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Spring Meadow Farm Campsite in Pembrokeshire

Spring Meadow Farm Campsite

A bijou campsite located at the heart of the St Davids Peninsula within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Spring Meadow Farm is just 3 miles from both St Davids and Solva and within easy reach of spectacular coastline, exhilarating walks, lovely sandy beaches, surfing, kayaking, coasteering, fantastic wildlife and island boat trips.

Good facilities

The campsite is small and family friendly, with good facilities.

The toilet and shower block which comprises toilets and wash basins, shower room, hairdryer, washing up sink, fridge and washing machine is very well looked after and logs for campfires are available on site.

Plenty of space

The level campsite is hidden away, sheltered by tall willow hedges, away from roads and covers ¾ acre. Accommodating just 5 pitches in all with plenty of space besides, each pitch has its own moveable picnic table.

Light a Campfire

Each pitch also has a fire pit so when the day is done and you've seen and done enough you can head back to the peace and seclusion of Spring Meadow Farm Campsite, light a campfire, sit in its warming glow, relax and star gaze the unspoiled night sky.

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Reviews of Spring Meadow Farm Campsite

If you enjoy a peaceful and friendly camp site and sitting round the camp fire whilst enjoying a cold glass, then this is for you.

The owners are really thoughtful, and have created a camp site that is wonderful for families. It has 5 level, spacious and well drained pitches. Pitches are rotated (there's actually 10) so that 5 pitches are always free, thus allowing the ground to recover. This also gives campers a wonderful sense of space as you're not jammed up next to your neighbours. The site is simple and well tended, and very safe indeed for children.

Facilities are clean, with a family sized shower room , washing up sink, a fridge to chill the essentials and a regular supply of wood.

All in all we had a wonderful week, and certainly intend to return. The surrounding countryside in this part of Pembrokeshire is fabulous and uncrowded, the skies are dark and we even got to hear a cuckoo!
Denise (24th Jun 2013)