Haven has got its hands on a holiday park offering self-catering cottages. The company has bought Celtic Haven on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
Celtic Haven offers stunning views of the sea and is next to Haven’s existing Lydstep Beach holiday park, offering great partnerships between the two locations.
The new park has a range of facilities such as an Elemis spa, a nine-hole golf course, a gym and pool as well as a taste of Italian cuisine in the Waves restaurant. Visitors can also enjoy activities at Lydstep Beach for additional marine fun and evening entertainment.
Graham Plant, operations director for Haven says: “We are delighted to add Celtic Haven to our wider Haven family. We have partnered the resort with our nearby Lydstep Beach holiday park, allowing us the chance to offer further facilities to guests and our owners.”
With Celtic Haven offering all year round accommodation, it’s a great choice for people wanting a couple’s romantic getaway, fun-filled family holiday, dog-friendly coastal break or a group get-together in Tenby. Cottages such as the Manor House sleep 12 people while others have room for between eight and 10 people. Each cottage is modern and has a hot tub.
Lovers of the Pembrokeshire coast will already know Blue Flag Lydstep Beach but there’s also the beautiful 19th century Lydstep House and gardens, the first class marine department where kayaks and paddleboards can be hired to explore the beautiful bay.