Campsite Review:
Caerfai Organic Farm Campsite, St Davids, Wales

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

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Caerfai Organic Farm Campsite
Caerfai Organic Farm
St Davids
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6QT
Tel: 01437 720548
Fax: 01437 720548

Website

Our Rating:

When: September 2009

Our Stay: St David’s is at the furthest west point of Wales and is Britain’s smallest city. It was due to be an over-night stop, but Caerfai Organic Farm Campsite was so perfectly located and the weather was so good that we stayed for three nights. The site sits atop the cliffs at Caerfai Bay with its very pretty small sand beach, accessible by a steep paved path. It was great to wake up to the views, but it was equally quite exposed to sea breezes.

Feel and atmosphere: Green, organic, amazing sea views, breezy.

Facilities: Solar and wind energy are used to heat and power the simple facilities block. The temperature of the water seemed to vary with the time of day as you might expect. Electric hook-up is available for just a few of the pitches. There’s a small shop on site that apparently sells the farm’s produce but wasn’t open while we were there.

Type of site: Sloped ground, grass pitches, informal, touring site only.

Location: The ‘city’ centre is a walkable distance along country lanes but the site feels pleasantly isolated and peaceful. Farm fields, cliffs and sea as far as the eye can see.

Things to do nearby: The Pembrokeshire coastal path passes just by the site. There are several small bays and beaches to explore in the area. Ramsey Island sits off-shore from St Justinian’s for bird and grey seal spotting trips. St David’s is a lovely small town with a crooked and historic cathederal. It has a few nice shops and cafes. Cwtch (Pronounced Cutch) is reputed to an excellent restaurant but seems popular as we were unable to get a table when we called on the day we wanted to go.

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