Bell Tent Glamping

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire St Davids Coastal Stay Camping

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
Open up the canvas in the morning and get back into your comfortable bed whilst you watch the sun light up the Pembrokeshire Coast. Our traditional bell tents offer a unique “wild glamping” holiday experience in Pembrokeshire, comfortable and hassle free, allowing you to fully enjoy the camping experience.

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Open up the canvas in the morning and get back into your comfortable bed whilst you watch the sun light up the Pembrokeshire Coast. Our traditional bell tents offer a unique “wild glamping” holiday experience in Pembrokeshire, comfortable and hassle free, allowing you to fully enjoy the camping experience.

Our traditional canvas bell tents, with lovely fittings, are thoughtfully decorated with coconut matted floor, covered with rugs and lights twinkle around the tent creating a lovely ambience.


Bell tent glamping is the most popular form of glamping, and it’s easy to see why; traditional camping under canvas with a twist of luxury and glamour.

Our bell tents use traditional cotton canvas, meaning you will experience a completely unique camping experience as opposed to nylon tents, meaning they are cool in the day and warm and well ventilated at night.


A bell tent trip provides the real camping experience made easy, with just about all the camping equipment you should need, all set-up and waiting for you to arrive.

Our tents come pre-erected and fully furnished. They include electric, a comfortable double bed with bedding, gas cooker, cooking equipment, tableware (not forgetting the all-important bottle-opener!) , picnic table and firepit. We also provide kindling and logs for your first nights fire. [additional logs can be purchased from receiption]


Our luxury bathroom was once used for Bed & Breakfast, and had an official five star rating, now it is reserved for our campers. We also have a more back to basic toilet & shower block that many people prefer for it’s unique character and charm.

We have an outside washing up area and warm water to clean up those dishes after last nights BBQ. There is also a fridge available if you wish to keep some of your items cool.


We are blessed to be in a part of the world where wildlife is in abundance, the Pembrokeshire National park. We also happen to be right next to a National Trust Conservation area.

If you’re keen on bird watching then there is plenty to see here. The field under our campsite often has young calfs during the summer months. On the campsite we have our own resident pair of goats as well as two miniature shetland ponies, so if you have any food to spare, the goats will be more than happy to eat your leftovers.


We are less than a mile from Aberiddy beach and the famous Blue Lagoon, host of the Red Bull cliff diving championships, and a mile from the popular fishing village of Porthgain, home to the award winning ‘Shed’ bistro restaurant and ‘The Sloop inn’ a family pub.

As well as everything that’s just on our doorstep, we are also just a five miles from St Davids, the smallest city in Britain, with its great wealth restaurants and local shops. Also the home of the famous St Davids Cathedral a site of pilgrimage and worship for more than 800 years.


If you’ve looking for adventure then Pembrokeshire has plenty to offer. Surfing, Climbing and Kayaking just to name a few.

Coasteering was invented in Pembrokeshire – at least that’s where the age-old pastime of scrambling over cliffs and jumping into the sea was given its own name. It’s a fantastic day of rockpooling adventures in the enticing natural playground that is the Pembrokeshire coastline.


If you’ve come to Pembrokeshire you can’t miss an opportunity to walk on the Coastal National Park. The coastal path stretches the entire length of Wales, but we are lucky enough to have one of the best section right on our doorstep.

The walk from Abereiddy to Porthgain is recognised as one of the best, as mentioned here in the guardian: Best UK Walks. If your looking for cycles routes, there are rides to suit all ages, whether it be Mountain Biking, Touring or tearing up the roads on a Racing Bike.


Children and pets are more than welcome, we have onsite pets including a dog, kittens, goat and a pair of miniature horses, so the dog must be obedient and kept on a lead to avoid disrupting other campers. Care must be taken with younger children around the lake.

If you are looking for a hi-tech holiday park then we are probably not for you, but if you want your children to know how to build a den or forage for blackberries then we probably are.


If you are looking for a back to basic camping experience with a twist of luxury and all the hassle removed, then a visit to the Pembrokeshire National Park, and our bell tent may be right just the cup of tea.

Remove all the stress of camping and carting all your equipment and let us take care of all that. Instead, spend your time enjoying Pembrokeshire and all the beauty it has to offer. If this sounds like a campsite you’d be interested in, check out our camping prices or get in touch.

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About Coastal Stay Camping

Suitable For

Tents, tipis, caravans, motorhomes, large groups (with advance booking), well-behaved dogs – yes. Speciality groups such as scouts or yoga clubs also catered for.


St Davids, the smallest city in British Isles, is just down the road and boasts a wealth of ancient treasures and places to eat and drink. Be sure to visit the famous black sands and blue lagoon at Aberiddy Beach (former host of the Red Bull Cliff Diving Championships and now a popular spot for coasteering escapades with the likes of Celtic Quest Coasteering; 01348 837337), plus the idyllic fishing village of Porthgain.

Food & Drink

The onsite pizza shack has proved a massive hit with campers. The Shed Bistro (01348 831518) and The Sloop Inn (01348 831449) in Porthgain are relaxed local favourites for a pint and a bite to eat – the fresh seafood at the former is legendary. Nearby St Davids has several decent places to eat including including The Bench (01437 721778) and the ever-popular Cwtch (01437 720491).
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Rated ★★★★★ over 26 reviews


Excellent Site, Amazing Views & Marilyn and Nick (owners) are delightful

The location was wonderful, pitches are spacious, the toilets and shower rooms were always clean. It's a 20 minute walk from the local seaside village where there is a pub and restaurant, I swam in the Blue Lagoon (bit chilly, not for the fait hearted) . Ensure guide ropes are in well as can get a little windy. Will be visiting again without a doubt.
Sep 23, 2020 by Kevin Young Verified Review

Wonderful site, great facilities!

The location was gorgeous, we could see the sea, only a 20 minute walk from the local seaside village with a cute little pub, we also walked to Blue Lagoon. The small lake is lovely, the site is small but perfect, we visited in February, it was very blustery weather, we had the place to ourselves! The bathroom was lovely and warm! Can't wait to go back in the warmer weather :)
Feb 25, 2020 by Rachyrach Verified Review

Lovely spot, even in December!

We stayed here for three nights in some truly awful weather, the indoor shower room and loo were a real bonus. When the sun came out we saw that the views were gorgeous. Nicely situated and spacious pitched. We’ll definitely come again.
Dec 23, 2019 by Sara Stocks Verified Review

Beautiful place

Really beautiful, peaceful campsite (in November anyway!) and friendly couple who run it. Would definitely recommend.

Amazing views and welcoming owners

We had a late season visit and had the whole site to ourselves! Despite this the owners went out of their way to make us feel welcome! Cant beat the views of the coastline from the campsite or the surrounding countryside! Brilliant facilities on the campsite itself and were given plenty of information on local walks and places to eat! The coastal walk is must as well as the fish and chips at The Shed! We didnt visit St David's on this visit but it's one of my fave places to go, the beach and views are amazing! Would definitely stay here again!
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Coastal Stay Camping is located at Coastal Stay Camping, Noddfa Farm, Llanrhian, Pembrokeshire SA62 6DP

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Getting There

The campsite is on the backroad between St David’s and Fishguard, on the B4583 (off the A487), in a small village called Llanrhian less than a mile from Porthgain and Abereiddy. If you’re trying to find the campsite via GPS / Sat Nav, their post code is SA626DP. The campsite has a sign outside and a welcome notice board; there is a cattle grid over the entrance and often a little ginger cocker spaniel sleeping on the grass near the road. Go straight to the main house and ring the bell where you will be welcomed.

A frequent bus service stops directly outside the campsite and runs to and from St Davids, Fishguard and Haverfordwest.