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Whitewell Holiday Park

Lydstep Beach, Tenby SA70 7RY, UK

If you are camping at the Whitewell Holiday Park for a single night a short weekend break or for your annual caravan holiday. This site will help you plan your vacation.

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To help plan your holiday we have included detailed information on nearby Tenby restaurants, places of interest ,Tenby Videos, pictures and more about the Surrounding Area . To book a camping holiday at the Whitewell Holiday Park you can book by phone using the following phone number 01834 871569 To learn more about the campsite, the website address is

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Reviews of Whitewell Holiday Park

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Dai Weaver- Very nice campsite. Clean showers and toilets. Good drainage on fields during heavy rain. I would rate 5 stars but it is a bit noisy on weekends. Not the sites fault I know but on the website it said they tell everyone to keep the noise down after 11pm. Well there was a party going on till 3 and the security didn't do much in the way of stopping it. Apart from that I would recommend it. overall 4.0 out of 5
Reviewed on 30/8/2018

Toby Squires- This a reasonably large (or feels so) site and has a reception with very helpful staff, and a restaurant and take away. The premium pitches, which are the ones with power, are clearly marked and fenced, and generous in size, with their own drinking water supply. What's annoying is the extra charges. Standard pitch is about £25 but if you need an electric hook-up, it's £36 ( premium pitches) and the electricity is charged on top of that (£2 for one night), which is card controlled and a faff. Showers were 50p for 5 mins but with the meter outside the cubicle, that might not be enough, unless your happy to undress, then leave to feed the meter (fine for me, but wife and daughter not keen). I knew the "just a step away from the beach" was stretching the truth, from reading previous reviews ( you have to walk up the side of the road, then cut through the holiday park opposite), and the beach is sharp stones, so not much fun to be on. In summary, not a bad site but a little honesty in the website would make for a happier stay. overall 3.0 out of 5
Reviewed on 24/8/2018

Ian Sherwood- If you like Ryan Air, you will love this campsite. The management are rude and money grabbing, everything you want has a price despite paying fairly high prices for the pitch. If you pay for an electric pitch, you still have to pay for the electric (which keeps tripping). If you want a shower, you have to pay for it and the meters for the £1 coin is outside the cubicle. If you want to take your dog, they charge by the day for it. We put a gazebo up for one day when the weather was bad and the obnoxious little manager harassed us on three separate occasions to come and pay him £10 for the pleasure. If he could somehow charge you for brushing your teeth he really would. If you light a BBQ, you are permitted to only use it for the cooking of food and then immediately extinguish it, you are not permitted to leave it burning for warmth. You are not permitted any flames in it, even for kindling wood to light the coals! This is an all year round rule by the way, not related to the recent dry spell in any way. The BBQ police come round regularly through the evening and walk into your pitch to make sure you are cooking and that there are no flames. The toilet doors are bigger than the frames they reside in so you have to sit with one leg out-stretched to hold it closed. The beach they claim to be a short walk is in fact a fair walk down a busy A road with no pavement and then through the middle of a caravan park, over a mile in total. There is so much more I could say but the character limit of Google reviews prevents me. I really recommend you avoid this site, you will regret it if you stay here. overall 1.0 out of 5
Reviewed on 19/8/2018

Lisa- A nice clean, very friendly family run site but not great for campers. The pitching field is the most open to the elements and closest to the coast so full on coastal breeze and farthest from everything on site. The toilets, showers and wash up area are really far from the campers field. I will never understand sites that put mobiles and hardstands for caravans and camper vans all around the facilities when it's the campers that actually need them!! To make it even more difficult they've installed a sheep wire fence the whole length of the electric pitches AND and man made soil wall on the campers side so that you can't even cut through to the toilet block you have to walk the full length of the field and all the way around. It was a long walk in the dark and lashing rain with small kids to go to the toilet. The ground in slightly hilly but easy to peg. However the man made soil mounds/wall with strimmed grass clippings provided the perfect spot for rodents to live witch tunnelled under our tent and kept us awake and then chewed through the tent floor. the bar is comfortable but a bit dated, Not much in the kids arcade which was fine because they couldn't spend all their pocket money! The two playgrounds are tiny and really only toddler sized stuff. The only access to Lydstep Beach is pedestrian only via the private Static mobile site across the road. It's a good 10 min walk downhill to the cove so you need to travel lightly to the beach as its an even longer walk up!! I can't fault the people running the site they were fantastic but just based on proximity to the facilities (and the fact my large tent was eaten) we all said we would never camp there again. And it's such a pity! overall 3.0 out of 5
Reviewed on 4/8/2018

Michelle Thompson- Fantastic site perfect for families. The meadows was spacious with electric hook up and water tap. Great facilities very clean toilet and shower area. High washing up facilities for a change. Very friendly helpful staff give a warm welcome to this family run site. Bar well stocked , entertainment room great for kids. When we return to Tenby we will definitely stay at Whitewell again! A true gem of a find! overall 5.0 out of 5
Reviewed on 31/5/2018

Overall review rating 3.20 out of 5 based upon 5reviews

Location of Whitewell Holiday Park

Nearby Campsites
If you need Someware to stay during your visit to Whitewell Holiday Park, why not check out our caravan and capmping section where you will find details, in depth reviews, Videos, pictures and more about the Surrounding Area for all the Campsites near Whitewell Holiday Park. 0 miles away is Whitewell Holiday Park located in Tenby and is one of Whitewell Holiday Park's closet Campsite. Another nearby camping destination is Lydstep Beach situated in Tenby and is 1.2 miles away. 1.5 miles away is Celtic Haven Self-Catering Cottages located in Tenby. Another alternatvte is Happy Acre located 1.64 miles away and in Tenby.
Whitewell Holiday Park

Situated near Tenby and -0.0  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.
Lydstep Beach

Situated near Tenby and 1.2  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.
Celtic Haven Self-Catering Cottages

Situated near Tenby and 1.5  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.
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Nearby Restaurants
If you fancy a really good meal out during your stay, then why not try one of Tenby's renowned Restaurants or Pubs. . 0.74 miles away is Waves Italian Bar and Restaurant at Celtic Haven located in Tenby and is one of Whitewell Holiday Park's closet Restaurants . Another nearby eating abd drinking destination is Lydstep Tavern situated in Tenby and is 0.76 miles away. 0.81 miles away is Waves located in York. Another alternatvte is Trefloyne Manor located 0.91 miles away and in Tenby.
Waves Italian Bar and Restaurant at Celtic Haven

Situated near Tenby and 0.7  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.
Lydstep Tavern

Situated near Tenby and 0.8  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.

Situated near York and 0.8  miles away, as the crow flies from Whitewell Holiday Park.
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Surrounding Area
Penally is one of the many areas surrounding Tenby. Others include Saint Florence, Gumfreston and Manorbier

Tne nearby Walwyn's Castle is only one of the many historic places in Tenby. Other historical places of interest include Wolf's Castle , Holwell Castle and Kenwith Castle

2.06 miles away is Trefloyne Golf Club Tenby's closet golf course, nearby golf couses include Gaudet-Luce Golf Leisure Complex , Marriott Worsley Park Golf Club and Brierley Forest Golf Club

If your flying to Tenby the nearest airport to Tenby is Haverfordwest Aerodrome being 31.31 miles away, Pembrey Airport is 40.44 miles away and Swansea is 62.07 miles from Tenby Tenby Surrounding Area