The Old Vicarage Holiday Park is a popular holiday escape in the quaint Carmarthenshire village of Red Roses, run by the Vale Holiday Parks organisation. The site offers pitches for tents, touring caravans, and motorhomes, and offers wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, and seasonal pitches are available. Static caravans and apartments are also available for hire, while guests that fall in love with the park can even buy a caravan at the site. The park is open from early March to early January.
Facilities available to ensure guests’ comfort during their stay at the park include electric hook ups, shower and toilet facilities, and a laundrette. There is a heated outdoor pool that is free to use, along with a children’s play area. Wi-Fi internet is available at a small additional cost. Guests staying at The Old Vicarage Holiday Park can also use the facilities at the nearby Cross Park or Woodland Vale sites free of charge.
There is plenty to do for the whole family during a stay at The Old Vicarage Holiday Park, with the site a wonderful location to use as a base for exploring the beauty of South Wales. The town of Carmarthen, which is referred to as The Garden of Wales, boasts plenty of attractions in addition to entertainment and leisure facilities, including a cinema.
Carmarthen is definitely somewhere to spend some time outdoors, with the National Botanic Garden of Wales and Carmarthen Castle the most popular places to visit.
A short drive to the south of the site brings guests to Tenby. This historic town is one of the most popular tourist retreats in the whole of the United Kingdom, with award winning beaches, clear blue seas, and parkland making Tenby a wonderful place to spend a day.
The Old Vicarage Holiday Park is also a great place for anyone that wants to explore the leafy coastal roads of south and west Wales. Road routes travel close to the coastline for miles around, and the unique landscape in this part of the world means that clifftop woods and countryside combine beautifully with hidden beaches and rocky coves, offering a real adventure for guests.
To the north, guests can head to the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where they will find a range of outdoor activities on offer, from gentle sightseeing walks to adrenaline fuelled cycling and climbing. Adventurous visitors are encouraged to head to Fishguard and take the ferry across to Ireland for a day break within their break!
The Brecon Beacons is also easy to reach in the car, while those looking to experience the best towns and cities of Wales should head east into Llanelli and Swansea having explored Haverfordwest and the other great locations nearby.
Wales is a wonderful country for any tourists who love spending time outdoors and being at one with nature. The Old Vicarage Holiday Park is an exciting place to stay where guests have every opportunity to indulge in a wide range of outdoor experiences.
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Carmarthenshire 30 Jul 2009
If you are looking for a quiet, no frills holiday park, with great local attractions, and very helpful staff - The Old Vicarage Holiday Park is for you!
It has toilet & shower facilities. A launderette. And a heated outdoor pool.
The majority of the people I spoke to at the park have been returning to the park for over 5 years and they have nothing but praise for the park and the staff.
For children and adults; Folly Farm, Oakwood, Blue Lagoon Wales, Canaston Centre, Groveland, Tenbv, Pendine and many more attractions are no more than 15 minutes away from the site
Even when the Welsh weather delivers its worst, it can't dampen the great atmosphere at this lovely little park!
The Old Vicarage Holiday Park, Whitland, Carmarthershire, Wales