Win a four-night trip to Pembrokeshire

by Webmaster, 27th July 2020

Stay in a Hideaway Log Pod for up to four people in a prize worth £200

This month, one lucky Welsh Coastal Life reader has the chance to win a fantastic four-night break with up to three companions in a beautiful Pembrokeshire location.

Noble Court Holiday Park is set within 40 acres amid rolling countryside just a hop, skip and a jump from some of Wales’ most picturesque sandy spots at Saundersfoot and Tenby.

Located near the pretty market town of Narberth, the park is a haven for wildlife, having been awarded Gold in the David Bellamy Conservation Awards, given to those who protect and enhance the environment. It also has its own children’s play area and outdoor heated pool.

The prize is a glamping stay in one of Noble Court’s Hideaway Pods. Dubbed ‘camping without the fuss’, these log cabins are perfect for those who love the great outdoors, but don’t relish having to pack a soggy tent away at the end of their holiday.

Each pod has a double and two single beds, as well as electricity and heating, and one is dog-friendly, too. Bedding is also available for hire, though the idea is to bring your own with you, as well as pots, pans, crockery, sun loungers, frisbee, pack of cards and anything else you’d normally take on a camping trip.

To enter, answer the following question:

Which of these is NOT a popular Pembrokeshire resort…

a) Tenby  b) Saundersfoot  c) Llandudno

To submit your answer, together with your name, address and telephone number, send an email to: noblecourt@borderpublishing.com. By entering this competition, you consent to your email address being added to the walesandborders.com newsletter database, but it will NOT be passed to any third party.

Noble Court Holiday Park, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 7ES. Tel: 01834 861908. For details and to book a stay, visit www.celticholidayparks.com


T&Cs: One winner will receive a four-night stay for up to four people in a Hideaway Log Pod at Noble Court Holiday Park, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, worth £200. Competition closing date 31st August 2020. Prize valid until 30th November 2020. Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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