Trefach Caravan Park and Country Club7.4
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Peace, the Preseli Hills and a newly finished outdoor pool where you can watch the tiddlers splish while you bask in the sun on the courtyard terrace…yep, we think we could handle some of that on our hols. If you’re of similar bent, pitch up at family-friendly Trefach Caravan Park and Country Club minutes from the hills in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Trefach is a peaceful and secluded site in a remote location with scenic walks around the local countryside, but it’s within driving distance of loads of things to do too, like visiting the fishing villages and coastal towns of Tenby, Haverfordwest, Dinas Cross and Fishguard, tracking down some of the best views in Wales, or hitting Blue Flag beaches for watersports and lounging.
On site, there’s a launderette with commercial washer and dryer, a play area and arcade to keep the kids entertained alongside the heated pool, and a newly refurbished clubhouse serving up seasonal entertainment and meals.
As well as Tenby, Fishguard et al, there are several other towns within driving distance of Trefach Caravan Park and Country Club for festivals, farmers’ markets, activities and shopping. Pembrokeshire’s arts and crafts capital Narberth is about fifteen minutes’ drive from Trefach for antique shops and art galleries; the ruins of the Norman Narberth Castle lie just above the town. Further afield, but well worth a day trip, there’s Newport, Wales’s third biggest city, and Cardigan for the National Wool Museum, New Quay Honey Farm and taking a boat out to dolphin-spot in Cardigan Bay.
Pack a picnic for a day or two in the Preseli Hills for climbing, walking, horse-riding and views to Ireland’s Wicklow Mountains to the west and the Brecon Beacons to the east. There are archaeological highlights among the hills too, including stone circles, Iron Age forts and Neolithic burial chambers, and the same bluestones that make up part of the inner circle of Stonehenge (academic arguments still rage about whether the stones were brought 180 miles to Stonehenge from here).
There’s more walking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on the doorstep of Trefach; the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail from St Dogmaels to Amroth goes through the national park and the park authorities have put together guides on walks for all levels of fitness as well as guided walks. Too energetic? There are over a dozen Blue Flag beaches in Pembrokeshire including Saundersfoot, Newport and Poppit Sands.
For little poppets, Oakwood Theme Park is at nearby Narberth and has adrenaline and family rides as well as less hair-raising activities like go-karting and panning to find gold in them thar hills. Also within around ten miles there’s the adventure park and zoo Folly Farm at Kilgetty, voted Best Family Day Out in Wales and with Europe's biggest undercover vintage funfair.
Elsewhere around Pembrokeshire and in the national park, there are gardens, vineyards, adventure farms, castles and more to explore, with plenty of options for wet days too: try indoor racing at Pembrokeshire Raceway, slithering among the reptiles at Dragon Reptiles or jumping around the giant adventure playground at Bluestone National Park Resort.
Feeling sweet? Take a tour and have a go at making your own concoction at Pemberton’s Chocolate Farm, nearby in Llanboidy; disappointingly, the ‘chocolate cinema’ here does not mean a cinema made of chocolate, but there’s a well-stocked chocolate shop to make up.
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
Newport North, Pembrokeshire
Poppit West, Pembrokeshire
Amroth Central, Pembrokeshire
, South West Wales
- National Wool Museum (14.2 miles)
- Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (19.1 miles)
- Pembroke Castle (19.9 miles)
- Tudor Merchant's House (17.8 miles)
- Stackpole Estate (23.4 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- Brynawelon - Carn Alw - Carn Bresel - Foeldrygarn - Brynawelon (3.8 miles)
- Rosebush - Pantmaenog Forest -Golden Road - Foel Cwmcerwyn - Rosebush (4.6 miles)
- Crymych - Cilgoed Fach - Frenni Fawr Plantation - Frenni Fawr - Crymych (4.8 miles)
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Fantastic and relaxing holiday, the new owners are very welcoming. 15 Aug 2014
tesmaralda (Family with older children, 1 review)
Very good, nice site, friendly management, lovely pool. Great ! 12 Aug 2013
Oliver_S (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
On the whole we all had a good time. 5 Aug 2013
Paul_C9 (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
4 days stay 2 Jun 2013
Jordan_R (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
From the manager...
as of March 01st this year, I am the new owner of this site and found your comments disheartening. The shower/toilet block has recently had a makeover with brand new boilers and taps with timers fitted. Our cleaner visits and cleans 3 times daily and the Clubhouse and restaurant serves keenly priced beers, soft drinks, slushes etc and locally sourced affordable food. Our new kitchen can cope with most demands.
There are signposts in the hedges along the main road in both directions and the entrance way has been widened with newly refurbished signs at the start of the drive.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Seasonal pitchesMax. motorhome length: 8.0 metres
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Leisure/theme park nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
St Clears (Carmarthenshire) Coach Stop — 11.3mi
Kilgetty Coach Stop — 13.7mi
Haverfordwest Bus Station — 14.5mi
- Train stations
Clunderwen Rail Station — 6.3mi
Whitland Rail Station — 8.4mi
Narberth Rail Station — 9.0mi
- Ferry ports
Fishguard Ferry Terminal — 13.8mi
Tenby Ferry Landing — 17.6mi
Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal — 19.5mi
- Swansea Airport — 35.1mi
From Carmarthen by car
Follow the A40 from Carmarthen through St Clears and Whitland, towards Narbeth. Just before Narbeth at the traffic island turn right onto A478.
Follow the A478 through Llandissilio and continue into a small hamlet called Glandy Cross. At Glandy Cross, take the left turning at signposted Mynachlog-Ddu. Trefach is approx four miles along this road.