Green Sheep Camping

If you love the Wales countryside you’ll enjoy camping in this unique, secluded coastal valley at Coidre Farm.

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About: Coidre Farm is situated above the start of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, our small-holding is near the lovely Amroth beach. It takes just 20 minutes to walk or 10 minutes to drive to this blue flag seaside village.

Our campsite is well placed for easy access to other beautiful Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire beaches, charming towns and a wide range of tourist attractions catering for all ages and interests. Outdoor enthusiasts, walkers, cyclists and runners will find plenty of local opportunities to pursue their activities.

We warmly welcome guests to be part of the ‘acorns to oaks’ story to rewild our farm back to woodland and meadow pasture. You will enjoy getting to know our friendly sheep, comical guinea fowl and engaging chickens.

Meander through our mossy and tranquil ancient oak woodland leading to a peaceful stream at the bottom of the valley. Adventurous children will relish the freedom of exploring our woods and fields, building dens, swinging from trees and slinging hammocks.

You will love the panoramic views over the wide wooded hillside. Our wildflower meadow is the place to relax, if you like colour and insects. Sunrise can be magical, especially when the mist rises from the trees or blows in from the sea. Watch buzzards soaring and, if you’re fortunate, you may see peregrine falcons and red kites flying overhead.

We provide spacious, individual camping pitches with fire pits and canvas shelters. Under each shelter is a seating area and table.

No matter what the weather, you’ll find a cosy, dry and warm ‘snug’ in the former dairy. Relax, find information, wash clothes and play games. And there’s plenty of space under our barns to escape the rain, if necessary!

Go green by our sparkling stream, under the old oaks, in the wild wood. It’s magical!

Worth Noting: Amroth beach is 5 minutes' drive away and it often has good surf conditions. For serious dudes, Pembrokeshire has many awesome surf beaches, including the famous Newgale Bay near St Davids. Stand Up Paddleboarding is increasingly popular, and local beaches and harbours are ideal for you to explore on your boards.

Number of Pitches: 10

Open: May to September

Site Owners: Theri & Tom

Address: Coidre Farm, Trelessy Road, Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8PT

Phone: 07818 201769

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