Lydstep Haven Beach Village is an award winning site with its own private beach. It is tranquil, safe and friendly and nestles in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
Our holiday home is a double glazed fully centrally heated Willerby Winchester 9 berth plus cot. It is 38ft x12ft. It has decking (with disabled ramp) and a large grassed area with patio table, chairs and sun umbrella. It is in a lovely quiet part of the park and has ample parking for several cars. Second adjacent 8 berth caravan available for larger family groups on certain dates - enquire for further details.
There are three bedrooms - a double master bedroom, a twin and a three bedded (one of them a child's bed). The lounge area also has a double 'pullout ' bed.
The caravan has gas central heating in all rooms.
There are two wcs, (ideal for families) - one in the shower room, which has a full sized sink and one next door which has a vanity hand basin.
The kitchen area has a washing machine/dryer, full size fridge freezer, microwave, four ring gas hob and full sized oven. There is a coffee maker, toaster, sandwich toaster etc.
The spacious lounge has a contemporary three piece suite, coffee table, 32" flat screen TV with freeview, DVD player, CD player. The dining room has a dining table and chairs.
The main hub of the park is the 200 year old Mansion which houses a hairdresser, restaurant and cafe bar and amusement centre (including pool and darts). Access to wifi is available. There is a heated indoor swimming pool.
A park ranger is available to keep children busy with nature activities. In the evening younger children are entertained in the clubhouse. There are well equipped play areas a short walk Please note that although most activities are free some need passes which can be purchased in reception or pre-booked (cheaper if pre-booked). There are woodland walks abundant with wild flowers to stroll through.
Next to the reception is a 'Spar' shop, bakery and launderette. (A couple of hundred yards further along is the private beach, with water sports available, (jet-skis, banana boats kayaking and boat trips).
There are breathtaking clifftop views from the coastal path to Tenby, Saundersfoot and Caldey Island. Caldey is inhabited by Cistercian Monks who make chocolates and perfume to sell to visitors.
There are trips to Caldey from Tenby every day (except Sundays). Tenby is a Medieval walled town. Many castles, beaches and seaside attractions are within easy reach. Oakwood and Heatherton theme parks, Folly Farm and the Welsh Zoo (featured on TV) are all just a short drive away.
518 Haven Close
Static Caravan at:
Pembrokeshire SA70 7SB