Llwyngwair Manor Holiday Park
An introduction to Llwyngwair Manor Holiday Park
- 4 Star
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Games room
- Group Friendly
- Sea Views
- Tennis Courts
The Llwyngwair Manor Park is set in the 55 acres of grass and woodland of Llwyngwair Estate, and bounded by the River Nevern. Flowering shrubs provide constant colour and bluebells and foxgloves abound in season. Stately trees stand against the background of the Preseli Hills and towering peak of Carn Ingli. The Manor, which is fully licensed, offers bars with open fires, snooker room, pool room and launderette.
Well-spaced caravans are discreetly positioned to give pleasure from the trees, grassland and streams, which feature in the natural amenities of this unique site. A section of the Park is made up of Chalets. These attractive Family Holiday Homes are available for purchase. Central areas of grassland are provided for recreation with play areas where children can be kept under supervision.
Both static and touring parks have access to the Manor facilities.
Llwyngwair is at the foot of the Preseli Hills on the A487 Cardigan to Fishguard road, just north of Newport.
The entrance is readily identified by the Lodge House which stands at the gates leading away from the road to the peaceful surroundings of the Hotel and Holiday Park.
The park is able to offer the following facilities:
97 static pitches
2 static pitches for hire
1 pinelodge for hire
11 pitches for chalets
80 pitches for tourers and tents
Facilities on Site
The park is able to offer the following facilities:
Children's play area
Entertainment - in the main season
Private fishing at Park
Meals at the Manor (plus take-aways)
New toilet block
Club house with games room with video machines, pool tables and table tennis, and two full size snooker tables
Electric hook up
Gas cylinder exchange
Open from 1st April to 31st October
Our new pinelodge is suitable for 4 persons. The lodge is centrally heated and has an open plan lounge/dining area with colour TV. Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, fridge and microwave. The lodge has one double bedded room with en suite bathroom. The lodge is fully equipped apart from sheets and towels. There is a no smoking policy and no dogs are allowed.
We have two static caravans A & B:
Caravan A sleeps 4 / 6 people. It has one twin bedded room, and one double bedded room. In addition it also has a pull out double bed in the lounge area. The caravan has a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and microwave. It has a shower room and toilet. The lounge has a colour television. Gas and electricity are included in the hire charge. The caravan is fully equipped apart from sheets and towels.
Caravan B has 1 bedroom but can sleep 4 people (one couple in the lounge). It is fully equipped apart from sheets & towels. This is only available from Friday to Friday during the main season. Minimum of two nights.
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Llwyngwair Manor also offers hotel / B&B accommodation as well as self catering apartments. Click Here
Reviews of Llwyngwair Manor
Review by: Emma1706 Date of visit: July 2007 Unit used: Touring Caravan
This was the first campsite we visited when we bought our caravan and I am so happy that we did, what a lovely site very flat and very clean showers and toilets, there was taps and waste water drains near all pitches. The owners were very friendly and made you feel very welcome lots to see and do near to the site cant wait to visit again.
Review by: karen+peter Date of visit: April 2007 Unit used: Touring Caravan
Absolutely beautiful place. River running around the site with acres and acres of woodland walks, walk to coast, walk to pub. Trewern Arms, has a beer garden but does not allow dogs. Longer walk to Salutation Arms which does allow dogs.
Good clean toilet block with 6 toilet cubicles, 3 sinks and baby changing in one room for ladies. 4 toilets, 3 urinals and 3 sinks in another room for gents. Two separate shower rooms containing 3 large showers and 4 private sinks each. Disabled facilities room which has a key to open it and a private bathroom containing a bath (hooray!), a toilet and sink for which you have to get the key from the manor and is unfortunately not available in peak season (Boo!)
Top meadow (with hook ups) is quite a walk from the facilities but so peaceful and picturesque it's worth it.
Manor house has a bar, food plus take aways. Also a Tavern Bar which allows dogs but is only open if there are enough people on site. Unfortunately, according to fellow campers this is rarely open but they do have four picnic benches to sit outside the manor with your beer and your dog.
There is a games room, tennis court and fishing in the river (barbless hooks, no floats and no wading).
Lots to do in surrounding area. Hill forts, burial chambers, beaches, ferry to Ireland for a day trip! We will definitely be returning here. One of my favourite sites.
Review by: Sbkelly Date of visit: September 2006 Unit used: Touring Caravan
This is one of the best campsites I have ever visited. The grounds and pitches are immaculate - the setting is idyllic, with the river running alongside the pitches in beautiful countryside close to some of the cleanest beaches in Europe.
The staff are extremely friendly and helpful with a high level of local knowledge. The bar is friendly and the beer is good as are the bar meals, (also at very reasonable pries).
The toilet/shower block is always spotlessly clean and in pristine condition. All in all a really enjoyable experience - will without doubt revisit
Review by: Chief2 Date of visit: June 2006 Unit used: Motorhome
Very good site to visit, has own private fishing on the river, just take a rod licence. Shower block very clean . Also has bathrooms. There are bar meals if you don't wont to cook also thay do take aways. Plenty of areas for the kids to play - have climbing frames etc. Dogs are also allowed on the site . They have electric hook ups also they have accomodation in the manor itself. There's a beach not far from were the camp site is. Also very good area for sightseeing such as Tenby, Oakwood Park and Folly Farm. All in all good time was had by all - in fact were going back in July. Not far from the shops who seem to cater for the campers
Review by: Swisdir Date of visit: August 2005 Unit used: Tent
Stayed for two nights camping. We found the site to be very well kept with level pitches by the river. Newport was just a very short drive away where there were plenty of places to eat. Newport beach is excellent for families. Coastline nearby was stunning and I would recommend the walk around 'Dinas Head'.
Overall the campsite was excellent with very clean toilet and shower block