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ONLY RESERVATIONS BOOKED ONLINE CAN BE ACCEPTED.

NO ELECTRIC HOOKUPS AVAILABLE: ALL TAKEN FOR SEASONAL PITCHES

THE INDIAN VARIANT IS 50% MORE TRANSMISSIBLE AND MORE DEADLY THAN PREVIOUS VARIANTS. 

YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN TOILET/WASHING FACILITIES EVEN THOUGH THE TOILET/SHOWER BLOCKS WILL BE OPEN FROM MAY 24TH AS THE TOILET/SHOWER BLOCKS WILL BE LOCKED FOR CLEANING FOUR TIMES A DAY. NO PORTABLE TOILET NO ADMITTANCE.

YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO USE YOUR OWN TOILET/SHOWER FACILITIES INSTEAD OF USING COMMUNAL FACILITIES FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY BECAUSE OF THE VIRULENCE OF THE NEW VIRUS.

THERE WILL BE CHEMICAL DISPOSAL AND GENERAL WASTE DISPOSAL AND WATER POINTS.

OTHER THAN THE TOILET/SHOWER BLOCKS NO SHARED COMMUNAL FACILITIES WILL BE AVAILABLE ALL SEASON. THE SHOP WILL BE CLOSED AND THERE WILL BE NO FREEZER PACK SERVICE OR TELEPHONE/LAPTOP CHARGING. NO COMMUNAL SINK WASHING

RULES FOR ENTERING THE OFFICE: PLEASE WEAR A MASK; ONLY ONE PERSON ALLOWED IN THE OFFICE AT A TIME.

 REMEMBER THE SOCIAL DISTANCING RULE OF 2 METRES STILL APPLIES IN WALES. 

IN VIEW OF THE CONTINUED ESCALATION OF COVID 19 ONLY MINIMUM CONTACT WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE OFFICE; NONE OF THE USUAL SERVICES WILL BE AVAILABLE; CARD PAYMENT WILL ONLY BE TAKEN IN AN EMERGENCY.


Porthclais Farm Campsite is a small family run campsite near St Davids in Pembrokeshire catering for caravaners and campers.

Porthclais Farm Campsite is nestled on the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast, just a short stroll from the beautiful city of St Davids.

Visit gorgeous local beaches, the breath taking St Davids Cathedral, local art galleries or head out for a refreshing walk on the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

Can’t wait to spend time again there this year!

Mark Honeyball

There is direct access for walkers to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path so exploring the coastline is easy and we have a number of world class sandy beaches nearby.

We are open from Easter to the end of October.

Porthclais Farm Campsite is situated just next to the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its miles of spectacular scenery. The offshore islands of Skomer, Grassholm and Ramsey are renowned for their resident and migrant birds and grey seal colonies.

Open air theatres and concerts take place in the medieval Bishop’s Palace. The historic Cathedral City/village of St Davids is just half a mile away, with a wide range of shops, banks and restaurants.There is a regular bus service between the train stations at Haverfordwest and Fishguard to St Davids. The National Park provides local bus services: The ‘Celtic Coaster’ runs between Porthclais Harbour, St Justinians, Whitesands Bay and St Davids (on request will stop at Porthclais Campsite) between early April and the end of September; the ‘Puffin Shuttle’ runs southwards along the coast to Milford Haven and the ‘Strumble Shuttle’ runs along the north coast to Fishguard.

The campsite is bordered to the south by the cliff path and St Brides Bay and to the west by Porthclais Harbour where small boats can be launched.

Things to do in St Davids

Walking

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path meanders around the peninsular, over high cliff tops, rugged promontories and into a succession of sandy coves and beaches. Read more

Beaches

Some of the best beaches in the British Isles are nearby. Some are lifeguarded and are very safe for small children and toddlers with shallow rock pools for paddling and shrimping… Read more

Sailing

Slipways and public boat parks are at nearby Porthclais harbour and Fishguard. There are also slipways at Whitesands bay and Solva harbour. Boat trips run all along the coast… Read more

Music

The amazing St Davids Cathedral is a local music centre, with choral evensong, organ recitals and choral music from artists of international reputation… Read more