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- Near the Coast
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Rural Location
Park Farm Holiday Park at Manorbier consists of twenty-five acres of well-preserved wooded countryside located within the Pembrokeshire National Park. This is an ideal base for exploring the longest coastal path in the United Kingdom. The park is situated approximately halfway between Tenby and Pembroke. It derived its name from the deer park for the 14th century Manorbier Castle, which is open to the public.
The Camping Park consists of around 7 acres of well-drained land and has 120 pitches for tents, motorhomes and touring caravans. There are 20 Hard standing pitches with electric hook-up and a further 22 pitches on grass that also have electric hookups available.
The Tent and Touring park has included its own toilet block and showers but also enjoys the amenities of the main park such as showers, laundry, and telephone.
The Park is believed to be the nearest to the popular sandy beach at Manorbier a safe environment for family bathers and surfers alike. The beech can be accessed by road or by our 1/2 mile footpath. The footpath through our wooded valley divides the tent park from the main Holiday Park via the interesting old lime kiln, dovecot and mill to the beach or alternatively past Manorbier Castle to the Village.
Local attractions include Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, ten glorious beaches within 10 miles of the park, Water Skiing, Boating, Surfing, Fishing, Golf, Tennis, Bowls, Sailing, Riding, Leisure Parks, Sports Centres and local Markets. There are also many famous eateries within a short distance of the Park