A beautiful countryside setting, minutes from beaches, conveniently set between the villages of Jameston and Hodgeston and just 6 miles from the picturesque walled town of Tenby.

Welcome

Set in the heart of beautiful countryside yet only minutes from beaches, Coastland Holiday Park is the ideal base from which to explore Pembrokeshire National Park.

We are wonderfully located, close to both beach and set within rolling countryside between the villages of Jameston and Hodgeston, just 6 miles from the picturesque walled town of Tenby. There are three beaches all within two miles: Manorbier, Swanlake, and Freshwater East with many others nearby.

We have fourteen modern, central heated holiday bungalows which are comfortably furnished throughout. There is a choice of two or three bedroom accommodation. Please call us for details on what we have available as each property has its own unique appeal. All the properties are planned for comfort and convenience.

We really want you to enjoy your stay with us. If you have any questions, please call on 01834 871908 or 07786 650040 and we will be very happy to help.

Coastland Holiday Park Team

The children will love playing in our play area with castle and swings.

Local Area

Pembrokeshire, Wales is a beautiful and unique county surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. A favourite location of artists, travellers, pilgrims and outdoor pursuits enthusiasts.

Pembrokeshire is an area of outstanding beauty with tremendous variety. From majestic cliffs to sand dunes, from broad river estuaries to cascading streams, from gently rolling arable land to rocky outcrop - all can be seen within a few miles of each other. To protect and preserve this beauty and the wildlife it supports we have the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, West Wales Trust and The National Trust.

The waterways were the ancient motorways allowing communication and trade from the earliest times. Pembrokeshire has the Atlantic Ocean on three sides. Its old Welsh name "Pen Fro" means ‘Land’s End’. And even inland you are never far from water - the yawning Milford Haven Estuary splits north from south then the twin Eastern and Western Cleddau rivers slice their way across the county, again the Welsh name is very descriptive - Cleddau means "Swords".

In modern times Pembrokeshire is seen as remote but this was not always so - St David got his wine direct from Constantinople! The Landsker line, a feature of the underlying geology also divides the county, into ‘the North’ and ‘Down Below’ or "Little England Beyond Wales". This division dates from Norman times when a series of castles were built along the Landsker to keep the Welsh out (or was it the ‘English’ in?). Pembrokeshire has a great number of fortifications from the ancient ring forts to the dramatic castles such as Pembroke, Manorbier, Carew and many others.

Beautiful and unique countyside surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe.

Look Around - Two Bed Bungalows

Sleeping four, our two bedroom, central heated accommodation comprises of:

  • Lounge with dining area, colour TV.
  • Bedroom 1 - full sized double bed.
  • Bedroom 2 - some properties have bunk beds, others have 2ft 6in single beds.
  • Fitted kitchen with electric cooker and refrigerator, wall and floor units.
  • Bathroom and toilet combined. Bath with power shower.
  • High chairs and cots available on request.
  • Pets allowed.

Beautiful and unique countyside surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe.

Look Around - Three Bed Bungalows

Sleeping six, our three bedroom, central heated accommodation comprises of:

  • Lounge with dining area, colour TV.
  • Bedroom 1 - full sized double bed.
  • Bedroom 2 - some properties have bunk beds, others have 2ft 6in single beds.
  • Bedroom 3 - twin bedded.
  • Fitted kitchen with electric cooker and refrigerator, wall and floor units.
  • Bathroom and toilet combined. Bath with power shower.
  • High chairs and cots available on request.
  • Pets allowed.

Beautiful and unique countyside surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe.

Reviews

There are three beaches all within two miles
Manorbier, Swanlake, and Freshwater East with many others nearby.

Bookings & Availability

Seasons

High Season: 23rd – 30th May / July 1st 2020 to August 31st 2020
Mid Season April 3rd – July 1st 2020 (NB: 23rd- 30th May high season)
Low Season August 31 st 2020 – November 1st 2020

Two Bed Bungalows
High Season £625 per week or £350 for a 4 Night Break
Mid Season £480 per week or £290 for a 4 Night Break
Low Season £450 per week or £265 for a 4 Night Break

Three Bed Bungalow
High Season £705 per week or £410 for a 4 Night Break
Mid Season £540 per week or £350 for a 4 Night Break
Low Season £480 per week or £330 for a 4 Night Break

Coastland Cottage - 2 Bedroom with own garden
High Season £675 per week or £380 for a 4 Night Break
Mid Season £530 per week or £320 for a 4 Night Break
Low Season £500 per week or £295 for a 4 Night Break

  • Professionally laundered sheets and towels included with all bookings.
  • We have dog friendly accommodation available for friendly dogs at a cost of £15 per dog per stay. Number of dogs and breed must be specified when making a reservation.

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01834 871908 / 07786 650040

Please phone us to make a booking.

For the best rates and to find out which of our properties suits you best,
call on 01834 871908 / 07786 650040.

How to find us

Coastland Holiday Park is in Manorbier, just six miles from beautiful Tenby, situated in wonderful countryside and very close to beaches.

Address:

Coastland Holiday Park
Manorbier
SA70 8QN

Tel:

01834 871908 or 07786 650040

E-mail: [email protected]

Directions

Situated in a beautiful, peaceful location just six miles from the popular resort of Tenby and within two miles of 3 beaches.

The holiday chalets are just off the A4139 coast road between the villages of Jameston and Hodgeston, approximately six miles from the medieval walled town of Tenby.