Enjoy the best of both worlds (two holiday parks for the price of one) when you stay at the sister park which is quiet, secluded Penally Court Holiday Park Tenby – because you’ll also be able to use all the facilities at Kiln Park Holiday Centre, just a mile down the road! With only a few static caravans on Penally Court Holiday Park, you can sit back and have a relaxing holiday, taking time to enjoy the peace and quiet that Penally Court has to offer.
Penally Court has around 100 static caravans on site and is set in the village of Penally. As you come out of the park, if you turn right up to Lydstep, you will make your way up a windy road with great little beaches and coves, including Manorbier, which makes a great day out.
When you want to get involved in something a little more lively just head down the road to Kiln Park where there are loads of great activities and entertainment - so what are you waiting for - book today for some great holidays.
Penally Court Holiday Park - is close to the popular walled seaside town of Tenby and the magnificent surrounding coast.
This small (but great) holiday park offers a relaxing family holiday, while the delights of Pembrokeshire and the glorious coast and beaches are all waiting to be discovered nearby.
Close to Penally Court - you can walk across the dunes, although the path can be closed as it crosses a rifle range. The beach has previously won a Seaside Award (Rural) and a Green Coast Award. Have a trip to Tenby to stock up with groceries for your self-catering in Penally, or take advantage of the village pubs, which both serve good food and real ales and are dog-friendly. The Cross Inn has lovely sea views. The village has an interesting history: in the 19th Century, it was a busy port and shipbuilding centre. It also had limestone quarries, brickworks and around nine lime kilns.