Grass Pitch

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire St Davids Rhosson Campsite

  • Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 8 children)
Pitch where you like in our spacious fields, with stunning views over Ramsey Island and Whitesands Bay. Tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes all welcome.

The Owner Says

Plenty of space to find a pitch and set up camp in our large fields. With fresh drinking water taps located around the site and toilets and cold showers available for use at the bottom of the field. 

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About Rhosson Campsite

Suitable For

Tents, caravans, motorhomes (but with no electric or water hookup), dogs (on a lead), groups – yes. Large, noisy groups – no.


Porthsele beach lies less than a mile walk away along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. This secluded, sandy cove offers a quieter alternative to the more popular Whitesands further along, a hotspot for surfing. Voyages of Discovery (01437 721 911) run regular boat trips out to Ramsey and Skomer islands, as well as whale, dolphin and seabird watching excursions – sea fishing trips can also be arranged. For your adrenaline fix, TYF Adventure (01437 721611) run coasteering, kayaking and a hair-raising cliff climbing excursions. St Davids is bursting with historical sights such as the cathedral and Bishop's Palace, as well as several independent boutique shops. Further afield, there's plenty to keep kids entertained including Oakwood Theme Park (01834 815170), Folly Farm (01834 812731), Manor Wildlife Park (0164 665 1201), and Heatherton World of Activities (01646 652000).

Food & Drink

St Davids Food and Wine (01437 721948) is a family-run, eco-friendly deli selling all manner of local produce including cheeses, meats, and delicious preserves. They also make fresh sandwiches and baguettes to order. The Farmers Arms (01437 721666) is the pick of the pubs, with locals and tourists alike flocking to its large beer garden. The Bishops (01437 720422) offers home-cooked pub meals along with local ales. St Davids Kitchen (01437 720009) offers high-quality dining which prides itself on using local ingredients only – most produce travels less than 3 miles before it lands on the plate! Be sure to check out their extensive gin menu, with over 20 varieties to choose from (booking essential). Those with a sweet tooth should seek out Loshins Emporium (07791 840771) – a sugary trip back in time to the sweet shops of yesteryear. Get your gum drops by by the quarter as well as Pembrokeshire ice cream. For all other provisions, CK's supermarket (01437 721 127) on New Street has you covered.


Rhosson Campsite is located at Rhosson Campsite, St Davids, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6PY

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Getting There

From St Davids Cross Square. Follow the sign left to St Justinians heading down Goat Street. Take the first right hand turn you can take on Goat Street, following the signs to St Justinians. Follow the road for 2 miles. Look out on the left hand for Rhosson Campsite wooden signs. Follow the signs left, drive through the car park where you will find the entrance to the site. The Celtic Coaster bus runs from St Davids in the summer months (June, July, August) every half hour. And in the shoulder season (April, May, September) every hour. The nearest train station is in Haverfordwest (15 miles away) and the 411 Richard Bros bus runs from there to St Davids all year round (timetable changes often, approx 1 per hour).