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Cross Park Holiday Village

Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire

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Just 4 miles from Saundersfoot and less than 5 miles from Tenby. Cross Park is caravan park in Tenby, one of Pembrokeshire's premier choices for great family holidays.

Cross Park combines a relaxed rural setting and idyllic surroundings along with a convenient location and all the facilities and home comforts you could wish for. The attractive 11 acre park is beautifully landscaped and immaculately maintained. In addition to the permanent holiday homes, there are thoughtfully planned dedicated areas which welcome tourers and motor homes.

Throughout the main summer season the park's popular show bar presents great family entertainment, featuring everything from lively bingo to the to clubland cabaret acts.

Open from:
1st March to 5th January

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Laundry, Shop, Take away food, Wireless internet, Swimming pool(s), Bar

- amusement arcade
- cabaret and evening entertainment (peak season)
- reception
- pool table
- dog exercising area
- tourist information point


Accommodations:
Holiday homes (for rent), Swimming pool(s)

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Organised Entertainment, Games Room, Snooker/Pool

- Oakwood Theme Park
- Tenby
- Picton Castle
- Battlefield Live
- Folly Farm


Cross Park Holiday Village (www)

Broadmoor
Pembrokeshire, Wales
United Kingdom
SA68 0RS
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The brochure is very deceptive the swimming pool looks extremely large but can I fact only fit 20 people.The caravan was advertised as a gold and the photograph shown was nothing like the caravan we were given.It was a standard basic caravan and very small for 6 people.The noise from the traffic on the roadside is a disgrace and keeps you awake all night.The worst thing was the clubhouse which only opens at 7 in the evening and serves food from this time which is ridicous for young children to have an evening meal.Most of the caravans are private so there is a very clicky atmosphere in the clubhouse and no atmosphere.The magician was on at the same time people were eating the tables were dirty and three were not enough seats.Concerns of ours were the bolting of the very tiny arcade with a machine hanging of the wall were young children could be trapped if there was a fire.Selling Guinness as a pint when it was in a can less than a pint .No holiday fun could not wait to escape dire awful experience avoid if you can will never go near again.