Redlands is a popular, family park with spacious pitches and sea views. Set in the National Park and only 1.5 miles from the coastal village of Little Haven.
This park is open from March to December and welcomes guests with Touring Caravans, Motorhomes and Tents. Graded 4 stars from Visit Wales, this park offers well kept facilities, free showers, aswell as a small shop, laundry and a wi fi hotspot. Prices from £15.30. Special Offers available.
This Pembrokeshire campsite has 16 tarmac pitches each with an adjacent grassy area, 16 gravel all weather pitches and a large number of grass pitches. These all benefit from electric hook-ups. Seasonal pitches are also available at the site.
The camping area offers large pitches to guests with tents, and electric hook-up is also available with these. XXL pitches offer extremely spacious surroundings for those with very big tents or for those who wish to have more personal space.
Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park is ideal for families and couples, ensuring a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere for all guests during their stay. This is a dog friendly campsite with a small Dogwalk Area.
On-site facilities include free hot showers and a heated toilet block, a laundrette and washing up area, recycling points, chemical waste disposal points and Calor Gas exchanges. There is a small dog walking area for guests that are planning to take pets along to Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park. The small on-site shop is open during the busier period of the open season and is perfect for stocking up on groceries and some other holiday essentials.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of the most beautiful regions in the United Kingdom, and is renowned for its rugged and unspoiled landscape. The South Wales Coastal Path offers miles of walking and cycling routes for guests looking to explore the region. There are several excellent beaches to be discovered nearby, too, or maybe you'd like to take to the water and enjoy some watersports.
This campsite's location on the B4327 means it is very accessible and easy to get from and to. Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park is about a 15- or 20-minute drive from Haverfordwest where you'll find shops, supermarkets, petrol stations, pubs, restaurants, cafes, bars and more, meaning you can top up your holiday supplies and enjoy a meal out with ease. While in Haverfordwest you might also like to enjoy a visit to Picton Castle Gardens & Gallery. The cathedral at nearby St Davids is also worth a trip.
If you love playing golf, there are lots of options in this area. Milford Haven Golf Club is a 10- or 15-minute drive from Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Haverfordwest Golf Club is a 20-minute drive from this site, Priskilly Forest Golf Course is less than a 40-minute drive away, Trefloyne Park Golf Club in Penally is within an hour's drive and Mayfield Golf Centre is just a 20-minute drive away.
If you visit Pembrokeshire on your camping and caravan holidays with children, one of the must-see attractions of the area is Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo. It's about a 40-minute drive from this campsite, but with a wide variety of animals and rides, there's plenty to keep the little ones busy.
So next time you're looking to spend your holidays in Wales, why not pitch at Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park, where you will receive a warm welcome.
Sorry - no open fires or vans permitted
Well maintained Toilet and Shower Block, Hardstanding and Grass Pitches. XXL Tent pitches. Motorhome disposal Facility, Individual Washrooms (heated low season), Excellent Indoor Washing-up Area, Laundry and Deep Freezers. On site shop during peak season, Dog Walk Area. Calor Gas sales. wifi hot spot. Payphone.
Less than seven miles from both Haverfordwest and Milford Haven, we are two miles from the holiday villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven, with the famous Coastal Path & many of the finest sandy beaches of West Wales within easy reach.
Oakwood Theme Park for a family fun day out. Visit the magnificent St Davids Cathedral. See puffins and seal pups on and around Skomer Island. Ferries to Ireland nearby. Ride on the beaches at Nolton Haven.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Surfing, Coasteering, Sailing, Sand Carting, Go-Karting, Canoeing, Wind Surfing, Walking, Bird Watching, Fishing, Golf, Castles, Island Trips, and much more
Marloes, Broad Haven, Dale, Druidstone, Nolton
Based on 3 review(s)
Gloucestershire 08 May 2010
We discovered Redlands when touring around Pembrokeshire in our Motorhome and will certainly be returning again later when we continue walking the Coastal Path.The park is beautifully kept and the toilets and showers are exceptionally clean.The laundry complete with free spin dryer and iron were a welcome asset.There are many hardstanding pitches with grass alongside and gravel "all weather" hardstandings, aswell as grass pitches. Tents also benefit from the lovely sea views. The location is easy to find and quite handy for visiting most areas and is close to the beaches.A good stop over if you are walking the Little Haven stretch of the Coastal Path.
Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
surrey 13 May 2009
We have spent a few holidays at this site over the years and have always enjoyed our stay. The facilities are very clean and tidy and the park is kept immaculatly by the owners. The layout is good with pitches around the edge of the fields, which we prefer, giving a nice outlook.
There are several good, sandy beaches closeby, Marloes and Newgale are our favourites. The local seaside village of Little Haven is very quaint and there are two or three pubs there so a good choice for eating out.
Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park
We would recommend this park to anyone.
lancashire 11 Aug 2008
very nice park, not enough toilets and only 3 showers for a 60 pitch site?, seem to let groups of tourers pitch close together, gets very noisy at night until late, if you want a quiet site then look elsewhere, if noise at night doesnt bother you then its a decent site,
Redlands Touing Caravan and Camping Park.
Property manager response (27 Nov 2008)
We were disheartened to read Jason's comments as we would not consider Redlands to be a noisy site - far from it. We would speak to any families that we felt were unreasonably noisy and would have been more than happy to resolve Jason's situation. had we known. To clarify further, we do not take groups in high season and all units are generously spaced on specifically marked pitches to comply with Fire & Seperation regulations. The local council stipulate the number of facilities required when issuing the necessary licence and we currently have 12 toilets, 4 urinals and 7 showers. We are a family run park and like to think that we take guest satisfaction seriously and we welcome all caravanners and campers here where I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay in beautiful Pembrokeshire. Best wishes for a happy 2009 season.
Wrexham 06 Sep 2005
From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very welcome by the owners Jenny and Trevor Flight.
During our week at Redlands we found the standard of cleanliness to be second to none in all the facilities.All hot water was free and always available on demand.
When the grass was cut it was collected so there were no cuttings being walked into the showers or into our tent/caravan.
The site was good and level with beautiful views. The perimeter pitching with plenty of space between pitches made for any airy and uncrowded feeling.
During our stay we were never short of things to do or places to go, especialy with some of the most beautiful beaches in the country on the door step.
If I have to make a criticism it would be that we could have done with more than just the one washing machine and tumble drier in the laundry as the combined proccess takes so long, if your 3rd or 4th in a queue it means hanging about or doing the washing early in the morning or late in the evening. Apart from that Redlands is one of the nicest sites we have stayed on