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Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park in Pembrokeshire

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Popular, spacious, level site set in Pembrokeshire National Park with SEA VIEWS towards St Brides Bay. Ideal family holiday location. REDLANDS is specifically designed for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents and offers 32 hard standing pitches. The tenting area offers two sized pitches and specialising in XXL pitches for particularly large tents or those who prefer more personal space. Redlands is family run & personally supervised by the owners who offer a warm welcome & maintain the grounds and on-site facilities to a very high standard. In addition to the Toilet and Shower Block there is a small shop, laundry, deep freezers,indoor washing-up area, dog walk, payphone, wi-fi and gas sales.
Graded Four Stars by Visitwales with many returning customers year on year. Special Offers operate during low season. Book 7 nights and only pay for 5 or book 4 nights and pay for 3. Pitches from only £15.30 per night.Full details and tariff can be found on the website link.
Close the the quaint holiday villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven where visitors will find pubs and cafes for eating our. The county town of Haverfordwest and the sea port of Milford Haven are both approx 7 miles away.

Redlands is only one mile from the famous coastal path and is an ideal base for walkers and those who enjoy all watersports.

Boat trips to Skomer Island to see the puffins are well worth a visit in June and early July. With many family attractions and the beautiful surrounding countryside, Pembrokeshire offers so much more...........

01437 781300 office open until 9.00pm

Sorry - No Vans or commercial vehicles, campfires or burning of wood. Max 2 dogs in peak season.

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We are a family with a caravan and we visited Pembrokeshire again this Easter. Redlands had been recommended to us by a neigbour and we were very happy with the choice.
The park is situated near to Little Haven with easy access on the B4327 direct from Haverfordwest, so no problem for larger units.The site is generally very level with many hard standings and takes tourers and tents. (no statics). There is one toilet & shower block, which although not modern, is smart, tidy and clean - exactly what you want.There is a laundry area and a useful utility room for washing up with deep freezers and information leaflets. There is not a childrens play area but large open spaces for them to run around, so not a problem. Main shops in Haverfordwest but local supermarket at Broad Haven. Little Haven has pubs and a seafront cafe so eating out is easy. All the beaches in the area are great and all so different. We liked Solva,Marloes and Dale.
The family has decided to return again in the summer for more exploring in hopefully warmer conditions.We are confident in recommending Redlands to our friends.
Clark Family (9th Apr 2013)
Response from Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park
Thank you so much for taking the time to review and for booking again since your return. See you in the summer. May 2013
Just returned from a weeks family camping at this site. We were most impressed with the high standards of cleanliness and attention to detail around the site. The owners obviously try hard to keep things neat and tidy. Toilet /shower blocks are spotless. Free use of freezers. Only possible complaint was that showers were in short supply at busy times (had to queue once in 8 days)! Otherwise no complaints at all and would definately return.
Pickford (31st Jul 2011)
Response from Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park
Lovely review - thanks.
We stayed at this site over the recent bank holiday weekend, and the whole family throughly enjoyed themselves!! We were walmly welcomed and guided to our pitch (which I was pleased by its size) and enjoyed unzipping my tent and seeing the sea in the morning. Have to say compared to other sites we've been to, the toilet block was clean and had hot showers, which were much appreciated. There was plently of space for the children to play their games, and they enjoed making friends with other children there. Will be returning next year!!!! :D
Russell (5th Jun 2011)
Response from Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park
Your comments are much appreciated. Thank you. We look forward to seeing you all again.
The actual site is very nice, good facilities and kept really clean. However, the owners are like Basil and Sybil Fawlty. We were scolded for pitching the tent where the car shld have been,male shouted, 'I told you to park your car inbetween the 2 posts with white markings put specifically there'. I argued that the grass in front of the tent was dead and muddy and we just wanted our tent to face a greener bit of our alloted pitch, however, were told in no uncertain terms to pitch up or lose our money !!! . The female was extremely sullen and we felt they were doing us an extreme favour allowing us onto their park. We paid a fortune for this treatment too :o(
matthew davies (28th Mar 2011)
Response from Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park
We would like to thank Mr Matthew Davies for his remarks regarding the standard of our facilities. Unfortunately, we do not recall his visit and we could not find a record of his booking under that name otherwise we could have contacted him personally.We would just like to point out that the pitches are marked in a specific way in order to A) adhere to fire regulation rules and B)keep the worn patches in one place.If campers ignore these guidelines, safety measures are compromised and driving a car over a muddy patch would make it worse for the next person.It would appear that Mr Davies wanted to pitch in the Fire Gap. We take customer satisfaction very seriously and, indeed, if anyone is not happy they would be told that they are free to leave and have their money back.It is very regretfull that Mr Davies felt agrieved.