Llanborth Campervan SitePenbryn, Llandyssul, Ceredigion, West Wales, SA44 6QL
About Llanborth Campervan Site5 pitch site
Sitting on the Cardiganshire coast in West Wales, this compact campervan site with five pitches is close to woodland and a short walk from the pretty beach at Penbryn.
You’ll find this tucked-away campervan site behind two Victorian National Trust holiday cottages at Penbryn, a tiny hamlet only 400 metres from the beach. It’s the perfect spot for walkers, nature lovers and beach fans whatever the season.
This small site with just five pitches is perfect for people who like to get away from the crowds, and with its location pretty much on the all-Wales coastal path, then it’s a fabulous spot for walkers too. The pitches themselves all have a hardstanding and grassed area as well as an electric hook-up. They’re arranged around the perimeter of the site. Four pitches allow awnings, and one in the corner of the site does not. You’ll also find a chemical disposal point and a water point. The site does not have toilet or shower facilities, but a little further away in the main car park for the beach, you’ll find a toilet block and a cafe, open until 5pm (and only open in the spring and summer months).
From the site, you can take the path through the woodland to the beach, or head down the little lane which takes you to the same stretch of coast, and you’ll feel like you’re miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This stretch of coastline is begging to be explored, so whether you’re walking or relaxing on a beach, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For nearby sand-between-your-toes based beach encounters, try surfer’s favourite Llangrannog; sandy, sheltered Mwnt or the wide open Poppit Sands, popular with all sorts of activity-lovers like kite boarders.
When you’re parked up at Llanborth, then the whole of the beautiful West Wales coastline is waiting to be explored on foot, or nearby Cardigan town bustles with a mix of shops and restaurants. Heading south, you’ll be in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park where you can explore places like the cathedral city of St Davids, or the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy.
Features and facilities
- Chemical disposal available
- Electric hook-up available
- Hardstanding available
Notes for guests
Please note pitch number 2 (please refer to site map) does not allow awnings or pup tents.
The site does not have toilet or shower facilities. There are toilet facilities located in the main car park for the Beach which is NT owned but at present these are not open 24/7.