Trefach is centrally located to explore all over the Pembrokeshire county. Below is just some of the exciting attractions Pembrokeshire has to offer and what is nearby.
Narberth is a quaint little market town located just 10 miles from the park. Multi coloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings line the high street which has developed quite a reputation as a shopper’s heaven. Independent shops selling a whole range of exquisite items from fine art to fine food rub shoulders with vintage and antique shops. Then when a well earned rest is needed, there are award winning cafes, pubs and restaurants galore to rest your weary feet.
Crymych is the best starting point for a walk over The Preselis called The Golden Road, an ancient track way along the ridge of the mountains. Highlights on the route includes Foel Drygarn, a Bronze Age and Iron Age hill fort and Carn Menyn where you can see outcrops of spotted dolerite, thought to be the place where the Stonehenge Bluestone originates from.
For the Children
Folly Farm is one of the most popular attractions in Wales and only 14 miles from Trefach. There are many other attractions within a 20 minute drive Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Heatherton and much more. (Leaflets can be found within the clubhouse for all major attractions in the area)
For the Explorers
If you like to explore whilst you’re on holiday, then you have chosen the right holiday park and county. Trefach being centrally located in Pembrokeshire is ideal to get around without too long a drive. Pembrokeshire boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK and if you like walking Pembrokeshire is best known for its coastal footpath which winds its way around the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain.
Below is some useful links to plan your visit: