Came here first in June of this year and loved the location and "feel" of the site so much that came back again in September.
Very well-maintained; spotless facilities and friendly, helpful staff. Congratulations to them for doing a great job.
Site is perfectly positioned for access to the coastal path, to Whitesands Beach, for a bracing walk up Carn Lidli and for the pubs and restaurants in St David's itself (an easy 20 -30 min walk away depending on how fast you walk or how desperate you are to get to a bar!). For 3 days didn't feel the need to move the campervan and did everything on foot - a blessed relief.
The circular coastal walk from St Davids to St Non's then past Porth Clais, on to St Justinians and back into St Davids is stunning. From the campsite round trip was just over 13 miles but you could easily shorten this by making use of the Coaster bus that picks up at different places and stops outside the site.
Two things to watch out for: The site can be breezy at times and the predominant wind seems to sweep down the valley from Carn Lidli. So peg and guy-out awnings well! In June, when we first visited, I had my awning and van door facing the windward side. Bad idea - a rookie error you might say. I made sure I reversed that this recent visit and all was peace and tranquillity with the van door open.
Second thing: Badgers like dog biscuits and snacks. In error left our dog's biscuits and snacks out in the awning on first night. Woken up by much growling from our dog in the van at 2am. A quick glance out and there was a decent sized badger in the awning munching on Dentastix and hide chews having already polished off a week's supply of dog walk biscuits (pulled from a rucksack outer pocket, off the ground on a table).He or she shot off very quickly when disturbed. This was a stupid mistake as we're usually meticulous about not leaving food outside the van of any sort, but be warned! Badgers are about.
As are crows.....lots of them.
In summary, wonderful site. Can't wait to return