Treginnis Uchaf Farm

St David's, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6RS

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

The CL Site is a spacious level ground grass site with magnificent open views to the surrounding countryside. Suitable for caravans and camper vans. After setting up the caravan/campervan, there is only a short walk to the secluded Porthllisky Bay with its fascinating rock pools and clear waters safe for bathing.

From the beach, you can easily join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to head westwards to view Ramsey Island and Treginnis Peninsula. Seals can be seen and often porpoises are diving in Ramsey Sound. Take a picnic and enjoy the peace and calm of this picturesque area. Peregrines, choughs and a wide variety of seabirds can be seen soaring above you.

Sit and enjoy your glass of wine outside your caravan and watch the fantastic sunsets or survey badgers and foxes across the valley. The site has picturesque views of St Davids in the distance. Spectacular views of Carn Llidi, Penberry and St Davids can be seen from the caravan site. Treginnis Uchaf is only one & a half miles west of St Davids where there is a supermarket, galleries, restaurants, cafes, pubs, St Davids Information Centre and the splendid St Davids Cathedral.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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1 acres

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Postcode:
SA62 6RS
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Lat 51.872739 / Lon -5.30007
OS field ref:
SM728244
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Fishguard (18 miles)

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Excellent CL

Our second visit to this lovely site, this time we were pitched on the top site overlooking Ramsey Sound. The views are stunning especially of the setting sun.  The grass is mown regularly and the site kept tidy. The owners are very friendly and helpful.  We took our bikes this time and spent most days cycling the quiet lanes around  St David's over to Solva and Porthgain.  At £10 a night this well kept and quiet site is excellent value and we hope to visit again soon. 
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A stunning coastline!

This site, situated almost at the end of a road/track that ends with the next farm is fairly easy to find. The approach is narrow but perfectly ok if you take your time. The owners, when we finally met them could not have been nicer, very helpful and very busy with the farm which is a sheep farm.  The site is flat, the grass well maintained and the local walking is beyond compare. The coastline is beautiful in this area, and a 15min walk puts you in a little bay which is lovely. The coastal path passes all the way around the coast so no matter which way you go, there is always good walking. Wildlife abounds around here and the first spotting of the elusive chough was a great joy.  Recycling was available in a shed on site.  Further afield, St David's is definitely worth a visit and the cathedral is a must. St David's is served by a Nisa supermarket and that is very well stocked and the meat is to die for : there is a reduced section with astounding bargains so for BBQers it's a must. A bus service runs every half hour along various routes North and south at £1 per journey. Well worth the money if you wish to explore further out although the LOCAL AREA is stunning.One place I can recommend is 'The Shed' at Porthgain. You just have to try the fish and chips!! £10 a night I thought was a little heavy for a non EHU site and when we found out the awning was £2 a night - another £30 was a bit of a shock and, it was getting toward hook up prices. Apart from that, it is a lovely part of the world and well worth a visit. I would recommend without hesitation.

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We spent 2 nights on this site over the May bank holiday weekend. We received a warm & helpful welcome. The grass on the site was short and the site is very well placed for walking around St David's headland and Porthskilly Beach through the owners fields. Highly recommended site.

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Superb CL, Amazing location.

We stayed in July. . . .the weather was very warm & sunny, the experience was excellent! The couple running the farm are very friendly and helpful & also very busy on the farm. We booked in by going to the porch and signing a leaflet, leaving money and collecting some very useful info including walks from the farm along the coast. Great job, well done, so helpful! Soon after we met Rob on his quad bike with his dogs :-), he showed us 2 fields and we stayed on the top one. The view out to sea & Ramsey Island was spectacular. We watched the sun go down from our pitch every night, wonderful. This followed on from a sadly disappointing stay at Brecon and was a total contrast in every respect. So if you are OK with limited services . . water tap, bottomless bin sunk in the ground for waste (works really well!) & no hook up . . . .then I couldn't recommend this site any more strongly. If you want a spectacular view and don't mind it a bit windy then choose the top field! 5 * all the way!

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The pick of the West

Stayed at this site twice this summer, both times a joy, the site is quiet, and surrounded by beautiful scenery. Good welcome - owners are busy but still made time to chat on Saturday change over day If you are looking for a place to recharge away from the rat race this is it. Not too many of you I hope
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