Grondre Holiday Park is an excellent destination for a family holiday, and is set in the beautiful grounds of a manor house dating from the 1700s. Grondre welcomes holidaymakers in motorhomes or with tents, and has a variety of pitches available to meet all requirements. In addition, there are a number of luxurious holiday homes that the more discerning traveller may choose to hire.
The Touring Park at Grondre comprises a secluded west facing field with striking views of the Preseli Mountains and, just next door, you will find our heated outdoor swimming pool and very own, on-site pub, named ‘The Stable Inn,’ where great food, drinks, and company abound.
Set as it is on the grounds of the old manor house, Grondre Holiday Park is well suited to families and couples who are looking to take some time out of their busy lives. Grondre, on the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border, is an ideal place from which to get to know the breath-taking scenery and friendly atmosphere of West Wales. Worthwhile places to visit nearby include Oakwood Adventure and Leisure Park, Narberth, a lively and attractive small town and Saundersfoot, a fishing village in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Pembrokeshire, in the far west with its spectacular sea shores is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain’s only coastal National Park and is ideal for spotting wildlife or walking, cycling and surfing enthusiasts. Carmarthenshire has great nature reserves with forest floors covered with bluebells in the springtime and showcases many diverse landscapes, from mountains, to rolling green hills, to the vast expanse of beach on Carmarthen Bay. Carmarthenshire has developed Food Trails, which combine interesting and historic walks with the fine food and beverages produced by local producers.
A stay at Grondre Holiday Park will create a truly memorable holiday experience.
: July in 2003
A very lively site with lots to do for both adults and kids if that's the sort of thing you are after. Huge arcade with an insatiable appetite for loose change. Nightly cabaret shows of varying quality and average bar prices.We stayed in a static but felt the need to clean it up a bit before we could relax. Staff were reluctant to address any problems i.e. cot not available although requested and missing items of bedding, but the childrens entertainment staff were excellent and very popular. A decent enough holiday but have had no inclination to return despite a constant flow of letters with unbeatable offers since.
Berwick Holiday Park, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland
This reviewer is a family with children, a holidaymaker