Set away from busy roads and noisy towns, Grondre is well suited to families and couples who are looking to escape from it all and have a quiet, relaxing break. Located right on the border between Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, which means that the park is perfectly situated for all the fabulous attractions and breathtaking scenery the region has to offer. Combined with the park’s friendly atmosphere, this will surely create a truly memorable holiday experience.
Hire private holiday home rentals from Cherished Holiday Home on Grondre – Vale Holiday Parks. Superb static caravans and lodges available to hire direct from the owners.
At Vale Holiday Parks, you can enjoy family fun music festivals! Think 18th-century manor house and the words ‘value for money’ may not be the first to spring to mind. But Grondre Holiday Park three miles from Narberth has cleverly combined the two. Set in the grounds of an old manor house, Grondre has the style of old Wales matched with modern, family-friendly facilities and entertainment. There’s a stonewalled, beamed amusement hall on site with pool table and arcade games on site for starters, and a heated outdoor pool.
Bingo, quiz nights and other evening entertainment are all run in The Stable Inn during high season – the holiday park’s family pub, which has plenty of draughts on tap and proper Welsh food to eat in or take away.
And if the activities on site aren’t quite enough, Grondre’s Pembrokeshire-Carmarthenshire has easy access to many of the area’s most popular attractions including Oakwood and Folly Farm adventure parks. You just need to decide where to start…
Rental Season Grondre is open from march through to January.
Grondre Holiday Park,
A40 St. Clears, stay on A40 for approx 9m until Penblewin roundabout. Right A478 Cardigan, continue approx 0.5 mile until Grondre Vale Holiday Park sign.Explore the Pembrokeshire region