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Trehenlliw Farm

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire St Davids

St David’s, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 6PH

No rules and regulations. Secluded, but convenient for beach and National Park life.
Some of the buildings at Trehenlliw are a bit tatty, but this all seems to add to the character of the place. It’s definitely a function-over-form kinda hangout – and that’s what all the regulars love about it. The large, flat camping field is cocooned within the 115 acres of farmland, which is mainly used for breeding sheep and suckler cows. There are no streetlights to pollute the night sky, so the strip of moor immediately behind the campsite is a wonderful place for your kids to watch for wildlife after dark, including fox cubs and barn owls. The well-known local landmarks of mountains Carnllidi and Penberi frame the serenest of sunsets and also let you know that surf and sand central, aka Whitesands Bay, is only a mile or so away – so if everyone’s clamouring for sand and sea, this is a good place to aim for. St David’s is only a quick 10-minute stroll away, though it can get pretty hectic during the summer months. So you’ll find that Trehenlliw is not too far from the madding crowd, but far enough away to let you breathe easy in high season.

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Trehenlliw Farm

This is our favourite campsite. It is close to St Davids and loads of great beaches. It is quiet and there are no rules except to respect fellow campers. Dogs are allowed. The facilities are very basic, male and female toilets and 2 showers on the other side of the farm buildings, we always went before bed to minimise the need to go in the middle of the night. The owner will freeze ice packs for you and she brings bread, milk, and orange juice on to the field every morning when she collects site fees. You can arrive when you like and leave when you like, pay daily or in advance. It is excellent value for money. We have tried other sites but always end up saying we will go back there next year. We have been 3 or 4 times and it only gets busy if there is a rally but they only ever happen at weekends. The only downside is that Whitesands beach is not dog friendly but you are ok if you keep to the sand dunes with dogs when you visit the beach. If we go away next year, this is where we will be staying. :-)
Aug 19, 2010 by sbaker4
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