Little Kings Holiday Park was our base whilst exploring Pembrokeshire, and what a little gem we discovered.
A few miles from Tenby and a cracking list of attractions close by, we couldn’t wait to explore.
Little Kings is a small family run campsite, with standards that are high.
When I booked I asked for a pitch suited to families and we weren’t disappointed. Our location was great; close to the play park, green spaces to explore, safe for kids to play. We could all relax!
Little Kings is immaculately maintained by the super friendly staff, and some of the pitches have stunning sea views.
The facilities uphold Little King’s high standards; lots of clean showers, hot water and three large family bathrooms. Tick.
We especially enjoyed the seaside themed indoor swimming pool, free for guests, and open every day of the season. The pool is bright, clean and it’s warm; perfect for dodging a spot of rain.
The outdoor play area received a lot of attention from our kids. It’s right in the middle of the grass field where our caravan was pitched, perfect for keeping an eye on them. And we spent a few rainy evenings in the attractive indoor play area/games room. With seaside themed play equipment and amusements, plus a 2p slot machine (always a favourite) to entertain the kids.
Food is a biggie on our ‘things that make a place special’ list, and the on-site Tavern is another gem. We succumbed to its charms a couple of evenings, enjoying traditional home cooked food and fine local ales, whilst the kids got stuck into the seaside themed play facilities.
The shop – it’s well stocked and full of handy stuff, perfect for when you realise you forgot to pack the washing up liquid.
Things to do in Pembrokeshire
Wow, where to start. Pembrokeshire is stunning and there is a lot to discover. Here are a few highlights from our trip.
The iconic harbour town of Tenby is, more than likely, the most well known coastal town in Wales. It’s quaint and charming, and it’s easy to see why people fall in love with it, we have.
Tenby sits high on a hill with three amazing beaches stretching to the north, west, and south of the town. It’s hard to choose a favourite, but we threw down our towels on doggie-friendly South Beach.
We joined the throngs of visitors and wandered the narrow cobbled streets, peeked in gift shops, relaxed in cafes and explored the delightful harbour where we spent an hour with our crab lines.
Tenby is such an attractive destination its charm will get hold and you’ll want to come back, again and again.
A perfect mix of family fun activities with a farmyard theme. Our children loved getting up close to live animals and who doesn’t love milking a cow – even if it’s a model one. Our kids found the play facilities loads of fun, and there are fairground rides too which are both inside and outside, so be reassured, rain will not spoil your play.
Folly Farm, Begelly, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0XA, Tel: 01834 812731
Freshwater West & Freshwater East
These beautiful beaches are well worth a visit, we spent a sunny beach day at both. We talk about how beautiful they are on our post ‘Top ten dog-friendly beaches’.
Why so special?
Little Kings is an absolute gem and we wholeheartedly recommend it.
There’s a really good feeling about the place, perfect for adventures and safe play. It’s relaxed and peaceful, with families very much in mind.
The warm swimming pool, cosy Tavern and homecooked food,
Without a doubt, we will return. Pembrokeshire, we hope to see you soon, there are still so many places to visit….
Little Kings Holiday Park, Amroth Road, Ludchurch, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8PG
NB: Everything about our visit was organised and paid for ourselves, and all views expressed are entirely those of Curious Campers.
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