Reviewer: Clark Norman
Beautiful little site, perfect for dogs and great location.
Set in a great location and ideal for walks and to get out and explore the lovely coastline.
Definitely would recommend and will be back !
Advice for using satnav, double check the route as it may take you on narrow B' roads. Call the site for advice especially if taking a caravan or camper van. Fortunately we were in a car. You won't be disappointed!
We have been coming here for a few years now under the previous owners and the new owners, we have taken our friends, family and pets along to this site with us. We adore the site, spacious pitches, each pitch electric hook up and water tap, the surroundings, near by places to visit either walking or with car, and we enjoy the pleasant and happy welcome we get every single time from Amanda and her family. We have camped in all weathers at this site and despite the elements we have never had a problem with any of them, its well sheltered whether your in a caravan or motor home or a tent as I am. The peace and tranquillity of this site is part of the attraction, its a lovely well kept site, the toilets always clean and fresh ( they are porto loos and at first when I first saw them seemed odd to me but don't let that put you off ), and the showers are great too. There is a chemical emptying point for toilets too, bin/ refuse recycling area also provided and there is an outdoor dish washing area with bowls and drainer provided at the large sink. On site are various benches to sit and enjoy the views. We don't really camp anywhere else, we find this site has everything we want, its a little gem of a site and we can't stay away from here. The Castle and the Beach are not too far away, and there are items we can purchase on site if we need them, there is a pub down the road ( I Have never used it but hear it is dog friendly and nice. ) and around the corner is a well stocked shop, at night this site is very dark and the stars are wonderful to gaze at and spot shooting stars. I cannot recommend this site enough, and really didn't want to leave a review because I didn't wish to disclose my little secret site, however I feel I have to be fair and let others enjoy this lovely site too. Keep up the great work Amanda and family, We always feel safe and welcome at this site, and we look forward to returning whenever we can whether for short breaks or longer ones.
Reviewer: Craig Need
Having stayed here twice now, I can truly state that this place is brilliant. Amanda, Nick and Kieron (kez) do a fantastic job in keeping the site spotlessly clean, well maintained and a 'very happy' place to be. Set in idyllic surroundings, anybody wanting to 'get away' from it all for peace and quiet will not be disappointed here. The other thing I need to say is that each time me and my family have stayed here we've been made to feel so very welcome, not only by the kelpie gang, but also the many lovely people that this place attracts....THANK YOU ALL!
Camped here for two nights recently you couldn't ask for a better site or welcome. The toilets and showers are in excellent working order and very clean, beach is in walking distance. Fresh bacon and eggs wether you like duck or chicken, Amanda couldn't give you a warmer welcome. Will be returning in the future time and time again. In easy reach to local pub, cafe and shop not forgetting the beach and castle, Tenby is a short drive. If you want quiet and peace this is the place to go.
Reviewer: Oliver Coles
We've used this site several times in the last few months and we love it!
The site is very easy to get to and the welcome is always warm and friendly. They cannot do enough to accommodate you.
The site is beautifully kept and the grounds are constantly being maintained and although the site is being improved it's not losing any of its natural beauty. The kids loving playing around the wild garden in the middle of the field and observing the wildlife.
It is very clear that the owners take great pride in their site and work very hard to keep it pristine.
The facilities consist of portaloos (2 x toilets & 2 x showers) and although we were apprehensive at first, once we arrived and saw how immaculate they're kept, we felt a lot better, hence the reason we keep going back. Every time we go, for our entire stay, they are kept beautifully clean. In our experience we've found these the cleanest above any fixed units we've used! Even when the site is busy there's rarely a queue and if so, you only have to wait a few moments in the lovely seating area next to the units.
Each pitch has it's own water point, so no long walks for water and the elsan point is also kept very clean, with an alcohol gel dispenser to wash your hands after.
The woodland walks down to the beach from the site are perfect for the dogs and kids as it's off the road and brimming with wildlife. Due to the layout there's loads of room for the kids to play and run around.
The village is within walking distance either via the woodland walk or along the road, and consists of a shop, a dog friendly tea room and also a dog friendly pub! The pub offers a warm welcome and great food(and beer)! The shop within the village sells everything and has long opening hours.
The site offers disposal BBQ's & fire logs for sale & also fire pits for hire. They also sell locally sourced products all delivered to your pitch!
Overall, we love this site and look forward to returning very soon.
(after reading this back I still don't feel like the review has done the place justice!)
Reviewer: Debbie and Alan
Peaceful, well kept site. We stayed for 9 nights at the beginning of September. We were welcomed and given a choice of pitches. The site was well kept and as the Schools had gone back nice and quiet, perfect for us. The facilities are porta cabins, 2 toilets and 2 showers but don't be put off by this they are cleaned about 3 times a day, and are far cleaner than some more permanent toilet blocks we've been in. There are some lovely walks nearby, which our dog Barney loved. You can order Pembrokeshire bacon, eggs and Home-made bread which is deliverd fresh to your caravan/tent in the morning, the bacon is the best we've ever tasted. Manorbier village has a small nisa shop in which you can get just about anything you need. There is a cafe and a pub. All about 10-15 mins walk from the site. We also found a fish and chip shack at Buttyland not 5 mins drive away. We thoroughly recommend a visit to the Castle and if you like castles Pembroke castle is also well worth a visit. We also enjoyed walking down Bosherton Lily ponds, and they do a lovely cream tea at the cafe In Bosherton. There is so much to see and do in this area and we will definitely be returning to this site to continue exploring.