COASTAL WOOD HOLIDAYS is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the finest beaches, cleanest seas, award winning food, vibrant festivals, family fun attractions, exhilarating outdoor sporting activities, heritage and antiques with beautiful independant cafes and boutique shops, all engulfed by the finest welsh air and sea breeze.
Our guests are always surprised how much there is to do in our beautiful corner of Wales.
If it is beaches you are after, then within 10 miles of ‘Coastal Wood’ are eight gorgeous Blue Flag beaches, also eight locations with the highly acclaimed Seaside Award.
Fancy a stroll. The nearby coastal village of Amroth is the start / finish of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which has 186 miles of breathtaking scenery (voted the third best long distance walk in the world – beating Mount Kilimajaro and the Inca Trail)
For family fun away from the sand and sea, Folly Farm (named as the ‘Best Day Out in Wales’) and Oakwood Theme park are just up the road. Not to mention all the other popular attractions, such as Manor House Wildlife Park and the Blue Lagoon Water Park.
If you would like to enjoy the outdoors, the award winning ‘Marros Riding Centre’ is only a few fields away, and ‘Morfa Bay Adventure’ is located nearby above Pendine Sands. Quad biking, paintballing and coasteering are easily accessible.
For a mooch and a wander, there is nothing quite like looking around Tenby, Saundersfoot, Narberth and Laugharne. Full of fantastic little shops and mouth watering cafes. These local vibrant towns and villages are simply fantastic places to soak up the friendly atmosphere and enjoy some homemade cake! ‘Fairytale Tenby’ recently won an award for the ‘Best UK coastal resort’, and it is easy to see why so many people loved it there.
Our guests have the best of both worlds seeing as though ‘Coastal Wood’ is sited on the border of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. Pembrokeshire is the jewel of Wales with it’s award winning beaches and coastal paths. Carmarthenshire was voted this year as the ‘4th best holiday hotspot in the World’ by Guardian Travel Magazine, and the focus for all the centenary celebrations of legendary poet Dylan Thomas. For all the latest information, please look at www.visit pembrokeshire.com and www.discovercarmarthenshire.com
If you are visiting for a few nights or a few weeks, you will always find something to do.