Longhouse

Mathry, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5AN

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

We have a level, mown, coastal 0.5 acre field suitable for caravans and motor homes. We are situated halfway between Fishguard/Goodwick and St Davids. It is a quiet, relaxing site and it excellently placed for walking the Pembrokeshire coastal path, cycling the coastal roads or just relaxing in your caravan and enjoying the stunning sea and coastal views. There are small bays and harbours within walking distance.

There is a local Spar shop and garage 2.5 miles away and the local pub and tea room are only 1 mile away. The Strumble Shuttle Bus is a convenient coastal bus (which has a winter/summer timetable) which passes the end of our farm lane and is popular with visitors and there is a bus stop in the village for the local bus service.

Pets are welcome. Advance booking only. Sandy Harbour 0.5 mile. Golf nearby. We are sorry but electric cars cannot be charged on this CL.

We look forward to welcoming you to our coastal farm CL.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 51.957112 / Lon -5.134857
OS field ref:
SM847334
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Fishguard, St David's
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Fishguard (8 miles)

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What an amazing view to wake up to each day

Just spent a week at Longhouse, what a great place to wake up! The site is on a farm, and your view is looking out over the sea, sheep and cows. The site is easy to find but do use the information in the handbook, although at the moment there are some road works, so if advised by the owner, do follow the revised instructions, as there is good reason. You can walk to a lovely little beach for the dog to go for a safe swim, in Abercastle, there are toilets at the bay, but unfortunately nowhere to have a drink, but I am sure that this keeps this little cove tourist free. The coastline here is so stunning, what a lot of lovely places to visit, and great dog friendly pubs. The owner is lovely and offers advice and assistance. Would highly recommend and will be visiting again.

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Brilliant Views

Just arrived home after spending a week at this CL. Which has : Lovely costal views from the caravan pitch. Costal walks from site and places to visit without travelling too far. Dog friendly Pub within walking distance which serves great food too. On arrival Mrs Raymond gave me the Strumble Bus time table & Coast to Coast information paper. Great little CL 🤗🤗🤗
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Fantastiv view

This site was easy to find and get set up. The field was rather small but the views certainly made up for it. It was very peaceful with some wonderful walks directly from the site, along the Coast to Abercastle and beyond. Ideal for dogs to paddle as the small port was very safe. Would defo return.

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Fabulous!

This was our 3rd site out of 4 on a 2 week trip and we loved it! Very laid back, relaxed and relaxing( no kids while we were there, always a bonus for us!) The views are spectacular, the local scenery is stunning. Due to very hot weather we didn't do as much walking as usual as we have 2 dogs but they were able to cool off nicely at abercastle , which is a very picturesque little harbour, and then it's a very pleasant walk to the next cove, lovely and quiet. We also walked the other way to the next cove in that direction, again great for the dogs to swim and the views along the coastal path are absolutely beautiful. The owner of the site lives very close by in the farm house and is really lovely and friendly but totally unobtrusive which is what we like. Level pitches all with an amazing view, good recycling facilities, cdp nicely tucked away, would go back in a heartbeat !
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Short weekend break

We stayed at this site for 2 nights, it was raining when we arrived but the following morning we opened the blinds to see a stunning view across to Strumble Head. The site is lovely, the owners are lovely, there are fantastic walks from the site to places we'd never heard of! despite the fact we live in Wales and only travelled for 2 hours to get there. We would recommend the site to everyone, the local village has a great pub (The Ship) with friendly staff, great food, real ales and dogs are welcome in both bar and restaurant, an ice cream can be had at Porthgain, another stunning little village or a cream tea in Trevin by the pub. We will definitely be visiting again, we had a perfect relaxing weekend stay.

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