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Gwaun Vale Touring Caravan Park

Fishguard, Pembrokeshire

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Set in the beautiful gwaun Valley the park has views across picturesque countryside to the Irish sea. There is a local pub with good food and a friendly Welsh welcome. Lots of interesting walks and wildlife as well as tourist attractions. The laundry room is full of brochures with interesting places to visit when the weather demands but on a good day the beaches provide a relaxing day out.
Gwaun Vale is a small quiet site and offers a peaceful retreat from the demands of everyday life. Enjoy a barbecue in the evening as you watch the sunset or simply enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.

Open from:
1st April to 31st October

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Family park, Children's play area(s), 28 Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Visitor parking, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Storage available (£160)


Accomodations:
21 Touring pitches, 7 Motorhome pitches, 4 Seasonal pitches, 8 Tent pitches, 1 Holiday homes (for rent)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Gym, Leisure Centre

Oakwood Theme park popular with young and old. Combine a holiday in Wales with a trip to Ireland on the ferry. Fishguard itself is steeped in history and marks the spot where the last invasion to mainland Britain took place.
From the coastal path seals and dolphins can be spotted. There are many interesting walks with spectacular views from the coastal path. Strumble head and its light house prove very popular with visitors.

The scenery is exceptional and the caravan park sits in a beautiful sheltered valley with views in the distance of Fishguard harbour where the ferry sails to Ireland twice every day. National Park coastal buses take you to the coastal path and collect you a few hours later after you have explored the breath-taking scenery that is Britain's only coastal national park. Fishguard itself is the last place to have been invaded on mainland Britain. Visit the heritage site where the French landed during the French revolution. St Davids the smallest city in the U.K. is only 15 miles away and the cathedral is well worth a visit.
There are plenty of beaches all very safe and very clean. Sailing is popular in Fishguard and Newport and planning consent for a new marina in Fishguard has just been granted. Dolphins can be spotted from the coast and it is possible to see the many seal pups from the cliffs during summer months.
There are 2 golf courses nearby and lots of quiet roads to enjoy a cycle ride.


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Llanychaer
Pembrokeshire, Wales
United Kingdom
SA65 9TA
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