Celtic Haven Spa and Resort will this year celebrate 20-years of activity, growing from humble origins to become one of the leading service providers within the county of Pembrokeshire.
The services delivered at the resort have evolved over the lifetime of Celtic Haven to match the changing expectations of the clientele, with the Elemis Premier Spa being accompanied by a leisure club that includes a swimming pool and nine-hole golf course.
The resort also boasts a highly popular restaurant, the Waves Cliff-top Bar & Restaurant, which provides beautiful views over the Lydstep Haven beach and coastal path.
Commercial Services Manager, Gemma Thomas, said of the anniversary:
“We are delighted that the resort is celebrating such a significant landmark in its history.
“The entire estate is situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and, there has been a commitment to preserving the sites centuries’ old heritage – with all the original stone walls remaining and the distinctive red tiled roofs being rebuilt exactly as they were before.
“The great flagstone floors and beamed ceilings have all been brought back to life and these unique luxury cottages have all been named relating to their history, so you can now stay in the Manor House, The Bakery, Servants Quarters or the Hay Loft and just imagine what life was like in those tranquil times, hundreds of years ago.
“To celebrate the 20-year landmark at the Celtic Haven Resort is an outstanding achievement and testament to all of the work that has been done by the many members of staff that have contributed to the success of the project over the past two decades.
“We have no doubts that the resort will continue to see success well into the next 20 years!”
The resort has garnered a reputation as a leading customer service provider in recent years, winning the Best Customer Service Team at the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2016 and TripAdvisor naming them in their Hall of Fame – an accolade that puts them in the top 10% of the world’s hospitality providers.