As much as we love our little ones, they are expensive bundles of joy and with the holidays fast approaching its hard to find family friendly fun on a budget.
With birthday parties to attend, school trips they cannot miss and what seems new clothes every minute. We’ve had a look to see how you can save yourself some money on your holiday to Pembrokeshire this year.
Play tag, build sand castles or just soak up some sun on one of Pembrokeshire beaches. Some of the best in the world are here in Pembrokeshire. In 2015 Wales was awarded 41 Blue Flag awards and Pembrokeshire proudly holds 11 along with 11 Green Coast Awards.
Blue Flag: Amroth, Broadhaven Central, Coppet Hall, Dale, Lydstep, Newgale, Tenby North, Tenby South, Castle Beach Tenby, Whitesands, Saundersfoot.
Green Coast Awards: Abereiddy, Barafundle, Broadhaven South, Cwm yr Eglwys, Druidstone Haven, Freshwater East, Marloes, Martin’s Haven, Penally, Priory Bay Caldey Island, West Dale.
Have a Picnic and take in the Pembrokeshire Coast.
You could take a stroll on the of Pembrokeshire’s Costal Paths to see some of the lovely Pembrokeshire coastline as well as Pembrokeshire countryside. There are some great walks on Pembrokeshire’s Coastal path where you can even take toddlers and a pram. Why not have a picnic lunch while overlooking some of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast. Marloes Peninsula is one of our favourites and Redford Caravan Park is just over 26 miles away. With wetlands featuring wild birds Ducks and Geese and if you are lucky enough you might see a short eared owl in the marsh. You also have great views of the Skokholm, Skomer and Grassholm islands.
You can see all the “Pembrokeshire’s Walks for all” here.
Bring Your Bike
Get on your bike and explore Canaston woods. Race through the woodland scenery splashing through muddy puddles and whizzing through the leaves under the dappled light of Canaston woods leafy canopy. Or take a gently ride through and admire the snowdrops and bluebells that carpet the floor.
Take a Trip Back in Time.
Pembrokeshire is filled with exciting castles and fortresses to explore and play in. With Narberth Castle just over 2 miles away from Redford Caravan Park, your little ones can run around and pretend to be knights saving the day or fairy princesses casting sparkly spells.
Things you can do for free at Redford Caravan Park
Weather you’ve brought your own touring caravan or hired a static caravan there are lots of free things to enjoy as a family or on your own.
Splish, Splash, Splosh
From Spring Bank until early September the heated outdoor swimming pool is free to use while staying at Redford Caravan Park and has just had a brand new boiler and pool cover so it will be nice and toasty for those relaxing holiday swims or splish, splash, splosh playing holiday fun.
Relax With a Drink While Your Children Play
Ok so the drinks in the Club House might not be free but the entertainment is and so is the indoor bouncy castle. So why don’t you come and have a relaxing drink while your little ones play and make new friends.
Redford Caravan Park is a family friendly park that welcomes pets, we are set on the outskirts of Pembrokeshire’s National Park and is surrounded by the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast making it the perfect place to stay while exploring Pembrokeshire.