Welsh Government Covid 19 News
Please be aware that the Welsh Government Covid 19 rules are different to other places within the UK.
We are very excited to be welcoming guests back to Dewslake, however we must of course proceed cautiously and ensure that we are complying with all the rules and regulations.
For more information please check the Welsh Government guidelines before booking: https://gov.wales/coronavirusht
Festoivalwill. Dewslake Campsite is a 6 acre camping field within the 120 acre Dewslake Farm on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, making it the perfect location for exploring the nearby beaches of Freshwater East, Manorbier and Barafundle or walking the award winning Coastal Path. We pride ourselves on being as green and natural as possible. We recycle everything and make it easy for you to do the same. In 2014 we were awarded the Gold Sustainability Award by Pembrokeshire Tourism and in 2015 certified with Green Keys status.
What we offer:
- 20 electric hook up pitches
- 20 non electric pitches
- Large pitches and plenty of space
- ladies and gents toilet blocks, eleven toilets in total
- 8 showers with individual changing areas (no additional charges)
- Kitchen with 2 fridges and one chest freezer, washing up sink, kettle and electric hob (no charge)
- 4 water taps spread across our electric hook up field
- Rubbish and recycling collection
- Campfires allowed in raised fire pits (we have a limited number available to hire onsite)
- Cut logs and kindling sold onsite
- BBQ’s permitted
- Pets allowed
- Camping just 3 miles from the coast and close to Tenby
- Village Pub within walking distance
- Good public transport links from Lamphey
3rd-5th Sep 2021: Growing Wild Children’s Festival on site at Dewslake – Festival tickets and camping through will go on sale in August.
23rd – 27th Sep 2021: Django @ Dewslake Equinox. Gypsy jazz jam weekend. Not a ticketed event, camping as normal. Please note we will not be enforcing the 10pm quite curfew for these days.
|Grass Pitch (price per person per night)||No Electric Hook Up||Electric Hook Up|
|Adults (16 +)||£12||£15|
|Children (under 15 years)||£6||£7.50|
|Infants (3 years and younger)||£0||£0|
|Beaches||Distance from Dewslake Farm||Description|
|Barafundle||5 miles||A remote bay with golden sand and turquoise sea. You can park at Stackpole Quay and take the 20 minute walk along the cliff top to Barafundle. There is a The Boat House Tea Room at Stackpole Quay but no other amenities at Barafundle Bay.|
|Freshwater East||3 miles||A long stretch of sand backed by dunes. Calm waters for swimming and plenty of space to soak up the sun. There are basic amenities: Ice cream stand, public toilets and village pub.|
|Broad Haven South||7 miles||A remote and breathtaking long stretch of sand. You can park at Bosherston and walk along the lily ponds to reach the beach or park at the top of the cliff and take the steps down to the sandy day. For the keen walker there are fantastic coastal walks to St Govans, Barafundle and the Stackpole estate. Broad Haven has basic amenities such as toilets, information and ice cream van in the National Trust car park. And there is a pub and tea room in Bosherston village.|
|Manorbier||5 miles||Beautiful bay overlooked by a Norman castle, which is open to visitors. You can access secret coves such as Swan Lake Bay and Skrinkle Haven from walking the coastal path from Manorbier. There are public toilets and a shop, pub and restaurant in the village.|
|Freshwater West||10 miles||A surfers paradise picking up the Atlantic swell, but not safe for novice swimmers. The long stretch of sand and no dog restrictions makes it popular with dog walkers. Its free to park and the renowned Cafe Môr serve freshly prepared food from their seaside shack. Nearby Angle also has a fantastic pub and restaurant.|
|Tenby||7 miles||Very popular seaside town with beautiful Georgian town houses and long stretches of sandy beaches. You can take a boat trip from the harbour to Caldy Island. Tenby offers plenty of amenities and activities in and around the town.|