Trefalun Park

About Trefalun Park

Trefalun is a family run park that prides itself on a personal and friendly service with many families returning year after year. Set in 11 acres, where it nestles in part of Pembrokeshire’s finest scenery, the Park offers a quiet countryside setting for an enjoyable and relaxed caravanning or camping holiday.
The sheltered, flat, well kept grounds provide plenty of space for all. Children can delight in the safety of the enclosed play area or even feed one of the Park’s pets. Dogs are welcome at Trefalun Park. A special exercise area is provided especially for them.
Nearby Tenby offers plenty to do with its beautiful golden, sandy beaches an bustling harbour. Within the Medieval Town Walls the cobbled streets reveal delightful shops, restaurants and bars who cater for all manner of tastes and pockets.
Saundersfoot is another lively centre where fishing and sailing trips from its busy harbour will thrill both old and young alike.
The charming and picturesque village of St.Florence is renowned for its floral beauty and boasts a few quaint pubs.
. AA 4 Pennants

Additional Information

Open from December to December.

Price Info:

Rates: Tourers/Tents per two persons per night £15 – £27

Rates: Static caravans per week £190 – £640


  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Butane propane gas available
  • Central heating
  • Childrens play area on park
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • Electric hook up available
  • Motor vans admitted
  • Private Parking
  • Showers on park
  • Telephone
  • Tents admitted
  • Touring caravans admitted
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Wifi Internet Access


Accessibility Trefalun Park is a holiday caravan park that has some static caravans for hire but is predominantly for touring and camping. • Access is reasonable with the park being split between two fields. The reception area has limited access, as there are three steps to the main door with a threshold and one step down on the side door again with a threshold. • The upper field that incorporates the static caravans and thirty touring caravans has a tarmac road encircling it with four gentle integral speed ramps. Access to the static caravans is by steps with handrails ranging from 2 – 4 tread depending on its location. However, due to the caravans manufacture, no access is available within for wheelchairs as the width of corridors would not be sufficient to accommodate them. • The lower field is for touring caravans and tents and has a hardcore road that would only be accessible for wheelchairs with assistance and the ground conditions prevailing at the time. The dishwashing area and baby changing rooms both have ramps but all facilities within are at standard height. • The toilet and shower block is not accessible for wheelchairs but the adjoining unit is accessed by ramp and opened by Radar Key and has handrails positioned at low level sink, toilet and shower (with seat). Access to the laundry room would also be available to wheelchair users but washing machines, tumble dryers and hand washing sink are standard heights. • Whilst there is a public telephone this is enclosed in an old style “red kiosk” and as such has limited access. However, mobile phone reception is very good for Vodafone and Orange networks. • Train and bus stations are situated at Tenby, 3 miles from site, nearest bus stop to site is 1/2 mile from site entrance.