Whitewell Holiday Park
Whitewell Touring and Camping Park is a family run holiday park situated in the beautiful, picturesque Lydstep Bay, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It’s surroundings are in a spectacular 21 acre scenic setting in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The park is a few steps away from Lydstep Beach, which carries the Blue Flag award, promising a clean, safe beach for all the family.
With low cost prices for touring and camping holidays, Whitewell Holiday Park is ideal for budget family holidays. Whitewell Holiday Park has received a three star rating from the Wales Tourist Board, for the excellent quality and comfort of its facilities. Dogs are very welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.
The park is situated in the centre of many local attractions. A few steps and you are on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, leading you to spectacular views across the headland, overlooking Caldey Island. This brings you to Giltar Point where the sea bass are many and just waiting to be caught.
The coastal path leads you onto miles of sandy beach and to the popular fishing harbour of Tenby. The town boasts shops, pubs, cafés and nightlife. From the harbour you can access Seal Safaris, boat trips from Tenby to Caldey Island, and trips to Skoma Island (Famed for it’s population of puffins). If a taste of history is more your thing, why not visit the Tudor Merchant’s House? It was built in the fifteenth century, making it one of the oldest houses in Tenby.
Or maybe you would like to Folly Farm, a short distance away from Whitewell Holiday Park, a popular day out for all the family where exotic creatures wait for you to feed them. You can also enjoy a visit to Heatherton Activity Centre, which provides indoor bowls, bumper boats, archery, paintballing and many other fun-filled activities.
Why not relax on a sandy beach? Barafundle Bay is one of the best beaches in Wales, golden sand is backed by sand dunes and ringed by trees to make up one of Pembrokeshire’s most stunning beaches. Swan Lake Beach and Manorbier Beach are also just around the corner from Whitewell Holiday Park. Oakwood Theme Park is another popular attraction situated a short distance away from the park, with a fabulous firework display for all to see. Carew is two miles away from Whitewell Holiday Park. On a Sunday, be sure to attend the famous market, with a sprawling boot sale for the bargain hunters among us.
Site seeing opportunities around the park include The Green Bridge of Wales, St Govan’s Chapel, Manor House Park (Ideal for children and adults alike with an interest in exotic animals), The Dinosaur Park, Museums, Woollen Mills, the famous castle of Laugharne, the boat house of Dylan Thomas (Where he wrote many of his poems,) and many craft stores. Whitewell Park is right in the centre of everything that you require for a fantastic holiday.