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Coastal Stay

  • Relaxed back-to-nature park with stunning Pembrokeshire coast views
  • Less than a mile from Abereiddy Beach and the Blue Lagoon
  • Campfires and dogs allowed

A laidback atmosphere, back-to-nature family camping and easy proximity to the best of Pembrokeshire await at friendly Coastal Stay, a small park tucked away enough to be very peaceful, but only a few miles from the shops, restaurants and sights of St Davids.

The owners point out that isn't a hi-tech site, so if that's your thing you might prefer elsewhere, but if you want to build dens with the kids or teach them how to forage blackberries, you should find things very suitable here. It's heavenly stargazing land too, perfect for watching the skies around a campfire after watching the sun set into the sea at Abereiddy...

You should find the views very suitable too, spectacularly stretching out over the north Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in a National Trust conservation area…. And the location, less than a mile from Abereiddy Beach and the Blue Lagoon, and a mile from the fishing village of Porthgain with award-winning Shed Bistro and family pub the Sloop Inn (sit outside at the Sloop for harbour views or turn up on a summer evening for its frequent entertainment).

If you're here to hike, a frequent bus service stops right outside the site to and from St Davids, Fishguard and Haverfordwest to access the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. There are also plenty of local walks for all ages and abilities straight from the site and the Coastal Stay pitches overlook a natural valley leading to the sea for a highly scenic walk to Abereiddy Beach.

On site, the grass tent, tourer and motorhome pitches are well spaced out and set around a natural spring-fed lake (please take care around the lake if you have younger children). Amenities include top-notch bathroom facilities with a double-size hot water power shower, toilet, wash basin and mirror, and a cold water tap and table outside for dishwashing.

Coastal Stay also has a café open in the morning for breakfast and late afternoon for cream teas (check the noticeboard at the park entrance for café opening times) and a herb garden for guests to use to add an extra kick to their campfire meals. Grocery and camping essentials like loo roll, milk, eggs, spare tent pegs and windbreakers are for sale on site.

Children and well-behaved dogs are most welcome – you'll find Coastal Stay's own dog, goat and pair of miniature horses on site as well – but please keep dogs under control and on leads to avoid disturbing other guests.

AA 4 pennants

Arrive: Thu 7 Mar 2013
Depart: Sat 9 Mar 2013 (2 nights)
Party: 2 adults


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Dogs must be obedient and kept on leads to avoid disrupting other campers