2021 / 2022 Camping Prices per person per night

At The bottom of these prices are the pitches and season  – please click on the link for the required pitch and it will take you to a booking form  – Please note after a long and challenging season, we are looking to close the site from 1 November 2021 – 28th February 2022

Low Season Camping Pitch; (1 Mar – 28 Apr) (3 May – 26 May) (7 Jun – 17 Jul ) (12 Sep – 31 Oct)  Adults 16+ – £12.  Children (5- 15 yrs) – £6.  Infants 4 and under go for free. Dogs are welcome at £3 per Dog.  Electric Hook-up – £6 per night

We also offer a Low Season Family Rate of £36 per night (based on 2 adults & 2 children, with any additional children going free, providing they are from the same family – please note EHU is not included in this family rate).

High Season Camping Pitch; (29 Apr – 2 May) (27 May – 6 Jun) (18 Jul – 11 Sep) Adults 16+ – £14. Children (5 – 15 yrs) – £7. Infants 4 and under go free. Dogs are also welcome at £3 per dog. Electric hook-up – £7 per night.

We also offer a High Season Family Rate of £42 per night (based on 2 adults & 2 children, with any additional children going free, providing they are from the same family – please note EHU is not included in this family rate).

When you find the right season and type of pitch, in the links below to check our availability please scroll through the calendar using the two >>’s on the righthand side above the Sunday  – all dates in Green are available. For the date and season, you require you will need to click on the links provided below, this will take to to the correct calendar for your booking. Please click on your arrival date and the last day you want to stay – not the day of departure🤔 – Once you have completed the form check your spam folder for an email reply.  👍👍 The next six links are for the different types of seasons and pitches  😎👍  Please note the calendar below is not a booking calendar. 

Very important: Please click on every day you want to stay. Please do not click the day of departure, as this will add another day to the cost of your booking and you will be billed for it….!!!👌

Low Season –  with the ability to book either electric or non-electric pitches

  1. Availability – Please click here for Low Season Camping Pitch – (1 Mar – 28 Apr) (3 May – 26 May) (7 Jun – 17 Jul ) (12 Sep – 31 Oct)
  2. Availability – Please click here for Family Low Season Camping Pitch – (1 Mar – 28 Apr) (3 May – 26 May) (7 Jun – 17 Jul ) (12 Sep – 31 Oct)

High Season – with the ability to book electric pitches

  1. Availability – Please click here for High Season Camping Pitch – (29 Apr – 2 May) (27 May – 6 Jun) (18 Jul – 11 Sep)
  2. Availability – Please click here for Family High Season Camping Pitch – (29 Apr – 2 May) (27 May – 6 Jun) (18 Jul – 11 Sep)

Non-Electric Pitches  – High Season

  1. Availability – Please click here for Non-Electric – High Season Camping Pitch – (29 Apr – 2 May) (27 May – 6 Jun) (18 Jul – 11 Sep)
  2. Availability – Please click here for Non- Electric Family High Season Camping Pitch – (29 Apr – 2 May) (27 May – 6 Jun) (18 Jul – 11 Sep)


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Camping, Glamping, Bunkhouse & Group Accommodation

Dear Customers:

As confirmed in the First Minster’s announcement (5 August), Wales will move to alert level zero at 6am on 7 August.

At alert level zero, many of the legal requirements in tourism & hospitality settings have been removed. Carrying out a coronavirus risk assessment will continue to be a legal requirement for businesses, employers and event organisers, and they must take reasonable measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus.

Full details are available in the Universal Guidance alert level 0: guidance for employers, businesses and organisations.  Below is a summary of what this means for Tourism & Hospitality at alert level zero:

  • All businesses and premises will be able to reopen, including nightclubs.
  • No legal limits on the number of people who can meet, including in private homes, public places or at events.
  • No legal requirement for 2m social distancing, table service or controlled entry and instead these are now some of the reasonable measures that a business should consider.
  • Collecting details for Test, Trace, Protect in all businesses will also no longer be required by law and is instead a reasonable measure that should be considered as part of the risk assessment.
  • A summary of other reasonable measures that businesses should consider as part of the risk assessment:
    • Maximise ventilation;
    • Where possible, take measures to ensure customers and staff can safely distance themselves from others and avoid crowding e.g. advanced booking, one way systems, limiting the number in confined areas (lifts, toilets, kitchens, break rooms etc.);
    • Minimise touch points e.g. use apps;
    • Maintain thorough cleaning and hygiene practices e.g. provide hand sanitisers;
    • Clear signage throughout your premises.
  • Face coverings must be worn in all public indoor places, with the exception of pubs, restaurants and cafes and education settings.
    • If the primary purpose of your business is to serve food & drink (e.g. a restaurant, café or pub), the wearing of a face covering isn’t mandated at that premises, but should be considered in ‘pinch point’ areas, when queuing, in lifts and corridors etc. as part of a risk assessment.
    • If your business is multi-purpose, with food & drink one of the many reasons for a visit (e.g. a hotel with a restaurant, an indoor attraction with a café, an events or conference centre with a restaurant, a cinema or theatre with a bar), face coverings must still be worn by staff and customers in all areas of the business apart from the specific areas where food & drink are consumed.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, whilst we have been working through the legislation and restrictions in place. Stay safe and keep well Ian and The Celtic Camping Team. #Camping #localbusiness #visitwales #stdavids

“Please do not travel to the campsite if you or anyone in your household has COVID-19 symptoms. Please also show consideration for everyone in the local community. We also urge everyone to respect social distance in and around the campsite plus whilst you are out in the local area – please remember it is still 2M in Wales. Also, we ask that you maintain good hand sanitation.  Face masks and face coverings are to be worn where appropriate – please remember that they must be worn in all indoor public places including public transport and shops.  

We specialise in Bunkhouses, Camping, Glamping and Group Accommodation in a stunning West Wales coastal location of Pembrokeshire, near St Davids. We have plenty of room for teams, school residential breaks, families, corporate outings and groups of any shape and size. Which means that we are lle i bawb; a place for everyone.  2020 – 2021 “Year of Outdoors”

In addition to our campsite and camping our accommodation has a few different styles, which provides us with the flexibility to meet your groups needs. From individual self-contained bunkhouses to larger dormitory buildings. We also have 2 commercial kitchens (both ranked 5 star for hygiene), large dining halls, stage barn, an outdoor amphitheater, lots of toilets, hot showers and a conference room. We are confident that we will have a solution to suit your needs so please give us a call and discuss it further.

For those camping, the whole campsite is dog (pet) friendly* to include those 4 legged family members. All of this is based within converted farm buildings on our 250 acre National Trust working farm of ‘Pwll Caerog’.   *NB – we do not normally allow dogs into our accommodation – exceptions can be made for guide dogs and specialist carer dogs – please phone first.


Whether you are camping on our campsite or accommodated in our group accommodation you will enjoy the stunning views across the Irish Sea, especially as the sun sets towards Pen Berry mountain or as the moon lingers over the sea.  Form our campsite location there is direct access onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. This 186 mile long National Trail twists and turns its way through some of the most breathtaking coastline not only through West Wales but also in Britain. You will be able to take in the rugged cliff tops, sheltered coves, beaches, coves and winding estuaries.

Celtic Camping, is about 4 miles from St Davids; our campsite and group accommodation location allows us to have lots of open space for guests to discover and still have to proximity to be a base for exploring the smallest city in the UK. St Davids intself has the Cathedral, the UK’s first pollen trail, multiple artist galleries and St Nons Chapel.  Within West Wales there are multiple beaches, in particular in this part of Pembrokshire, we are very proud to have the blue flagged beaches of Whitesands & Newgale, you can see Abereiddi and the Blue Lagoon from the campsite, visit historic Porthgain harbour taking in award winning Fish & Chips at The Shed or the history at The Sloop Inn public house. The local wildlife is amazing and the marine life is not to be missed. We are happy to recommend boat trip experiences.





















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