Gwaun Vale Touring Park Fishguard Pembrokeshire West Wales

Discussion in 'Wales' started by Chrisradioman, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. The park is family owned, set in beautiful countryside with views of the National park and the sea in the distance. The pitches are level and have electric hook ups. There is a small play area, a laundry and sinks for dish washing. Hot showers are free. There is a small shop with basic supplies, including gas cylinders. Dogs are welcome and there is a small exercise area. The park is an excellent base to explore the surrounding area. It is convenient for the Irish ferry. There is a frindly pub only five minutes walk away. For the energetic there are many walks to enjoy. The coastal path offers more than just a walk. The scenery is breathtaking and wildlife abounds. Porpoises, dolphins and baby seals all add to the excitement. The beaches are clean and safe and Newport beach has just achieved blue flag status. For those who enjoy surfing or sailing there are many opportunities to hone your skill or learn a new sport. We offer a place to relax and enjoy your holiday. Cook your evening meal over a barbecue watching the sun set behind the hills.
  2. Things to do near by
    Castell Henllys Iron Aged Fort is only a few miles away and has proved popular with children of all ages. Pentre Ifan burial chamber is of great historic interest. Llys y fran countrypark offers cycling, boating and fishing and is only 7 miles away. If you want a day out then Oakwood theme park offers all the excitement of the fairground and much more for young and older. The local leisure centre has a swimming pool and offers some free sessions for families during school holidays. If you want a day trip to Ireland the ferry is 2 miles away. There are many local craft centres for shoppers

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