The winner of Best Campsite in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2013, Celtic Camping has a spacious campsite and flexible bunkhouse accommodation in a stunning location. Based on the 250-acre National Trust working farm of Pwll Caerog, there are unsurpassed sea views and easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. A short walk away is the Blue Lagoon at Aberieddi and, four miles north, the City of St Davids.
Celtic Camping has flexible and relaxed camping areas, electric hook-up facilities, clean and well-maintained toilet and shower facilities across the site for no additional charge.
We welcome individuals, families and large groups.
There are a few places in the world where the view is really awesome, and Celtic Camping is one of those places.
With a big sky and a wide view of the beautifully rugged Pembrokeshire coastline, this is one place to pitch your tent with a stunning vista. Plus it almost faces due west, so you get amazing sunsets too.
Celtic Camping makes a great base for exploring Pembrokeshire.
If you've not visited Pembrokeshire before, you're in for a treat.
Rugged cliffs and turquoise clear waters. The wildlife loves it here too.
Celtic Camping is right by the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, so a good base for exploring right from the campsite (though watch little explorers on the cliff edges).
There's a little bay with a beach next to the campsite, or you can take a stroll to the Blue Lagoon and larger beach at Abereiddy Bay.
There's not just great scenery and beaches, Pembrokeshire is a haven for outdoor activities.
We explored the hidden coastline with the Kayak King and had great fun paddle boarding with Board Games Surfing. We highly recommend you try out both of these activities, which are really close to Celtic Camping.
The campsite provides drying and washing facilities (no charge), which is useful with all the beaches and activities nearby.
There's also a large covered eating area if the weather's not too good (complete with indoor BBQs).
If you don't feel like cooking then just a few minutes drive down the road is The Sloop Inn at Porthgain. This is a great place to get a meal in the evening sun, and then go for a stroll and watch the sunset over the water. (Click here to see some pictures).
Shower DetailsOur showers are free of charge in individual blocks
Electric Hook-upsWe have a number of electric hook-ups available to book during the season.
Price per night: 14 per adult (over 16), 7 per child (over 5), 3 per dog, and Infants (under 4) are free.
On The Map
Getting to Celtic Camping St Davids could not be easier. We are well serviced by the local ‘Strumble Shuttle’ bus service, National Rail services at Haverfordwest and Fishguard and the ferry terminals in Pembroke and Goodwick.
Walking the Coastal Path, our Pembrokeshire campsite and bunkhouse are 500m from the coast. Above the small beach of Aber Pwll, grid reference SM786302, follow the brown sign to Pwll Caerog Farmhouse
If driving to Pembrokeshire we have plenty of parking space for cars, minibuses and coaches. We are located four miles north of St Davids near Aberieddy.
Sat-Nav will get you here (SA62 6DG) via very narrow lanes.
By Car, from the East, we would recommend
Take M4, A48 via Carmarthen, A40 to Haverfordwest & A487 to St Davids Continue through St Davids towards Fishguard By St Davids Rugby Club fork left. We are 4 miles along this road, after Perennial Nursery, Pembs Sheepdogs Look on the left, large brown sign at the top of the farm lane, Celtic Camping By Car, from the North
Take the A487 to Fishguard and then towards St Davids In the village of Croes-goch turn right onto Aberieddy Road after farm stores Follow the lane for 2 miles & fork left by Cwmwdig Guest House Follow this small coast road through the hamlet of Berea for 1 more mile Look on the right, a large brown sign at the top of the farm lane, Celtic Camping If travelling by larger vehicle, touring a caravan you may find it easier this way.
From Fishguard or Haverfordwest follow A40 to the village of Letterston Take B4331, St Davids Road, towards Mathry until you reach the crossroads Turn left on to A487 towards St Davids In the village of Croes-goch turn right onto Aberieddy Road by farm stores Follow for 2 miles & turn left at Cwmwdig Guest House Follow this small road through the hamlet of Berea for 1 more mile Look on the right, a large brown sign at the top of the farm lane, Celtic Camping As mentioned – Sat-Nav will get you here (SA62 6DG) via very narrow lanes.
We hope the directions help. If you are unsure please feel free to call to us to assist you to our St Davids Campsite & Bunkhouse accommodation, in the heart of Pembrokeshire….it is well worth the trip.
AddressCeltic Camping & Bunkhouse Accommodation
Pwllcaerog Farm, Berea, St Davids