Nolton Cross Caravan Park is situated 1.5 miles inland of Nolton Haven on the mid St Brides Bay Coast, set on level ground with panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and surrounding open countryside.
Many safe sandy beaches within a five mile radius, Newgale Sands, Nolton Haven, Druidstone Haven, Broad Haven and Little Haven.
Campsite and Caravans
Facilities for 15 touring units and tents are provided in an area to the south of the static park offering electric hook ups to all pitches. There are hot showers and dishwashing facilities.
All caravans provide accommodation for up to 6 persons with two or three bedrooms providing sleeping accommodation in 1 double bedroom, and 1 or 2 twin bedrooms and a combination of beds in the living area being a double or two singles.
Toilet and bathroom with shower, kitchen with gas cooker, microwave and fridge, spacious lounge/dining area with TV.
Fully equipped for 6 persons with crockery, cutlery, blankets, duvets and covers. Bed linen is not provided.
Children's play area with large open spaces for ball games and bicycle riding.
We have a coarse fishing lake approximately 500 metres from the main park where you can just sit and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the open country or try your hand at fishing, permits available to residents at a reduced rate.
We have two beautiful Shepherds huts that are situated to the south of the park. Both.are fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, bedding, cooker and a small fridge. There are hot showers and toilet facilites available on site within walking distance of the hut. Thrift has a kingsize bed to sleep 2 adults and a small private decking area provides beautiful views out over the surrouding countryside and sea. Heather has a double bed and a singlebed/seating area and has the added benefit of a small toilet and seperate sink.
Local Area and Attractions
Popular venues for windsurfing and surfing are Newgale, Whitesands Bay and Dale. Trips to the offshore islands are available from Martin's Haven and St Davids. There are a variety of sea life centres, farm parks, riding centres, museums, castles and theme parks evenings within easy reach.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is accessible at various points locally and provides superb scenic walking.
Spring - early Coast Path flowers in bloom; first migrant birds arrive; late spring, puffins on Skomer and Skokholm.
Summer - Coast Path flowers in full bloom in early summer; seals, porpoise and dolphins may be seen from boats, islands and headlands - and maybe even the beach.
Autumn - seal pups born; thousands of migrating birds pass over Strumble Head.
Winter - snow on the Preseli Hills and wild winter storms lashing the coast; bracing walks on coast and hills followed by cosy pub meals.
You'll never be short of entertainment for the whole family in Pembrokeshire, whatever the time of year. There's a huge range of attractions that give you the chance to have a fun day out.
Nolton Cross Caravan Park
Pembrokeshire SA62 3NP