Situated on the edge of the Preseli Hills, Caraway Meadows at Blaen Cleddau offers five individual camping pitches at the source of the Eastern Cleddau River. This unique Pembrokeshire campsite is ideally located for stunning walks, mountain-biking and horse riding.
The farm consists of 75 acres of permanent pasture and is in schemes to promote species-rich bio-diversity. Watch the birds, bumblebees and butterflies enjoy the hay meadows and beautiful wetland areas. Meet our friendly Shetland sheep with their beautiful fleeces as well as our donkeys, chickens and cattle. We’d be more than happy to take on you a farm walk.
This is a beautiful spot, in a quiet location, with spectacular views and impressive night skies. The area around this Pembrokeshire campsite includes a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) an Iron Age fort on nearby Foel Drygarn, ancient stone circles and craggy cairns. A bridleway takes you straight out on to the Preseli Hills. The world-class Pembrokeshire coast and beaches are just 20 minutes away.
Amenities include compost toilets, a hot shower, a washing up area, a communal fridge freezer and charging points for mobile phones. Campfires are permitted in the fire wok supplied and we’ll give you with an initial bundle of logs. Additional logs are available for purchase.
Worth Noting: Revenue from the campsite funds our continuing protection of the site and the existing habitats. The farm is at the end of a 600m rough track. Please proceed with care. This is a sensitive environment and we ask that you stick to the paths provided. The site is a car free zone. Parking is close by and we provide wheel barrows to transport your kit to and from your pitch.
Number of Pitches: Five
Open: May to October
Site Owners: Patrick and Verity
Address: Blaen Cleddau, Mynachlog Ddu, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire SA66 7SA
Telephone: 01239 831 223