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Peace and quiet

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Facilities and cleanliness

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Location

Rated 5 of 5

Good for families

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.
Caravanner from Devon

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