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Haven Pennally Court Reviews

Haven Pennally Court Reviews

| On 27, Jan 2014

Pennally Court Holiday Park

Looking for some peace and quiet? Perhaps you are taking a young family for their first holiday?  If so then Pennally Court is a perfect place to holiday. It is a small park but that does not mean lack of facilities as guests staying at Pennally Court get free use of the services and facilities at the nearby Haven Kiln Park. There is even a free mini bus to take you there and bring you back so staying at Pennally Court really does give you the best of both worlds.

Accommodation on offer includes a range of eight different caravan types. Starting with the Standard caravan, perfect for those families looking for a base for an outdoors type of holiday and ranging up to the Platinum caravan with much more space and fixtures that makes it feel just like a home from home. Available in either two or three bed roomed configuration each caravan also has a double sofa bed so can sleep either six or eight people making them large enough for most family sizes. There is also a range of Adapted Caravans with special kitchen, bathroom and bedroom layouts that are designed for guests with special mobility requirements. These caravans are also perfect for visitors who have registered assistance dogs.

Facilities & Activities

A short bus ride takes you to the vast range of facilities that are on offer at nearby Kiln Park. With as heated indoor pool and an outdoor water splash area the kids are going to love the pool facilities at Kiln Park. As well as the pools there is also a range of organised water activities that includes a free Water Confidence session as well as TurboGliderz, Learn2Swim and AquaJets amongst others which are available for a small extra charge.

There is also a good range of sports facilities and activities at Kiln Park that includes a large grass sports field, tennis courts and if you feel like improving your skills there are coaching sessions in archery, footie and fencing. The park also provides a number of organised activities such as Body zorbing and the very popular Bush craft where the kids can learn the essentials of wilderness survival , just in case!

If you are looking beyond the park, and why not in this stunning part of the world, then there are National Park Ranger walks, Karting in nearby Withybush and fishing trips to catch possibly the best tasting fish of all the Bass. History can come alive on visits to Carew Castle and Tidal Mill while the youngest children will enjoy getting close to farming at Clerkenhill Adventure Farm.

Why Here?

  • Peaceful atmosphere
  • Lots of activity at nearby Kiln Park
  • Good choice of accommodation
  • Plenty of sports activity
  • Pembrokeshire countryside

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