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.
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,
The pictures on the web site are just as the site looks, but sadly the pitch we had was nothing like it. The pictures shown are of the seasonal pitches, weekly campers are huddled together in the middle!
The seasonal campers do lack consideration for other campers, making quite a lot of noise late and night and the children being allowed to run around late at night.
The site itself is very clean, as were the toilets and showers. The site has a nice swimming pool but very little else for my 10 year old twins to do!
The clubhouse had no entertainment even though it was the school holidays and the shop only sells alcohol and chocolate, not even milk or bread! I can't see myself visiting this site again.
One night stop over without pre-booking. We parked up on the hardstandings behind the club house. Site split into two - one site statics, the other side seasonals. Mid week but only 2 vans on the whole site appeared occupied. Club house, bar etc all closed which seemed strange for summer?
Toilet and shower block brand new and very clean. Town a 10-15 walk down hill - probably a fair bit more back up the hill.
Overall site looked clean and well kept - but a littiel soul-less with so many pitches taken by seasonals that are not in use.
£20 for 1 night with electric hook up and free showers.
This was our first visit to Ants Hill and we were quite impressed. We had asked for a hard standing with hook-up but a little disappointed as we had no view - rather tucked behind the clubhouse with trees sheltering the main camping field. Also discovered that in the evening this area became the meeting place for teenagers and did become loud and noisy even after ll.00pm. Maybe we should have opted for a grass pitch.
However, the site itself was half static vans and half seasonal vans with the odd tourer in the vicinity. The welcome was amazing and really friendly and we were shown all the facilities.
The toilets and showers were immaculate at all times and the clubhouse offered a fantastic choice of food at really good prices. We couldn't have Sunday lunch as the cook had just had operation but snacks were available. As it was a warm day they opened the swimming pool which looked very welcoming.
We would definitely go again and we had a very pleasant walk down a quiet lane(turn right on leaving site) into Laugharne(not down main road as there was no footpath and also very steep hill). Spent about four hours walking and going into the castle. Had an ice-cream and wandered around sitting on benches and watching the world going by.
There were a couple of eating places, plus a fish and chip shop,a pub, a spar shop and gift shops. Had a snack in the town and caught the 222(Carmarthen) bus back up to the campsite which is every two hours.
A very pleasant weekend.
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