Broad Haven Holiday Park is one of Pembrokeshire’s premier holiday sites, and is home to a collection of 175 privately owned holiday homes set in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Whether you are looking for a great location to escape to and relax, or want to give yourself a base for exploring the south west coast of Wales, this holiday park fits the bill in every respect.
Freedom is on your doorstep at Broad Haven, whether you are looking to head to the nearby beach, overlook St Bride’s Bay, or just sit on your balcony and enjoy the ever-changing skies, the choice is yours.
It is clear that a lot of time and attention has been given to the park, so that those who travel there need worry about nothing. There is a children’s adventure play area and a wealth of wide open spaces so when you wish to stay in the vicinity of the park, you are able to do so without the younger ones getting bored. Literally on your doorstep is the famed Woodland Walk, giving you a full 26 acres of stunning countryside to explore, from dense forests to open fields and countryside.
The unusual climate and coastal location means that spring starts early and the autumns are long and mild, making Broad Haven the perfect destination for an out-of-season break if you don’t want to wait until summer.
Broad Haven is one of the best holiday parks in Wales, and even more so if you are a golf enthusiast, with no less than six highly rated courses to choose from in the surrounding area.
Those looking to escape country life can visit the beautiful market town of Haverfordwest, which is also home to a leading shopping centre. However, the park itself homes a number of grocery stores, meaning those looking to stay in the park can stock up on essentials without venturing too far.
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Pembrokeshire, West Wales, is a unique area, with a sense of freedom all of its own.
If you love the great outdoors, you'll appreciate not only the magnificent scenery, as befits Britain's only coastal National Park, but also plenty of activities for a total holiday experience.
Water sports enthusiasts can choose from swimming, surfing, sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing, aqua diving and deep sea fishing. Country lovers will be spellbound by the peace and tranquility to be found along the nature trails, bridle paths, country parks.
Geologists come to Pembrokeshire to study the exciting rock formations, while ornithologists prefer to explore the bird sanctuaries of the offshore Islands where Grey seals are also a common sight.
The breathtaking coastline is the feature for which this area is most renowned. There are 160 miles of Pembrokeshire's long distance coast path with countless bays and beaches.
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