Welcome to Meadow House Holiday Park
Meadow House Holiday Park is set in around 16-acres of finely-landscaped grounds featuring many palm trees and shrubs with native hedgerows encouraging the local fauna and flora to flourish.
We think we may have mentioned the spectacular sea views (we’re rather proud of those!)… well, just as beautiful in a different way are the landscapes in the other direction across the glorious Pembrokeshire countryside!
One area has electric hook-ups and a mix of hard and grass pitches for tourers, tents and motorhomes, while another is grassed for campers.
There’s plenty to enjoy at Meadow House
Meadow House Park spans over 16 acres with spectacular sea views and direct access on to the coastal path.
Family Bar & Outside Terrace
Meadow House Park offers a great sized bar, lounge and terrace area where many of our families choose to catch up in the evenings. During peak times there may be entertainment. Please check before arrival.
Indoor heated swimming pool
Meadow House Park has an indoor heated swimming pool offering a great alternative to amuse the family when the weather is rainy.
Outdoor Play area
Near to the camping and touring fields we have a great outdoor play area where the children can play.
How to find the Holiday Park
CELTIC HOLIDAY PARKS
Meadow House Holiday Park
Telephone: 01834 812438
Westbound from the M4 – at the end of the M4, follow the A48 for Carmarthen. At Carmarthen, follow the A40 to the St. Clears roundabout and take the first exit signed A477 Tenby and Pembroke Dock. After Llanteg, turn left and follow the signs for Ludchurch, Wiseman’s Bridge and Amroth.
Turn left at the sign for Wiseman’s Bridge and Summerhill. As you drive through Summerhill village, the big stone wall entrance to Meadow House is on your left.
Meadow House Holiday Park consists of 150 static holiday homes and 70 touring and camping pitches. The majority of pitches have electric hook up available , some hard standing , some grass. There are a small number of pitches without utilities.
Virtually all pitches at the site have an area for parking alongside.
Reception is open from 9am until 8pm (5pm – low season), the bar is open on most nights and will check in late comers. An emergency phone number is available, giving guests contact with the site-owners, for occasions when no staff are available.
We do not have a restaurant on site at Meadow House, however our sister park, Croft has a restaurant called Charlies Restaurant which is well worth a visit.
Pets are not allowed in the touring and camping area at Meadow House.
The main car park at Reception and the bar does not currently have specifically allocated bays.
Wi-Fi is available across the majority of the park, however availability is not guaranteed.
Meadow House Holiday Park is a short walk from the nearest bus stop in Summerhill. The bus route links to the major towns in Pembrokeshire. The walk to Summerhill is relatively flat.
There are undulating roads at Meadow House, there are some speed bumps, and the maximum speed acceptable by vehicles on site is 5mph.
Our Self-Catering Prices are displayed below and may be downloaded. To enhance the size of the pdf, please scroll down and zoom in!
For further pricing information on each Park just view the individual Park pages. Alternatively if you would like a full price card for all our three parks including self-catering, camping and touring option please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0800 1777 411holidays-2017
There are no steps or ramps to the reception area or the bar – both are located on the ground floor.
There are no automatic or revolving doors in any of the publicly accessible buildings at Meadow House.
There are no changing rooms with level at Meadow House.
Although there is no unisex toilet facility within the main building the cubicles are large.
Most public areas at Meadow House Holiday Park are arranged on the ground floor with the exception of the gym, sunbed and collagen bed facilities, which are on a lower floor, currently accessible by a short flight of stairs.
Visitors are more than welcome to bring assistance dogs to Meadow House
Although wheelchairs cannot be hired from the site itself, there is a facility in a nearby town which hires out both manual and electric chairs.
Many of the staff at Meadow House have been trained in disability awareness, and there is an ongoing training programme.
We have tried to make all of our literature and web sites accessible to all, however, upon request we can send out large print versions