see & do, or spending your holidays chilling in your cosy holiday home, you’ll be in the ideal location to enjoy life in both West and South Wales.
We know not everyone wants the same thing from their caravan holiday – that’s why we have a whole range of holiday parks on our website. Looking for accommodation with a hot tub? Why not check out these beautiful holiday parks near the Lake District. Or if camping and breathtaking walks along the coastal path are more your thing, you’ll love these 12 Amazing Holiday Parks in Cornwall.
Whether you’ve got your heart set on a holiday in Wales, Scotland, or England, we’ve got a host of outstanding holiday parks from across the UK to choose from. With parks like these, the short break or summer holiday of your dreams is only a click away.