Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 4 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 4 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

Ideal for the Pembrokeshire Coast

Firstly follow the directions from the book to find this site, although it can also be approached from the St Davids site, as long as you know the road and don't come off the A487 as the entrance is impossible. I prefer the St Davids road instead of the Haverford West - Croes-goch road but you need to look up the access before travelling. Secondly this is a basic electrics only site, but the grass is well cut, and there is sufficient protection from being directly on the coast (and we needed it even in July). There is plenty of space, and lets face it, you're here for the coast. I could have scored any amount of stars for the attractions, but remember this is not Cornwall, you have to make the best from the natural resources and that is where it excels. The coastal walking is superb, and more adventurous activities can be found such as coastering and sea kayaking as well as standard west coast beach activities. If you are in to art, the Galleries around the area are very good, we made purchases at the Oriel Albion Gallery in St Davids, but there is something to support most tastes if you explore. Note, the whether in Pembrokeshire is always a challenge, but again there is some of the beauty as the changing light and conditions also make the area more attractive (or repulsive depending on your view). The chip shop in Porthgain was given very good reviews from all that we spoke to, but there is a warning the for those expecting animal fat specialities will be grossly disappointed as I was and found them somewhat mediaocre. The best recommendation is will I stay here again and here you get a resounding YES
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