Ynglŷn â Noble Court Holiday Park
Open from March to November.
- Advanced booking in peak time
- Bed linen for hire
- Bed linen free of charge
- Cafe or restaurant on park
- Caravans for sale
- Childrens play area on park
- Credit Debit card accepted
- Disabled access statement available
- Dogs by arrangement
- Electric hook up available
- Ground floor rooms
- Liquor licence/licensed club or bar on park
- Motor vans admitted
- Non smoking bedrooms
- Outdoor heated pool
- Short Breaks available
- Showers on park
- Touring caravans admitted
- TV in room/unit/static caravan
- Vegetarian diets
- Washing machine launderette available
How many steps are there to the entrance?
There are no steps to the reception at Noble Court. There are no steps to the toilet and shower block for the touring and camping field. There are accessible disabled toilets at both the touring and camping field shower block.
How many holiday homes for hire have ramp access and a spacious interior?
None of the holiday homes to hire at Noble Court have ramp access, although all of the holiday homes have spacious and uncluttered interiors.
Are there bedrooms adapted for wheelchair use?
There are no holiday homes to hire which have been adapted for wheelchair users at Noble Court at present. We would highly recommend calling the Park on 01834 861908 to discuss any mobility queries.
Are assistance dogs welcome?
Visitors are more than welcome to bring assistance dogs to Noble Court.
Can wheelchairs be hired?
Although wheelchairs cannot be hired from the site itself, there is a facility in a nearby town which hires out both manual and electric chairs.
Are staff trained in disability awareness?
Many of the staff at Noble Court have been trained in disability awareness, and there is an ongoing training programme.
Is accessible information available? large print brochures – audio – Braille?
We have tried to make all of our literature and web sites accessible to all, however, upon request we can send out large print versions.
Westbound from the M4 – at the end of the M4, follow the A48 for Carmarthen. At Carmarthen, follow the A40 to the first roundabout after Llanddewi Velfrey and take the second exit signed A40. Take the first turning on your left signed B4313 Narberth & Noble Court. The park is situated a third of a mile from the junction on the left hand side.
We’re not that far from Narberth Train station, and if you’re feeling full of the holiday spirit you can walk – making your holiday potentially carbon free! Certainly if you bring your bikes, it’s a very easy ride to the Holiday Park. Public transport links can be found at www.traveline,cymru.