Open from March to January each year, Grondre Holiday Park is a touring and holiday park that's fortunate to sit in the grounds of an 18th century country manor house, a majestic and memorable location for your holidays in Wales.
Part of the Vale Holiday Parks group, this campsite sits close to the border between Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire and welcomes guests in touring caravans, trailer tents and tents, plus seasonal pitches are available. There are 10A electric hook-ups for touring caravans and if you're staying here in your caravan, there is space next to your pitch for your awning and your tow car. Other facilities provided here include a heated washblock with toilets, basins, free showers, hairdryers (in the ladies), a disabled bathroom and a baby changing area, a covered dishwashing point, an ice pack freezing service and a chemical disposal point.
But that's not all, because there are also a range of caravans for hire at Grondre Holiday Park. Select from a bronze, a silver or a gold caravan, depending on your needs and budget. Or stay in the four-star Pembrokeshire Courtyard.
If you'd like a break from the cooking and washing up on your camping and caravan holidays in Wales, if you're staying at Grondre Holiday Park you've got the on-site Stable Inn Club, where you can enjoy food there or get a takeaway and eat back in the privacy of your own accommodation. There's also visiting entertainment during the prime holiday season.
There is also a free-to-use, outdoor swimming pool, an outdoor play area for the children, an amusement arcade, Wi-Fi (a small fee applies), a 24-hour tourist information centre, a football pitch and a pool table.
Being just a short drive off the A478, which, in turn, is not far off the A40, means that it's easy to get out and about from Grondre Holiday Park to visit Wales on your holidays.
You'll find that Haverfordwest is within a half hour drive of this park, which is convenient when you're self catering as there are lots of shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, bars, tearooms and pubs here, meaning you can enjoy a meal out and top up your groceries and supplies with ease.
Younger guests will no doubt be excited to find out that Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is just a 20-minute drive from Grondre Holiday Park. With a wide variety of animals to see and lots of rides to have a go on, it's one of the most popular days out in Pembrokeshire and well worth a trip.
Wales is famous for its castles and holidaymakers of all ages can enjoy looking round these – and there are many within easy driving distance of this holiday park. How about Manorbier Castle, which is about a 40-minute drive away, or Pembroke Castle and Carew Castle, both of which you can drive to in about half an hour.
You might also like to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which lies to the north of Grondre Holiday Park, or head to the south coast of Wales. Tenby and Saundersfoot are both just a 30-minute drive away, while the famous Pendine Sands is about 40 minutes away by car.
essentials sold in the reception
tourist information centre
ice pack freezing facilities
West Wales attracts many visitors. Pembrokeshire in the far west, home of Britains only coastal National Park, is justly famous for its spectacular sea shores, while Carmarthenshire offers the dual appeal of restful landscapes and the long, sandy beaches of Carmarthen Bay.
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Wales 21 Aug 2011
Lovely site. Very clean although showers are a bit cramped.
Launderette facility was fine.
Pool not very deep (although would consider this safer as no lifeguards are at the pool) but very warm.
The clubhouse is very nice although sometimes there were not enough seats if you didn't get there early.
The food in the clubhouse was excellent and fairly priced.
Biggest disappointment was the barking of holiday makers dogs - obviously this should be controlled by the owners themselves although we did mention it to a member of staff who appreciated our comments.
The site is reasonably close to Oakwood, Pemberton Choc Farm, Folly Farm, Heatherton and Narberth is a lovely little town.
Would definitely go there again.