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Pwll Caerog Farm in Pembrokeshire

  • Groups welcome
  • Pwll Caerog Farm Bunkhouse
  • Celtic Camping from above
  • camping with a view
  • vans welcome too
  • Photo of Pwll Caerog Farm
Please note that photos are not always of the actual campsite

*Winner of best campsite, Pembrokeshire tourism awards 2013*

Celtic Camping St Davids offers spacious campsite and flexible bunkhouse accommodation in a in the Pembrokeshire National Park. Overlooking the ocean, we have a very relaxed approach welcoming individuals, families and groups.

Located four miles north of St Davids on the 250 acre National Trust farm of Pwll Caerog. Facilities include large, well maintained Showers and toilets, Indoor dining areas for those wet days. Fridges, freezer and washing facilities available

Meeting and conference room within converted farm buildings for larger groups

Electric Hook Ups available

Just 500m from Pembrokeshire coastal path and small beach

Spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire countryside and coast from the entire site

"Beautiful, Spacious & Peaceful"

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Reviews of Pwll Caerog Farm

A beautifully situated camping field with great views of the Pembrokeshire coast and Strumble lighthouse (in the evenings!). Clean toilets and hot showers. Additional kitchen facilities had sinks and fridges. There were open firepits in the camping field and the owners sell firewood and kindling. Very good value for money and a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere for families. The kids had a great time making friends and running round the field and farm buildings. Great access to the remote parts of the Pembrokeshire coastal path. 10 minutes drive to St Davids.
Kate Emeny (16th Sep 2011)