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Rosebush Holiday Park

Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire

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A most attractive park with a large ornamental lake at its centre and good landscaping. Set off the main tourist track, it offers lovely views of the Preseli Hills which can be reached by a scenic walk.

The Holiday park is situated on a quiet road in a historic former slate-mining village in the Preseli Hills where the views are breathtaking. Whether it’s walking/cycling or fishing this Holiday Park is the perfect place. There are fantastic walks / cycle ways through the Preseli Hills. Access to a well-stocked lake is on your doorstep, leave your rod set up and after a day’s activity, relax by the lake. Pant Mawr the home of real Welsh Farmhouse cheeses, call in and have a coffee and sample some of their produce, whilst enjoying the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Step back in time, enjoy The Tafarn Sinc, the highest licensed pub in Pembrokeshire, located, in the heart of the village.

Open from:
1st March to 31st October (approx.)

Facilities:
2 Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Family park, Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Designated / private parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Campfires

coarse fishing


Accomodations:
40 Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, Tent pitches, Holiday homes (for rent), Residential homes (for rent), Camping pods, Campfires, Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Horse Riding

Llys y Fran Country Park & Reservoir
Nestled amongst picturesque views of the Preseli Hills is a Welsh Water-managed reservoir set in a peaceful country park of grass and mature woodland. Llys y Frân is a day out everyone can enjoy in a beautiful lake-side setting whether you are looking to fish, sail, walk, cycle or to enjoy the spectacular views of the 100ft dam and the surrounding countryside.

Oakwood Park.
Oakwood is a very nice theme park with a huge variety of rides and attractions for all ages. The park is very clean, the staff are friendly and is often fairly quiet meaning the waiting times for rides are often particularly quick, especially for the bigger rides. Worth the visit if you are in the area

Folly Farm.
Folly Farm opened as a tourist attraction in 1988, a farm diversification project which was the brainchild of dairy farmer Glyn Williams and his wife Anne, a Head Teacher. To this day Folly Farm’s mission remains to “Educate and Entertain”.

The well known pub and restaurant -Tafarn Sinc.
Tafarn Sinc is situated in the heart of the Preseli Hills, in the splendour of the Pembrokeshire National Park. It is the highest licensed pub in Pembrokeshire, located , snugly, in the small rural hamlet of Rosebush. The winding roads to Rosebush take you on a number of breathtaking scenic routes
Pantmawr Farmhouse Cheese Shop.
Pant Mawr Farmhouse Cheeses was established in 1983 when the Jennings family returned to Wales from the Middle East where they had been involved in setting up some of the first commercial dairy enterprises in Libya and North Yemen.


Rosebush Holiday Park (www)

Pembrokeshire, Wales
United Kingdom
SA66 7QT
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