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Set in wonderfully landscaped grounds, The Village Holiday Park is a friendly, welcoming park that is perfectly located for exploring the secret coves and magnificent vistas of the Ceredigion coast.

The Village Holiday Park is situated in the village of Cross Inn and is just 1½ miles from New Quay. There are many country lanes that can lead you to many lovely locations nearby. You can visit the golden sands of New Quay which is a popular boating centre. Walking along cliff tops will afford you amazing views of the landscape and a chance to see rare birds, wild flowers and wildlife.

Nearby there are places to go golfing, fishing and sailing and there are craft workshops to visit. Also close by there is a village shop, a post office and a village pub.

The Vale Holiday Parks Group owns the Village Holiday Park. You will find Vale Holiday Parks in some of the most popular tourist areas of West Wales.

The Village Holiday Park has three ranges of accommodation to choose from. Check out their website to find out more information.

The park has great touring facilities for caravans and motor homes including a modern centrally heated toilet and shower facility, electrical hook-up points, hard standing pitches and level surfaces.


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Dogs allowed
Drain Hook-up
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Electric Shaver Point
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Outdoor Pool
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
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