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"There are stunning views from our campsite near Pembrokeshire's Heritage Coast in south Wales."
Only a mile from the Heritage Coast and in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St David's Club Site is ideal for walkers and those who love the beach. This is classic Welsh coastal country, with beautiful scenery, historic buildings, traditional arts and crafts and the most amazing sunsets.
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We really appreciated the warm welcome
and the beautiful views! We had a great time walking the coastal path and just relaxing at the camp, and we hope to return again this summer. - Marian and Graham Newton
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St Davids Camping and Caravanning Club SiteDwr Cwmwdig BereaSt DavidsHaverfordwestPembrokeshireSA62 6DW
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Stephen Palmer, Maureen McGahey
Visited in July for 11 nights and had a fantasitc time. Showers/toilets were always clean. Coastal area is great with some fantastic sunsets, very bizzar mist rolls in from the sea but that only adds to the atmosphere. No mobile phone, tv reception etc. but that only adds to the charm and get away from it all feeling. St David's is 5 miles away car parking is cheap and easy. Cycling is also a go option as you can follow one of the national cycle route which runs along the coast. Basically did not want to leave.
DATE STAYED: July 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
The site was good and loved the fact that there was little to no mobile reception but felt tht teh toilet block could do with a bit of a modernisation.
DATE STAYED: August 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Difficult
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
Great site with nice views across the Irish Sea. No mobile signal (TV not checked) but WiFi available onsite. The location is quite some distance from St Davids so you will need to use the car most days. Shower (only 2) seemed fine, nice and powerful. No local pub or shops that you can walk to (pub quite some distance / time walking although not tried) Site has gentle slope so tents best on the high ground. Enjoyed the stay, lovely location if a little isolated.
Fantastic little site in a great location with amazing sunsets. We stayed for 8 nights and despite having some rain, we had a really enjoyable time walking the costal path and exploring Pembrokeshire. The couple running the site were very friendly and willing to help.
Whilst the facilities were basic compared to other club sites, they were very clean. Overall I would recommend this site to anyone wishing to visit Pembrokeshire, especially for walkers and people who enjoy outdoor pursuits.
SUITABLE FOR: Active break,Peaceful break
The site managers were very friendly and helpful; the shower block, although not as up to date as many, was spotlessly clean and lovely and warm. There is no mobile, TV or digital radio reception, which although seen as a bonus for some was a major problem for us as we needed to be available for outside calls. We feel strongly that this lack of outside communication is important information which should be highlighted in the site details. We wouldn't have chosen this particular site had we known. However, if this isn't an issue for you, this is a lovely site.
DATE STAYED: June 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Peaceful break
Arrived at this site, no previous booking, very friendly welcome by site manager. Beautiful views, lovely hot showers - even fresh flowers in the loo area. We were even offered couscous and humous to accompany our proscuitto. So delighted, we joined camping and caravan club that day. Thank you again to the site managers, very much appreciated. Sue and Mal, Cheshire
DATE STAYED: May 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
We stayed here for three nights while travelling through Wales. As new members we were trying out different sites and this was one of the best. We felt very welcome to the site and the wardens were a fantastic advert for the c&cc. This site's facilities do need updating but the showers were hot and they were looked after and very clean. The location is amazing. we walked down to the beach with our children and had a great time. Definately recomend.
DATE STAYED: August 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
We have just come back from what was the windiest two weeks ever!!Hurricane was mentioned !!!4/09/11--18/09/11
I would like to thank the gentleman who very kindly helped myself and our friends to put up our awnings mine being the smaller we don't remember the chaps name but he and his wife were driving a mobilehome and lived in Cornwall thanks to him again this is what makes this the best club
DATE STAYED: September 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Active break
Perfect break, really glad we had booked as we were the last ones in and the full sign was going up after we arrived but you couldn't tell if was full as it felt so peaceful. The coastal walks were great we walked further than we had ever expected as we just wanted to keep on seeing more. (walked 18 miles the first day which is unheard of for us) There was a great lagoon and beach near by (2 miles or so) was great to watch the sunsets and take a late evening swim. The campsite was well run and alot of effort went into cleaning the toilet blocks. Really good pub called the shed in Porthgain which is a 90 min walk- Sea Bass comes highly recommended.
Great site on a slight slope, ( Ron very kindly provided us with a chock for the caravan ).The facilities were nice and clean with great showers. Sea view from our pitch was wonderful,The size of pitch was just right. We found no problem with the chickens, came a bit close to BBQ for their own good, luckily they lived to see another day !!.Ron is quite a character and very helpful. The surounding beaches are glorious with a nice 20 minute walk to Aberpriddy across the fields. St Davids Abbey is well worth a visit. We look forward to going back.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
Staff were very helpful when we arrived and enabled us to have a pleasant and relaxed break.
The short road section from Croes Goch to the site could pose problem when towing if faced with oncomming traffic.
Why no recycling bins??
wonderful warm welcome,beautiful location voted the second best coastal area in the WORLD and it really was,stunning sunsets,the site was well maintained and spotless.the people who didnt like the chickens will be pleased to know they are going to a new home,we loved them (miserable people)we will definetley reurn
DATE STAYED: July 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
A nice site with clean facilities
We didn't like the free roaming chickens around our tent ,and thought leaving chicken feed for them to find close by to our tent wasn't good. Also, with kids in the tent next door, having chickens running free and pooing everywhere was not ideal for bare footed kids ( or adults )
Would stay again but hope the chickens could be kept seperate from the campers !
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples
What a lovely site, just returned. We have nothing bad to say about it, yes the facilities are old but spotless, what more can you ask for. We didn't expect it to be in St. David's as it does tell you this in the book and online (shame the person who complained didn't read the book properly) as with the mobile non reception. The chickens were great and could be easily shooed. It did need a small area for the kids to play.
I`m sorry to see that the chickens were a problem for one member, my wife and I loved them and fed them regularly. The site was a bit open, and our tent took a bit of a battering with the wind on a few nights, but the site was great. The managers were very friendly and we received a very warm welcome. St Davids has an excellent Nisa store which should have everything you should need, and is only five miles down the road.
Some of the lanes around the site were a bit difficult to manouver on at times, (some inconsiderate drivers !), but hardly the fault of the site managers !. We are new members of the C&C club, but enjoyed our first site.
Just a word of warning for people who use the site though, If you want fish and chips for a meal, don`t go into St Davids. Two portions of fish and chips with nothing special.....Â£14.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Peaceful break
5 Star site. Ron and Sharon are the added bonus which makes this site. Ron helped us re-position and put up our tent in 23mph winds, and gave us extra rope just in case. Also, looked after our dog for a few hours while we went coasteering, nothing too much trouble. Love their herb garden which you can help yourself, all these personal touches added to our stay, thankyou.
The site is not in St David's and is only a 2** site. You need a car to get about because the bus only operates every 5hrs. There is not much to see in St David's once you have looked around the spectacular Cathedral.
The campsite itself is about the most disappointing C&CC site I have stayed on. In a word -'tired.' There is no TV reception or mobile phone connection. The roadways on site and hardstandings are made of cinders and rocks and being on a hill doesn't help. On the plus side, all of the facilities are spotlessly clean. There is a little shop on site with frozen bread, milk etc., but a 3.5 mls walk to buy a newspaper.
There was a walk to the beach (30mins.) and this took you to Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon. We also took the bus to 'The Sloop' for a very nice meal but had to walk back (4mls.) as no bus for 5 hrs.
Due to the bad weather and in a motorhome with the awning attached meant we couldn't drive out. Whilst we were there, Ron and Sharon Redhead, the camp managers were very welcoming. However, it is the first time I have seen a manager asking for contributions towards a flowers fund and offering for sale his own used camping equipment. They took a break and were replaced by temporary managers who explained Ron had only taken this site on recently and had made amazing progress in that short time. (What was it like before?) C&CC are going to invest in improvements with a new shower block and toilets. Also the site will be upgraded. It could be a lot better when that is done. I hope they build a dog walk as walking on the narrow lane at night is quite dangerous. Also, the managerâ€™s chickens are free roaming and will enter awnings and tents if allowed. They poop all over place and who wants that in their unit.
I can't say we had a bad holiday, we enjoyed the scenery but we won't be going back.
Everything you would want. Quite something to compete with this beautiful scenery but Ron and Sharon with their friendliness and willingness to help certainly equalled. Normally would chose a certified site but staying for 5 nights when we only intended one says it all. Excellent walks, food and wild life.
Simply the best site of all. It is perfect. So beautiful with views over the pembrokeshire coast. Amazing sunsets. Fantastic walking. Gorgeous beaches and harbours nearby. The site is so peaceful and unspoilt, no mobiles, no TV. Brilliant. The perfect get-way. Yet adventure activities like coasteering, canoeing and surfing only a mile away. Great welcome from friendly staff. Loved the coastal walk directions and tourtist info. newspaper.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Lovely welcome- facilties though dated spotless- close to coastal walks etc and bus goes past site- only gripe was that hardstading could do with gravel on it rather than hardcore- all in all a pleasant site
DATE STAYED: June 2011
Lovely warm welcome from Sharon & Ron, who took the time to say hello throughout our stay. Lovely location on a hillside a few minutes from the coast, but with great sea views. Easy walk down to Blue Lagoon (prominently featured in wild swimming books), where one can watch braver folks than I jumping into the luscious waters. St Davids a lovely mini-city, with excellent pubs (try the Bishops) & stunning cathedral. Site is small, very peaceful & well-maintained, really recommended for a 'get away from it all' de-stress break. I'll definitely be back, for that reason alone ! Highly recommended.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Received a friendly welcome from wardens Ron and Sharon who were extremely helpful to us during the week. They even let us borrow a couple of their own chairs as I had forgotten ours! The site is meticulously maintained and the facilities although a bit dated were kept lovely and clean. It has lovely sea views from most of the pitches and is only 15 minutes walk from the fantastic North Pembroke Coast. We spent ages watching the seals who spent ages watching us! We managed to walk the whole of the North Pemroke coastpath from St Davids upwards during the week we were there and the Strumble Shuttle bus service which goes right past the site was excellent. We used it extensively when planning our walks. Watching the more adventurous types "Coasteering" at Abereidy was great entertainment although jumping 50 feet off a cliff into the sea is not my idea of fun. Porthgain has an excellent pub namely the Sloop which offers reasonably priced food and some excellent local ales. We bought locally caught fish from the Shack in Porthgain and also fresh dressed crab from a lovely retired couple who live next to the Sloop. To quote Arni....I'll be back!!
DATE STAYED: May 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
What a lovely site. Arrived to a warm friendly welcome from the wardens, really nice pitch for the tent with views out to sea and a lovely sunset to watch. Facilities are all there (but are a little dated) and kept really clean and tidy. It's only a short drive into St Davids, a really nice little city with a relaxed feel. Will definitely go back to St Davids to sit back, relax and enjoy the sunset. Thanks to the wardens for running a lovely clean happy site (they have happy chickens too).
We have been visiting St David's for many years. Although the site is very basic and small, the views are outstanding. The sunset over the sea is stunning. There are lots of good walking places along the coastal paths and seals are always plentiful! The "Shed" and "Sloop" at Porth Gain are within an hour's walking and offer really good food and both restaurants have lovely atmospheres. The Shed can be a bit pricey but the food is good. I wouldn't say the camp site was good for families but there are many water activities around the area and boat trips can be booked to the RSPB sanctuary at Ramsey from St David's. The cathedral is magnificent. All in all we love St David's and looking forward to a another good year caravanning!
DATE STAYED: June 2010
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Nearest train station: Haverfordwest - 15 miles
Nearest bus: From Site entrance
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