Camping and bunkhouse accommodation
For camping with a view you’ll want to visit Pwll Caerog, a coastal clifftop campsite just north of St David’s.
Set in 250 acres of National Trust farmland, the site is run by Ian, our tenant farmer, as Celtic Camping. It’s a picturesque place to pitch your tent, campervan or touring caravan.
Overlooking the sea, the site has great facilities – including all the usual amenities, and an indoor dining and seating area – making it a popular spot for families and groups.
Pwll Caerog also has bunkhouse and group accommodation for larger parties, with dormitories and lodges available.
It’s an ideal base for exploring Abereiddi, the Blue Lagoon and the surrounding area.
Other places to stay in Pembrokeshire
The National Trust has 21 holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, along with self-catering accommodation and campsites.