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- Three acres of green space close to sandy beaches
- Spotless amenities in a newly added block
- Friendly and peaceful atmosphere
Have yourself a little holiday in Haverfordwest where you can (literally) lose yourself in the three spacious acres of green expanse at Dunston Hill Caravan and Camping Park. If you’re pining for a pry around Pembrokeshire, then you’re in luck, as the park not only has beaches close by but also a handy nine further acres in its surrounds. You just need to decide where to start...
The friendly owners at this family-run site have crafted a clean, well-laid out and quiet with traditional dry-stack stone walls around the camping fields... all you need do is kick back on one of the picnic benches and take in the peace, privacy and ease of your surroundings.
Spick and span ladies’ and gents’ loo and hot-shower facilities await in the new amenities block, and drinking water is available on site too. A games room at Dunston Hill will keep the kids in check and dogs are also welcome on site.
Open from 01/04/2017 to 30/09/2017
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Good site fairly central to most local attractions.
Helpfull staff, good location, clean facilities
Simple campsite, not very flat. Has all you need for basic camping.
pitches were small and too close together
Clean facilities, friendly staff, quiet area, but close to everywhere
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
- Coach stations
Haverfordwest Bus Station — 3.2 miles
3.2 miles Johnston (Pembrokeshire): Railway Inn Coach Stop — 5.2 miles
5.2 miles Steynton (Pembrokeshire): Lay by Coach Stop — 6.9 miles
- Train stations
Haverfordwest Rail Station — 3.6 miles
3.6 miles Johnston (Pembrokeshire) Rail Station — 5.1 miles
5.1 miles Clarbeston Road Rail Station — 6.6 miles
- Ferry ports
Milford Haven Dock Entrance — 8.1 miles
8.1 miles Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal — 9.6 miles
9.6 miles Martins Haven Ferry Landing — 11.0 miles
Swansea Airport — 44.2 miles
Take the A487 to St Davids and continue for about 3 miles until a petrol station on your right-hand side. Our entrance is 150 yards past the petrol station.
Feel peachy as you peek around the former county town of Pembroke, about half an hour south from Dunston Hill. A Norman settlement that’s anything but normal - it was the birthplace of King Henry VII and has a mighty castle overlooking both the town, where you’ll be spoilt with the choice of restaurants, shops, pubs and cafés, and the surrounding conservation area, including Mill Pond, which is teeming with chances to spot kingfisher and otters.
Architecture admirers can take to the ruins of Monkton’s Benedictine Priory (just a stroll along the pond) and the town’s historic churches and Georgian and Tudor buildings, with camera in hand to poke about the interesting nooks and crannies. You can also muse on the museums amassed in these learned parts - vintage car enthusiasts will be driven wild with excitement at the Motor Museum in Keeston (only one mile north).
Skomer, Ramsey, Caldey...the islands off the Pembrokeshire coast are pretty and plentiful. Visitors of any inclination, from adrenaline-fuelled aquatic types to those who prefer to calmly cruise a coastline, can hop aboard traditional boats for exploring the islands’ bays and landing trips, or hold on tight for a high-speed ride around the open waters (maybe just hold off on the full English that morning…).
Either option will show twitchers the delights of guillemots, gannets and razorbills, as well as some scenery to take your breath away - which reminds us, the puffins shouldn’t be missed either. Look out for the grey seals and harbour porpoises in the water too.
With more than 50 beaches along the coastline, there’s no excuse not to pull on a wetsuit and jump feet first into the watersports on offer in Pembrokeshire. St Bride’s Bay is just to the west of Dunston Hill and the beaches of Newgale Sands, Broadhaven and Little Haven are a little less than five miles from the site.
While sandcastle building takes a back seat, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing and diving are available in selected areas, as is fishing for those of a more ‘sit back and wait’ disposition (and with the tepid temperatures of the Gulf Stream passing through Pembrokeshire, we can hardly blame you).
Go and kart the kids off to Heatherton World of Activities near Tenby (just over 20 miles away) for all-year-round fun and games including a maize maze, archery, robot wars, and a driving range.
Can’t think of anything more to tire the boisterous kidlings? We can... Canaston Bridge in Narbeth (around 20 minutes by car) is home to Oakwood Theme Park where you’ll find Vertigo and Megaphobia: no, not ailments you’ll come away with, but thrill-seeking rides which explain why Oakwood is one of the top ten theme parks in the country.
- Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (9.7 miles)
- St Davids Cathedral (10.4 miles)
- Pembroke Castle (11.5 miles)
- St David's Visitor Centre and Shop (10.5 miles)
- Stackpole Estate (14.8 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.