Riverside camping and bell tents at this well-run spot that's ideally located for exploring Pembrokeshire.
Some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain lies along The Pembrokeshire Coast Path which twists and turns its way along 186 miles of rugged cliff tops, hidden coves and wide open beaches. Lying less than a mile from the path, and at the foot of the impressive Preseli Mountains, Llwyngwair Manor Holiday Park is perfectly placed to access both coast and country.
Set in 55 acres of grass and woodland with streams, a river and well-kept floral-filled grounds, the estate includes a hotel and caravan park (hear us out) along with 80 pitches for tents, tourers and motor homes. If you're striving for solitude, escapism and back-to-basics camping then this isn't going to be for you. What the park lacks in intimacy, however, it makes up for in both its top-notch facilities and its access to the nearby coast and hills.
The modern shower block is clean, there are electrical hook-ups at most pitches and for those who can't bear to leave technology at home, there's Wi-Fi access and Sky Sports. You'll also find a licensed bar (bar food available) along with pool/snooker, table tennis and tennis courts.
What makes this site really special though is its setting. The whole park has unrivalled views of Carn Inglli mountain looming in the distance and there are many country walks from the site that take you to the coast, to the Preselli Hills or to the Bleeding Yew in Nevern. With the Pembrokeshire coast on your doorstep, whether you're a walker, mountain biker, surfer or beachcomber, it's all there waiting to be discovered, experienced and enjoyed. And what better place to get your adrenaline-fix than the spiritual home of coasteering? For sight-seeing the charming medieval town of Newport is within walking distance or take a short boat trip to the picturesque Skomer island where dolphins, seals and colourful puffins can all be spotted.
If you want to soak-up everything this special part of the UK has to offer, you'd better book a long stay.
Pembrokeshire, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United KingdomTraditional, ancestral territory of various First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ed L.Joined in December 2015
10 Ratings · 16 reviews
August 22, 2022
Grass Pitch (electric)
Camping Aug 2022
Beautiful quiet site. Our camping pitch was right by a cute stream and the facilities were great. Highly recommended.
July 14, 2022
Grass Pitch (electric)
Peaceful river setting
Lovely setting next to a river. Beware of the midges in warmer weather! Clean facilities and peaceful atmosphere.
Lots of friendly fellow campers at the site. Kids loved the mini golf!
October 28, 2021
Grass Pitch (electric)
Loved the location and the facilities. Everything you need is there and the added bonus of having access to the bar/restaurant /bowling just made it perfect for us. We felt safe, the facilities were clean and cleaned regularly to a really high standard .Staff were helpful and frindly. All in all a lovely stay . We will definetely come back! Cannot wait to sit again on the river bank and enjoy the stunning views!
July 28, 2021
Dyma’r tro cyntaf i ni aros yma, ond bendant am ddod nôl! Lleoliad bendigedig, braf ymlacio yna nghanol y golygfeydd hyfryd a chlywed sŵn yr afon wrth syrthio’i gysgu! Cyfleusterau glân a threfnus. Awyrgylch braf a chyfeillgar. Popeth i’r dim!
July 10, 2021
Bell tent was in a nice location by the river. But it does come with quite basic facilities for the price. Beds aren’t that comfy either. They are very small futons which don’t make a very good double bed when pushed together. The camp stove only has one ring and there was only a small pan to use so would recommend bringing bigger pans if needed. The shelter outside is also very small. Other than that it was peaceful and the toilet block was clean.
May 9, 2021
Just had one night camping here in our campervan in May. What a wonderful site with a peaceful river and great pub grub sat outside in the sun, lovely!
From the host
The Llwyngwair Manor Park is set in the 55 acres of grass and woodland of Llwyngwair Estate, and bounded by the River Nevern. Flowering shrubs provide constant colour and bluebells and foxgloves abound in season. Stately trees stand against the background of the Preseli Hills and towering peak of Carningli. The Manor, which is fully licensed, offers hotel accommodation, bars with open fires, snooker room, poolroom and launderette. One wing contains five comfortable, well-furnished, self-catering apartments available for holiday lets. Well-spaced caravans are discreetly positioned to give pleasure from the trees, grassland and streams, which feature in the natural amenities of this unique site. Central areas of grassland are provided for recreation with play areas where children can be kept under supervision. Both static and touring parks have access to the Manor facilities.
The small medieval town of Newport on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is less than a mile away, with a castle, beaches, boating and circular walks. Situated at the foot of the Preseli Hills, Llwyngwair Manor is perfectly placed for walking and mountain biking. Adventure sports including coasteering, kite-surfing and tree-top trails are all available close-by. Take a trip to the picturesque Skomer Island to spot wildlife including dolphins, seals and puffins. Dale Sailing Company (01646 603123) makes the crossing three times a day, six days a week.
Food and drink
Bar food and licensed bar on-site. Travel the short distance to Newport where the Golden Lion (01239 820321) serves traditional Welsh fare in a laid-back environment, while the Royal Oak (01239 820632) specialises in tasty curries (along with more traditional pub dishes).