About Parkdean Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park
Carmarthen Bay's large stretch of inlet on the south coast of Wales with a range of pretty, sandy beaches dotted about. Situated between Tenby to the west and Swansea to the east, Parkdean's Carmarthen Bay holiday park sits on a very quiet part of the bay just steps from the beach.
Located almost on the beach, the views from the park reach far and wide out to sea with the beach perfect for sandcastles and rockpooling on those sunny summer days. If you're on holiday in the colder months, fear not. There is still plenty to do at the park like enjoying the heated indoor swimming pool.
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Carmarthen Bay Facilities
Well known for its holiday parks with indoor pools, Parkdean Carmarthen Bay is no different. Ideal for when the weather turns or you're holidaying in the winter months, the heated pool is heaps of fun, especially with the exciting water slide.
The outdoor adventure playground and indoor soft play will also help keep the kids entertained while they're on holiday. They've also got the fantastic Parkdean kids clubs, Star Landers and Star Tots with a range of fun activities and entertainment too.
In the evening, the entertainment comes in the form of shows, bands and bingo at the entertainment complex, after you've had a tasty meal at the Boathouse Restaurant. There are a range of dishes on offer including a children's menu, or there’s the fish and chip shop takeaway.
Be sure to stock up on food and other essentials before you arrive, but if you do forget anything, there's a Nisa mini supermarket onsite for anything you forget.
There are caravans, lodges and chalets on offer at Carmarthen Bay which can sleep between 4 and 8 people depending on what you choose. The Amroth Chalet provides plenty of space for four people in a double and two single rooms, while the modern Newquay Caravan sleeps up to six in two bedrooms and sofa bed in the living room.
Why not upgrade from a standard to a larger or more stylish caravan, or why not try out one of the parks modern lodges with private veranda. Perfect for those summer evening drinks.
All accommodation comes with a kitchen including fridge, microwave and cooker and most also include a fire place in the living room and some also have central heating.
Things To Do Near Carmarthen Bay
Carmarthen Bay is a quieter part of the Welsh coast and the immediate area has little in the way of shops, restaurants, etc. But plenty to enjoy if you love spending time outdoors. Time on the beach is a must, playing in the sand or searching for creatures in the rock pools.
Head inland for some lovely countryside and wooded walks, even better if you've brought the dog on holiday too. Alternatively with a car, there are plenty of other areas along this area of Wales to explore.
Head west for a hours drive to reach the pretty fishing village of Tenby and explore the history of the area at Tenby Castle.
For a more lively day out, a trip east from the park will get you to Swansea in 50 minutes for shopping, restaurants, bars and cinemas. Try out the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea Museum and Swansea Castle.
Perhaps the ideal day out might be a trip through Kidwelly and a stop at Kidwelly Castle for lunch before heading to Pembrey airport to watch the planes and an afternoon wander through the coastal woodlands in the area.