If you like to be close to the heart of Pembrokeshire life but away from the main tourist spots, Noble Court Holiday Park is the place for you. This is one of Pembrokeshire’s favourite holiday destinations, combining peace and quiet with easy access to a host of attractions and facilities for day trips and nights out.
Although surrounded by lovely countryside so typical of inland Pembrokeshire, the park is less than half a mile from the A40 and just a short walk from the old market town of Narberth with its boutiques, galleries, great restaurants and fine selection of specialist shops. And, if you are looking for entertainment, the town’s Queens Hall regularly hosts quality events from concerts to fashion shows.
At Noble Court, the great facilities – and choice – are yours!
- 40 acres of countryside
- Celtic Bar - opening times vary; please check when booking
- Outdoor swimming pool and splash pool (open Whitsun to end of August)
- Two adventure playgrounds
- Well-stocked coarse fishing lake (licence/permit required)
- Football pitch
- Games room and amusement arcade
- Free hot water showers, toilets, washing-up area and water points
Voted for in the Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks in the Uk, for 2005.
Outdoor heated Splash & Swimming Pools open from 28th May to 31st August 10am to 5pm (subject to change), Course Fishing Lake, (bring Fishing Licence) permits free of charge for guests.
Prices based on 2 adults.
Dogs are permitted on the park for an additional fee
The Celtic Bar offers a cosy pub like atmosphere, main bar area has spacious comfortable seating. The main bar area opens onto the sun terrace. A arcade is located next to the bar. The Celtic Bar is open from 8th April to 2nd September. Open weekends and Bank Holidays only until 25th May then Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening until 30th June then every night until 2nd September and weekends only until 30th September. The bar is open from 5 pm in the evenings.
Oakwood and Folly Farm are approximately 3 - 4 miles, beaches 6 miles. Good central location for all the major attractions of Pembrokeshire
Bluestone and Blue Lagoon
Manor House - Anna Ryder Richardson
Makin' Tracks Tenby
Ritec Valley Quad Bikes
Clerkenhill Adventure Farm
Fishing Lake on site.
Practical Caravan Great Escapes
This facility-rich, hillside site is divided into five areas on different levels. There is plenty of space between the flat, terraced pitches. Most of them offer good views of the valley and the wooded hills, and many are separated by Leylandii hedging for added privacy.
Anglers can make use of a well-stocked lake a short walk from the main pitches. The bustling town of Narberth with its array of shops, restaurants and galleries, is a five-minute walk from the site.20 May 2006
Practical Caravan Top Sites for Islands June 200
The tourist-site road signs point clearly towards Noble Court from the main roads, but it’s hard to spot the entrance until you’re level with it. Still it’s wide, and there’s plenty of room to park at reception.
Most of the pitches are level and have good views. All of them, whether grass or hardstanding, have waste-water outlets, hook-ups and water. The main toilet building is kept exceptionally clean. Two of the five fields have spacious gravel hardstandings, many with fresh-water taps.
Noble Court is a convenient base for exploring Pembrokeshire and the busy town of Narberth. It is popular among families with active children – all the more reason to book well in advance.21 Jun 2005
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Awards 2005
The brown tourist-site road signs point clearly towards Noble Court from the main roads, but its hard to spot the entrance until you’re actually level with it. But it is wide, and there’s plenty of room to park at reception.
With four stars awarded to it by the Wales Tourist Board, Noble Court is large, attractive and spread over five distinct areas at different levels, providing most of the pitches with good views. The first area has a bar, games room, swimming and paddling pools, and a playground.
All grass pitches have waste water outlets, hook-ups and water, but the charge for them is just the same as it is for the hardstanding pitches.
The toilet and shower areas in the main toilet building are kept exceptionally clean. Two of the five fields have spacious gravel hardstandings, many with fresh-water taps, but waste water and chemical toilets must be emptied at the toilet block.
Nearly all pitches are flat, since the site has been well terraced. There are plenty of trees around each field and there are screens between most pitches.
Noble Court Holiday Park is a convenient base from which to explore Pembrokeshire, and it’s also very well placed for the bustling town of Narbeth, which is filled with shops, galleries and restaurants.
There are very good recreation facilities and a well stocked fishing lake away from the main pitches. This site is ideal for families with active children, so it can get very busy in peak season – all the more reason to make sure you book well in advance.21 Apr 2005