Holidays in South Wales

Holiday Parks in Wales

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    Wales Caravan Holiday Parks

    From the beautiful backdrop of the Snowdonia National Park in the north to the pretty seaside shores of Pembrokeshire in the south, there’s so much natural beauty to explore in Wales. It’s also a haven for culture buffs, with more castles per square mile than any other country in Europe. Combine that with an array of Blue Flag beaches, charming villages and pretty towns, plus a famously friendly welcome, and we think you’re onto a winner.

    Our seven glorious Wales holiday parks are split across the North and South Wales coast, each offering a unique holiday experience on park. Want an all-action adventure? Or a quiet beachside retreat? Our Welsh holiday parks really do have something to suit every taste, including dog-friendly breaks.

    At the magnificent Greenacres Holiday Park you couldn’t wish to be any closer to the coastline, soft sandy beach and stunning Snowdonia.

    • Indoor pool
    • Marina Bar and Stage
    • Beach access
    • Outdoor SplashZone
    4 nights from £49

    North Wales' beauty and charm await you at Hafan y Môr Holiday Park. Be awed by the dramatic Snowdonia mountains and history of nearby castles.

    • Adventure Village
    • Indoor pool
    • Entertainment
    • Pwllheli Beach
    4 nights from £49

    Kiln Park is ideally situated among amazing scenery, a Blue Flag beach and the perfect seaside escape from city life.

    • Marina Bar and Stage
    • Close to central Tenby
    • Blue Flag Beach nearby
    • Pools
    3 nights from £49

    Lydstep Beach Village is a real treasure, intimate and close-knit, you’ll be right on the edge of the bay with a countryside backdrop.

    • Indoor pool
    • Bay views
    • The Manor House
    • Entertainment
    3 nights from £115

    Secluded and peaceful Penally Court lets you really get away from it all with verdant green hills and winding rivers to delve into.

    • National Park nearby
    • Tenby nearby
    • Activities and entertainment nearby
    • Park walk
    4 nights from £75

    It’s easy to fill your days with adventure at our Presthaven Beach Resort. Explore the woodland of Greenwood Forest and saunter down to the beach.

    • Water fun
    • Access to 5 miles of sand
    • Entertainment
    • Dogs welcome
    4 nights from £49

    Quay West holiday park is surrounded by the dramatic landscapes of South Wales where you can wind your way through the woodland to the beach.

    • Indoor pool
    • Outdoor pool
    • Beach access
    • Aerial Adventure
    4 nights from £49
    View from Snowdon Summit
    Caernarfon, Wales
    Stackpole & Barafundle Bay Circular, Pembrokeshire 

    Three great things about Wales

    Snowdonia National Park

    Locally known as Eryri, this National Park is Wales’ largest, spanning 823 square miles. It’s full of wonderful trails, tranquil villages and spectacular views. So pack your walking boots!

    Castles galore!

    With over 600 castles in Wales, there are certainly plenty to visit whilst here. Some are even UNESCO-listed heritage sites, including Beaumaris, Conwy, Caernarfon and Harlech in the north.

    Brilliant beaches

    Wales is also home to several beaches and seaside towns. Several parks have direct beach access, so you can explore the sands and enjoy dramatic coastal views, and some are close to the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline.

    Things to do in Wales

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    Special breaks

    A mum and her young daughter enjoy the owners exclusive outdoor pool at Greenacres, North Wales.

    June/July 2024 Haven breaks

    4 nights from £159
    Getting water confident at Hopton, Norfolk

    April/May 2024 Haven breaks

    4 nights from £79

    Frequently asked questions

    Home to over 3 million people, Wales is a bilingual country, with English and Welsh both spoken by many. It's home to six cities: Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Bangor, as well as St Davids - the smallest city in the UK - and St Asaph, which was awarded city status in 2012.

    Wales is home to three national parks - Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales, and Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park in North Wales - making it a popular destination for walkers. The Wales Coastal Path also attracts many a rambler, while there are more than 100 beaches dotted along the coast, several of which boast Blue Flag and Green Coast awards.

    Discover the variety of our accommodation options at our Wales holiday parks below:


    Hafan y Mor

    Kiln Park

    Lydstep Beach

    Penally Court


    Quay West

    28-30 April: Machynlleth Comedy Festival @ multiple venues across Machynlleth

    4-6 May: Focus Wales Music Festival @ multiple venues across Wrexham

    13 May 2023: Cycling- Tour of Pembrokeshire – @ St Davids - various routes available 

    25 May-4 June: The Hay Festival @ Daisy Meadows, Hay-on-Wye

    9 –12 June 2023: Out & Wild Festival 2023 @ The Old Castle Terrace, Lawrenny 

    1-2 July 2023: Scolton Manor Ghost Hunt @ Scolton Manor, Haverfordwest

    See the best experiences on our round-up of things to do in Wales. Here are some of our other favourite ideas: 

    Best beaches in Wales

    Places to visit in Wales

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