So it is official….BBC Countryfile Magazine has voted Pembrokeshire as “Holiday Destination of the Year 2018”!!!
Anyone who has ever visited this beautiful county will surely not be surprised and for those of you out there who are yet to visit us what a treat you have waiting for you! Recognised as being the only coastal National Park in the UK, we have the most stunning coastline which was voted second only to that of New Zealand by the National Geographic Magazine. The area was included in a Conde Nast Traveller list of the five best National Parks on the planet and our amazing 186 miles of coastline was awarded a total of 56 Coast Awards last year including 11 Blue Flag Beaches. So with all those outstanding accolades what is stopping you from booking a holiday here this year?
Visit Pembrokeshire have a mouth watering display of photographs on their instagram page which you can see here, this will give you a real flavour of what this place is all about. From coastal walks to hill climbs and world class beaches to award winning wildlife parks Pembrokeshire really has something for everyone. You can spend a day strolling around Britain’s smallest city of St David’s and marvelling at the magnificent cathedral with so much history seeping from it’s walls that it is tangible;
followed by a day strolling over the cliff stops on the Stackpole estate to find the stunning Barafundle Bay which has been voted as one of the best beaches in the world;
followed by a day exploring the majestic Pembroke Castle with its rich and vibrant history as the birth place of the Tudor dynasty;
followed by a day trip to Caldey Island to visit the monastry and follow the stunning island walks;
followed by a day coming face to face with Lions,Tigers, Rhinos, Red Pandas, Giraffes, Falcons, Owls or dinosaurs in many of the area’s wildlife parks….and this is just for starters!!!!!
All of this can be enjoyed whilst holidaying here with us at White Gate Caravans Park. We are located in an excellent spot for you to explore the whole county with easy access to major routes, direct footpath access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the Coastal bus which stops directly outside of the park gates. You can visit four beaches from our park on foot and take a gentle 30 minute walk along the coastal path to the delightful village of Saundersfoot if you decide to travel under your own steam for the day.
To enquire about availability email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring now on 01834 811543.