Pantglas Farm is owned by the Southerton family, Joy, Mike and daughter Tricia. Pantglas is a quiet site set in the rolling hills of Pembrokeshire, with breathtaking views of Carmarthen Bay and the Gower peninsular. Their park is within easy reach of the pretty walled fishing harbour town of Tenby and the bustling resort of Saundersfoot.
Along the south west coastline a number of golden sandy coves make perfect destinations for a relaxing day on the beach. For the more adventurous there are many activity centres and leisure parks within a 15 mile radius of the site.
The park is set in four enclosures on a 14 acre site, consisting of 86 touring pitches, all of which are on hard standings with 10 amp electric hook-ups. There are also three specified camping areas for tents which are level and grassed.
Tavernspite,nr. Amroth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA34 ONS