Windmill Hill Caravan Park
Windmill Hill Caravan Park is a family-run park and working dairy farm. The park is ideal for unwinding and enjoying the country side in one of Britain's most spectacular areas. There is outstanding natural beauty and historical heritage in abundance around this part of the country.
The park offers friendly and personal service and has many families returning year after year. There is a special exercise area provided for dogs. The site features spacious and well-maintained shower and washing areas. There is a separate area designed for disabled guests. There is also a small laundrette available on-site.
There are two fields on Windmill Hill Caravan Park, one for camping and one for caravans. The camping area is all grassy and some of the pitches have electrical hook-ups. The caravan field is adjacent and all of the pitches are hard standing. They are big enough for most caravans including awning and car so you won't have to worry about getting stuck in the mud. Although the site's pitches are large there are still plenty of plants and trees so the site keeps it natural countryside feeling.
There are many beautiful beaches surrounding Pembrokeshire. You can go to Fresh Water East to launch boats off of the slip way. Fresh Water West on the other hand is one of the best surfing beaches in Britain. You can enjoy the safe and golden sands at Broad Haven or the clear blue waters at the famous Barafundle Bay which is renowned for its beauty and feeling of paradise.
For the Family
? Oakwood theme park, Folly Farm, and Heatherton are all good family days out offering something for all ages.
For the Golfer
? There are a number of 18 hole golf course in the area, South Pembs being the closest parkland course and with Haverfordwest and Trefloyne.
? Tenby has a challenging links course which over looks the picturesque Caldey Island.
For the Historian
? There are numerous historical places to visit, Pembroke castle, Carew Castle, St Davids Cathederal and Dylan Thomas' Boat House at Llaugharne are but a few definite must do days out.
Walkers and Cyclists
? Pembrokeshire is second to none, the scenery is superb and will definitely take your breath away.
For the Rock Climber
? An annual visit to Pembrokeshir should be on every climbers calander.