Celtic Holiday Parks gets a double first
Celtic Holiday Parks, the Pembrokeshire leisure group, is celebrating after winning two industry awards.
Now in its 20th year, Celtic Holiday Parks, won the ‘Best camping and caravan park’ category award in the Welsh Enterprise Awards for its three parks.
In addition, the company won the best local independent business trophy in the Pembrokeshire Business Awards.
Owner of Celtic Holiday Park, Huw Pendleton, said winning two awards was “the icing on the cake of a hugely successful year.”
“We are absolutely over the moon with these honours which have come as we mark two decades of welcoming visitors and holiday home buyers to Pembrokeshire.”
“Both awards are particularly significant to us as a major part of the judging criteria was the quality of the hospitality which we provide to holiday guests.
“Maintaining a friendly and welcoming atmosphere at our parks has always been an important priority, and so we owe a big debt of gratitude to our staff for helping us deliver this.”
The three parks owned by Celtic Holiday Parks are Croft Country Park and Noble Court Park, both in Narberth, and Meadow House Park, which overlooks Amroth Bay.
Aimed at families, holidaymakers who want to own or rent lodges or caravan holiday homes. Plus, touring caravanners and motorhome owners are welcome.
Its three parks hold Gold level David Bellamy Conservation Award status due to their commitment to protecting nature.
Find out more about Celtic Holiday Parks here: www.celticholidayparks.com