Tansy - Grass Pitch

UK Wales South Wales Carmarthenshire Cowpots Camping

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
We have 10 pitches in total, each has it's own under cover area with private picnic table, bench, washing up bowl, water canister and fire pit. Visit 'The Cowshed' - our full licensed family run Pizzeria and Ice Cream Parlour featuring hand made wood fired pizza and Cowpots' Ice Cream.

The Owner Says

Cowpots Camping is a secluded campsite in the countryside on Penback Farm. Expect to see our pedigree Jersey cows grazing on the hills above the campsite and some tractors working the fields.

Each pitch has its own under cover area with private picnic table, bench, washing up bowl, water canister and a fire pit.

Visit 'The Cowshed' - our fully licensed, family run Pizzeria and Ice Cream Parlour featuring hand made, wood fired pizza and Cowpots' Ice Cream which is also made at Penback Farm. Take away is available to take back to your pitch or you can sit and enjoy it inside if you wish! (Booking is advised)

Less than 2 miles away is a lovely local pub called The Station House, up the hill is also The Alpha Inn which serves a delicious Sunday roast!

About Cowpots Camping

Suitable For

Tents, small campervans, dogs (on a lead) – yes. Caravans, larger motorhomes, noisy groups – no.
Please note we have a 2 night minimum stay during the summer holidays.

Nearby

On the Pembrokeshire-Carmarthenshire border, Cowpots Camping offers easy access to both counties. So, weather you're planning a Tenby boat ride, a visit to Laugharne Castle (01994 427906) or a walk on the beach in Llansteffan, the campsite is well placed. Amroth Beach and Pendine Beach are the closest beaches (less than 15 minutes by car) – the former is easily accessed from the road, the latter is a vast sand beach popular that's great for long walks. Llansteffan (30 minutes drive) has a lovely beach, too, as well as it's own impressive ruined castle, while the literature town of Llaugharne is home to the Dylan Thomas Boathouse (01994 427420), where the poet once lived. The National Trust-owned Colby Woodland Gardens (01834 811885; 15-minute drive) and the Stackpole Estate (30 minutes) are both close by, while the harbour town of Tenby has its fair share of history too.

Food & Drink

The Cowshed is a fully licensed, family run pizzeria and ice-cream parlour that serves the site's own hand-made, wood-fired pizzas and Cowpots' Ice Cream, which is also made at Penback Farm (you'll see the Jersey cows grazing the surrounding meadows). Take away is available to take back to your pitch or you can eat in if you prefer (booking the latter is advised). The Cowshed 01994240790.
 For a local pub, The Station House (01994 240556) is directly opposite the train station in Whitland, less than 2 miles away, and The Alpha Inn (01834 831484) is up the hill and across the border into Tavernspite, Pembrokeshire (home to a delicious Sunday roast).
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Location

Cowpots Camping is located at Cowpots Camping, Penback Farm, Ciffig, Whitland, Carmarthenshire SA34 0NG

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Getting There

From Carmarthen continue on the A40 and head towards St. Clears. Take the second exit at the St. Clears roundabout towards Whitland, continuing on the A40. At the next roundabout take the first exit towards Spring Gardens, Whitland, B4328. Follow the signs towards the train station and town centre, (Station Road). Stay on this road, driving through Whitland, going over the train tracks and continue for 1½ miles up the hill until you see a sign on your right saying The Cowshed. You'll notice a cow on the sign. Whitland train station is less than 2 miles away. Buses are available from Tavernspite and Whitland.