In the heart of the breathtaking Pembrokeshire Coast National Park sits Fishguard Bay Resort, offering some of the most panoramic and stunning views in the UK; a place where the cliffs plunge down to the golden sandy beaches and smugglers’ coves below. This completely unique position on the coast provides holidaymakers peace and tranquillity and the very best of what nature has to offer. It is a walker's paradise, with many paths and trails starting from Fishguard Bay Resort and winding along the coastline and beyond. Fishguard Bay Resort has been described as ‘a little piece of heaven on earth,’ where you can leave the world behind, relax, recharge, rejuvenate and quietly blow the dust from your soul.
At Fishguard Bay Resort we provide guests with the chance to relax in unrivalled luxury for an unforgettable stay; our friendly and professional staff are onsite to make sure your holiday is the best it can be. You can choose from a range of luxury lodges, static caravans, glamping pods or bring your own and book a pitch on the immaculate touring or camping site - wherever you are, you can be assured of the very highest standards and wonderful views. Some of our accommodation has private hot tubs, so you can sit back in the bubbles, drinking bubbly, and watch the sun go down over Fishguard Bay. Conscious of the unique space in which we occupy in the National Park, every effort is made to blend the accommodation beautifully into the landscape, and we pride ourselves on our commitment to the local ecology; we are the proud recipients of the David Bellamy Gold Award.
Behind Fishguard Bay Resort stretches the rest of gorgeous Pembrokeshire, and if you ever do feel the need to leave the resort then you can discover just what this National Park has on offer. Some of the very best beaches in the world - many are Blue Flag and Green Coast rated - are on your doorstep, with many providing good swimming and other activities, such as watersports, beach games and rock-pooling. A 186-mile coastal path is just a stones thrown away, with widlflower strewn paths to wander down - a nature lovers delight. Throughout the county, you’ll find every form of outdoor activity you could imagine, as well as adventure parks, theatres, boat excursions, incredible places to eat and beautiful towns and villages to explore. Wander across the heather-brushed Preseli Hills and find the source of the famous Stonehenge bluestones, marvel at the birthplace of the first Tudor king Henry VII, Pembroke Castle, or marvel at the delights of the ancient burial stones at Pentre Ifan.
If all that all sounds far too strenuous, then just sit back at the resort, take in the glorious views, possibly spotting a dolphin in the waves below or a gull swooping and hovering in the thermals overhead and watch the setting sun melting silently into the spectacular sky.
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