Pencarnan Farm Caravan Park is a wonderful family and pet friendly holiday destination, overlooking a secluded beach, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
If you visit Wales and stay here you are in for a treat as this campsite is on a working farm. It is also open all year round.
Pencarnan Farm Caravan Park welcomes guests with tents, touring caravans, campervans and motorhomes, while there are a number of permanently owned statics at the site that guests can rent from the owners when they’re not staying there. The park owners can provide contact details for static caravan owners on request, while those interested in making Pencarnan Farm Caravan Park their permanent holiday retreat can look at becoming static owners themselves.
A number of the pitches at the site benefit from electric hook-ups. Stunning views out to sea or across the Pembrokeshire heather moorlands can be enjoyed from most pitches, while dogs are welcome, however owners must keep them on a lead at all times while around the farm and clean up after them. Dogs are also allowed onto Porthsele Beach throughout the year.
Facilities offered at Pencarnan Farm Caravan Park include toilets, basins and showers, fresh clean running water points, gas exchanges and there's Wi-Fi, too. There is also a handy farm shop for stocking up on holiday essentials and camping accessories, as well as groceries.
There is plenty to do in the area around Pencarnan Farm Caravan Park, but many guests prefer to keep it simple and head onto the beach, or take a walk along the coastal path. Bicycle hire is available close by and is great for cycling enthusiasts whether they’re looking to explore the coast, take to the relatively quiet roads of the area, or head off track and take on the variable terrain of the countryside and woodland.
If you've chosen to visit Pembrokeshire, there's much to see and do on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays. This campsite is about a 10-minute drive from St David's, which is the UK's smallest city. The cathedral is worth taking in and, if you fancy a round of golf, the St David's City Golf Club is just a five-minute drive from this campsite.
Just off the coast is the striking island of Ramsey where you can visit the RSPB reserve – just hop on a boat. You might see a guillemot, a peregrine or a razorbill.
The village Solva is also nearby and just around 15 minutes away from this campsite by car or bus. If you head to the pretty harbour, this could be the ideal starting point for your exploration of the village and this rugged, magnificent stretch of coastline. Enjoy spectacular views from Gribin headland and down to Gwadn beach. If you want to get away from it all, you can do just that here.
If you need to go to a more substantial place, perhaps for a spot of shopping, you'll find Haverfordwest about a 40-minute drive from this campsite, while Fishguard is also just over half an hour away by car.
ice pack freezing facilities
St. Davids Cathedral
Welsh Coastal Path
St Davids Bishop's Palace
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