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- Incredible cliff-top location, stunning views from every pitch
- Caerfai beach, St Davids and coastal path all within walking distance
- Friendly welcome and excellent facilities
Located on the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Caerfai Bay offers stunning panoramic sea views from every pitch. The park is a tranquil haven perfect for walkers, families, couples, wildlife lovers and stargazers. Caerfai Bay sandy bathing beach only a 5 minute walk, accessed via a designated footpath. Enjoy exploring St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, with its magnificent Cathedral and Bishops palace, alongside a wealth of charming independent teashops, restaurants, pubs and shops. Facilities include a modern amenity block with underfloor heating alongside refurbished shower, toilet and family rooms for 2017. No dogs in tent fields during school summer holidays.Winner of the AA Campsite of the Year For Wales Award 2013. AA 5 Pennant grading
Featuring incredible views of St Brides Bay as far as Ramsey Island to the north west, Skomer and Skokholm islands to the south west and Newgale to the East, Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park has just over 100 pitches, spread over 3 fields, divided between touring caravans, motorhomes and tent pitches. Motorhomes can also be pitched on the caravan field on hardstanding or grass touring caravan pitches. The park itself has uninterrupted views of the sea. Perimeter hedges separate it from coastal vegetation and organic farm land before sloping down to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path – which has now become part of the 870-mile Wales Coast Path. Truly this is a walker’s paradise.
The park has 28 hard-standings for caravans and motorhomes, all with electric hook ups, and a further 26 electric hook ups on grass pitches. The park has a natural slope, which is used to full advantage so you always have a beautiful sea view. Where pitches had a gentle slope efforts have been made to level these areas though levelling blocks may, on occasion, be of use. Please note that dogs are not permitted in the camping fields during school summer holidays. Sections of the caravan field are also allocated to static caravans, nine of which are for hire. All static caravans are painted in environmental green colours to have minimal impact on the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.
Amenities refurbished for 2017 include free hot showers, modern toilet blocks with shaver points and hairdryers. The amenity block near the office, with underfloor heating, houses the laundry, dish wash sinks, kitchen, information area and internet computer. The additional amenity block in the tent field has dish wash sinks, grooming/vanity area, kitchen and wetsuit wash alongside refurbished family rooms, free hot showers and toilet facilities. There are several lockable charging facilities for phones, tablets and laptops and a freezer pack service available from reception.
The access road to the site is via a single track lane with passing places so larger units will need to take care on approach. The owners do recommend on the final approach, between the organic farm shop and just before the beach car park, guests drive slowly and let any pedestrians/cyclists pass before continuing down the road.
From the Pembrokeshire Coast path, Caerfai Bay is accessed via a designated concrete footpath ending in a few steps to the pebbly foreshore. At low tide it has a beautiful broad extent of sand with rock pools and caves at either side. It is a good bathing beach at mid and low tide.
Caerfai farm shop open in high season only, sells organic and other produce during the high season; milk and cheese are always available (please ask in reception). Shops in St Davids (Britain’s smallest city) are a 15-20 minute walk from the park entrance, and range from a small supermarket to clothes, shoes, souvenir shops and outdoor centres. Here you can book boat trips around the islands to see the grey seals, dolphins, sea birds and the occasional whale!
Senior citizen discounts, low season, on touring caravan tariff.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed low season only
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Surf school nearby
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
- Coach stations
— 13.3 miles
13.3 miles Railway Hotel — 13.8 miles
13.8 miles Railway Hotel — 13.8 miles
- Train stations
Haverfordwest Rail Station
— 13.7 miles
13.7 miles Johnston (Pembrokeshire) Rail Station — 13.8 miles
13.8 miles Milford Haven Rail Station — 14.4 miles
- Ferry ports
St. Justinian Ferry Landing
— 2.2 miles
2.2 miles Ramsey Island Ferry Landing — 3.2 miles
3.2 miles Skomer Island Ferry Landing — 9.4 miles
— 54.4 miles
From Haverfordwest: take the A487 to St Davids, at the entrance to St Davids, turn left at Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre. ‘Caerfai’ is sign posted.
From Fishguard: take the A487 to St Davids, once in the city, turn left at Barclays Bank, up the High Street and past the Grove Hotel, turn at Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre. ‘Caerfai’ is sign posted.
St Davids Cathedral lies in the valley and you can just see the top of its tower from the High Street. It is a fascinating, mainly Norman, building which also serves as the parish church. Alongside is the newly restored cloisters and refectory in St Mary’s College. At spring half term the Cathedral is the focus of the St Davids Music festival. Just the other side of the river Alun, two minutes’ walk away, are the ruins of the Bishops Palace.
Three miles to the east is Solva – a little harbour village. Old lime kilns line the edge of the picturesque harbour, a scenic place to picnic or visit one of the numerous cafes or pubs. To the west of Caerfai is the tiny harbour of Porthclais, and further along you can visit the lifeboat station at St Justinians. To the north of St Davids lies Whitesands Bay – a superb stretch of sand, sea and surf – a must for one of the best places to enjoy a Pembrokeshire sunset. It has a small café, shop and plenty of car parking spaces.
Whitesands and Newgale are the surfing beaches of north Pembrokeshire. Along the northern St Davids peninsula there are further little harbours and beaches. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park visitor centre lies at the entrance to St Davids, called Oriel y Parc – which translates as the ‘Gallery of the Park’, which houses a first class gallery, featuring exhibitions which change every four months. For further information on the area, see www.orielyparc.co.uk
- St Davids Cathedral (0.8 miles)
- Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (18.1 miles)
- Pembroke Castle (19.9 miles)
- St David's Visitor Centre and Shop (0.5 miles)
- Stackpole Estate (22.3 miles)
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- What attractions are near Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park? St Davids Cathedral lies in the valley and you can just see the top of its tower from the High Street. It is a fascinating, mainly Norman, building which also serves as … Read more