Bwlford Small Holding

Bulford Road, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3ET

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Set on a working smallholding, our CL site comprises of a 2 acre field with grass pitches (some slightly sloping), 2 hardstanding pitches if necessary, electric hook ups, water and a CCEP point. Open to adults, children and well behaved dogs, our guests are welcome to explore the smallholding and woodland, visit our chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks and pigs and gain a taste of life as a smallholder. In addition, we have a gated coarse lake stocked with Carp and silvers, which our guests can purchase a Day, Night or 24 Hour Ticket.

Centrally located on the outskirts of a village and within 3 miles of Haverfordwest and Milford Haven, this CL site offers the perfect location for those wishing to sample all Pembrokeshire has to offer, whatever the weather! The nearby village of Johnston has a number of pubs, convenience stores, a pharmacy and a lovely bakery. The nearest beach (Broad Haven) is only 3 miles away, and for keen walkers, the coastal path can be reached within a 10 minute drive. Family attractions e.g. Folly Farm, Oakwood, Heatherton and Tenby are all within a 25 minute drive, and the wonderful offerings of Pembrokeshire National Park, e.g. Castell Henllys in North Pembrokeshire can be reached within 40 minutes.

We run an environmentally friendly smallholding, and as such, provide basic facilities for recycling and refuse disposal. We kindly ask that guests use only eco friendly chemicals in our CCEP as this runs into a biotank.

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Facilities on site ...

  • Coarse fishing
  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

2 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 51.754498 / Lon -5.014146
OS field ref:
SM923104
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Haverfordwest
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Pembroke (7 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Johnston

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Natural surroundings. The good life.

Great pitch on hardstanding. Level. Electric 16A supply. Water within 50m. Elsan point 50m. Proprietor took us on a tour of the small holding. Fascinating the variety of animals and breeds. He obviously loves his vocation. Would recommend without hesitation.
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Wonderful site - great for cycling

We so enjoyed this site a few weeks back...wonderful welcome from the interesting and friendly owner. He provided hardstanding for us with lovely view of the lake, sheep, turkeys. What was brilliant here was that we could easily cycle into the village along a cyclepath through the woods - great way to return offroad from the pub ! We had a lovely meal in the Vine Inn. Also we had easy access onto the Brunel trail a cyclepath along the old railway down to Neyland and then onto another cycle route to Milford Haven. On our return we only had to do about a mile or so on the road. We also cycled to Little Haven and Broad Haven along the cyclepath which runs outside the site then through lanes which were quiet at this time of year but perhaps we wouldn't have managed the steep hill out of Little Haven had we not had our electric bikes!! We will visit again and cycle the path to Haverfordwest next time and explore more of the flat interior of Pembrokeshire.

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Had such a relaxing time only just remembered to leave a review. Overall an excellent site, the only minus being some road noise early in the morning. The weather helped - it was blistering hot in July. Easy to find as we had the OSmap. Good access into the field. Richard and Claire helpful and friendly. Good access to main roads which meant we could explore Pembrokeshire in all directions. Would recommend the Indian brasserie for a meal as way above average. Unfortunately the pub was only average pub grub. Claire and Greg from Worcester

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The welcome was warm and the access easy although the instructions were not very clear. Richard said he would investigate. It is adjacent to a road which was surprisingly busy and noisy which was an issue for us at 5am. The field that you are in may be 2 acres but due to the close proximity of the electric posts you really are in around ¼ acre. This does mean that there’s lots of space for kids to play. However, if the site had been full the pitches would have been very cosy. £15/night also seemed a bit steep for no facilities especially as the grass was quite long. TV signal OK and 3G OK on Three and O2. For those that like to eat out, just over an hours walk along quiet lanes you have the Masons Arms which serves delicious home cooked food and well kept ales. A 30 minute walk into Johnston gets you to the Bombay Brassiere which offers excellent Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine and is gaining a great reputation.

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What a little gem of a site this is, easy to find,large pitches,surrounded by countryside views,owners extremely nice people & happy to explain all aspects of there farm which includes rare breed sheep.pigs,chickens etc.A well stocked fishing pool is on site which i highly recommend.Central to all local attractions beaches,castles, marinas, wildlife centres etc i feel a stay at this site will give you every thing you require for a relaxing stay with wonderful hosts.

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