Stone Pitt Caravan Park
Stone Pitt is a small family run caravan site, with self catering cottages and all year secure caravan storage. We also have static holiday home caravans.
The site is situated in the peaceful rural village of Begelly, in the county of Pembrokeshire, just two and a half miles from the picturesque seaside town of Saundersfoot
Facilities for Touring Caravans
* 36 Hard Stand pitches for caravans and motor homes
* 10 or 16 Amp Electric hook-ups for all Pitches
* Grey Water waste Drains on most Pitches
* Free Showers
* Laundry Facilities with Washing Machines & Tumble Driers
* DishWashing Facilities with Free Hot Water
* Children's Play Area
* Ice Pack Freezing Service
* Dedicated Children's Play Area
* Static Caravan Pitches available.
Pembrokeshire is a small friendly county on the southwest coast of Wales. It has a rugged coastline with high cliffs leading to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Wales, all of them within the largest coastal National Park. Yet only a short car journey inland are some of the most breath taking view of the Preseli mountains.
Stone Pitt is situated in the pleasant, peaceful village of Begelly, which is ideally situated to be a base for you to explore which ever part of Pembrokeshire you want. We are only 2 1/2 miles from the picturesque coastal village of Saundersfoot and 5 miles from the town of Tenby, with its 3 beautiful sandy beaches and a vast choice of places to eat and drink. There are also a large variety of shops catering for all your holiday needs.
Travelling inland you can savour the magnificent splendour of Pembrokeshires county town Haverfordwest, with it large castle overlooking the town, or visit the smallest city in the United kingdom - St. Davids - with its beautiful cathedral, along with many other places of interest.
For children the largest theme park in Wales - Oakwood - is only 3 miles away and Folly Farm for the younger children is in the village of Begelly itself.
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This page was last updated: 06 September 2011