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Visitor Reviews - Creampots Caravan And Camping Park

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Creampots Caravan And Camping Park
Broadway
Broad Haven
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire   (Browse area)
SA62 3TU   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01437 781 776

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Pitches: 61
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 94 Reviews
              9/10 from 94 Reviews


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Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Provence4 1 review from this member

Stayed at Creampots for the first time for a few days. Friendly welcome on arrival. The toilet and shower block is outdated but is clean, well stocked and has plenty of hot water. However, free WIFI is advertised but we could not access it at all whatever time we tried it - if free wifi is advertised then it should be available. Also, it is advertised as having 'first class facilities'. The facilities are far from first class - outdated with damp showing on shower room ceilings. No shop on site and calor gas advertised but non available. However, pretty site with adequate pitches.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Sarony 1 review from this member

We found this site on this site, as most of the sites in the area Creampots is down a lane but it has ample room for caravans to access so no issue there and it is well sign posted.

We had a tent pitch, the field is quite spacious with only 6 tents in while we were there all families, the utility block isn't that far although we recommend wellies or crocs to keep your shoes dry, the utility block is good the men's had two showers a 3 loos plus a shaving point, it is clean with plenty of hot water although every time I went in the loo floor was wet ?.

There's no club house so make your own entertainment as we did, our 7 yr old made friends easy and they have some football nets which helped this.

We would return again.

Lovely little place called little haven a stones through away some nice places to eat.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mjjones17 16 reviews from this member

Bit disappointed with this site this time.

Not the facilities or the location as it's as good as ever but more the attitude of the owners.

When I originally phoned to book I requested a hard standing pitch only to be told they don't allocate pitches until arrival.

So when we arrived I ask was there any hard standing pitches available as I had originally requested one and explained I was told I would be allocated one if available on arrival.

I was told there were none available so had to settle for a grass pitch only to see at least 4 hard standing pitches not used for the entire weekend of our stay.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Purplehat 29 reviews from this member

We were very disappointed. We thought it was a beautifully manicured and peaceful site, but had a regimented and soulless feel and it was rather unwelcoming as well. A lot of the hard standings are taken by weekend regulars and seasonals so we had to make do with over long soggy grass and clumps of decaying grass cuttings on our pitch.

The toilet blocks are dated but spotlessly clean but there is no pit for grey water and the Chem disposal area was rather unpleasant.

Wifi may be free but for us it wasn't available for 80% of the time even though we had three different devices with us.

Over priced in our opinion and struggling to get three stars in our view. Certainly not a 4 star site and we have no wish to return.

Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Pimlico 1 review from this member

My husband and I returned a few days ago after a 6 night stay at Creampots. We had not been there before, or to Pembrokeshire. We were not disappointed!

The site is very well kept, the camping field was freshly mown and we had a spacious, flat pitch with nearby electricity and water points. The fire points were well designated and fire blocks were available for BBQ use if required. I did not queue at the Ladies toilet block (2 showers, push-button style with changing area, pegs and stool; several toilet cubicles and sinks and a seating area for two with mirrors and plugs for your own hairdryer - a pleasant touch) despite it being the school and Bank holiday week. The toilet block was regularly cleaned and supplied with paper and hand-drying roll. There were several dish washing sinks and a small laundry room. There was a freezer for freezer blocks in the separate Info hut.

The owners were very pleasant and informative. We visited mainly to go to Skomer to see the Puffins and bluebells which we did (fab!) and walked miles of the Pembrokeshire Coastal path over 4 days. It's such a lovely area to visit with lovely beaches and bays.

There is no shop on-site or indeed locally. Haverford West is approx 10 mins away by car with various Supermarkets or keep a look out on your daily travels for a 'Village' shop for the likes of milk. Fresh eggs are advertised at a house at the end of the lane.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Paulpai 2 reviews from this member

Returning to Creampots for another 2 week summer holiday after last year's similar 2 week stay, we are once again delighted with the warm welcome extended by owner Ros and the gang, who maintain this terrific little site which has pretty much everything you could need, in this most beautiful corner of Wales.

Located ideally for exploring the whole of Pembrokeshire from just outside Broad Haven and it's huge sandy beach (literally 5 minutes drive away), Creampots ticks all of the boxes for a long or short stay campsite; quiet & peaceful, clean & tidy, well maintained and excellent facilities.

Plenty of hard-standing and grass pitches, with suitability for caravans, camper-vans, motor-homes, tents, trailer tents etc, including numerous electric hookup pitches, as well as non electrified, for those who can charge their phones in their cars. The single facilities block in the centre of the site has multiple showers (always hot and powerful), toilets and dishwashing points, plus the usual drinking water, waste water & toilet disposal points all well signed and equally well maintained. Considering we were there in high season, and the site looked pretty much full, there was never any queuing or waiting around at the facilities, which was very welcome.

From Broad Havens beach and local shops/pubs, up the coast to Newgale where there's great surfing, the pretty harbour village of Solva and the tiny city of St Davids with it's mighty cathedral (and similarly mighty ice cream shop, Gianni's!), inland to nearby Haverfordwest for that touch more civilisation if required, Narberth for local artisan produce and crafts, the seaside behemoth of Tenby less than half hours drive, as well as numerous other beaches at Freshwater East & West, Angle, Marloes and Manorbier, Pembrokeshire is just about the best part of Wales, and, in my humble opinion, Creampots is just about the best place to explore it from.

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