Fishguard Holiday Park
Conveniently placed on the south-western coast of Wales, close to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Fishguard Holiday Park is set amid five acres of private grounds boasting diversified vegetation ranging from shrubs to mature trees.
Guests are welcomed to spacious caravans equipped with gas cookers, TVs, toasters, refrigerators, microwaves and showers. The Chippery serves up bar meals and takeaways, while holidaymakers may enjoy alfresco dining on the patio and a heated swimming pool.
Entertainment is top of the menu at The Driftwood Club, where everyone may spend their spare time accompanied by the two hosts, Erika and Peter. The on-site Driftwood Club offers nightly entertainment with live performances from vocalists, duos, comics, dance music and much more.
The park also organises weekly talent competitions and quizzes for prizes. Children will be kept on their toes with the organised games and fun activities provided by Patch The Panda Club in the early evening, while teenagers may enjoy video machines and a pool table in the games room.
Groupon’s Guide to South West Wales Coast
Travellers visiting this part of Wales (United Kingdom) may take advantage of the many local attractions, walking opportunities and water activities in the area.
The National Trust in Pembrokeshire beckons with a dramatic coastline, sandy beaches, bays, clifftops, glacial valleys as well as quaint towns. Guests may explore the coastal town of Fishguard, divided into the main town and the old harbour of Lower Town. St David’s is the smallest city in Britain, designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, while Solva, a small village to the south of St David’s. Many walking routes are roaming up the Preseli Mountains, also known as Preseli Hills, while the Whitesands Beach is one of the most popular surfing beaches in this region.