Visit Wales on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays, and enjoy a stay at this charming, family holiday park, in the beautiful south west corner of the country.
Hungerford Farm Touring Caravan Park is an excellent base for exploring the open spaces of Pembrokeshire, with the amazing countryside as well as miles of rugged, unspoiled coastline available for tourists to discover.
This campsite has space for nearly 30 touring caravans and motorhomes, and also has a large, four-bedroom static holiday home available for hire. Most of the pitches at Hungerford Farm Touring Caravan Park are hardstanding, with a small number of grass pitches also available. Electric and grey water drainage hook-ups are available throughout.
Additional facilities include a heated toilet and shower block, two water dispensing points and a washing up area. In the centre of the park is a sizeable recreation area that is suitable for families to play ball games or enjoy other activities. Pets are welcome to stay at the park, and a separate designated dog walking area is available directly from the park.
Hungerford Farm Touring Caravan Park is quiet, with no bar or clubhouse. However, there are several villages within driving distance of the site, with local businesses and country pubs that serve great tasting local food and drink – perfect to give yourself time away from the cooking and washing up when on holiday.
Guests looking to enjoy the self-catering experience during a stay at Hungerford Farm Touring Caravan Park will find an exceptional farm shop just minutes from the park, which stocks some great local meats as well as other produce.
The park is within 10 miles of Haverfordwest as well as the popular Pembrokeshire coastal town of Tenby. Both towns have plenty to do for the whole family, with leisure centres and museums as well as shops, cafés, restaurants and parks. Tenby is also an ideal gateway to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the sections of Heritage Coastline that sit on the south coast of Wales.
Visit Pembrokeshire and the Welsh countryside invites you to explore it. The landscape is ideal for walking and cycling, with varying terrain available depending on your fitness and energy levels. You could also go surfing or canoeing, or maybe enjoy pony trekking.
The castles of South Wales are famous, too. Pembroke Castle is only about a 20-minute drive from Hungerford Farm Touring Caravan Park, while just 10 minutes away is Carew Castle. Less than a 40-minute drive from this site is Laugharne Castle, or visit Manorbier Castle, less than a half hour drive away, sitting on the stunning South Wales coast.
We've mentioned Laugharne and while there you could also visit the Dylan Thomas Boathouse and pay homage to one of the greatest Welsh cultural exports. Head there and you'll also be able to drink in breathtaking views across the River Taf estuary, plus, as there's a tearoom, you can enjoy tasty delights such as Welsh cakes, scones, bara-brith, soups, a bacon roll, tea, coffee and more.