Tudor Glen Caravan Park is a beautiful, family run holiday park found inside the picturesque Pembrokeshire National Park. With a three-star rating and a David Bellamy Gold Award, this small campsite in Wales is the ideal setting for a family break away from it all.
The holiday park only covers six acres yet welcomes guests with tents, touring caravans and motorhomes, and rewards them with amazing views of the surrounding area.
Tudor Glen Caravan Park has a heated outdoor swimming pool, a children’s play area, plus a games room with a snooker table and much more. For guests' comfort and convenience there are heated shower blocks, an on-site shop, a chemical waste disposal point and laundry facilities, too.
Camping, motorcaravan tours and caravan holidays in Wales have long been popular and if you've pitched at Tudor Glen Caravan Park, there's plenty to discover – why not explore the Pembrokeshire National Park?
This campsite is also close to the south Wales coastline, which has long been regarded as one of the best in the world. Here you can enjoy miles upon miles of walks, as well as sandy beaches. Whether you're heading to the beach for some fun and relaxing family time, or you'd rather have a go at windsurfing, kitesurfing or jet skiing, you can try all this and more right here.
The Pembrokeshire coastline also offers plenty of opportunities for discovery, with caves and areas for fossil digging also available. Rugged, raw and picturesque, there is something for everyone in this corner of the coast.
For those not wanting to spend all their time on the beautiful beaches of the area, there are plenty of family friendly attractions to be found inland. These include the famous Dinosaur Park, while there are also other natural attractions and theme parks. Guests preferring a simple day out can explore the countryside and woodland that characterises the area, while there are many places where fishing and golf can be enjoyed.
This campsite in Wales is in the village of Jameston, where you can enjoy a meal out at the Swan Lake Inn or a day out at Manorbier Country Park. The village of Freshwater East is just a nine-minute drive, or about an hour on foot, to the west of this campsite. Visit this village to take in the striking red sandstone cliffs, to enjoy a meal at the pub and walk the coast path – from here you can head to Stackpole Quay where you'll find a lovely cafe. There's also a delightful, sandy beach here, and the dunes behind the beach at Freshwater East form The Burrows, a nature reserve.
The historic town of Pembroke is only a 15-minute drive from Tudor Glen Caravan Park, where you can visit Pembroke Castle. Tenby is also a 15- or 20-minute drive east. If you're in need of a more substantial settlement, Llanelli is about a 70-minute drive away, or head to Carmarthen which is just over 40 minutes way from this campsite by car.
There are many campsites in Wales, but Tudor Glen Caravan Park's special location on the Pembrokeshire coast makes it a lovely place to pitch on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays.
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Based on 5 review(s)
Wales 14 Aug 2011
My family have been returning to Tudor glen for many years, it's a lovely family run site in beautiful well kept grounds.Caravans and motorhomes have good size plots of level shingle hard standing and grass so there is plenty of space to relax. Tents have there own grass area. The toilets/showers, washing up and laundry areas are kept clean and serviced regularly. Staff are very helpful and willing if you need advice on camping or local area. The site is an excellent base for exploring Pembrokeshire or just relax.
Wales 09 Aug 2011
Tudor Glen is a family run camping and caravan site. All staff are extremely friendly, helpful and approachable. Staff will do their very best to ensure your holiday is what you have waited all year long for! The swimming pool, children's park and pitches are a lovely size. The hard standings are practical, but you still have grass to sunbathe on!
west midlands 08 Aug 2011
A fantastic site for families; a great, safe place for children to play, with a choice of a field for football, cricket etc and a seperate play area, both away from tents, caravans( so no annoying footballs landing on tent!) and most importantly cars . It is also really quiet at night. The facilities were good and clean and the water was hot! The swimming pool is a real bonus. There is a shop which has a freezer for freezer packs ( small charge) a laundry room and an indoor play area with pool table and other games. The owners are really welcoming and helpful. Our tent and extension fitted perfectly, (although one or two pitches were slightly smaller than the one we were on). The Location of the site is perfect for both tenby and Pembroke. Couldn't recommend this site more!! we and especially our children had a great 2 weeks!!
SOUTH GLAMORGAN 11 Sep 2006
This is a small family run site and as it provides just what we need for a relaxing, stress free family holiday we have returned many years. The Reception/Shop is stocked with basic groceries and camping necessities including replacement gas and staff have always been approachable to answer enquires and give help (including advice on how to change gas bottles over and reverse caravan into space!). The Park is well maintained - bins emptied regularly (not left to overflow), ample service points and the shower/toilet facilities always clean. There is an extremely clean heated outdoor pool (adult supervision required), a large playing field for the children and a small area with play apparatus for younger children. Next to the Reception there is also a pool room and snooker room. All this keeps my two very happy. There is no clubhouse but for us this is a HUGE plus - no noisy returns to tents/vans late at night. There are some very nice hostelries in the near locality - walking distance if you need! I felt very happy to let our children (8 and 10) to have freedom to play on this site without our constant supervision. The Pembrokeshire coastline is stunning and this site is ideally situated to visit some of the best of it.
Monmouthshire 13 Aug 2006
Plenty of service points/water/waste/refuse. Toilets & showers very clean.The outdoor pool was fine. Slightly tired look and feel to the buildings and grounds. Not the worst site by any means but not the most user friendly either. Just left us with a bit of a 'low' feeling. There was more emphasis on what was NOT allowed than anyone bothering to make our stay happy or enjoyable. Vans packed in quite tightly compared to a lot of other sites at this price per pitch. Reception/Office not fully manned and long walks to go and find someone. With the choice of lots of other sites in that area I think I would look around before booking there again.