The caravan has full Gas Central Heating and double glazing, enabling you to enjoy the facilities for most of the year, with the exception of January & February when Lydstep Beach is closed.
The caravan has one double bedroom and one twin bedded room, both with built in Wardrobes and storage cupboards. A double bed-settee in the lounge is also available for extra guests. The lounge area affords stunning views of the bay and has a 32” flat screen Free view TV, DVD player and a Radio/CD player. A selection of DVDs, books and games are available for your enjoyment.
A fully equipped fitted kitchen with a gas oven & hob, Fridge/Freezer, microwave, toaster, etc and a separate dining area, enables you to enjoy your meals whilst still taking in the views. There is also a Patio table and chairs on the veranda if you prefer Al fresco dining. A gas BBQ is also available for your use.
Duvets, pillows and mattress/pillow covers are provided but please bring your own bed linen, towels and tea towels. The bathroom has a large power- shower, hand-basin and toilet. All gas, electricity and water usage is included in the price. Short breaks or midweek breaks are available during off peak periods. (Off peak hire periods are Fri-Fri, Fri - Mon or Mon - Fri)
Lydstep Beach boasts a shop and laundrette facilities, a children’s park and play areas together with an Entertainment complex. Membership of the Entertainment Complex is available from the park reception for a small fee. The complex includes a heated indoor swimming pool and games area. A Park ranger provides a variety of daily activities for the children and free evening entertainment is provided in the clubhouse for the whole family. Details are available from reception.
The Clubhouse also provides a wide range of meals available all day. A variety of watersports are also available for the more adventurous. Lydstep Beach is well maintained and laid out to enable guests to enjoy both the beach and woodland areas. The site is adjacent to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and enjoys a variety of cliff walks and stunning views.
Local buses enable visitors to explore the extensive coastal walks and historic towns and villages. A visit to the historic walled town of Tenby is a must and from there a short boat trip enables you to explore the stunning Caldey Island. Local attractions also include Oakwood and Follyfarm together with Manor Farm Zoo and are all within easy reach of the park.