St David's Lleithyr Meadow Caravan Club Site

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Great location. Not family friendly

Stayed here over half term. Great location for walks, beaches and local bus. Plenty to do in the wider area as well. Children (9 and 12) were very disappointed, playground is for young children only. No ball games allowed and nowhere to cycle for children. The Neighbouring site looked far more modern, well kept, family and eco friendly and was cheaper. Just needs a bit of tlc and updating. Being in a national park we expected a more environmentally friendly site. Large dog walking area. No facility for washing wetsuits which I've never encountered at surf beach location site before. Lots of attractions nearby.
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Stand by your beds !!!!!

We found it to be a nice quiet site but not much going on around in the vicinity. Dogs not allowed on the beach but when the tide is out there is a very small beach you can use - for a couple of hours!!!! The toilet block is too small - taking into consideration covid restrictions when fully open it would struggle to cope with demand. We spoke to 4 other couples who had been questioned about their set up, awning location and electrics by the warden. Some had huge set ups and were left alone plus not positioned as requested - front left pegs. We have a motorhome and pay for the same size pitch as a caravan but we have no car so we loose out. It would be sensible for MH's to park centre of peg (with no car) so the awning/day tent can be pitched within the boundary allocated giving enough room for the fire break - we are the paying customer ! CAMC your prices are creeping up, we know you have been closed due to covid but be fair please to your loyal members.
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Short Break - Massive thank you from us

We have just returned from this lovely site after a short 4 day break. I wanted to thank the staff for their support when my husband took poorly on our first day and ended up needing to go to hospital - the staff members were extremely helpful and concerned for both our welfares which made a traumatic experience a little easier. The site is well maintained and has fabulous views, we used the hopper bus and were able to get to see quite a lot of the surrounding area although we only had a couple of days. Whitesands Beach is well worth a visit as is St. David's with lovely shops and places to eat plus the Cathedral which is stunning. We will return one day soon..

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2 night stay touring north to south....

Followed the handbook instructions to access the site. All grass site but no tents! Lovely location within walking distance to the lovely beach of Whitesands Bay & coastal paths. Surfers paradise, if you indulge..... I can't comment on the shower/toilet block as it was closed until the day we left. Hopper bus service stops at site entrance. Next time will explore more. Recommended.
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Wonderful setting. Great for walking and dog owners

Excellent location with great views from the site. All grass pitches and quite an exposed site but we were lucky with the weather for our 5 night stay. Staff were very friendly, helpful and worked hard to make this a must visit. Superb for dog walking as many walking options immediately from the site. However dogs will need to be on leads most of the time as lots of sheep and livestock in surrounding fields. Whitesands beach is stunning but not dog friendly from May to end of September. Coastal walks are stunning as are views across to Ramsey island. Minibus pick up service at the gate helped people go further afield for walking options. A half an hour walk gets you into St. David’s for the cathedral, eating options and a decent sized local supermarket. Definitely will return
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Lovely site in a stunning location

First thing to be aware of, is that next door is a private campsite, that shares the same postcode, and the entrances are less that 200 yards apart. Lovely, well managed and looked after site, set slightly inland from the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline. As always, staff very welcoming and full of local knowledge. Even the powercut that affected the site on the Saturday (outside of the staff control), was not really noticed, and we were kept informed with regular updates, power back on by 5pm. Whitesand Bay can be reached comfortably by using the footpath from the site, but you can also drive and park there for the day, go surfing / book a surfing lesson, or enjoy the beach and the cafe. In the opposite direction and a bit further away is Blue Lagoon, most definitely worth a visit. St Davids itself, is a stunning little city (it is the smallest in Britain), recommend a visit to Chapel Choclates, Petes Plaice (Fish and Chips), and the Veg Box (local foodstuffs) We did not have time to go out on one of the boat tours advertised on site, but looked well worth a trip at some point, and seems good value for money, especially as club members are offered a 10% discount whilst we were staying there. The site is also the start point for The Coastal Way (Ffordd Arfordirol) 180 mile route, 5 days, so we will be back to do this in the future If you want to stay on a nice, quiet site, with stunning views, and local beach access, this is the site for you.
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Cracking Site in a Gorgeous Area

Stayed for 5 nights in September, first time visitors to the area, well worth the 6 hour Journey, what a fantastic place, the site is in a great location, with lovely views all round. Very well kept site, clean and tidy a credit to the hard working and friendly wardens. We had a midnight awning raid from the local Badger, he was after the bin bag! i'd say dont leave dog food in your awning unless in a sealed box. I found it quite funny, they live there, we don't, good luck to them! The only thing we found a little inconvenient was the cleaning times of the toilet block being 10.00 I understand with the covid situation it's difficult with the extra cleaning required, but maybe 11.00 would give people a bit more time to use the facilities in the morning and to have a final visit before hitting the road when moving on, There is a single toilet to use when the block is shut but it tended to be in demand with there only being one. Overall a great site, will be back for sure.

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Great location

A lovely peaceful site in a great location for the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastal path. A short walk to Whitesands Bay and the coastal path, and also less than half an hour's walk in to St David's - a useful leaflet was given to us on arrival with routes and directions from the site. Site is windy due to its fairly exposed location, and we were unfortunate enough to have Storm Alex for the last couple of days - the strong winds buffeted us for 36 hours! Follow the route instructions if you're towing. Friendly and helpful staff, site facilities very clean and tidy. Thank you!
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Lovely Site.

As newcomers to a mobile home holiday, we welcomed the friendly advice from the staff at this picturesque camp site. We had a fabulous few days, cycling and walking and getting used to our new van!
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A real Gem.

We have been coming to Lleithyr for some years. We are never disappointed either with the site or the local area. The Wardens here do a superlative job of keeping us all safe in the current health situation. That hard work is rarely appreciated. In fact in the twelve days we have been here we have seen individual guests ignoring the instruction to arrive after 1pm. This is important as the enhanced cleaning and sanitising regime runs virtually non stop throughout the day. Arriving at 11.30 is unacceptable, it means that the wardens have to leave their primary task to deal with the new arrivals. If you didn't see the arrival time on the website there is no way the sign at the gate could be missed. If you are club members you should be ashamed. Yet still the Wardens smile, I have no idea how they do it. I salute them all.

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