Low Season Grass Pitch
- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
The Owner Says
Our campsite is aimed at the camper who is happy to camp with basic facilities in a beautiful location with the opportunity to have a campfire and plenty of privacy and space in which to camp a 15 minute walk to two of Pembrokeshire finest beaches.
Our facilities consist of
- Fresh Mains Water Taps
- Four flush toilets
- Two electric showers
- Six Fridge Freezers
- Two Washing up sinks
- Bin store with recycling facilities
Each pitch ha sure use of a metal raised fire pit for a campfire. Logs or Kindling can be purchased from ourselves at a cost or you are welcome to bring your own.
A camping holiday field within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park within walking distance to the beautiful beaches of Little Haven and Broad haven. We offer a basic but beautifully located family campsite in a hidden wildlife rich location.
Our 4 acre organic camping field is set less than a mile back from the coast and hidden from view up a windy track past our duck pond and woods, surrounded by hedgerows, meadow and wildlife scrubland with views of pasture farmland, St David’s head and glimpses of the sea.
On a clear night the sky is laden with stars and the grounds are a wildlife haven to foxes, badgers, herons, white owl, Canadian geese, stoats, otters, ducks, moor hens, rabbits, buzzards, sparrow hawks & other birds.
It is only 10 minutes walk or 2 minutes drive to the idyllic fishing village of Little Haven and sandy beaches of Broad Haven & Little Haven.
Here you can join the Pembrokeshire coastal path and will also find a local shop with freshly baked bread and all necessary provisions, café’s, parking facilities and family friendly pubs and. lovely cafe with greta coffee and cake!
Other special beaches close by include Musslewick Beach, Marloes Sands, Dale and West Dale Beaches, Druidstone Beach, Newgale Beach and St Brides Beach. All are within 15 minutes driving distance most with golden sand and offering a variety of sailing, surfing, swimming, kayaking and diving experiences.
Please note, we are restricted to the number of tents permitted onsite at any one time, so kindly request 2 tents (max 12 people) per pitch.
About Walton West Campsite
Tents, smallish campervans, dogs (on a lead; max. 2) – yes. Caravans, motorhomes, large groups wanting to party – no.
There are two stunning beaches less than a mile from the campsite – Little Haven and Broad Haven. It's about a 15 minute walk along country lanes to each from the camping field, or a couple of minutes drive to either of the beach carparks. Both are excellent spots with rock pools for kids and great surf for those heading onto the water. Try the Haven Sport Shop (01437 781354) in Broad Haven for kayaks, surf boards and paddle board hire. At the beaches you can also pick up the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, 186 miles of breathtaking coastal scenery. For a one way trip, walk and then pick up the Puffin Shuttle Bus at the other end, which will return you to Little Haven. Another particular highlight is taking the boat trip out to Skomer Island. The island nature reserve is surrounded by the clear blue sea of a marine reserve. The area is home to over 10,000 puffins, 300,000 manx shearwaters along with other species of birds, grey seals and porpoises.
Food & Drink
The local shop in Broad Haven have everything you need and there are several decent village cafés: The Corner House in Little Haven and The Ocean (01437 781882) and The Seaview Café (the latter serving excellent fish and chips), both in Broad Haven. For a pint or tasty pub grub, try The Castle Inn (01437 781445) or the Swan Inn (01437 781880) in Little Haven. Springfield Farm sells fresh, homegrown produce a few minutes walk from the campsite (including free range eggs, salads, tomatoes and Pembrokeshire potatoes) and St David’s hosts a local farmer's market on Thursdays. There's also an excellent market in Haverfordwest on Fridays.
Walton West Campsite is located at Lower Foxhill, Walton West, Little Haven, Pembrokeshire SA62 3UA
Take the M4/A48 to Carmarthen, then the A40 to Haverfordwest, then turn onto the B4341 towards Broad Haven. Before you reach Broad Haven, as you're driving through the small hamlet of Broadway, pass the Broadway garage on your right and look out for the next left turning (on a sharp bend) signposted to Little Haven. Take this turn and, when you reach the very bottom of this hill (on the bend) you will spot the campsite track located on the left hand side of road. Turn left up the track and follow it all the way into the campsite.
The nearest train and bus station is Haverfordwest. Buses do run to the nearest villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven from Haverfordwest but are not frequent. There is also the Puffin Shuttle Bus service, a coastal bus service that can pick up from various locations along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with pick up and drop off points at nearby Little Haven and Broad Haven.