Touring & Camping in Pembrokeshire
Our well-appointed resort enjoys an amazing setting with breathtaking coastal views from this special resort, tucked away just outside of one of Pembrokeshire’s most loved and cherished fishing villages, Little Haven, a mere stones throw from the only Coast National Park in the UK. Clean and modern facilities await you with the promise of a comfortable & pleasurable stay on the Pembrokeshire Coast. The focus is very much on peace & tranquillity, coupled with unrivalled customer service. Our touring and camping pitches enjoy the perfect setting from which to enjoy the spectacular sunsets of Little Haven.
As one of the most popular campsites in Pembrokeshire it is situated at a conveniently central point to explore the unspoiled natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire National Park, in a rural setting with sea views towards St Brides Bay.
Set in six acres of level grassland with tree-lined borders, this rural campsite offers very spacious, individually marked pitches, attractively laid out in three areas, with perimeter pitching. It enjoys an open outlook over neighbouring farm land and sea views.
A quiet, friendly, relaxing site, Little Haven Retreat is an ideal holiday base for couples, families and lovers of the countryside and water sports. Camping in Pembrokeshire is a great way to see this magnificent county.
Close to Beaches
Less than seven miles from both Haverfordwest and Milford Haven, it is only 1.5 miles from the pretty coastal village of Little Haven and two miles from Broad Haven, both with sandy beaches. Many of West Wales' finest beaches are within easy reach. Few caravan parks in Pembrokeshire enjoy such a privileged situation.
The famous coastal footpath is just one mile away, making Little Haven Retreat ideally placed for walking between St Brides and Nolton Haven, with a coastal bus servicing all sections.
Sailing, snorkelling, fishing, windsurfing, surfing, riding stables and golf are all available nearby, as is St. David's Cathedral, Oakwood Theme Park, castles, gardens and numerous other family attractions and places of interest - including Skomer Island, where you can see puffins and seals.
It is also convenient for ferries to Ireland from Fishguard and Milford Haven.
Awards and Classifications
VisitWales has awarded the site a '4 Star' grading and Welcome Host-Bronze Award. The park is listed in the privately owned sections of The Caravan Club and The Camping & Caravanning Club hand books.
Amazingly, our intimate and secluded location is really easy to find, less than a mile off the main A487 coast road.
Touring & Camping Tariff
Low Season: 1st March – 1st April, 13th April – 30th April, 1st October – 9th Jan
|Low Season||High Season|
|Caravan / Motorhome / Car + 2 persons||£25.50||£34.00|
|Tents (up to 8m long) / Car + 2 persons||£25.50||£34.00|
|Hiker tent / Car + 2 persons||£20.00||£23.00|
|Extra Persons (each)||£4.00||£4.00|
|Awnings (tourer & motorhome)||£3.00||£3.00|
|Pup tents with the above (on same pitch)||£3.00||£3.00|
|Gazebos (by arrangement)||£3.00||£3.00|
|Extra Cars (each)||£1.00||£3.50|