Loved this campsite!
My first time camping, I picked this site because it was close to where my grandmother lives, in Lydstep, because it was cheap, and because they allow dogs.
One open field for tents. The bookings website says 10 tents, but you could easily fit 15 massive tunnel tents and still not be crowded. There was a toilet/shower block in one corner, made of recycled materials and farm equipment, with 2 toilets and 1 shower (this has been doubled for next season). The shower was free and plenty warm. The toilets were rustic, which some people might not like, but nice if you like upcycling. A kitchen sink at the front, many, many recycling bins behind, and a solar charging point to the side of the building. There's no electric hook ups on site, so this is the only place to recharge.
There were plenty of people there, even though I went Monday-Friday, the week after schools went back. Mostly tents, with one or two stealth campers. A large group of teenagers in one corner (very impressed, 5 of them, large tunnel tent, + all equipment transported in a Fiat 500 and a Citroen C1, should have asked for packing tips!0, who were amazingly quiet, a large family group with children, again surprisingly quiet, and even 2 babies on site while I was there. A good number of dogs too, including my own.
Tom the owner came around at least once a day, and introduced himself to everyone, and checked we were all OK.
The site is a short walk to Lydstep Haven beach along the coastal path (didn't do it, afraid of heights!), and a longer walk to Penally or Tenby. The farm shop owned by the same people is just up the road. To save people from walking along an unpaved road, the owners have opened the farm gate opposite the campsite entrance, and strimmed a path through the field to the shop, where they also do food. Theres a pizza oven on site, and you can apparently buy dough in the farm shop. Very nice bacon and bread rolls there.
Even though the site was a field back from the cliffs and the sea, there was quite a cool breeze coming in at night, so I'm glad I packed extra blankets. Of course, it would have helped if I'd not been confused with my new tent, and actually closed the windows, instead of opening them.
There are several bell tents on site too, done up for glampers. Didn't fancy them myself, but there were several people staying there at the time. The bell tents also have their own toilet/shower block too.
I will say again that the site was very popular, and pretty much fully booked for the 5 days I was there. On the other hand, just down the road is Oasis campsite, and I have to say that I only saw 1 tent the entire time I was there.
Make of that what you will.