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Natural Beauty and Cultural Charm, Wales Has It All

Whether you want to spend your staycation this summer relaxing, adventuring, enjoying time with loved ones or trying new experiences, Wales offers all of the above! We’ve rounded up some of the top reasons why Wales and Penrhos Park are the ultimate destination for a staycation.

The People

Who doesn’t want to feel welcome on holiday?

The Welsh are famously down-to-earth and friendly, and staff at our caravan park in West Wales are no different. From your accommodation to the places you visit, you’ll be sure to get a lovely cwtch and a warm welcome in Wales!

Local Activities

There are many great tourist attractions near to Penrhos Park!

If you love exploring, the surrounding coastal path will get your blood pumping. From mountain biking to surfing, just head to the coastline for some fun and fresh sea air.

For those happy to keep their feet on the ground, there is still plenty to do. Animal lover? Visit a working farm or go dolphin spotting! Foodie? Pick up a Welsh delicacy at a local farmers market, which are always a highlight for many tourists and visitors of this part of Wales.

The Culture

Learn about the history of Wales through a fun visit to a medieval castle, or make the trip to a museum to learn about unique passages in Welsh history! Of course, there are also plenty of theatres and art galleries too for a truly cultural trip where you can immerse yourself in our culture.

One historical attraction well worth a visit is Newcastle Emlyn, a historic market town nestled in the Teifi Valley. Newcastle Emlyn Castle is thought to date back to 1240 but was described as being in ruins by 1428. It was finally blown up with gunpowder in 1645 during the Civil War. The Dragon Gates at the castle are inspired by the legend of the last Welsh dragon being killed there – this is a must-visit destination for those looking to learn more about the rich history of this part of Wales!

Wales is also home to a number of festivals, from traditional music festivals to mass celebrations of Wales and the Welsh language. Timing your trip to coincide with a festival could result in the holiday of a lifetime.

The Scenery

Unsurprisingly, the Welsh scenery came up time and time again when asking people why they love Wales.

Wales has an unspoilt, peaceful and spacious landscape. It’s the perfect holiday destination for those who enjoy walking, from easy rambling to serious mountain climbing. It’s a bit quieter than some other walking destinations in the UK, letting you really feel like you’re getting away from it all.

With rolling hills, impressive mountains and endless sea views, you'll find it difficult to escape the countryside beauty.

Of course, all of the reasons above contribute to why a staycation in Wales will definitely be one to remember! We’re here to help all aspects of your stay be as wonderful as possible, including your accommodation needs. Contact us today to discuss your options!


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