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Dewslake Farm Campsite

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Dewslake Farm Campsite

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Dewslake Farm Campsite

Dewslake Farm The Ridgeway, Lamphey, Pembrokeshire SA71 5PB
51° 40′ 13″ N    04° 51′ 24″ W

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If you are looking for a low key, relaxed campsite and your own slice of Pembrokeshire’s National Park to pitch up on then Dewslake Farm ticks those boxes. A working farm so expect to have cattle grazing in the adjacent fields or for our friendly springer spaniel to be pottering about.

We like to offer plenty of space, after all camping is all about great outdoors! There are no allocated pitches in our non-electric field so just rock up and pitch up where you fancy. We ask guests to leave vehicles in the hard surface car park and use the wheelbarrows provided to transport kit back and forth, this saves the grass from getting muddy or dusty and allows for free range children.

We keep the centre of the field clear so there is still plenty of space for games and picnics to sprawl out. All of our pitches are grass, there are no hard surface pitches so we do advise that it is not suitable for heavy motorhomes and caravans that may struggle getting in and out of the site if the ground is wet.

We are a dog friendly campsite and like people friendly dogs. You can’t have all this open countryside and miles of beautiful coastline without sharing it with your best pal!

We are just half a mile out of Lamphey village which despite having fewer than 300 residents, boasts a pub, two restaurants, an artisan bakery and a garage with a general store. Lamphey has a train station and good bus links providing easy access to near by Tenby, Pembroke, Manorbier and Narberth. Lamphey is home to the ruins of a medieval bishops palace and Georgian mansion which is now a hotel, restaurant and spa.

We have been published! Find us in the new Cool Camping Britain book, now available to buy online here.


Grass Pitch (price per person per night)No Electric Hook UpElectric Hook Up
Adults (16 +)£12£15
Children (under 15 years)£6£7.50
Infants (3 years and younger)£0£0

Facilities on site

  • 30 electric hook up pitches
  • 30 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)
  • 8 water taps spread across our electric hook up field
  • daily 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

Commonly asked questions

Here are the anwsers to some questions we are frequently asked by our guests. If you still can’t find the information you are looking for please don’t hesitate to get in touch, our detail are on our contact page.

What are the toilet and shower facilities like?
There is a ladies and gents toilet block with eleven toilets in total and there are 8 showers with individual changing areas. There is no extra charge for using them.

Can we bring our dog?
You can’t have all this open countryside and miles of beautiful coastline without sharing it with your best pal! We are a dog friendly campsite and like people friendly dogs.

How far is the site from the beach?
The closest beach, Freshwater West is 3 miles away and there are several other within 10 miles including Barafundle, Manorbier, Broad Haven South and Tenby to name a few.

Can we have a campfire?
Of course, camping wouldn’t be camping without a camp fire! Campfires are allowed in raised fire pits. There is a limited number of these for you to hire. Logs and charcoal are available to buy on site.

Is there somewhere I can charge my phone?
If you’re not on an electric pitch and you need to charge you electronic devices, we have plug sockets in the communal kitchen.