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Coastal stay is located in the western peninsular of the Pembrokeshire National Park, within a National Trust Conservation Arena overlooking the Sea. We are on the backroad between St Davids & Fishguard, the B4583, in a small village called Llanrhian, less than a mile from Porthgain and Abereiddy. The campsite has a sign outside and a welcome notice board, there is a cattle grid over the entrance and often a little ginger cocker spaniel sleeping on the grass near the road.
St Davids, the smallest city in British Isles, is just down the road and boasts a wealth of ancient treasures and places to eat and drink. The famous black sands and blue lagoon at Aberiddy Beach plus the idyllic fishing village of Porthgain. There are some great pubs in a very close proximity. The fantastic 'Sloop Inn' is located just a mile down the road at Porthgain, the small fishing village. It is very popular and servers some great food, often with evening entertainment over the summer period. There is plenty of seating outside overlooking the harbour and it is well worth a visit.
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