A family-run, low-key holiday park near the coast in the Pembrokeshire National Park. We are perfectly situated to explore North Pembrokeshire and the beautiful St Davids Peninsula. Whether you wish to invest in a second home here or stay in your motorhome, campervan, caravan or tent, we offer a fantastic base for your holiday in Pembrokeshire.
Llanungar Caravan and Camping is in a tranquil spot, surrounded by farmland, private lanes, and a bridleway. Our 9.5-acre site includes ponds, a stream and managed grassland. We are blessed with amazing sunsets over St David’s Head, sea views across St Brides Bay to the Islands of Skomer and Grassholm, and a stunning night sky due to the low levels of light pollution here.
We have 80 pitches for owner-occupied static caravans, all are fully-serviced plots. We do not allow sub-letting, so there is a real sense of community and privacy here.
On a neighbouring, small field, serviced by its own entrance, we have a number of generous pitches for Tents, Touring Caravans, Motorhomes, and Campervans. Some pitches have electric hook-ups. Dedicated facilities are housed nearby.
Llanungar offers our regular clients and occasional visitors the best of both worlds; a peaceful park in a rural location, yet within walking distance of the breathtaking coastline and close to the hustle and bustle of village and ‘City’ life with Solva and St Davids on the doorstep. We are a 15-minute stroll (800 metres) by a public footpath to the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path. We are also close to many of Pembrokeshire’s award winning Blue Flag Beaches, including Whitesands Bay and Newgale Sands. Both beaches are within five miles and are excellent surfing and bathing destinations with good facilities. If you prefer somewhere a little more secluded and less populated during high season, there are many other beaches and coves nearby, including Gwadn beach in Solva. We’d be happy to share our local knowledge with you during your stay with us to help you get the best out of your visit to Pembrokeshire.
The fishing village of Solva and the Cathedral City of St Davids are both wonderful destinations for a holiday in Wales, and we’re well placed for you to enjoy both. Solva, just one kilometre away, boasts a picturesque harbour, quayside and a charming high street with cafes, pubs, tearooms, restaurants, gift shops, and galleries. St Davids, three kilometres to the West, is the smallest city in the UK and is a must to visit during your stay here in Pembrokeshire.
The St Davids peninsula is well serviced by public transport and taxi services and we’re on the National Cycle Network so you don’t need to drive anywhere to enjoy your time here.
As our campsite is small (1.9 acres), you’ll never be too far away from the facilities. All services are housed in one building, which should more than cater for most needs, to include:
Separate Male and Female washrooms with showers, washbasins and toilets. Each of the washrooms is fitted with:
• 3 x wash basins with unlimited hot water and shelves, hooks and mirrors
• 2 x shower cubicles with hanging space and 8.5 kW Electric showers offering unlimited hot water
• 3 x toilets in the female washrooms
• 2 x toilets and a urinal in the male washrooms
• Hand Dryers
• Sensor lighting after dusk
Washing-up facility with:
• 2 x large Belfast sinks with unlimited hot water for washing dishes
• Chest freezer for cooling ice packs (free of charge)
• Electric kettle
• Launderette with washing and drying facilities (coin operated)
• Wi-Fi Internet Access (‘pay as you go’ fees apply)
• Four drinking water/water collection points
• Grey waste/Chemical Waste Disposal Point for tourers and motorhomes
• Waste and recycling area shared between the campsite and the static holiday park*
• Boat Storage off-site
• Emergency Telephone
• Private access to the village, avoiding busy roads
*We encourage all of our visitors to recycle as much of their waste as possible. Our enclosed waste disposal area is accessible to all and houses the general waste bins as well as a separate recycling facility for items such as plastics, cans, paper, card and bottles
We do not currently have disabled-access facilities or a family room. If you have any particular requirements, please call us to discuss in advance.
Coasteering, kayaking, climbing, paddleboarding and much more with one of the many outdoor providers based on the St Davids Peninsula
Visiting the picturesque villages and towns in the county
Pembroke Castle and Carew Castle & Tidal Mill - many events held throughout the year
Castel Henllys - Iron Age Fort - many events held throughout the year
Folly Farm, Dinosaur Park, Manor Farm Wildlife Park, Heatherton World of Adventure, Oakwood Adventure Park, Blue Lagoon at Bluestone - lots of days out for the family if you fancy a change from the beach
Many, many beaches and coves along the peninsular all offering something different
Preseli Hills for inland walks and mountain biking
Picton Castle and Slebech - country houses to visit and enjoy
Market town of Narberth - a real gem
Pembrokeshire Coast Path - just 800 metres from Llanungar you can begin the beautiful walk from Solva to St Davids or Newgale along the coast path. St Davids to Solva was recently voted number 16 of the top 100 walks in Britain.
Solva - picturesque fishing village with Harbour, Beach and High Street (1 mile to the harbour and the high street from Llanungar)
St Davids - cathedral city, smallest city in the U.K. (2 miles from Llanungar)
Abereiddi Beach and the Blue Lagoon (famed for hosting cliff diving championships)
Porthgain - pretty coastal village with a great pub and fish restaurant also offering takeaway fish and chips
Abercastle - pretty coastal harbour village
Newgale Sands (Blue Flag) - great bathing and surfing beach with lifeguards and facilities - approximately 5 miles away
Whitesands Bay (Blue flag) - great bathing and surfing beach with lifeguards and facilities - approximately 5 miles away
Caerfai Bay - great sheltered bay, no facilities
Walk to Abermawr Beach through woodland
Boat trips to the Islands - many operators based in St Davids. Boats leave from St Justinian's approx. 5 miles from Llanungar
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Nice open grassy space (fairly level) with lovely views over the countryside to the sea in the distance. Easy downhill walk to Solva where there are a few pubs and shops around the very picturesque harbour and good access to the coastal walks and lovely views from the cliffs. (It's about a mile away and not quite so easy walking back but not too bad. Take a torch at night). Showers and washing up facilities good. Friendly site. Good information on local area.
- 21 Sep 2018Llanungar Caravan Park & Campsite Anonymous guest
Liked the helpfulness of the owner. The details for walking to village and to coastal paths were excellent. This made for a really enjoyable evening walk to the local pubs for our meals. The efficiency of the showers best we have in the UK. The site was clean and tidy even the path through the farm was clean. Generally well-organized site. Good value for the quality provided. Although the weather was mixed there are excellent views from the site and we had a glorious sunset on our first evening.
- 14 Sep 2018Llanungar Caravan Park & Campsite Anonymous guest
Caravan was lovely and clean, Rachel ( owner) really helpful, went out of her way to help us. Lovely quiet campsite.
- 22 Sep 2017Llanungar Caravan Park & Campsite Anonymous guest
: Fantastic site and position, lovely views and walks. So convenient to Solva beaches and pubs. We definitely come again. Many thanks for a lovely holiday
- 18 Aug 2017Llanungar Caravan Park & Campsite Anonymous guest