Samuel Kurtz, MS visits Freshwater East
The Caravan and Motorhome Club were delighted to welcome Samuel Kurtz, MS of Carmarthen West & South Pembrokeshire on a tour of our Freshwater East Club Campsite last week to celebrate Wales Tourism Week.
Leased from the National Park Authority, Freshwater East Club Campsite offers our members 129 touring pitches, of which 75 are hardstanding and is open from March to October for both members and non-member guests. There are also 4 camping pitches. It is a popular site for our members, even though it is not open all year round.
Image of Freshwater East Club Campsite staff, Emma McQuillan (Head of Governance) and Samuel Kurtz.
The Club campsite underwent a major redevelopment in 2016 of £1.2m which saw the refurbishment and enlargement of the reception building and a new upper site toilet block and refurbishment of the lower site toilet block. The play equipment was replaced and many pitches were upgraded.
Freshwater East Club campsite offers guests many picturesque walks along the coastal path with stunning cliff-top views. A stretch of long, sandy beach is minutes away, with rock pools and coves for exploring at one end. You will be spoilt for choice for castles to visit in the area - take your pick from Pembroke, Manorbier or Carew with its restored tidal mill and pond. If you have a pooch they will be spoilt for choice, with plenty of dog-friendly beaches nearby. A visit to Barafundle Bay (only accessible by foot) and Broadhaven beaches is a must, and taking in Bosherton lily ponds is highly recommended. Or head in the opposite direction to the popular walled town of Tenby with its colourful harbour, sandy beaches and boat trips to Caldey Island.