We own a small family run Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site in one of the most beautiful parts of west Wales. Located just one mile outside the vibrant seaside town of New Quay, our campsite offers a secluded retreat for those with a caravan, motorhome or tent who really want to get away from it all as well as those who want a good base for exploring the area and local beaches.
This is a Certificated Site (CS). We have 5 hard standing pitches for motor home and touring caravans, all of which have electrical hook-ups, one Gothic Camping Pod for a great glamping experience, and space in our 2 acre field for upto 15 additional tents with a further 2 electrical hookups available.
The site is level and mainly grassy with access to the hard standings via a shale road around the outside of the campsite. Some shelter is available in certain areas of the site. Each hard standing pitch measures 3m x 6m and has an adjacent grass area of the same size. Campfires are not allowed.
We have a unit on site with a shower and toilet and washing up facilities, all with hot and cold water. During peak periods we also have an individual porta-loo and excellent porta-shower on site to cope with the extra demand. We also have a chemical disposal point (CDP) with ground drain and two drinking water supply taps.
Freezer and battery charging facilities are available on request.
The site is located just one mile outside New Quay and pleasant 10 minute walk to the local pub (Penrhiwllan Inn) at the end of the lane which serves a large selction of great food. The nearest mini supermarket can be found in New Quay along with an array of newsagents and gift shops.
The area around the site is all farmland with several footpaths and rights of way for those who enjoy trekking or walking the dog. The coastal path along the cliffs of the Marine Heritage Coastline is only a 10 minute walk away, across two fields. From there you can ramble up the coast to New Quay and beyond or down the coast to Cwmtydu. This gives access to some of the best unspoilt coastal landscapes in the country.
A487 Synod Inn take A486 into New Quay. At speed signs and Penrhiwllan Inn public house turn left. Continue for one mile the site is the first property on left.
A487 Llanarth take the B4342 through Gilfachreda to New Quay, continue up hill, at Penrhiwllan Inn public house on right, turn right, Continue for one mile the site is the first property on left.
Those with caravans or motorhomes are advised to take the route from Synod Inn as the roads through New Quay from Llanarth are very tight and can be busy.
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