This is a campsite review of the campsite
by one of our readers.
A brilliant little campsite! We stayed four nights, arriving in pouring rain to a warm welcome from Lynne and Tim. It was quiet, but close to St David's, the beach, plenty of interestingly different places to visit and lots of beautiful countryside to walk and soak up the fantastic atmosphere round there. The field wasn't cut when we arrived - understandably in light of the weather conditions - but this was remedied as soon as it was dry enough, when we were also able to enjoy the firepit by our pitch. The shower, toilets and washing up area were kept spotless, with an immaculate firdge freezer and washing machine. Numerous small touches showed a lot of thought, including a picnic table by each pitch, a good selection of tourist information, books to borrow, soap by every tap, clearly labelled bins (a green site, with everything possible recycled and cars left in the yard on the other side of the lane), and even an outdoor table tennis table with bats and balls free to use. The farm produce was freshly picked and delicious!