Redlands Touring Caravan and Camping Park
Special Offer.'7 nights for the price of 5' or '4 nights for the price of 3'for couples booking in low season.
Redlands Touring Caravan and Camping Park is situated at a strategically central point to explore the unspoiled natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
Less than seven miles from both Haverfordwest and Milford Haven, it is close to the holiday villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven, with many of the finest sandy beaches of West Wales within easy reach.
The famous coastal footpath is within easy walking distance. Sailing, Snorkelling, Fishing, Windsurfing, Surfing, Riding Stables and Golf are all available nearby.
The site is an ideal holiday base for visiting Puffins and Seals on and Skomer Island, St. Davids Cathedral and the popular Oakwood Theme Park. It is also convenient for ferries to Ireland from Fishguard and Milford Haven
Redlands is planned exclusively for touring caravans, motorhomes and camping and is open from the 1st of March to December (weather permitting). Under the personal supervision of the owners, Trevor and Jenny Flight, whose aim is to maintain the high standard for which the site is renowned.
The Wales Tourist Board has awarded the site a '4 Star' grading and Welcome Host-Bronze Award. Redlands also has an AA '3 Penant ' Classification.
Set in five acres of level grassland with tree-lined borders, this quiet site gives the maximum amount of free space between Carvans and tents, with perimeter pitching.
All pitches are individually marked and enjoy these spacious rural surroundings and views over St. Brides Bay. Ideal for couples, families & lovers of the countryside.
Dogs Welcome, if kept on leads & excersised in the 'Dog Walk Area'.
* Heated Toilet Block (early/late season)
* FREE Hot Showers
* Electric Shaver Points
* Well Equipped Laundry and Washing Up Facilities.
* Deep Freeze For Your Use
* Electric Hook Up Points
* Public Telephone
* Shop available on site
* Dog Walking Area
* Chemical Toilet Disposal
* Tourist Information Leaflets
Sun - Sand - Scenery. Many sandy beaches within easy reach, with historic sites, castles and unspoilt scenery. The ideal centre to explore 'Little England Beyond Wales'.
From Haverfordwest take the DALE road (B4327) which forks left just outside the town, and after approximately 7 miles the site entrance is clearly marked on the right. (Please do not take the Broad Haven road as you would have to negotiate a very steep and difficult bend).
Apart from the wonderful safe beaches that surround the entire Pembrokeshire Coast, there are many further attractions which make the county a perfect holiday destination for all. You will find Redlands Caravan Park an ideal central point from which to start. Whether you are looking for fun and excitement, relaxation and leisure, or merely a break away from it all, Pembrokeshire has it to offer.
You will find Pembrokeshire to have a very family orientated atmosphere, with many family deals on entrance fees and ticket prices. A 'not-to-miss' feature has to be the 'as seen on TV' Oakwood Leisure Park. It boasts one of the largest wooden rollercoasters in the world, and has the reputation of introducing at least one major new ride every year. It is set in a beautiful woodland and as such has scenic walks along with a boating lake - fun, excitement, leisure, and relaxation - Oakwood has it all!!
There are very many attractions to Pembrokeshire - too many to mention all here, but another excellent day out is at Heatherton Sports and Leisure Club. Heatherton promotes health and sport - producing an opportunity for families to experience excitement in the form of quad racing, archery and falconry. The centre also has a nine hole golf course and driving range. Heatherton really has something for all the family.
There are a wide variety of golf courses throughout the County - all within easy reach from Redlands Caravan Park. Whether you want a challenging Links Course, a picturesque parkland, or simply a pitch and putt, we have it all. Might I recommend Tenby Golf Course, having recently held the Welsh Amateur Championships, it is indeed a superb challenge and in excellent condition. If you are looking for a more leisurely round then Haverfordwest is ideal. It is a parkland course of around 6200yds, situated mainly on level ground. It's par of 70, however, still dictates some tough situations. Finally one of the most underrated courses in Pembrokeshire is St. Davids. It is a nine hole links course with often the best greens around. There is no clubhouse here so beware, but a small hotel/bar 200yds walk away will be pleased to accommodate. This course offers some of the most breathtaking views you are likely to experience - ever.
The friendly atmosphere you will find will allow you to enjoy your holiday more than you could imagine. Just down the road from Redlands Caravan Park is the delightful village of Little Haven. The village has a very safe beach, a village cafe/post office, and pubs. Everyone is catered for.
Redlands Caravan Park is the perfect place to see the county and experience what it has to offer.
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This page was last updated: 20 June 2015