Welcome to Spring Meadow Farm
Have you ever thought...
- 'wouldn't it be nice to pitch the tent on the flat
- to have a shower and facilities close at hand
- for there to be enough people on site to be sociable without being a crowd
- to be within easy reach of fantastic beaches and stunning scenery, great walking and surfing, you name it - and for the sun always to shine'?
We can't guarantee the sunshine but everything else is here and more!
Camping at Spring Meadow Farm
Within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Located at the heart of the St Davids Peninsula within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Spring Meadow Farm is just 3 miles from both St Davids and Solva and within easy reach of spectacular coastline, exhilarating walks, lovely sandy beaches, surfing, kayaking, coasteering, fantastic wildlife and island boat trips.
The campsite is small and family friendly, with good facilities.
There is an own produce farm shop and small nursery on site selling freshly harvested salads and vegetables, and logs for campfires.
Plenty of space
The level campsite is hidden away, sheltered by tall willow hedges, away from roads and covers an acre of grassland. Accommodating just 5 pitches in all with plenty of space besides, each pitch has its own moveable picnic table.
Light a Campfire
Each pitch also has a fire pit so when the day is done and you've seen and done enough you can head back to the peace and seclusion of Spring Meadow Farm Campsite, light a campfire, toast up something tasty and relax under the unspoiled night sky.
Breathe in the sea air and embrace the broad horizon
If you're looking for a break from the hustle and bustle, the North Pembrokeshire Coast will stretch your horizons and the sea breeze will blow out the cobwebs.
The North Pembrokeshire Coast
The St Davids Peninsular is a wild, unspoiled and windswept promontory; the horizon stretches out in all directions. The spectacular coastline, dramatic in places, gives way to sandy beaches and natural harbours all linked together and easily accessed by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Interesting Places to visit
There's history here too, many prehistoric remains of burial chambers, forts and settlements. A Neolithic burial chamber, Coetan Arthur, sits on the ridge above St Davids head and there is a reconstruction of an Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys further up the coast.
The historic City of St Davids is Britain's smallest city with a population of just 2,000 people. St Davids Cathedral was built in the 12th century when 2 pilgrimages to St Davids equalled one to Rome. There is a music festival held here in the Spring and concerts throughout the summer. The medieval remains of the Bishop's Palace sits adjacent to the cathedral with Shakespeare performed here in the Autumn.
A pretty, natural harbour, dotted with sailing boats. You can join the coast path on either side of the harbour and reward yourself with a delightful view of Solva Harbour, the village and the coast from above.
The main streets of both St Davids and Solva are alive with small shops, galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants.