Coedfryn Farm Camping
Starlight camping hidden in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
About: Coedfryn Farm is a small farm site, 10 minutes drive from the town of Newport in Pembrokeshire. All pitches have their own firepit and dining area with firewood supplied. You’ll have some friendly neighbours to get acquainted with during your stay in the form of alpacas, a couple of molly lambs, some pygmy goats and a little shetland pony!
When you roll up in this sheltered woodland valley at the foot of the Preseli Hills, you’ll be able to admire the views of the Mynydd Carningli mountain and Newport bay. By night, turn your gaze skyward for some starry skies (barbecue sizzling away and firepit roaring in the background, of course).
You’ll be surrounded by hills, mountains, wooded valleys and streams, so it’s a real walkers and cyclists paradise, and there’s a public footpath running through the site which links to the village of Nevern (10 minutes walk), where there’s a picturesque 16th century inn serving great beer and hearty meals. The local beaches, which are a plenty, start about 5 minutes drive away.
Worth Noting: Each pitch has its own campfire, BBQ, picnic table and sheltered kitchen area. There is a large barn with a gas BBQ and lots of space for eating under cover and food preparation.
Number of Pitches: 5
Open: May to September
Site Owners: Hugo
Address: Coedfryn Farm, Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3XN
Phone: 07496 283505
Visit Website: www.coedfrynfarm.co.uk