Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd

Castlemorris, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5EL

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

Cae Pen Y Mynydd is an adult only, newly established caravan and motorhome CL site situated in the heart of rural north Pembrokeshire. The site has panoramic views of the countryside, Preseli Mountains and sea.

A spacious 5 pitch site that can accommodate large motorhomes. Pets are welcome. CCTV security on site. Pets are welcome and there is a fenced paddock adjoining the pitches that can be used to walk/run your dog.

Local places to visit include:  

  • Priskilly Forest Country House and Golf Course which is less than 2 miles away is a great place to relax and eat out. Other pubs and restaurants in the vicinity, is The Gwesty Bach, in Castlemorris; The Farmer Arms and Siop Fach, where you can enjoy a delightful afternoon tea is in the village of Mathry
  • Plumstone Mountain is an excellent spot for dog walkers and view seekers
  • The historic harbour town of Fishguard and Strumble Head Lighthouse
  • The fishing village of Porthgain, is one of Pembrokeshire’s top places to visit with its spectacular views along the coastal path and home to the very popular Sloop Inn, The Shed restaurant and art gallery
  • The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddy, which has been named Britain’s top wild swimming spot is approx. 15 minute drive, along with a number of neighbouring beaches with beautiful hidden coves
  • You can explore Britain’s smallest City of St Davids, which is a 20 minute drive away and is home to our magnificent Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. Oriel Y Parc gallery is another must see
  • Whitesands Beach is a popular destination for beach lovers and surfers

Facilities on site ...

  • Disabled facilities*
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Laundry facilities
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: variable
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

Latest departure time: 10:00 AM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies always)

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SA62 5EL
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GPS:
Lat 51.927813 / Lon -5.05453
OS field ref:
SM900298
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Letterson, Fishguard, St Davids
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Fishguard (6.6 miles)

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Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd
First, a few minor niggles, and they are minor. The last mile is through quite narrow lanes, thankfully we did not encounter traffic the other way whilst towing onto site, that would have proved difficult. The only other negative, if you can call it that - the hard standing is so hard, that even the heavy duty hard standing pegs couldn’t bite at certain points. The rest? Pretty much perfect. The site is clean, large, nice wide spaces between pitches. The views are sensational, you have a lovely panoramic view of the surrounding areas. As mentioned in other reviews, there is a lovely, large, fenced off exercise area for dogs to run free, ours absolutely loved it. The wifi signal was nice and strong across the whole site. The shower and laundry block were very modern, the shower had nice strong pressure and perfect temperature. All in all, a definite site to use time and time again when in the area. The owner has done a fantastic job here!

Jenkins2022

Caravanner

Reviewed on 26/06/2022 22:24

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Great New Addition To The Network!

Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd
A newly established CL which offers fabulous views across to the Preselli Hills in one direction and the coast in the other. Access is straightforward but ensure you follow the directions as some of the lanes are unsuitable for large outfits. The pitches are all hard standing with enough space to accommodate car, caravan and awning/large motorhomes. They are also fully serviced - EHU, water and waste (make sure you have an extra long hose for water and waste). Free WiFi which works extremely well. The new 'toilet block' is now completed and is up and running. There are two showers, two toilets and a utility room housing a washing machine, tumble drier and sink. Large, fenced field for dogs to exercise off lead. Although Alun, the owner, does not live on site, it feels very secure with gated access and CCTV. He visits regularly to check on everything and deal with any queries. The previous reviewer made mention of having to take their rubbish home - this has now been resolved. There are plenty of recycling bins plus a large bin marked 'general waste'. There is plenty of walking from the site but no public transport close by. Ideally located for visiting places like St. David's, Fishguard, Strumble Head and other points of interest along the north Pembrokeshire Close. Currently charging £20 per night for two adults including EHU. Highly recommended and would definitely visit again. Thanks for a great stay.

JennysJaunts

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Reviewed on 26/06/2022 17:01

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Spacious pitches, wonderful views!

Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd
A very pleasant site with great views across to the hills and even a glimpse of the sea in the other direction. The site is in a good location not far from the coast and about ten minutes from a great fish and chip shop, so it was easy to go and get food and bring it back to the CL and eat it still hot. The weather was just a bit too cold and windy to make use of the picnic benches, but a nice option to have. Water on each pitch is a definite bonus when in a motorhome so you don’t have to drive the vehicle to the nearest tap to top up. Work was in progress on the shower and utility facilities so we couldn’t make use of these but this did look very smart from what we could see. The hard-standings are of a very generous size and access from the lane was easy for us in a small motorhome. The “drive-over” grey waste drain was positioned too close to the fence for us to actually drive over it to empty our waste water, just mentioning this as you probably will still need to use your outlet hose so don’t leave it at home. There were two negatives for me, the first being the request to take your general rubbish home with you. Keeping our rubbish until we could find a bin was a bit of a nuisance, especially having to keep the remains of a fish and chip supper (very smelly) in the van overnight. Plenty of bins for recycling which was good. I have never been on a CL where I could not dispose of general rubbish on site. 2nd negative - The wi-fi worked very well for the first three days, but on the morning of the fourth day we no longer had access. We were leaving the next day and didn’t want the hassle of finding the owner (who we hadn’t seen during our stay), but had we been staying longer we would have made a point of trying to get this resolved. Overall, the owner has obviously worked hard to make a great all year round site and we would definitely like to return in the future.

Gill Hulme

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Reviewed on 18/05/2022 13:40

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Excellent site with panoramic views and hard standings

Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd
We had a great four-day stay at this lovely site. The main thing for us is views and this site had great views from all pitches. Very clean, well laid out, gravel drives and standings. A great spot to tour the area from. Recommended

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Reviewed on 16/12/2021 10:37

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Cae Pen-Y-Mynydd
Extra large hard standing pitches ideal for wet winter touring. Visited here in November, all other CLs in the area are closed…Allyn has put in extra large hard standing with EHU, grey water and water connection for each pitch. The drinking water close by is a nice touch. There is a shower and utility room to be completed soon which will save us a trip to widow twanky’s laundrette (I am not joking). There is Wi-Fi too. All in all a fantastic rural site with the amenities of a larger site with the feel of a certified location.

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