Heath Cottage

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We recently stayed here for 5 nights in June. You will probably approach the site from Pembroke, as you see the sigh for Jameston the lay by is on your left, take a good swing to get through the gates. You MUST ring the bell at the rear of the house for Mr Williams to guide you to a pitch, there is no sign or information to let you know this! If like us you were unaware and set up, you will incur Mr Williams wrath. This can (and did) taint your experience of your stay at this acceptable site. We witnessed this happen to another couple as well. Pub is 7 minutes ,walk half the first part is without pavement. Great beaches nearby, highly recommend St Davids and the coast near there.
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Lovely site. I recommend the all day bus ticket.

I wholeheartedly agree with the other reviewers, and just want to add a tip - you can get an all day bus ticket as you board the bus in Jameston, for just £6 (2019 price for 1 adult). Then you can spend the day hopping on and off at various beaches and resorts with no driving, and no parking to worry about!
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Excellent site, charming owners, central for things to do

The CL has plenty of space on very gently sloping land, with the sun most of the day, access is easy off a quiet A road, and the pitches are sheltered by the house from the road. The toilet, washbasin and shower are just for site users and kept in good condition, fresh water and waste faculties are well organised. There are multiple electric points so you have a good choice of where to pitch. Adjacent to the CL is an enclosed field that is fine for dog walking. Buses pass the CL in the Tenby and Pembroke directions, the village pub is a few minutes walk and does decent "pub grub", we thought this was OK, but there are better pubs a short drive away, a couple of minutes walk passed the village pub is a shop which had the basics, however a garage/postoffice/shop a few minutes drive away has a better selection that will meet most needs, there are full scale supermarkets in Tenby and Pembroke. We enjoyed the beaches, which in July were almost empty, Multiple National Trust properties, Cliff and Woodland walks, and a boat trip around a RSPB reserve off St David's. Well worth a visit either for a couple of nights or a longer stay.
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Lovely site

Stayed here back in Oct 2015, been back June this year and just as we rembered, a lovely site, fab meadow to walk our 2 dogs, sue and Terry very helpful, shower and toilet kept very clean although we used our caravan shower mostly but also used these facilities twice. Will definitely make this a site to visit again, within walking distance of local pub swanlake had a couple of really good meals here and atmosphere very friendly, cant wait to return again next tear.
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Excellent CL, we will definitely be back

Absolutely delighted with our recent four night stay at Heath Cottage, we received a very warm welcome from Sue and Terry who take great pride with their CL. The CL is ideally situated between Pembroke (5m) and Tenby (5m) with a bus stop right outside the gate with an hourly bus service. We were in our motorhome and had a hardstanding with electric. The pitches are nicely set in an almost manicured lawn at the rear of the cottage with lovely views across the countryside. Although most of the time we used our own facilities the toilet and shower room was kept in excellent condition and very clean. A lovely site and we can’t wait to come back. Two pubs within walking distance, we only tried the Swanlake Inn which was great, good food and top cask beer. Surely a candidate for CL of the year.
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Very nice site. Will go back there the next time I am in the area.

Very nice site. The owners were very friendly & welcoming. As with virtually all CL's, the on-site facilities are basic. There is a bathroom with a lavatory and a shower. As other people have pointed out, there is only one, so you may end up queuing at busy times of the year. That said, I think that most people that use CL's expect the facilities to be basic and bank on using the on-board facilities on their caravan. We went towards the end of the season and were lucky enough to have the place to ourselves as there was no one else there on the nights that we stayed. There is a very large "dog walking field" on site (around 20 meters walk from where my caravan was parked). This was extremely handy, especially when the dog wanted to go out in the middle of the night!!! The only criticism that I can come up with is that the grass in the dog walking field was a bit too long for my dog to be able to run properly (she's a greyhound, so not exactly a small dog and the grass was halfway up here legs). That is me being very fussy though. Other than that I can't think of anything to moan about!
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We stayed here at the end of July what the information doesn't tell you is there is only one toilet/shower combined so when it's in use you have to wait. These facilities are very basic and need a VERY GOOD clean at the very least but a up date would be a suggestion. We would not stay there again.

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Great Site in South Pembrokeshire

We stayed here for 10 days in June 2018, primarily for access to the southern end of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.

We used the bus to get to Tenby and then picked up a connection to Amroth for a walk back to the site along the coast. We walked other sections through to Pembroke by parking and getting the coast path bus to the start of a walk back to the car.

We tried the two local pubs, but were disappointed with the Tudor Lodge for food. The closer Swanlake Inn was rather better.

If you're there on a Wednesday, the market in the Village Hall is good for home made delights that include bara brith, cakes, bread, preserves, etc!

The MoD Castlemartin firing range is not far away and is used during the week, with night firing on a Tuesday. There's a viewing area for the public, which is signposted in the area and might be worth a look, particularly if Challenger tanks are involved!

The CL's toilet / shower were kept clean and in good order.

We enjoyed our stay!

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Brilliant site and owners

Perfectly located between Pembroke and Tenby, loads of places to explore mostly with stunning beaches to sit on. As well Close to the coastal path. Site slopes a bit but Terry the owner was quickly on hand with wooden levelling ramps to sort that out. Ideal for a relaxed and peaceful break, adjoining access field a bonus for dog owners. There is a shower and toilet available for those that need it. Definatly one to come back to.

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Perfect little hideaway

Sue and Terry are so very helpful,and work hard offering assistance on everything from setting up to advice on places to visit,even laminated maps provided.Shower and loo adequate and cleaned regularly.Lovely views within well maintained surroundings.Ideally situated between Tenby and Pembroke,so much to see and do,we will definitely return.

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