There are stunning views from our campsite near Pembrokeshire's Heritage Coast in south Wales.
If you’re looking for a campsite with stunning sea views, magnificent sunsets and stunning walks our St David’s Club campsite could be for you. Just a mile from the Heritage Coast, visitors to this attractive campsite will also have the chance to enjoy the area’s historic buildings, traditional arts and crafts and plentiful wildlife.
Many of this attractive campsite’s 40 pitches overlook the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast, while the others enjoy views of the surrounding farmland and rolling countryside. Facilities are well maintained and there is a small site shop.
Walkers can pick up the dramatic Pembrokeshire Coast Path near the campsite and enjoy some fantastic coastal scenery and hidden coves from this undulating path. The pebble beach at Abereiddy is about a 20 minute walk from the campsite and is accessed from the path. Head north to find the Blue Lagoon and Porthgain Harbour and south for Whitesands Bay, considered to be the best surfing beach in Pembrokeshire.
The area is especially popular for water sports and coastal activities such as kayaking, surfing, wind surfing, coasteering and climbing, all of which can be done near the site with or without tuition.
St David’s itself is five miles from the campsite and has a magnificent cathedral, also worth visiting is Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre.
All pitches are sloping therefore chocks/levelling devices will be needed. This site has poor TV reception and no mobile phone reception.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
A weekly country market is held in St David's on Thursday mornings, and locally-caught lobster and crab are available in Porthgain.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Members' and non-members' caravans welcome
Members' and non-members' trailer tents welcome
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
No dedicated accessible facilities
Drinking water taps
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Members' and non-members' motorhomes welcome
Members' and non-members' tents welcome
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Electric shaver sockets
Chemical toilet disposal point
Ice pack freezing
Club Site Wi-fi
The site is a little out of the way, but that is the point.
The site owner is always on hand to answer questions and lend a hand.
There is no facilities for kids on site.
The site has few level pitches so bring large levellers.
The site is ideally located for the blue lagoon (redbull diving).
Lovely amenities, warm showers and friendly guests.
This site has a wonderful view for the setting sun.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Despite advertising WiFi hotspots, the site doesn't have usable WiFi- it works opposite the chemical toilet waste disposal but it is v e r y s l o w and there is nowhere to plug your laptop in.
The facilities were clean, but not very accessible and chilly when getting out of the shower. Relatively inexpensive launderette- take your own pegs for the washing line. Small shop and ice pack freezing is available for a charge but opening times are not helpful. Due to the presence of dogs, I do not recommend using your fire bucket as a fridge, in case the owners allow the dogs to drink out of it- yuck.
Campsite dogs barking as late as 11.40 pm pm and as early as 6.50 am. On 10/09/2016 music played until after 3 am and drunk men shouting at 2 am. 13/09/2016 music played between 1.30 am-3.30 am- turned off after being asked. On 10/09/2016 I heard a man claim that he had slept in his car outside the office.
Turn left outside of the site to find signs erected in gardens requesting people to refrain from allowing their dogs to foul. If you get lost, you do not need to look for the campsite flag- follow the trail of dog faeces.
Area seems popular for water sports. Dog lovers will like St Davids where they are allowed in the shops, hog the pavement- even making school children walk in the road and ice cream formulated for dogs is sold. I even saw dogs in the Cathedral, despite the Christian Religious Tradition teaching that dogs do not have souls. The National Botanical Garden of Wales is worth a visit, is dog free most of the time and has WiFi. Concessions are available and personal assistants go free. Avoid Tenby- it's crawling with noisy dogs and the beach dog bans are not enforced. Whilst staying at this site, I was attacked by a dog at the next beach along from Abereiddy at 11 am- no collar or lead. I therefore cannot recommend the area to campers with young children.
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Active break
The new Stewards were really nice; not that the last ones were not of course! If they are there in 2017 then we will see then again as I will be going!
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Coastal,Secluded
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
Well placed for walking sections of the coastal path either down to Whitesands bay or to Strumble Head with seasonal coastal bus service to the door.
Hosts were friendly and helpful: opening the shop after hours to help us out.
We were there over the August Bank Holiday and with only two showers for men and two for women there were queues but I imagine that it is fine for much of the time.
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Active break,Peaceful break
Nearest bus stop: From Site entrance
Nearest train station: Haverfordwest - 15 miles
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Minimum booking periods do apply.