Celtic Holiday Parks has treble reason to celebrate. The well-known Pembrokeshire company, which is revelling in its 20th year in the tourism trade, has scooped two top awards in its special anniversary year.

It’s won the best full-service camping and caravan park – Pembrokeshire in the 2019 Welsh Enterprise Awards hosted by SME News and the Pembrokeshire Business Awards’ Local Independent Business Award. “We are absolutely over the moon with both awards,” said Huw Pendleton, owner of Celtic Holiday Parks with his parents Vic and Ann. “As owners of Celtic Holiday Parks, we are delighted to receive these prestigious awards as recognition of the wonderful holiday parks we’ve proudly created for visitors over the last 20 years.” “As we celebrate this major milestone, we look forward to welcoming visitors, many who have become friends over the years, to Pembrokeshire.”

There are three parks in the Celtic family – Meadow House Holiday Park, Amroth, Croft Country Park, Reynalton, and Noble Court and Celtic Escapes, Narberth. Each with its own unique features, settings and atmospheres – from the tranquillity of a woodland countryside, breath taking cliff top scenery with outstanding sea views, or the expanse of a sweeping valley and extensive grounds, the combination of which makes for a superb holiday in Pembrokeshire. Added Huw: “On behalf of the Pendleton family, thank you to everyone who voted for us and we look forward to welcoming you at one of our parks.”

For further information about Celtic Holiday Parks visit www.celticholidayparks.com

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Left to right – Presenter Charles Dale; Charles Huw Pendleton MD, Celtic Holiday Parks; Cllr David Simpson, Leader, Pembrokeshire County Council; Connie Fisher, Presenter