Argoed Meadow Caravan and Camping site, also known as Cenarth Caravan and Camping site, is found near the charming village of Cenarth in West Wales. This four star holiday park is open all year and attracts visitors from across the United Kingdom. 30 pitches are available at the site, with seven of them hard standing. All pitches at Argoed Meadow Caravan and Camping site benefit from electric hook ups.
The park also has a small number of fully equipped self-catering holiday caravans that are available for hire.
Facilities available on-site for camping and caravan guests include heated toilet and shower blocks, laundrette, chemical waste disposal points, and water taps. The park has plenty of open spaces for families to relax and enjoy ball games and other activities.
While there is no shop or bar on-site, the village of Cenarth is found a short walk down the road. Guests will find two family friendly pubs serving great food and drink, tearooms, convenience stores, and more, ensuring they can enjoy refreshments and stock up on holiday essentials during their stay.
If you enjoy fishing during your tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Wales, you'll love this area. Cenarth is famous across the United Kingdom for its jumping salmon waterfalls, and guests can enjoy salmon fishing at various points along the River Teifi. Fishing licences can be acquired from early April until the middle of October, and is a popular pastime among guests staying at the park. The riverside pathways by the Teifi are also perfect for tranquil walks with the family, while a 17th century flour mill and early 19th century bridge are among the attractions close to and across the river.
The village also has a number of popular tourist attractions, including the National Coracle Centre, Cenarth Adventure Centre, and Caws Cenarth Cheese.
Argoed Meadow Caravan and Camping site acts as a wonderful gateway to the south and west coasts of Wales. The iconic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park can be reached in 30 minutes, and from here the popular South Wales Coastal Path can be joined, offering amazing sights out to sea and the chance to discover some of the best rugged and unspoiled coastline anywhere in the UK.
Guests can drive to Fishguard in 40 minutes, where they can head out on a fishing trip with a local fisherman or take the ferry across to Dublin to spend a day exploring Ireland’s capital. Tourists looking to explore beyond the park but stay in Wales will find Cardigan a 20 minute drive towards the coast. Public transport runs into Cardigan from Cenarth, so guests wanting a day out without the car can easily do so. Cardigan has some wonderful parks, as well as a leisure centre with activities for all the family, some great historic sites, and quirky shops and cafés.
Tourists driving inland will discover the heart of the Welsh Valleys and some amazing villages and attractions, including the National Woollen Museum. There is also miles of varying terrain to discover that is ideal for walking and cycling, while pony trekking is also available in several locations across the countryside.
Visit the Pembrokeshire coastline and the Preseli Hills. See Britain's smallest city, St Davids. Follow the craft trails to find woollen mills, pottery, woodturning and farmhouse cheese makers. Visit castles, historic places, and take a day excursion over to Ireland. Have some fun at Cenarth Paintball Games.
Have a family fun day out at Oakwood. Set in 80 acres of landscaped gardens and stunning Pembrokeshire parkland, the theme park has thrill rides, family rides, and special attractions for tiny tots.
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