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Noble Court is the perfect location to base yourself to relax and explore Pembrokeshire. We're a family-owned park set in 40 acres of Pembrokeshire countryside with fantastic views, a convenient third of a mile from the A40 and just a short stroll from the centre of the gorgeous town of Narberth. You're never far from popular holiday destinations should you want to explore farms, theme parks and castles, and there are opportunities to go karting and quad biking nearby too so youngsters, and those who fancy themselves as young at heart, can try a bit of (safe and appealing) thrill seeking.
The camping field is set within a wildflower meadow with areas cut to provide clear areas to pitch your tent (unique, we think) and is ideal for those after a quiet break. The site has free hot showers, washing-up areas and water points available for guests to have an easy and carefree getaway. Noble Court also has a choice of hardstanding or grass pitches for tourers and motorhomes.
Noble Court has acres of lovely walks to soak up the countryside, wildflowers in abundance and loads of wildlife to spot, a great way to let the children burn up some energy or simply to take the dog for a stroll (dogs are required to be kept on leads at all times on site).
Noble Court doesn't have a shop, but Narberth is half a mile away and has plenty of shops for all you need, including lovely local produce. The bar at Noble Court has been refurbished recently and is a lovely place to relax and enjoy a drink with old friends and new; children are welcome also. On the colder evenings come and enjoy a drink by the open fire. Please note that opening times vary and we don’t offer food or entertainment.
The park has an outdoor swimming pool which is free of charge open from Whitsun until the end of August (children under 16 do require supervision in this area). We also have two playgrounds, ping pong, a pool table and a games arcade.
Fishing is available free of charge, please bring your own fishing equipment and a licence. The lake is stocked with coy, carp, tench and roach.
We think that Noble Court really is the perfect place to relax and explore: come and try it for yourself!
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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
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
- Coach stations
Kilgetty Coach Stop — 5.3 miles
5.3 miles Tenby: Upper Park Rd Coach Stop — 9.5 miles
9.5 miles Haverfordwest Bus Station — 9.7 miles
- Train stations
Narberth Rail Station — 0.8 miles
0.8 miles Clunderwen Rail Station — 2.3 miles
2.3 miles Kilgetty Rail Station — 5.3 miles
- Ferry ports
Tenby Ferry Landing — 9.5 miles
9.5 miles Caldey Island Ferry Landing — 11.7 miles
11.7 miles Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal — 11.9 miles
Swansea Airport — 32.2 miles
Westbound from the M4:
At the end of the M4, follow the A48 for Carmarthen. In Carmarthen, follow the A40 to the first roundabout after Llanddewi Velfrey and take the second exit signed A40.
Take the first turning on your left signed B4313 Narberth and Noble Court. The park is situated a third of a mile from the junction on the left-hand side.
Pitching up in inland Pembrokeshire, you’d expect nothing less than countryside to make a city dweller swoon. Noble Park is in the thick of it, but aside from just standing back and taking in the scenery, embark on a few jaunts to really soak up the atmosphere (and maybe the odd ale) of the place too.
Experiencing Wales doesn't come much more authentic than strolling into small and lively Narberth. Just a short walk from the park, the friendly little town is lined with attractive cottages and shops and has plenty to offer visitors for a day or evening out. Mooch around the stylish boutiques and antique shops; take home treats from The Welsh Farmhouse Company, then stop in at one of the town’s pubs or cafés. Make your own trip memento while you sip a cuppa at The Creative Café - where you can decorate your own pottery while you tuck into a snack. Just don’t get the two mixed up, otherwise your lemon drizzle may not taste as you’d hope.
Scenic walks, horse riding and outdoor activities are also available about the town as is the chance to explore the remains of Narberth Castle which dates back to 1116. Still seeking entertainment? Check out the events going on at the town’s Queens Hall. Sampling some of the best local beers in the town’s unique and quirky pubs, all within walking distance from the campsite, is great fun too.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a short drive away. The 240 square miles here capture where ocean meets land: take to the waves on your surfboard, don your walking boots for hiking or hop on a bike and follow the cycle routes. The National Park’s natural habitats and farmland make it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts with lots of rare species of flora and fauna to spy, while sandy beaches and rocky coves reaffirm the beauty of the Welsh coast. Just offshore lie Pembrokeshire’s unique islands, each with their own special characteristics. Now if these don’t get the children’s imaginations running wild as they whip up tales Enid Blyton herself would be proud of, we don't know what will.
Historians, gather round! Prepare to be fascinated by the prehistoric tombs, Celtic crosses, Iron Age hill forts, Norman castles, medieval churches and Victorian towns and villages surrounding Noble Park.
Educate and entertain the children at Folly Farm, just ten minutes south of the park. This adventure park has a zoo and a vintage funfair to busy youngsters all day long. Carry on southward and animal lovers will find Manor House Wildlife Park and slightly further still you’ll get to Heatherton Activity Park. Paintballing, archery, tree-top climbing, go-karting, golf… you name it, we’re pretty sure this leisure park offers it. While you’re Tenby-way, make a trip to Makin’ Tracks for the chance to hop aboard tanks, Segway’s and quads: if it’s got wheels and picks up a bit of speed, you’re likely to be able to ride it here.
Hop on to the A40, just a third of a mile from Noble Court, and you’ll gain easy access to all the area’s main attractions to the west and south-west. Oakwood Theme Park and Clerkenhill Adventure Farm are both around a ten-minute car journey away from the park. Grab your cossie and hit Pembrokeshire’s all-year-round water park Bluestone and Blue Lagoon which is less than ten minutes west on the A40: the flumes, inflatables and wave machines will mean coaxing the children out may be tricky, but the evening opening times mean you won’t need to rush them away.
Just half an hour south-west lies Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII. Informative and entertaining for visitors young and old, this is ‘hands-on’ history. Explore the labyrinth of passageways, look out over the river estuary from the tower and head up 75ft to the (exceptionally) Great Keep; pack a picnic and sit in the green grounds or take to Wogan Cavern for lunch in the castle’s stylish café.
- Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (11.4 miles)
- Pembroke Castle (11.8 miles)
- Pembrey Country Park (20.5 miles)
- Tudor Merchant's House (9.6 miles)
- Stackpole Estate (15.1 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.