Fantastic place for kids.

Review of Spring Meadow Farm Campsite

Sep 8, 2016, by T. Elliott

We stayed here for two weeks in August. There were only two other tents the first week in our field, and one in the field behind us, separated by lovely trees). And the second week two different tents, one apposite and one next to us. Which means there is plenty of space for everyone and it really is a quiet, small campsite. All pitches have their own movable picnic tables, which is very handy. Our side had sun pretty much from the morning until end of afternoon, and all the pitches have their own fire pit. It's a short walk to the immaculately kept ( thanks to hardworking Lynne!) 2 toilets and shower. There's also a washing machine and cold and warm water for washing up. Tim and Lynne let you walk the grounds ( keeping to the sides where they grow vegetable obviously) which are really a great place for butterflies, bugs, meditation and sunshine). Tim has been growing vegetables for many years, and sells them on side, so every morning you can have some fresh tomatoes, and cucumber), and of course a lot of vegetables for your dinner. They also have a fantastic yurt in the other field of which they have done a great job with and it looks fantastic. Although it's on the road to St. David's ( not even 10 minutes by car, so great if you want to visit local Nisa supermarket for freshly baked croissants, and breads early in the morning), you don't notice the traffic that much, and at night it gets even quieter. Beautiful night skies with little air pollution, great for stargazing. There is a lot of grass for the children to roam, and we had no problem letting our 20 month old explore the place, it feels really safe, as is quite a way from the road, and Lynne and Tim don't want cars on side, which is great. Lot of credit to Lynne and Tim who are a really lovely couple ( thanks again Lynne for the Dutch oven, next time we WILL use it:-)) My only question was about drying facilities, because we had a few rainy days and it was hard to keep things dry, but Lynne told me they've already discussed that, and were working on a solution, We had a wonderful stay with Lynne and Tim and also had great 'neighbours' both weeks. Definitely highly recommended camping. Thanks for all your hard labour guys.