Glynafon

Pleasant Valley, Stepaside, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8NY

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Glynafon CL is set in a quiet location close to Wisemans Bridge beach, The Wisemans Bridge Inn restaurant and shops, all only half a mile away. Saundersfoot is only a 30 minute walk along the coast path and has a very good selection of restaurants and bars.

There are lots of walks close by and lots of scope to explore the surrounding area and further afield if desired, including parts of the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The bus passes the entrance and stops when requested.

We have an abundance of castles in Pembrokeshire and lots of wonderful scenery to see and places to explore. Tenby holds the Ironman Wales in September (dates vary). This is a wonderful event to see and cyclists come through Wisemans Bridge to watch. It does not effect the road to our site though some roads in the area are closed on the Sunday that this event takes place.

Saundersfoot holds St. David's market in March and a Christmas market in December. In November there is a fireworks display around the 5th and another display on New Year's Eve.

We are a small holding and have pedigree sheep which our daughter, son-in-law and family show at local agricultural shows and also at The Royal Welsh show.

We are an Adult only site and we welcome well behaved dogs, which have to be kept on a lead at all times whilst on site. We do insist on this.

Our pitches are all hard standing with electric, water and grey waste disposal. We have a shower room which also has a toilet and was basin and a separate toilet and wash basin. There is a charge to use the shower (from £0.20).

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SA67 8NY
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Lat 51.730063 / Lon -4.686212
OS field ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Tenby, Saundersfoot then all Pembs, Pendine, Amroth at site entrance.
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Pembroke (15 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Kilgetty

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Warm Welsh welcome

Glynafon
I must agree with"rhish 1706" and Hardwicks27. This little gem of a site is everything they said- please read their review. I have visited Mary and Berwyn several times over the last 4/5 years and look forward to my visits every time. You get a welcome second to none, you arrive as a visitor and leave as a friend. Looking forward to my next visit .

Torfaen

Reviewed on 30/09/2021 19:21

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Fab site, location and especially owners

Glynafon
Just returned following a 2 night stay - curtailed by 3 due to a family bereavement. The site is perfectly located, a flat 10 min walk to Wiseman's Bridge (and its Inn...), and either a 30 min flat nice walk to Saundersfoot or the other way up the road and along the coast path to Amroth - slightly longer and hillier, but no great shakes. So, perfectly located (excellent directions from the owners too on booking). The site is clean, all hardstanding pitches are flat and the toilets and shower are clean and well maintained, as encouraged by the owners for us to keep things clean, as we should! Excellent recycling arrangements, and chemical toilet disposal too. TV signal poor, but the site loan you a freesat box FOC (Freshwater East, please note...) so you have full access to all channels of interest really. Each pitch has its own EHU, freshwater tap and grey water drain (so if you bring something to channel your drain straight to it you would be totally sorted). This is a working farm etc., so yes you'll see some old vehicles and projects in progress, but that's all part of life - there's no noise etc. by the way. The biggest asset is the owners and their family (3 generations?) - really nice, warm people and Mary you were so kind when I had to return home at short notice - we won't forget it. So, we're planned for a return in August and can easily see us popping down there regularly. Thanks again!

rhish1706

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Reviewed on 01/06/2021 20:55

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Little Gem

Glynafon
This CL site is a little gem situated in a fabulous location. Within easy reach to Wisemans Bridge a little further to Saundersfoot and Amroth - all within walking distance or Bus Service. Many more places to visit Dylan Thomas Place, Tenby, Pendine to name a few. Mary and Berwyn are extremely welcoming - Tractors not a problem for us (With all the beautiful places to visit in Wales not too sure why you would want to spend time in Motorhome/Caravan to even notice that they are there!) - My only issue was I wasn't able to stay longer, but have already booked another visit this time for longer.

Hardwicks27

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Reviewed on 30/05/2021 16:21

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May Bank Holiday fantastic find

Glynafon
This is a lovely site with very friendly and knowledgeable owners. Previous reviews had commented on vehicles on site however the site was in the midst of a big clear up already looking much better than we had expected. It is a lovely setting with nice views across the valley with the fully serviced pitches being well laid out including free use of a sky box. We used our own facilities but the on site facilities were impressive and spotless. Our 3 dogs enjoyed the walking straight from site to both Saundersfoot and Amroth, with the beach at Wisemans Bridge being do friendly all year round. Over the 10 days we only scratched the surface of things to do so we have already booked to return next year. We would absolutely recommend this site.

mortina

Reviewed on 23/05/2021 09:02

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Glynafon
Welcomed by owner and proximity to site excellent but stay completely spoiled by small size of bottom pitch and site appearance. We were in one of the bottom pitches with a caravan awning on one side and the entrance/exit track on the other, next to which and behind us was an assortment of rusting metal machinery, building materials, old sheds with years old contents spilling out, piles of paving slabs, plastic drums, in front of us, near the top tier of caravans were rusting tractors, more rusting metal, cars and old caravans. We had booked for 6 nights and stayed for two.

Abacus123

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Reviewed on 23/09/2020 20:23

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