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Escape to a beautifully finished bed & breakfast and campsite small-holding with uninterrupted of the north Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, located in a National Trust Conservation arena. Relax and experience the magic of a holiday in the heart of Wales. Leave the frantic pace of modern life behind and unwind around the camp fire enjoying the tranquillity of the coast.
At Coastal Stay we pride ourselves on a laid back atmosphere and aim to provide a back-to-nature intimate camping experience for all the family, our pitches are based around a natural spring fed lake and there is lots of space between each pitch.
We also have a cafe open in the morning for breakfast and late afternoon for cream teas (times will be posted on the notice board). We will stock essentials like toilet paper, milk, eggs, mallet, windbreakers and spare tent pegs. Also make the most of our herb garden to give that extra kick to your campfire dishes.
We are less than a mile from Aberiddy beach and the famous Blue Lagoon, host of the Red Bull cliff diving championships, and half a mile from the popular fishing village of Porthgain and the award winning 'Shed' bistro restaurant and 'The Sloop inn' a family pub. We benefit from clear skies unhindered by light pollution, it makes for perfect star gazing around a camp fire after watching the sun set into the sea at Abereiddy.
A frequent bus service stops directly outside the campsite and runs to and from St Davids, Fishguard and Haverfordwest. This makes it the perfect base for walkers and hikers of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Paths. Scenic walks suitable for all ages and abilities directly from the doorstep, our pitches overlook a natural valley that leads to the sea. It provides a beautiful walk all the way to Abereiddy beach.
Bring your bikes and enjoy miles of backroads and wilderness, there are handfuls of backroad routes to discover and most end up at a blue flag awarded beach.
If you’ve brought along a canoe or two, or even a