Welsh Tourism Minister, Lord Elis-Thomas is this week visiting Pembrokeshire for “Wales Tourism Week”, to thank the tourism industry and people of Wales for making their country such a world-class visitor destination which attracts more than 10 million visitors each year.

As part of his trip to Pembrokeshire, the Minister has visited Celtic Holiday Parks’ Noble Court to officially open a luxury glamping development at the resort and to meet with the owners and staff members to thank them for their efforts in raising the profile of Welsh tourism. Noble Court Holiday Park has welcomed visitors to this wonderful part of Wales since 1980.

Each year, Wales welcomes more than 10 million overnight visitors to the country and “The Wales Visitor Survey” consistently shows that visitors are made to feel most welcome and that the feeling of security, along with the quality of the natural environment, are among the highest-rated aspects of visits to Wales.

Why not see for yourself and have a look around Noble Court Holiday Park in Pembrokeshire. Prices for June 2018 start at £445 for 7 nights.