Camping

We have 14 spacious camping pitches and a 6m yurt on our 30 acre site, all in peaceful and quiet but stunning location. Each pitch has a firepit – just ask us for firewood @£6.00 per large bag for relaxing evenings round the campfire with friends or family.

We also have on site for your use a shower block with hot water, washing up facilities and compost toilets.

Recycling:

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We do not use pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilisers on the land. We recycle as much as possible and encourage campers to do the same. Recycling bins are available for glass, tin cans, plastic, paper etc.

 

 

 

Wildlife on site and within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park:

We are very lucky to be situated right within Pembrokeshire Coastal Park. For bird lovers you will have the opportunity to see birds such as Meadow Pipit, Yellowhammer, Sky Lark, Chough, Perigrine, Stone Chat, Buzzard, Razorbill, Guillemots, Fulmar, Gannet.

June is the best time to visit nearby Skomer Island as this is when the Puffins are feeding their young.

From Strumble Head which is minutes from our site, you may see dolphins, orca, porpoise.

Butterflies: Common blues, small heath, coppers, southern comma, skipper.

Badgers and foxes too.

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    Why we’re different.

    There are many reasons why our camping experiences are unique, and here are some of the highlights:

    • Our unspoiled land is situated in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire and our land includes a small mountain with remains of Iron Age hillfort.
    • Panoramic views of Strumble Head and Irish Sea from top of mountain. Ideal for watching the sunset over the sea.
    • Quiet secluded pitches.
    • Peaceful site with no traffic noise or light pollution.
    • Cosy nights around your own campfire.
    • Fresh milk and eggs available on request.
    • Local smoked fish and meat on request subject to availability.