Why stay at Celtic Holiday Parks for your 2021 Staycation
Safe spaces make happy places
After 2020, a year like no other, there's never been a greater desire for us to take a breather – and a staycation with Celtic Holiday Parksholds all the key to that perfect break. Family-owned, Celtic’s multi award-winning holiday parks all provide special memories for those who want to relax and explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer.
We know that you’re going to enjoy your stay in our beautiful county; if you haven’t visited before you’re in for a huge treat. If you’re regular visitors, then now’s the time to explore the unexplored. Find new adventures and places to relax and take in huge gulps of gorgeous fresh air.
Holiday safety, security and peace of mind is guaranteed at Celtic Holiday Parks. We know and understand your concerns in terms of pre-booking your 2021 holiday but our Celtic Flexi Promise can put your minds at rest! As we continue to navigate the landscape of Covid 19, rest assured that we offer a number of options should you be unable to undertake your holiday for the following reasons:
* legislation dictates that you are unable to travel from your area
* legislation dictates that you are unable to travel into Wales
* you have evidence to support your need to isolate or indeed are suffering from symptoms of Covid 19. Anyone with such symptoms are unable to enter any of our holiday parks or public buildings
As a company we are able to offer the following options:
* an opportunity to carry your holiday forward to an alternative date within a 12 month period from your existing check in date, subject to availability
* a credit note to be used towards your next holiday
* a full refund
How to spend some of your time!
If you choose to stay at Noble Court, the park is set in 50 acres of rolling countryside and has its very own beautiful nature reserve which features a lake attracting a whole host of wildlife and is great for walking your dog around, while the stunning seaside setting of Meadow House has its own access to the coast path leading to the beach at Wiseman’s Bridge or Amroth. Croft Country Park is Celtic's truly tranquil retreat. Set in 14 acres of beautifully landscaped, wooded grounds, the layout of the park makes the most of the site and ensures our guests have as much privacy and space as possible while maintaining an atmosphere of a small and friendly community.
Right on the doorstep are an abundance of stunning beaches from sweeping sands to hidden coves. One of the biggest challenges you’ll face whilst in Pembrokeshire is choosing which ones to explore and enjoy from the jewel in the crown Tenby, to the famous Freshwater West which starred in films such as Robin Hood and Harry Potter and the idyllic Barafundle Bay regularly listed as one of the best beaches in the world!
Walks on Pembrokeshire’s award-winning Blue Flag beaches and along the breathtaking Pembrokeshire Coast Path are always popular with guests. Check out www.walkingpembrokeshire.co.uk for suggested walking routes for exploring some of the less frequented routes, including Templeton Airfield Interior Circular Walk, Stepaside Ironworks Circular, Blackpool Mill, Canaston Woods and the Miners Walk from Kilgetty.
In addition, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Park Authority has its own suggested walks along the length of the 186-mile coastline. It’s provided easier access routes, which are mainly associated with the Coast Path. They are classified into one of four levels of difficulty: wheelchair paths; adventure chair paths; easy access paths and gentle walks or strolls. For further information, visitwww.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk. The website is also kept up-to-date with the latest news on Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority attractions and coast paths.
In addition, we have been featuring our own series of walks with our own press explorer which can be found at https://www.facebook.com/celticholidayparks.
As well as walks, Pembrokeshire offers great family-friendly cycling opportunities too. Traffic-free cycle routes (see visitpembrokeshire.com and Cycle Pembrokeshire on www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk for more information and routes) will take you along some great trails.
Near our three parks is The Tramway, Saundersfoot. It’s a four-mile return ride along the disused railway line has been given a new lease of life between Saundersfoot, Wiseman’s Bridge and Stepaside, taking in stunning views of the sea.
There’s also the Brunel Trail, Neyland – Johnston – Haverfordwest for a longer ride. On this one, enjoy miles of tranquil countryside with great views and a lovely mix of open fields, woodland and estuary. It’s 18 miles return.
High quality adult and child mountain bikes, are available to hire for the day or if you are visiting the area for the duration of your stay from Mike’s Bikes in Haverfordwest. Call 01437 760068 or email@example.com book. Cycles can be delivered direct to your accommodation.
There really is something for everyone in Pembrokeshire from theme parks to zoos, castles to islands, golf courses, boat trips and museum, and below we have compiled a list of attractions to give a brief taste of what we have to offer and help you plan your stay.
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.