Pilbach Holiday Park is a charming holiday park found close to the west Wales coast and a section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The site is owned and run by Barker’s Leisure, and offers static caravans and lodges for hire, as well as having three fields suitable for tents, motorhomes, and touring caravans. Holiday caravans for sale are also available at the site for people who would love to buy a holiday home in Wales and make this picturesque place their regular holiday destination.
Hard standing and grass pitches are both available at Pilbach Holiday Park, and all pitches have electric hook-ups. Additional facilities that are available at the site for you to use during your stay include heated toilet and shower blocks, and washing up areas. There is a small convenience store found at the campsite that is well stocked with a variety of groceries, so you will always be able to pick up what you need without ever needing to venture into town. Those who prefer to relax while dinner is prepared for them by somebody else can eat in the bar or use the takeaway food outlet found at the park.
There is plenty for your whole family to do at Pilbach Holiday Park, because you will find a heated outdoor pool, an amusement arcade, and an all-sports field waiting for you here. The site is also pet friendly, and a dog exercising area is provided.
The nearest village to the park is Aberporth, which overlooks Cardigan Bay and is a great location for sailing and other water based activities. The village is also home to a number of charming, secluded beaches, with the seas calm and safe for swimming. Several other great beaches are found nearby and offer plenty of opportunities for paddling, rock pooling, and beach sports. The South Wales Coastal Path can also be joined close to the park and offers miles of amazing views out into the sea as well as back inland towards the rolling countryside.
Visit Cardigan, which is the closest major town, and sits invitingly on the coast and on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The town has plenty of towns and restaurants that offer a variety of options for the whole family, while the harbour area is great to watch fishing boats coming and going, as well as for picking up freshly caught seafood at a great price to cook back on the campsite. Cardigan also has a selection of parks and open spaces to offer, as well as museums, galleries, and other places of interest to visit.
Cardigan also sits on the River Teifi, one of Wales’ most renowned stretches of water for fishing, and so if you enjoy fishing holidays you will be able to find a quiet spot just outside of town or at various points along the river.
if you prefer not to drive everywhere during your holidays then Pilbach Holiday Park has another bonus to offer you. There is a coastal shuttle bus that runs up the coast and back down into south Wales, making Haverfordwest and Saint David’s within reach for those who would enjoy a long scenic journey through rural Wales. A trip to Fishguard is also well worth it, particularly if tourists then plan on taking the ferry across to Dublin for the day.
So for great camping, motorhome and caravan holidays, consider Pilbach Holiday Park in South Wales.
Bar with live entertainment at all main holidays during weekends, a games room and football field, we are dog friendly and have an area to walk them
There are lots of places to visit such as Aberporth with its beautiful sandy beaches an ideal for sailing its also one of the nearest resorts to the park, other places to visit are Newquay with its picturesque harbour and Cardigan situated on the River Teifi, also close by is Cenarth with its magnificent waterfall. The Teifi is also famous for its fishing salmon and trout.
Based on 2 review(s)
DERBYSHIRE 21 Oct 2012
arrived at the park expecting great things from the review , got here and no one around .telephoned the number on the reception goes on to answer phone. two people sat outside said go to the static and showed us the one to go to. Lady there told us to find a pitch and see some one in the morning but need to pay £5 for electric ,that we did. On speaking to the only other persons we could find were told that the bar and food place only opens on weekends. Thought o well will have to see, went to the toilet block and found one toilet blocked ,not very good as no body on site? in the end we went to another place ,dont think we will be going back .
west midlands 26 Jun 2006
we have visited this site three times now and it is fabulous the staff are really lovely very helpful and work tirelessly to keep the park immaculate and thefacilities gleaming, we would reccomend to anyone and will be returning later this summer.