Peaceful retreat in beautiful countryside Open 1st March – 31st October.
STATIC PITCHES, CARAVANS FOR SALE, SEASONAL PITCHES
CARAVAN AND CAMPING PARK ~ peaceful retreat in beautiful countryside Open 1st March – 31st October.
STATIC PITCHES, CARAVANS FOR SALE, SEASONAL PITCHES, WINTER STORAGE.
TOURERS, MC, CAMPERVANS, TENTS ~ ALL WELCOME ~ Price per person per night ~ adults 7 nights for the price of 6.
A tranquil family run peaceful retreat set in five acres of rural Wales, our select park is seven miles south of Lampeter off the A482. The park is ideally placed for those seeking a quiet relaxing holiday escape with beaches at Cardigan Bay and Carmarthen Bay within easy driving distance. Summer evening skies bring amazing sunsets and after dusk the park sleeps under the stars.
Our park is an excellent location for those planning a holiday or a short break in Wales. We have large pitches for tourers and campers all with electric hook-ups. Those wishing to visit regularly during the summer may prefer to have a seasonal touring pitch or a static caravan with accommodation that is more spacious, paved patio, grass area for relaxation and car parking space alongside. A static caravan of your choice either new or pre-owned can be purchased from an extensive range offered by our approved supplier. If you already own a static caravan it may be possible to relocate to our park.
The toilet amenities have hot water to washbasins, showers and for washing-up. The laundry room has a deep Belfast sink, coin operated washing machine and tumble dryer. Other facilities include bottled gas sales, toilet tank waste/grey water disposal point, icepack freezing, hardstandings, a post box near the park entrance, tourist information and local walking routes.
The quiet country lanes are perfect for cyclists or for horse riders, with a local riding stable near the village. It is a good base for walkers, both for the serious enthusiast or those who prefer a gentle stroll. Nature lovers will notice the fresh air, with the scent of honeysuckle and wild flowers from the hedgerows. The open field views
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