Wales Tourism Week will kick off at Pembrokeshire’s Noble Court Holiday Park on Monday 14th May, with the launch of £1 Million luxury accomodation brand Celtic Escapes.
Welsh Tourism, Culture and Sports Minister, Lord Elis-Thomas will launch the range of premium lodges and safari tents at the Celtic Holiday Parks site in Narberth. The new luxury accomodation at the Noble Court Holiday Park will be branded as Celtic Escapes, with a plaque marking the launch set to be unveiled by Lord Elis-Thomas.
Celtic Holiday Parks Director Huw Pendleton, whose family own and manage three holiday parks in Pembrokeshire, said he was honoured that the park would be kick-starting such an important week for Welsh tourism. In addition he stated that the range of accommodation on offer within the Celtic Escapes brand was proving "hugely popular" and had "excellent forward bookings".
He further added:
"The continued investment programme at Celtic Holiday Parks is creating jobs with futures for people within Pembrokeshire, offering career paths within hospitality and the tourism sector. We focus on what is happening in the marketplace and changing visitor needs.An innovative investment programme across the Park portfolio will see significant investment in a leisure spa and restaurant complex, together with a future 42-bedroomed hotel build."