Has Amroth Castle been sold?

A Pembrokeshire castle with its own private beach has recently been sold for an undisclosed multi-million-pound sum. Amroth Castle dates back to the 15th century and is known locally as the John Elliott of Eareweare estate.

Who has bought Amroth Castle?

Countrywide Park Homes
Brand new Holiday Park- Amroth Castle, Pembrokeshire Known locally as the John Elliott of Eareweare estate, Amroth Castle dating back to the 15th century, has been recently acquired by Countrywide Park Homes for an undisclosed multi-million pound deal, as a Holiday home venue.

Is Amroth Castle dog friendly?

PARK LOCATION Beach is “dog free” from May-September and has a beach attendant from June-September. Cars are not allowed on beach.

When was Amroth Castle built?

Amroth Castle is a Grade I listed building in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is a castellated country house dating mainly from the 18th century built on an earlier, probably 15th century, residence, and is now a holiday venue.

Why choose Amroth Castle for your luxury caravan holiday homes?

Get away from it all and enjoy caravan holidays in Pembrokeshire in style and comfort at our park. Warm, cosy, spacious and contemporary – all words that perfectly describe the luxury caravan holiday homes here at Amroth Castle.

Where is the best caravan holiday in Pembrokeshire?

With a glorious setting on the sands of Amroth Beach, there are few better locations for your caravan holiday in Pembrokeshire. For holidays by the sea, we’re simply No1!

When is the best time to visit Amroth Castle?

The freedom to come and go as you please anytime between March and November – no need to book, pack or check-in Amroth Castle in in a prime location at the very start of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – the ideal base to explore all the region has to offer.