What to bring

To enhance your enjoyment of our site we suggest bringing the following items

  • Binoculars – watch the birds and wildlife from your tent.
  • Camera – capture the magical moments, try some wildlife photography.
  • Torch – for getting around after dark when the moon isn’t out.
  • Yoga mat – covered dry space available for if it is not dry enough for outdoor yoga.
  • Hammock or bivvi bag – for the more intrepid who want to sleep out under the stars.
  • Wellies – really useful when the grass is dewy in the mornings and for exploring the wetter areas of the nature reserve or go paddling in the river or stream.
  • Sense of adventure – there is so much exploring to do including following the nature trail, finding hidden picnic spots and discovering secret surprises!

Pembrokeshire has a great climate year round; warmed by the Gulf Stream and with a microclimate that supports some sub-tropical plants, but this is West Wales and it is known to rain from time to time! Having experienced miserable soggy camping many times ourselves we have created facilities to help you enjoy the wild days as much, if not more, than the sunny ones.

Get Cosy..

in our camper’s barn. With seating, pub games (pool, darts, dominoes, cards), board games and puzzles for all ages under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Get Creative..

Craft area for younger children (with parental supervision.)

Get Out..

With our local knowledge and connections we recommend the following things to do in the area:

Get in the Sea – go for a sea swim or team up with one of the local adventure providers for some surfing, coasteering or kayaking. Great fun in the rain as you’ll be wet anyway! www.tyf.com

Go for a wild walk – make it even more interesting by beach combing by a stormy sea or geocaching

Go to the Movies – Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard 5 miles away is a community run cinema and theatre in a Victorian art deco building. Showing the latest films daily plus old classics and art house films weekly. Also some live shows or screenings of National Theatre Live plays.

Go for a feast at one of our recommended local cafes or restaurants. If you head towards St Davids why not try an insect burger at Grub Kitchen? Or a traditional coffee and cake or light lunch at The Perennial Nursery , or creative and wholesome breakfasts, lunches and special evening events at The Meadow, a licenced cafe in St Davids High Street or Mannings Grocers in Fishguard have a facebook page.

 go swimming in Haverfordwest Leisure Centre open daily

Do not Bring: 

The beauty of our site is that it is peaceful and quiet and full of wildlife. In order to keep it this way for the enjoyment of all the beasts who live here and all the people who visit we request that the following items should not be brought onto the site:

  • Generators
  • balls and bicycles
  • Dogs
  • Noisy toys, games or sound systems including radios
  • Drones
  • No food delivery from Supermarkets

We also encourage sustainable practice wherever possible so we also ask our visitors not to bring:

Fire Pit
  • Disposable BBQ’s
  • Charcoal or briquettes made from tropical timber
  • Non biodegradable soaps, shampoos, cleaning products etc
  • Unnecessary single use plastics such as disposable plates & cutlery, drinking straws, throw away water bottles…

We have a supply of locally made charcoal for sale and we also provide a barbecue grill for you to borrow. We provide high quality natural biodegradable soap, shampoo and washing up liquid free of charge.