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Pennsylvania Farm Caravan


Static Caravan, Haverfordwest

Sleeps 5, 2 bedrooms
£150 to £395 per week
  • Wifi
  • No smoking
  • Pets welcome
  • Child friendly

Set in its own secluded private garden, and with private access, the Status 34 static caravan has 5 berths, and has a large lounge with TV , a well equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave and gas cooker and shower and toilet.

Outside is a large private patio, large lawn garden with its own private parking area.

Bedding and linen are provided, but towels are not included. A launderette and local store are nearby.

The location

Located in the beautiful heart of Pembrokeshire, the caravan is situated at the edge of the village of Crundale, which is about 2 miles from the county town and administrative centre of Haverfordwest which has a railway station and a good local bus service to all parts of Pembrokeshire which makes it an ideal base for exploring West Wales, Britain's only Coastal National Park.

Other attractions include: 31 award-winning beaches, approx 200 miles of unspoilt coastal path, the picturesque Preseli Mountains, Oakwood, Wales' largest theme park, Heatherton outdoor pursuits centre, many historic castles and gardens, and lots more.

Travel info

Directions: Take the M4 to west Wales, then the A40 to Haverfordwest. On reaching Haverfordwest take the B4329 towards Cardigan and you will soon arrive at Crundale. Pennsylvania Farm is approx 200 metres after the Post Office and is on the left hand side of the road.


Pennsylvania Farm Caravan

Static Caravan at:

Pembrokeshire SA62 4DF

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  • D L Euros Havard-Evans
  • 2069
  • Crundale
    Pembrokeshire SA62 4DF
  • Listed since January 2003
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