Camping in Pembrokeshire

Small peaceful campsite tucked away on a small-holding with uninterrupted views of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

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Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach
Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach
Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach

Why come camping in Pembrokeshire?

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has some of the best coastline in the world. Our campsite is situated in the national park overlooking a valley that runs down to Abereiddy Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

The popular fishing village of Porthgain, with its delicious fish and chips and cosy pub, is a fifteen minute walk from the campsite, while St Davids, Europe’s smallest city is a 4- mile drive away

  • Explore St Davids and its local history
  • Walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  • Adventure Activities
  • Blue Flag Beaches
Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach
Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach
Pembrokeshire Coastal Beach

Where is our campsite located?

Our campsite is on the Western tip of Pembrokeshire in West Wales, less than a mile from Abereiddy beach and the famous Blue Lagoon. Porthgain harbour is also just a mile away and is home to the award-winning Shed fish and chip restaurant and The Sloop Inn family pub.

What is there to do nearby?

Coastal Stay is the perfect base for walkers keen to explore the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park,

Our campsite was voted one of the UK’s top campsites for adventure activities by Red Bull thanks to its proximity to beautiful beaches which offer thrilling lessons in surfing, kayaking and coasteering; perfect for families after an adventure in the wild.

Ready to go camping in Pembrokeshire?

Is the campsite close to St Davids

We are a 15 minute drive from St Davids, the smallest city in Britain, with its wealth of restaurants, local shops and the famous St Davids Cathedral – a site of pilgrimage and worship for more than 800 years. In the opposite direction we are six miles from Fishguard and the harbour of Goodwich, also the location of the Irish ferry crossing.

Is the campsite close to Sea?

The campsite is just under a mile to the coast via road and has uninterrupted views of the north Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There is a footpath that leads you down to the beach that can be accessed from just ourside the campsite.

What are the nearest beaches to the campsite?

Abereiddy is our nearest beach, the home of the blue lagoon. A fifteen minute walk from Abereiddy along the coast takes you to a secluded beach which is unaccesable to vehicles. If you take a drive towards St Davids, Whitesands beach is 4 miles away from the campsite.

Where can we eat nearby?

Porthgain, a small fishing village, is under a mile away from the campsite and has great a fantastic fish restaurant called The Shed and a cozy pub The Sloop. If you take a drive into St Davids a fantastic restaurant is The Cwtch (which means to hug in Welsh).

How can we get around?

A frequent bus service stops directly outside the campsite and runs to and from St Davids, Fishguard and Haverfordwest.

How suitable are the roads for cycle?

Bring your bikes and enjoy miles of quiet backroads in the surrounding areas. There are plenty of routes for a range of abilities. Strava and online cycling forums provide a breadth of mapped out bike routes that cover some of the beautiful countryside.

What is the best way to see the coastline?

If you’ve brought along a canoe or two, or even a boat, these can be launched at Abereiddy or a mile down the road at Porthgain. There is some great coastline to be discovered including untouched beaches which can only be accessed via the sea.