Does the park have both holiday home and touring pitches?
Meadow House Holiday Park consists of 150 static holiday homes and 70 touring and motor home pitches. The majority of pitches have electric hook up available with some hard standing , some grass. There are a small number of pitches without utilities. Please specific your requirements at your time of booking.
Do specific pitches have parking alongside?
Virtually all pitches at the site have an area for parking alongside.
Is there a 24 hour service?
Reception is open from 9am until 8pm (5pm – low season), the bar is open on most nights and will check in late arrivals. An emergency phone number is available, giving guests contact with the site-owners, for occasions when no staff are available.
Does the park have a restaurant on site?
We have recently opened a restaurant on site "Ty Meadow Kitchen and Grill". Opening hours change so please call Meadow House to check availability. We also have an additional restaurant on our sister park, Croft has a restaurant called Charlies Restaurant which is well worth a visit and serves delicious meals from 12 noon until 9 pm, with the bar open until 11 pm.
Are pets allowed?
Yes we allow dogs at Meadow House; a maximum of 2 per pitch/unit. Dogs are also welcome in our bar and restaurant in the allocated "Dog Friendly area"
Does the reception and bar have car parks with allocated bay?
The main car park is at Reception. Currently, the bar does not have specifically allocated bays.
Is there internet access at the park?
Wi-Fi is available across the majority of the park, however availability is not guaranteed.
What is the public transport provision?
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.
Are there undulating roads with no speeds bumps but with hazard markers?
There are undulating roads at Meadow House, there are some speed bumps, and the maximum speed acceptable by vehicles on site is 5mph.
FAQs when buying a holiday home
How much will it cost?
Static caravans for sale start from only £12,995 (subject to availability) (at Noble Court). The purchase price is fully inclusive of the current year’s standard site fees, VAT, business rates, water charges, insurance (subject to time of year), gas and electric tests, and delivery, siting and connections on an available pitch of your choice.
For how long are the parks open?
Croft Holiday Park – 1st March to 30th November Meadow House Holiday Park – 1st March to 30th November Noble Court Holiday Park – 1st March to 30th November
Can I sub-let to family and friends?
You can sub-let for holidays privately. There is an appropriate form to complete at the Park reception prior to commencing any sub-lets.
How much are the annual charges?
The annual site fees include VAT, business rates, water charges, an infrastructure maintenance charge, and annual gas test. The 2019 fees are: £3,730 (Noble Court), £4,100 (Croft Country Park), and from £4,730 depending on pitch location (Meadow House). A discretionary discount of up to £400 on the fees above may be offered for early settlement. Subject to using park insurance, and paying due invoices on time (subject to change)
When are pitch fees due?
A number of options are available for pitch fee payment. November and December payments can benefit from the £400 discount. Payment in November and March can benefit from £250 discount. (Criteria for discounts available upon request). Pitch fee payment can also be made via monthly instalments utilising the facility we offer with Premium Credit (full details upon request).
Can finance be arranged for purchasing a holiday home?
Celtic Holiday Parks is a licensed broker. We can tailor packages to suit you from leading financial houses specialising in the leisure sector. Packages are subject to status and conditions. (Full written details are available on request)
Can I expect any additional costs?
Just your personal consumption of electricity and gas, your annual holiday home insurance costs, the cost of winterising your holiday home, and a bi-annual electric test.
Can I live in my holiday home?
Absolutely not, the parks are holiday parks and as such residential use is a breach of site license conditions and pitch agreements. Proof of a permanent address may be required to comply with site license conditions.
what our customers say
Nice friendly environment at Noble park and the staff are brilliant! We will definitely be staying here next year!
Melanie Louise James
Nice site, lovely location, very close to Folly Farm, convenient 15 minute drive to Oakwood and Bluestone, great little swimming pool, relaxed attitude, professional and very polite staff.
Safari Tent Review: "Staff are very welcoming. Lovely secluded spot with stunning views. Short drive to the beach and loads of beautiful sight seeing places"
Jason Air B and B
Safari Tent review: Just returned home for a fabulous 2 nights in a luxury safari tent. The tent was very well equipped and spotlessly clean with Lovely comfortable beds.
Glamping Pods review: a fantastic weekend at the Classic Car Rally, staying in the Glamping Pods. Would recommend this very highly, stunning and clean and so comfy!! Next thing to try for us is the bluebells.