Pemberton Abingdon 2021


The Abingdon is characterised by bold colours, traditional fabrics and oak-coloured accents throughout, giving it a timeless, traditional style. The lounge wing chairs, painted-effect fireplace and electric stove create a cozy setting, enhanced further by the pocket doors for a closed-off lounge.

The integrated kitchen appliances, including microwave and dish-washer complete the beautifully finished kitchen whilst the co-ordinating dining furniture completes the look.

The Abingdon feels spacious and well-appointed. Whilst the exterior also boasts plenty of space with its glass fronted hardwood decking and outdoor trimetals storage box, which offers plenty of storage space for your garden furniture and beach essentials.

Answers to some of our mostly frequently asked questions


We are open 9 months of the year, from March 1st until November 30th.

Yes, you can visit your caravan during the day, however it is not possible to stay overnight. Since the gates will be locked and for security reasons, please call us before coming so we can make arrangements for your visit.

To maintain the family-friendly and relaxed atmosphere on our caravan parks, we do not permit any hire of your holiday home. 

New caravans purchased from us come with a site license of 15 years and caravans with a BS3632 residential specification for 20 years.

This is a family owned business which has been in the family for 100 years. Members of the family include Samantha, George, Thomas, Andrew, Kate, Becky and Matthew Merrick.

No. However we are fortunate to be surrounded by some of Pembrokeshire best attractions, such as Newgale’s 2 mile long blue flag beach and great local shops, pubs and restaurants in Newport and Dinas.

We can’t get much closer! The parks at Newport and Newgale extend to the high-water mark. Whereas Castle Farm at Dinas Cross is a brief walk away from some spectacular secret coves.

We can make you an offer of purchase, or sell it for you on the park depending on condition. If sold to stay on the park there is a commission of 15%+VAT on the sales price. All sales on the park come through the park office.

No, we look after this. But we are pleased when owners take an interest in the area around their caravan; plants, shrubs, etc. Feel free to talk to us about your ideas.

Yes. Two different contracts are required when purchasing a caravan with us, a purchase of static caravan agreement and a site license agreement.

We use the trade body approved model contract which is in plain English and offers security and peace of mind to all involved. We usually provide sample copies of these contracts during our caravan viewing appointments.

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