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Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park


Caravan and Campsite, St Davids

£24 per night
  • Wifi
  • No smoking
  • Pets welcome
  • Accessible
  • Child friendly

AA Welsh Campsite of the Year 2013. 5 AA Gold Pennants and with 5 Visit Wales Stars.

Camping, and Motorhomes in Fields 2/3, in High Season only £for 2 persons, car and tent per night. £4. 50 per child (3-15yrs). Infants are free.

A quiet family run Park situated immediately adjacent to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. 250 metres to Caerfai Bay sandy bathing beach yet within walking distance of St Davids. All pitches have beautiful seaviews of the magnificent coastal scenery overlooking St Brides Bay.

Hard standing and grass pitches with 10 amp hookup are available for touring caravans and motorhomes. Hookup pitches available for tents.

Motorhome replenishment area together with additional cassette disposal facility. Grey waste disposal points, chemical disposal point and cassette waste facilities.

Organic farm shop nearby, May until September, otherwise shops are in St Davids.

Well behaved dogs are welcome in the caravan field and the camping fields, but there is a non-dog area set aside in the camping field.

The accommodation

Nine holiday homes, including a Lodge, are available for hire. Our lodge, Superior plus and Superior caravans all have unrestricted sea views and decking to the front of the holiday homes for you to sit, unwind and enjoy the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. All caravans are non smoking, dogs are welcome in our two dog friendly caravans. Short breaks of 3 nights minimum are accepted out of season.

Our three spacious Nepal tents are available for hire, each comfortably sleeping up to 6 people. Made in Yorkshire by BCT outdoors, our tents are specially selected to suit our location and make your stay as comfortable as possible. Each tent has two openings, one to the front to enjoy the spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire Coastline and one to the rear when a bit more shelter is required.

Currently we offer a "just a tent" package which is exactly as described. You will need to bring your own bedding and cooking equipment. The tent will be erected for you on your preferred pitch ready for your arrival and you will have access to all the facilities at Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent our tents provides all the fun of camping without the fuss and is perfect for families and couples who wish to enjoy their own little piece of Pembrokeshire with spectacular seaeviews.

To hire our Nepal tents we charge £10 extra per night in addition to the standard camping pitch fees.

There are two amenity blocks: one in the caravan field and the second in the camping field. Amenity blocks include toilets, free hot showers, dishwash, wetsuit washes and small kitchens. Baby changing facilities are in both blocks and a disabled facility is adjacent to the Park office. Four family room are available in the camping field. All facilities cleaned twice daily. The Caravan Field showers/toilets are housed in an underfloor heated facility whilst the camping field block has a dishwash/campers kitchen and wetsuit wash.

The main amenity block also includes a launderette, information area, breakfast bar, seating area, tablet charging station and internet access (fee payable). Free phone charging stations in both blocks. Freezer pack hire available from office. WiFi (fee payable) is available across the Park.

The location

Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park is situated in a beautiful part of Wales, with views across Caerfai Bay and across St Brides Bay towards Solva, Newgale, Broad Haven, and the islands of Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm and Ramsey.

Caerfai Bay is a tidal beach with beautiful sands and fascinating rock pools when the tide is out. There is a concrete path down to the beach, some steps and a few stones and pebbles just before the sand. There are many other beaches to visit locally such as Whitesands, Porth Melgan, and Abereiddy. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is approximately 180 miles long and is only a minute walk from the Park.

Our area

Our Top 10

1. St. Davids Cathedral, Gatehouse, Treasury and Bishop's Palace. St. David chose this wild peninsula as the site of his monastery in the 6th century and you will find his shrine in the Cathedral, which nestles almost hidden in a grassy valley beneath our little city. Discover the history of St. David and why, in medieval pilgrimage, two trips to St Davids was equal to one to Rome.

2. Oriel y Parc Landscape Gallery/St Davids Visitor Centre – Oriel y Parc, a unique collaboration between the National Museum Wales and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, is an A class international gallery which includes a collection of Graham Sutherland's unique vision of the Pembrokeshire landscape. The St Davids Visitor Centre has a wealth of information about the local area and what's on as well as a café open for breakfast and lunches.

3. Take an invigorating RIB (rigid inflatable boat), or a relaxing boat trip around Ramsey Island – Birdlife, seals, porpoises and hidden coves await you. In particular, puffins can be seen off the mainland in June and the largest breeding seal colony in the British Isles (lots of baby seals) in September. Landing on Ramsay Island you can get close up to the many species of nesting sea birds on Britain's highest sea cliffs, look out for choughs and peregrine falcons, or some of the resident red deer high up on the cliffs.

4. For the brave try Coasteering, pioneered in St Davids. An invigorating way to experience the wildlife and scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline up close as you work your way around the coast by climbing, rock hopping, cave exploring and cliff jumping!! Or why not learn to surf at Whitesands or Newgale or kayak/paddle board round the coastline? For those who prefer to stay dry there are plenty of climbing opportunities.

5. Visit Abereiddy and see the Blue Lagoon – an old sunken quarry which is turned a stunning turquoise colour in summer. The Red Bull cliff diving team loved it so much they've been here three times. See the locals and coasteerers jump from the high walls into the deep pool and then wander along the coast path to Porthgain for freshly caught fish or crab at The Shed or a pub lunch in The Sloop Inn.

6. Walk the Coast Path, spectacular at any time of year, offering a varied coastline for walkers to enjoy stunning bays, beaches and clifftops, volcanic headlands, seas of heather and gorse in late summer, a variety of seabirds and in September, seal pups. We have too many highlights to list; Caerfai to Solva. Caerfai to St Justinians. Porthgain to Aberieddy. St Davids Head with its stone circles and Neolithic burial chamber, the Cromlech. Climb Carn Llidi; a haul, but worth it for the stunning views all around the coastline of the St Davids peninsula. You can't go Fancy combining walking the beautiful coastline and discovering edible delights on you journey? Really Wild Foraging offers guided foraging experiences to explore natural goodies of the Pembrokeshire shoreline and hedgerows.

7. St Non's Chapel – walking distance from Caerfai and the birthplace of St David. David was born on the cliff top during a fierce storm, his birth is marked by the ruin of a tiny ancient chapel and a holy healing well which sprang up when he was born.

8. Enjoy a sunset or watch a meteor shower. Watch from Caerfai or visit Whitesands Bay or Newgale to enjoy some of the most stunning sunsets. After dark, when all is quiet (apart from the occasional cow munching in the farming fields) watch the stars

9. St Justinians is not only the departure point for the Ramsey Island boat trips, but also a place of exceptional tides – the 'Bitches' is a notorious stretch of rocky reef, the water has strong cross-currents between the island and the mainland and is the site of numerous ship wrecks in days gone by. The new and old RNLI lifeboat stations and visitor centre are situated here. Worth a visit and if lucky, you may even see a launch!

10. Dr Beynon's Bug Farm – Whether you're a bug enthusiast or looking for a fun day out with the family, Dr Beynon and her fantastic team will enthuse, amaze and inspire as you are taken on a journey into the hidden world right under your feet.

The below attractions are between a 10 and 20 minute drive from Caerfai Bay

Hilton Court – beautiful hidden gardens and lily ponds off the road to Haverfordwest. A perfect place to relax, unwind and eat some of the best cakes in Pembrokeshire. Treehouses and woodland walks ideal for children (and adults) to explore.

Preseli venture – coasteering, kayaking and surfing just North of St Davids.

Celtic Quest Coasteering – coasteering starting from Abereiddy (next to the blue lagoon).

Surf school at Newgale offered by Newsurf and Big Blue Experience.

Horse Riding – Beach and countryside horse riding experiences, segway and zorbing experiences also available.

West Wales Karting – in Haverfordwest (30 minutes drive). Near to Hangar 5 trampolining park and Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company.

Haverfordwest Town Museum – in Haverfordwest (20 minute drive)

Hangar 5 – Wales' first indoor trampolining park.

Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company – After burning off some energy why not watch the chocolatiers and enjoy some samples here.

Travel info

Caerfai Road is a single track road with passing places. Caravans/motor homes are recommended to exit the Park in the morning (before 11am) and arrive after noon (3pm onwards).

Final approach, past Caerfai Farm before the beach car park is narrow – please drive slowly and let pedestrians/cyclists pass before continuing down road.

From Haverfordwest: take the A487 to St Davids, at the entrance to St Davids, turn left at the round about (1st exit) just before Oriel y Parc/St Davids visitor centre. Caerfai is sign posted, continue down Caerfai road.

Alternative route: avoiding the hills at Newgale and Solva, take the A40 to Letterston, then B4331 to join the Fishguard Road to ST Davids A487 near Mathry.

From Fishguard: take the A487 to St Davids, just before reaching St Davids turn left onto the newly widened Glasfryn road (you will bypass the St Davids holiday traffic). At the roundabout take the second exit (straight on) you are now on Caerfai Road. Caerfai is signposted, continue down Caerfai road.

The Park is at the end of Caerfai road on the RIGHT, just before the small coastal car park. We are past Glan Y Mor and Caerfai Farm who are on the left.

There is a Richards Bros bus service T11 (not on Sundays) from St Davids to the railway towns of Haverfordwest and Fishguard. Additionally there are walking buses, three times every day, until the end of September, leaving from the top of Caerfai Road at Oriel Y Parc Car Park, which cover the coastal area to Fishguard and Martins Haven - especially useful for walkers.


Booking is recommended, particularly in school holidays to avoid disappointment. A deposit is required to confirm booking. Short stay bookings, taken 10 days in advance of arrival, require payment in advance and are non-refundable. All bookings will be given a unique booking number and allocated a pitch based on you preference and requirements.

Campers can turn up on the day during school holidays, though pitches can only be allocated based on availability.

Senior citizen discounts, low season, on touring caravan tariff.


Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park

Touring caravan site at:

St Davids
Pembrokeshire SA62 6QT

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  • Mrs Panton
  • St Davids
    Pembrokeshire SA62 6QT
  • Listed since April 2003
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