Rosehill Caravan Park
Near Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2
This listing was set live on the 12th January 2020
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
A laundrette with washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing facilities is available on the park. The site is dog-friendly. PLEASE NOTE: All the beds have mattress covers and are supplied with covered pillows, duvets (2 single and 2 double) and there are plenty of blankets but users need to bring their own bedding (sheets/pillow cases/duvet covers) and also towels/tea-towels.
Our private, family caravan is comfortable, well equipped and suitable for a young family or a couple. It is safely tucked away in the corner of the small, tranquil, dog-friendly Rosehill Caravan park (licensed for just 20 caravans) in easy reach of safe, sandy and dog-friendly beaches on the picturesque Pembrokeshire coast . When the family is not using it, we let it out simply to help cover the site costs, rather than as a business. As a result is it NOT SERVICED between users but this allows us to keep our hire costs lower. There is a full-size gas cooker, fridge, television/DVD player, gas fire, microwave, shower room with basin and separate toilet. The double bedroom has a 4ft 6in bed, spacious wardrobe and dressing table. The second bedroom has two 2ft 6 in wide single beds which can be pushed together to form one bed if required. It also has a small wardrobe. A small double unfolds from the seating area in the living space. We also provide a travel cot and high chair for infants.
On-park facilities include: WiFi, a launderette with washer and dryer facilities and picnic tables. There are also plans for a new children's play area.
The nearest beach is west-facing Broad Haven North which is located within the wide arc of Brides Bay. It is is a long, narrow sandy and pebble beach at high tide but, at low tide, a vast expanse of firm sand is revealed. Conditions are generally calm and, combined with the gently sloping sand, means that bathing is safe. There is a lifeguard service during high season.
There are a number of interesting rock pools at the northern end of the beach and some interesting geology including a number of sea stacks and natural arches.
The village of Broadhaven grew as a resort during the Victorian era and, despite its small size it has a rather grand sea front complete with promenade. It has a general store and post office, several pubs, a restaurant, tea rooms, cafe, take-away and shops that sell and hire-out water-sports gear.
Other beaches in easy reach include Littlehaven, Nolton Haven, Druidstone and St Brides.
Rosehill is just over 2 miles away from the market town of Haverfordwest, with its castle, located on the Cleddau River. Here there is a supermarket, petrol stations, the town museum, the Welsh Spitfire Museum, an excellent leisure centre and Picton Castle and Gardens. Haverfordwest is also close to the Preseli Hills which, along with the Pembrokeshire coast as a whole, are great for walking.
Further away, but still in easy reach, is the little city of St Davids with its cathedral, Marloes and the National Trust Bosherton Lily Ponds (well worth a visit), Pembroke and its castle (strongly advise taking part in its 'Knight Training School' if available as it is hilarious). For children and young people there is also Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo and Oakwood Theme Park.