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A pretty and oh so friendly little tent and yurt-site just a short walk from the beaches of the Pembrokeshire coast
Just a 20 minute walk from Mill Haven beach, a secluded cove backed by the Pembrokeshire coast path, Mill Haven Place offers a state of quiet calm in campsite form. Its setting, tucked away down a leafy drive, past two yurt fields and down by a cluster of traditional, whitewashed, stone cottages, is the very definition of rural. If you like the company of just a handful of campers and the flickering of open campfires, you’ve come to the right place. Surrounded by trees, it feels both sheltered and wonderfully spacious and for children it’s a blissful sanctuary – littl’uns will have a whale of a time rushing about playing rounders, cricket or hide and seek. It’s a good spot for wearing them out for a deep night’s sleep too.
While the ambiance here is all about traditional, back-to-basis camping, it still lends itself perfectly to families. The showers are excellent, with water sourced from a borehole, and a composting toilet is accompanied by two proper flushing toilets in the main ablutions block. Campervans, meanwhile, are also welcome, provided they’re happy to go without electricity and muck in with the self-sufficient ethos, while caravans occasionally turn up too on the same basis.
For those who really want to take it easy, though, more pampered parents can leave the camping gear at home and pluck for one of the fully decorated abodes in the yurt field – think floral bunting, tin ceramics and solar-powered fairy lights. The previous campsite owners planted some 1,500 young trees when they first opened in 2009 and, set among them, the yurts will one day be almost hidden in the woods. Today they offer a well spread community in a sapling dotted meadow. Each sleeps up to four, with two single futons either side of a beautiful cast iron king-size bed. One of the best things about the yurts is how they smell – a delicate tinge of wood smoke from the tiny stoves that sit inside each one. They also all have their own accompanying camp kitchens with a twin gas hob and grill for toast, cool box, and all the cooking paraphernalia you could ever want – tin-enamel dinner set anyone?
While potential visitors may hum and har over the difficult choices – back to basics camping or bunting spangled glamping? – it’s ultimately the location that sets Mill Haven Place apart. Between the sheltered village of Dale and the quaint fishing village of Little Haven (and its neighbour Broad Haven), Mill Haven Place certainly isn’t a campsite that leaves you short of things to do. There are beaches in abundance and activities for all, ranging from fishing, swimming and walking to kayaking, sailing or taking out a surf-board to test yourself on the waves. And all offer a good excuse for ‘refuelling’ in one of the campsite’s five local pubs when you’re done. It all shows that it takes more than just bunting to make a top notch campsite. Mill Haven Place is a place that has it all.
Haverfordwest, 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 Patrick C.Joined in July 2016
27 Ratings · 33 reviews
August 18, 2023
We loved our stay here-a lovely big pitch with a picnic bench and fire pit. Lovely and clean, and nice quiet campsite in a great location.
August 16, 2023
Super site quiet with ample space in each pitch would definitely return
July 3, 2023
Great sustainable site. Loved the way it was set out with different areas. Good clean facilities, fire pits were well used. Great coast walk to Little Haven which had good places to eat. Shorter walk back of 40 mins via the road, does include a big hill!)
August 21, 2022
Glamping: Yurt - e360
It’s was an amazing weekend. Facilities were amazing! Great spot for camping.
August 9, 2022
Glamping: Yurt - e360
Wonderful camp site
Our stay at Mill Haven Place was fantastic. The site is peaceful and beautifully kept, with good, clean facilities and lots of space between tree-lined pitches. Camp fires are also allowed – a real bonus. The setting is awesome, with Little Haven and a small cove within walking distance, and sandy beaches a short drive in every direction. Paddy and Lou were really friendly, welcoming hosts. Highly recommended!
July 11, 2022
Really lovely campsite
A gorgeous camp site with great facilities. Location is quiet and peaceful and 20 mins from the Skomer ferry. We loved it there and will be back!
From the host
Mill Haven Place is a family run site with an overall aim of wanting to provide a peaceful, friendly escape from busy lives with high quality facilities to suit your needs, whatever they are. We want to make your stay as comfy, relaxing and easy as possible so you can enjoy the spectacular surroundings that Pembrokeshire can offer. We love where we live, just one mile from the Pembrokeshire Coastal path (you can see glimpses of the sea through the trees), with a tiny beach, rockpools galore and all the sea and sky you could wish for. Nearby are the lovely fishing villages of Little Haven, and Solva, the amazing stretches of beach that are Broad Haven, Marloes and Newgale and the marine reserve Skomer Island. With something for everyone - from walking, cycling, horseriding on the beach, surfing, coasteering, sauntering around the magnificent St David's cathedral, or eating at award-winning restaurants, Pembrokeshire has so much to offer.
Mill Haven Beach is 1 mile away down a quiet farm track. The marine reserve of Skomer Island can be seen from the site – there are puffins to be spotted and seals in mid July. TYF Adventure (01437 721611) in St David’s offers kayaking, coasteering, rock-climbing, surfing, and fishing.
Food and drink
Try the nearby Swan Inn (01437 781880) for the best Welsh cuisine – supplied by Pembrokeshire Produce Direct (01437 563035) who also deliver for fresh, local produce to the site. There are farmers’ markets every other Friday in Haverfordwest (01437 776168; ). The Londis in Broad Haven also sells seasonal veg boxes.