Shortlands Farm

Druidston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NE

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

  • Sea views.
  • See owner's Website for pitch availability.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
SA62 3NE
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GPS:
Lat 51.807551 / Lon -5.09293
OS field ref:
SM867167
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Pembroke (15 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Haverfordwest

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Simple but stunning

Shortlands Farm
A spacious CL field at the end of a track that is relatively flat although ramps will be needed. The views from the higher pitches of the sunset are truly breathtaking. The views from the lowest pitch are slightly obscured by hedging but still stunning. We did not use the washing facilities as these seemed to be for the use of the neighbouring camping field, which we were not at all disturbed by. Check in was a simple text message and replies to a couple of questions were answered immediately which was very helpful. It is a simple 5 minute walk to the coastal path and it is possible to drive to most of the local places of interest within 45 minutes. The petrol station a mile up the road en route to Haverfordwest appeared to offer the daily essentials (milk, bread etc).

Johnfarndell

Caravanner

Reviewed on 01/09/2021 10:06

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Good base for walking the coastal path

Shortlands Farm
Lovely well-spaced site almost right on the coastal path. If you have a motorhome there's the one tap in the corner of the CL field. We weren't expecting the shower block to be open but it was, which was an added bonus. Sadly the hotel is almost out of bounds - members only. We tried to get in for dinner mid-week but they really weren't interested. Sad for those who have been using it for years - see the FB comments. The farm shop is well worth a visit and the petrol station between the turning off the A road and Haverfordwest is very well stocked. Great base for walking. Recommended is the boat trip to Skomer - thousands of puffins. We also did a ridge walk along the Pressili hills, having looked at them from the site each night. Great views and a lovely spot for lunch. Would recommend and would return.

Panthemonium

Reviewed on 19/07/2021 18:37

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Lovely rural retreat

Shortlands Farm
Shortlands is in a delightful settling if a bit off the beaten track. The field is large, level and a choice of six pitches all with electric hook up. The water is accessed from the corner of the field and the garbage and toilet waste disposal point is just outside the entrance to the field but very handy. Other facilities were closed in accordance with club rules. We walked down to the coast from the site through a lane to get to the sea. The first night of our stay was wet and windy but that did not diminish from the lovely setting. We visited St Davids and walked to St Davids Head one day then yesterday we cycled to Marloes at the end of St Bride’s Bay. Broadhaven beach is long with lots of sand but a bit challenging to cycle out off. Check in was as per the welcome email and very easy.

Meandering Maisie

Reviewed on 27/05/2021 20:07

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Great Site, Great Facilities

Shortlands Farm
Stayed for two nights in August 2020. This is a lovely site with loads of room, cracking facilities and lovely owners. The walks down to the beach are a treat and definitely worthwhile. Would stay again if and when in the area. Well done to the owners for providing a lovely site

Colin and Vikki

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Reviewed on 17/08/2020 15:46

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Fantastic Summer break

Shortlands Farm
We have been to Pembrokeshire a few times and now have finally found a truly great site to stay on. Whenever we visit we always ensure we pack for all weathers. This 10 day July/ August trip we had mostly amazing sunshine. The CL is in a fantastic position with gorgeous sunset and sea views. It is somewhat exposed but we always take "all-weather" precautions (ie awning storm straps etc in place) so nothing took us by surprise. The adjoining campsite was quite full but friendly campers mixed well with the CL caravaners. The facilities (3 toilets, 3 showers) were great, clean and we never had to queue. The coastal path is only a few minutes down a path and Druidston Haven beach just a bit further downhill. Druidstone Hotel, perched above the beach, does great food and happy to accomodate dogs in the bar area or on the many outside tables. There is so much to do in the whole area and we never tire of walking the coastal path. Favourite beaches: Marloes sands, Broadhaven South, Porthmynawyd beach (.. Pointz Castle (great icecream !!) and walk down footpath to beach) We found a great place only a few minutes away, Hilton Court. Great trails, woodland play areas, local arts and crafts and a lovely tearoom. The CL owners were unobstrusive but their support of a family in need on the CL was truly heartwarming and compassionate. We had a great stay, we will be back. Thank you.

KEE2012

from Powys

Reviewed on 11/08/2019 18:22

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