There can be few caravan parks with a holiday pedigree to match Rosebush. Originally laid out as part of a touring centre in 1876, the original ornamental lake now forms an attractive centerpiece for the holiday park, itself now over a quarter century old.
The view of the north is dominated by the looming outline of the Preseli Hills and their highest point, at Foel Cwm Cerwyn, 1760ft, can be reached on foot from the park within an hour.
The park, although only eight miles inland from the north coast resort of Newport, is very much off the beaten tourist track. The result is a relaxed calm, difficult to match elsewhere.
There are fantastic walks / cycle ways through the Preseli Hills. Access to a well-stocked lake is on your doorstep, leave your rod set up and after a day’s activity, relax by the lake. Pant Mawr the home of real Welsh Farmhouse cheeses, call in and have a coffee and sample some of their produce, whilst enjoying the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Step back in time, enjoy The Tafarn Sinc, the highest licensed pub in Pembrokeshire, located, in the heart of the village. Take a short car ride to one of Pembrokeshire’s beaches at Newport, or wander around the lovely boutique shops and cafes in Narberth this holiday home offers opportunities for all the family.
We look forward to welcoming you.