Dinas Cross Country Club Holiday Park:
The Dinas Country Club Holiday Caravan Park, Pembrokeshire, in West Wales is a family run business located within a short walk of the coast and nestled within the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Situated on the park is a pathway to 3 beaches; the caravan park is spread out over a total of 22 acres and has 126 static holiday caravan pitches.
Dinas Country Club has a beautiful heated outdoor swimming pool, where you can relax and unwind in peaceful surroundings. There is a childrens park and playfield with football posts to keep children entertained. The club house dates back to the late 13th century and offers home made meals and refreshing drinks including locally brewed ales.
The Country Club is a tranquil park which has an abundance of trees, flowers shrubs and gardens which are maintained to a very high standard. The sea views from the park take in the beautiful landscape of Dinas Head and look north all the way to the Llyn Peninsula on a clear day.
Pembrokeshire is home to one of the most superb coastlines in the UK supported by the Pembrokeshire National Park and famous for it’s coastal path. North Pembrokeshire is an ideal location for a peaceful, relaxed holiday, yet can offer a wealth of activities such as all water sports, walking, fishing, golf and horse riding all within a 3 mile radius for the ‘get up and go’ outdoor hobbyist. Visit the beaches of Aberfforest with it’s stunning waterfall, Cwm-Yr-Eglwys with the 12th century church ruins or Pwllgwaelod all nestled around Dinas Head. Or set off to explore the fantastic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park paths which can be reached within 200 metres of the caravan park.
Set apart from the caravan park within their own gardens are four 4 star luxury self catering cottages. The buildings originally date back to the fourteen hundreds, we have worked to maintain the old charm but inside we have presented modern well equipped cottages, sleeping from 2 to 5 persons.
The Caravan Park is situated within the village of Dinas Cross, close to the small harbouring villages of Newport and Fishguard with it’s local produce markets, Irish sea ferry terminal and railway station. Driving along the A487 coast road of approx 13 miles is the small city of St Davids (the smallest Cathedral City in Britain).
South & West Wales