Heath Cottage

Jameston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8QJ

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

  • Easy access via gravel drive. Quiet site with lawned field and open countryside view of 'ridgeway'.
  • Adjacent meadow for dog walking with access to bridle path.
  • Coastal path with access to local bays and Manorbier Castle 20 minute walk away, national parks near by.
  • Service bus to Tenby and Pembroke will stop outside the gate every hour.
  • Nearest shop is Manorbier Post Office.

Facilities on site ...

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

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
SA70 8QJ
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Lat 51.656061 / Lon -4.81345
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Haverfordwest, Pembroke, Tenby
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Pembroke (6 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Manorbier
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Peace and quiet - just what we wanted!

Heath Cottage
We've used CL sites before and would never go back to a main site again, sites like Heath Cottage are the reason why. Only 5 pitches (2 hardstanding, 3 grass) but by far the most room we've ever had. So spacious and the grounds are well maintained. There is field accessed by a gate you can use to walk your dog - it's huge! It appears to be completely contained within a wire fence but I think a smaller dog may be able to wriggle through in place so be aware. There is a single combined toilet block and shower room. With five pitches you may occasionally have to wait a few minutes but that's no big deal, you're on holiday after all. My only suggestion to Terry would be to smarten up the shower. It's certainly functional and clean but looks a bit drab and unappealing. Terry greeted us on arrival, he was welcoming and has good local knowledge. He was also happy to lend me his step ladders so that I could repair my ariel which had gotten knocked over at some point on the journey. The nearest shop is at the Post Office in Manorbier - Google maps lists it as a Londis but in fact it's a Nisa and very expensive so do your shopping while you're out and about. Manorbier beach is an absolute gem, soft sand flanked by rock pools and pebbles to one side. Toilets and loads of cheap car parking (tip - put the Pay by Phone app on your mobile) and a short walk to Manorbier Castle for refreshments. If you're towing from England ignore your satnav when it tells you to take a left turning and leave the A477, stay on it a few more miles and go to Pembroke. From there take the Upper Lamphey Road (last exit on the roundabout) to Lamphey and then the A4139 to Jameston. When towing away from site don't be tempted to save a few miles by taking the Tenby Rd, there's a vicious tight turn under a bridge where traffic in both directions narrows to a single lane. Just go back the way you came in. All in all we'd highly recommend Heath Cottage for a quiet, relaxing getaway.

Michael Michael

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Reviewed on 14/07/2023 07:18

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Beautiful little CL

Heath Cottage

Upon arrival we were warmly greeted by the owner and shown to our pitch. The site is mainly grass pitches with just the two hard standings, (one of which we utilised), but are all very well maintained. We even saw the owner prepping the grass pitches for some new arrivals whilst there. The site has some beautiful views of the countryside on a nice sunny day, and is 5 miles either side of Tenby and Pembroke, so ideally suited for any days out. There is the one toilet and shower unit, located at the reception area, somewhat basic, but very adequate, clean and well maintained. Only minor gripe I had whilst there was the solitary fresh water tap, the pressure is not the highest, so does take a long time to refill your aquaroll. Given this extremely minor niggle, it is definitely one we will be looking to return to next year.

Jenkins2022

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Reviewed on 05/05/2023 23:22

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We really enjoyed this site. We called an hour before our arrival and Mr Williams made sure the plots had been mown and were good to go. When we arrived, there were two other couples there. He gave us a choice of the remaining pitches. We were a family of 4 adults in a caravan, with awning plus extension and two dogs. The pitch was huge and we could set it up how we liked. The dog walking field was also very large and the dogs can be off the lead provided the sheep weren't in the field (we didn't see them during our 1 week stay). The washing facilities are small and basic but more than adequate - a toilet, sink and electric shower - cleaned every day. No pot washing facilities. The view was great, and if you're into star gazing, the there was no light pollution, allowing you to see the Milky Way clearly. Beaches were close by and we spent some time on Manorbier, Barafundle, and Broad Haven South. We also visited Tenby (lovely but busy) and Saundersfoot (small, but pretty). Mr Williams was very helpful and friendly. Based on this stay, I think we'll be choosing CL sites over Club Sited from now on Note to caravanners - we drove from England so approached from the east, but given that I was towing I didn't want to go near Tenby so we took A477, the A4075 into Pembroke and A4139 to Jameston. Apart from the sharp left turn onto a tricky roundabout onto the A4139, I thought this was a wise choice. Although still a winding road to Jameston, if you approach the site from Tenby, there is a very tight kink in the road under the railway bridge. I'm glad I avoided it.

bowesy269

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Reviewed on 28/08/2022 15:12

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Perfect location, great views, quiet and good facilities!

Heath Cottage
A lovely CL site with shower and toilet (everso important as a campervan), fabulous countryside, views, pub in walking distance, a bus that you could hail down into Tenby outside on the main road and an amiable owner who could give us information about the locality. Lots to do and see in the area so great location. There was a little notice when you first arrive at the site asking you to ring the bell for directions to your pitch. Please can I just say, having seen another comment here and having witnessed someone turning up and choosing their own pitch.... Please always report on arriving and ask where the owner would like you to pitch, this is basic politeness and manners, you wouldn't turn up at club sites and pitch up anywhere. In fact we would like to go back to this site and would request a particular pitch so be thoughtful and ask where to pitch! Hope to come back next year, still so much in the area to see and do!

SamanthaHarris16

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Reviewed on 18/07/2022 17:07

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Wonderful stay

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Lovely spacious pitches. I really do not like the sites that squeeze you all in one row so this was great. It's more informal with the mowing done with nature in mind. Pitches are well maintained with longer grass growing round you. We love this, it's so nice to see the daisies and dandelions thriving. We came to visit friends so we booked the closest site to them thinking, what will be will be... well we were delighted ... and very relaxed. We'd love to come back.

Natalietaylor

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Reviewed on 01/05/2022 12:09

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