At Celtic Camping you have space to breathe, reconnect, explore, discover, play and relax on our beautiful Pembrokeshire camping site. Set in 250 acres of open farm land, you can enjoy knockout ocean views, and have direct access onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from almost any part of our campsite. This 186 mile long National Trail twists and turns its way through some of the most breathtaking coastline in West Wales if not the whole of Britain.
For camping there is plenty of room for traditional camping in any size tent, touring caravans or camper vans and we can accommodate any size Motor-Home. On our campsite, we have lots of electric hook-up points (please book early to avoid disappointment at busy times), water facilities and washing-up areas. So for camping, you can go native and get away from it all by setting up camp in your own little corner of Pembrokeshire or you can set up camp in friends or familiy groups and enjoy what our campsite has to offer. There are spectacular views from everywhere on our campsite and a cracking sunset across the sea.
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. The next six links are for the different types of seasons and pitches 😎👍 Please note the calendar below is not a booking calendar.
Low Season – ability to book either electric or non-electric pitches
High Season – with the ability to book electric pitches
Non-Electric Pitches – High Season
Our Glamping is on hold! Due to the huge uncertainly surrounding the tourism sector we have sadly decided to put our Glamping on hold once again.
Celtic Camping is about 4 miles from St Davids; our campsite’s 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 itself has the Cathedral, the UK’s first pollen trail, multiple artist galleries and St Non’s Chapel. There are multiple beaches, on the West Wales coastline and in this part of Pembrokeshire, we have in particular the blue flagged beaches of Whitesands & Newgale. From the campsite, you can see Abereiddi and the Blue Lagoon and just further along is the historic harbour of Porthgain where you can take in award-winning Fish & Chips at The Shed or a pint and 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.
VANS & CAMPERS
For our campsite, we have large toilet and shower facilities in the main barn for campers to make use of. There are no additional charges or coin operate machines here.
In addition, there is a smaller toilet block for individuals and families they may require a little more assistance. Handrails, baby changing and a large shower cubicle will be found here.
Out of School Accommodation periods Campers are also welcome to make use of the dining hall equipped with hot water dispensers, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer and tonne of indoor seating should you require.
If this wasn’t enough we allow camp fires , and have plenty of wonderful dry wood for sale here on the farm!