Pembrey Country Park Caravan Club Site

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Facilities closed too early

Lovely place but the facilities are closed early at 10.00 and we, several other disgruntled people think it’s at their convenience and not the paying guests.

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Abbey loved it

Our Daughter Abbey had the best time ever, playing in the park, meeting new friends, days on the beach and just being on the site. The wardens were really friendly, the reception was in glorious colour and milk and bread deliveries were fantastic each morning. One of best.

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Great site

A great location near Pembrey County Park & the beach. We cycled along the coast to Bury Port, a lovely little place. A great site for families.
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Great family site

Stayed here for three nights in June at the start of a seventeen night tour of Wales. Stayed on a fully serviced pitch which was excellent but on as picturesque as some of the grass pitches. Good facilities, friendly wardens and situated right next door to a wonderful country park which adjoins a stunning beaches. Just wished we had been there the following week when an RAF HERCULES did a night landing and take off.
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All round top site

A really well managed, clean site with an excellent team. Have to mention their beautifully kept flowers around reception. The Country Park is a fantastic space for families and the beach is beautiful and full of interest for beachcombers! We are golfers and the golf courses within easy reach, Ashburnham the closest and Glyn Abbey not much further away, are both great courses and very different from each other in character. Plenty of interesting walks around both in the Country Park and beyond. Definitely a site that would stand up to return visits.

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Great site

The site is on the edge of Pembrey Country Park which is wonderful with a wild and undeveloped feel. Amazing beach with views across to The Gower. The is a lot of history in the area from when it was a Royal Ordnance Factory site. Lots of walking and cycling trails. The Millennium Coastal Path from Pembrey to Llanelli (13 miles) takes you along the estuary with brilliant views and so peaceful (mostly flat and a few café stops). You pass a shrine to Stradey Park with the original rugby posts complete with saucepans. We also visited The National Botanical Garden of Wales, Dylan Thomas's birthplace and the Amelia Earhart Monument - all very interesting. The newly opened The Ship Aground Inn in Pembrey serves very good ales and lagers with very good pub food. Don't miss Daisy's Little Coffee Shop at the entrance to the Park - wonderful breakfasts and giant home made cakes - lovely staff. The web site shows the TV reception is poor and it is. No aerial points even on the serviced pitch bollards.
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Fabulous Site.

The site itself is wonderful. Peaceful and well maintained, with a very helpfulwarden team. The site is large and broken up by mature trees so doesn’t feel like a massive site. The park itself felt very run down and unloved to us, but through it there is access to miles of flat beach which would be ideal for children.
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Great Site

A lovely site on level ground. Staff very friendly and helpful. A great base to visit the local area. Fantastic local beaches - great for cycling on - when the tide has gone out, of course. Would use again, no hestitation.
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Excellent for cycling

Clean facilities, a bit pricey compared with the country parks own site. Peace and quiet interuppted by dogs. One couple had 8 dogs!! Some were puppies but think the club ought to limited numbers. Nice cycle ride to Llanelli on wide paths.

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Last minute booking and so glad we did!

Booked in here at the last minute as we'd been let down by a booking elsewhere (non CMC site) and so glad that this happened. Great site, plenty of space and good facilities. The grass pitches are fantastic - lots with shade and adjacent to woodland / parkland. Great walks straight from site into the country park, although the beach is a bit of a hike away (over a mile), but well worth the effort as it's miles and miles of virtually empty fine sand. Facilities a bit dated, but very clean (great site staff). We'll definitely be adding this to our 'visit regularly' list. One thing you don't see at many sites are the daily visits by a baker's van and someone selling newspapers etc. They drive around the site 'tooting' occasionally. A great addition.
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