Meadow Camping

The upper meadow camping pitch.

Early morning sun - The campfire and kitchen area faces East so mornings are punctuated by the sun full on till early afternoon. The back of this Huge pitch is more wilderness of Pembrokeshire and a steep bank covered in trees with a secret den hidden 15 metres up the slope looking over the pitch.
Entering the meadow from the valley, this lovely pitch is on the left of the track. There are a few trees around the pitch but it definitely feels more meadow than woodland. The stream is down one boundary and can be heard but not seen or accessed as there is a fence and substantial vegetation growth so very child friendly.
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More North west - south east alignment but it still gets a lot of sun due to its large size. like all our pitches there is a compost, waterless toilet dedicated for your comfort as these meadow pitches are a bit further from the facilities but closer to the sea of course. The camp kitchen has a 3000 mm long bench at 1 end with a picnic table that can be inside or moved outside depending on the weather. There is washing line and loads of hooks to hang all your camp bits and pieces.
This pitch is split level with the upper level perfectly flat but a little smaller than the lower area which has a gentle slope. It is our largest pitch by some at 14m x 20m.
This pitch is great for camping but due to the slight slope less suitable for motorhomes and large campers. It’s all lush grass and again fertilised by our lovely sheep over the Winter months.

In the meadow there is a mains drinking water tap by the entrance in form of our “village pump” and the access path to the end of the woods and onward to the sea. The sea is around a 100 metres from the end of the campsite.
There is a little view down the meadow and you can just about see the lower meadow pitch which is 50 meters away or so but still very secluded.

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