Gwaun Vale Caravan park
The park is family owned and we pride ourselves in welcoming visitors to the area.
There are only 30 pitches they all have electric hook up. There is a laundry room situated next to the toilet block and there is an area for dishwashing. Hot showers are free. We sell calor gas and basic groceries in our small shop.
There is a small play area.
We welcome dogs but they must be kept on a short lead and only allowed off the lead when in the dog exercise area.
There are many local visitor attractions and always plenty to do regardless of the weather. Oakwood and Folly Farm are within easy reach. These are popular attractions with young and old.
We are only 2 miles from the ferry port and so a day trip to Ireland is popular with visitors. Many choose to stop for a night on their outward and return journeys. Wildlife abounds and the coastline is spectacular.
A walk on the coastal path is a wonderful way to enjoy what the area has to offer. There are golf courses nearby and lots of opportunities for fishing and sailing. The local country park bikes for hire and a large lake and dam.
The beaches are clean and safe. At Newport beach you can take your car on to certain sections of the beach and enjoy a picnic without having to carry everything from the car park. For those who enjoy walking there are special buses to pick you up at key locations and drop you off at the start of your walk. The bus will return to pick you up later in the day.
The area is steeped in history and Fishguard is the site of the last invasion on mainland Britain. This was by the French during their revolution. The sunsets are memorable and once you have visited the area you will want to return again and again. Many campers enjoy a barbecue and watch the glorious sunsets while others prefer to retire to our 'local' and enjoy Welsh hospitality in the pub.
It is only a 10 minute walk from the park. Whatever your pastime there is something for everyone.
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This page was last updated: 19 November 2012