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Ants Hill Caravan Park
Carmarthenshire   (Browse area)
SA33 4QN   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01994 427293  or  07977110095

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Pitches: 60
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 16 Reviews
              7/10 from 16 Reviews

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Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Daffodil1941 43 reviews from this member

A large site with a lot of seasonals and statics. The toilet facilities are very good and clean. The club was good on Friday and Saturday with a turn and bingo but did not open on Sunday at all the same with the swimming pool which looked lovely I think it was that the seasonals had all gone home. We did not see any staff on Sunday at all. There is a bus stop at the end of the lane and a very steep walk downhill to the village (no footpaths for quite away) but a beautiful pretty place, nice pubs, cafes, gift shops and grocers. Dillon Thomas had a boathouse there and is buried in the church yard. As it was Sunday there were no buses the taxi firm we got a quote from and we were relying on had only one car which had gone to Cardiff, but a very friendly pub manager at the Cross House gave us a lift home he was a godsend my husband could never have made it.

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sunnytimesahead 15 reviews from this member

Recently spent a weekend at Antshill. On approach to the site there was no sign indicating its name, just as well we turned in to enquire as the road ahead got quite narrow, with little space to turn around! We had booked a few days before to be told only hard standing with HU available, which suited us. But the hard standing turned out to be what looked like a back car park! No views what so ever, a large hedge to the front and fence panels & back end of statics behind. Not an attractive start. The man showed us a short cut into near town of Laugharne through a hedge. ( which on looking for it turned out to be in a completely different field!) anyway, it turned out to be the nicest September weather & Laugharne town cast it's magic, a gem of a place.

Ant shill campsite is kept immaculate, the showers/toilet area are 1st class, the grass pitches for tourers look as if they are season pitchers. There was a little play park and clubhouse with entertainment that went on quite late on the Saturday night, we heard it plainly as we were directly behind the clubhouse.

The short walk from the site to the near town was down hill on a busy road, no paved area until you met houses. In town was a well stocked Spar shop, many Pubs and eating places. The walk to Dylan Thomas boathouse didn't disappoint. Spectacular area to visit with Pendine, Amroth and Saundersfoot within a 20 minute drive away. All in all would stay there again, but would have preferred the grass pitch to feel part of the place!

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Walker58 8 reviews from this member

Stayed for two nights on a hardstanding with no view but the staff were very helpful. We couldn't secure our pull out awning into the hardstanding so they found us some bricks to hold it in place. Good swimming pool and even in the rain kids were using it! Clubhouse with entertainment but as that is not our thing only popped in for one drink early in the evening. Thought 25 was a bit steep for the hardstanding, but I guess if you used the pool and club it would have been better value. We went to see Llaugharne and Dylan Thomas stuff and weren't disappointed. Locals at the rugby club were very friendly and the chip shop next door sold the best corned beef rissoles I've ever had! Toilet and shower block immaculate.

Date of Visit: July 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Claire+Ant 2 reviews from this member

Our first visit to this site and we had a lovely time. The site is well kept and the toilets/ showers are cleaned regularly and are modern. Staff were friendly and helpful.

There are a number of seasonal pitches on the site but everyone we met were friendly and welcoming. The children's park could be improved because it is quite small but our 4 year old daughter loved it just the same.

The swimming pool is lovely, divided into deep and shallow ends with seating around for sunbathing - water itself kept very clean with regular water testing. We had no problems with noise - a peaceful camp by day with some children playing late evening time.

Quiet overnight as well. We had such a nice time we were quite disappointed to leave, will definitely return.

Date of Visit: July 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bradtourer 27 reviews from this member

Stayed at ants hill for a sunny weekend, the entrance via the lane was fairly tight to the caravan site,

On arrival I was greeted by the owner who was very polite, showed me to the hard stand pitch, I must admit I was slightly disappointed with the pitch, it basically looked like a car park that had been converted to 8 pitches with electric, also uneven,

That's as far as the complaints go cause the site was very nice,

Has a very nice outdoor heated pool for the kids, a small playground, patio area, football/basketball field, arcades, good entertainment with bingo,

Toilet and shower facilities were perfect, modern and clean,

Found the the weekend campers and season caravanners to be very friendly,

Laugharne is worth a visit only 20 min walk, also worth a drive to pendine (6 miles in car) which is worth a look which boasts a 7 mile golden stretch of beach,

I enjoyed my stay and I would use again

Date of Visit: August 2011 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: H5blh 3 reviews from this member

Lovely place.

Warm, friendly staff and excellent, clean shower block.

Club house too quiet, with no music or entertainment.

No bread, milk etc in shop just booze.

Location great, nice stroll down lane to town, but keep off the main road.

Make sure you eat in town before 9pm as your only option after this is a delivery from St Clears.

Swimming pool great for kids and small play area and amusements arcade.

Will def return though as site and staff very good.

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