Discover the wild Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from the comfort of the camping meadow.

Pitch up on the hillside with dramatic views down to the sea or nestle yourself in an amphitheatre of birdsong down in the sheltered woodland valley. Take a stroll through the ancient bluebell woods to a secluded sandy haven, warm your towel on a rock and take an invigorating dip in crystal-clear waters. Gather round a camp fire under the stars to cook the day’s catch or pop over to the neighbouring eco lodge restaurant and bar for a local ale and a delicious home-cooked meal.

Preseli Glamping is off the beaten-track, nestled in an idyllic National Trust woodland valley, close to a wild secluded beach.

Just one mile from the beautiful Abermawr beach, a perfect spot for rock pooling, swimming, surfing
and bodyboarding, the campsite is conveniently situated right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path,
the Celtic Cycling Trail and the well-traversed Visit Wales Coastal Way. You’ll find us just one
mile from the charming hill-top village of Mathry and conveniently situated just 5 miles from
Fishguard and 9 miles from the famous cathedral city of St David’s.

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Bookable meals (hot breakfast, cooked lunch and a two-course evening meal) at the Preseli Venture eco lodge next door

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Private bar at the eco lodge

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Drinking water tap and hot water dish washing facilities

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Four large bathrooms each equipped with a hot power shower, toilet and hand basin

A Member of the Greener Camping Club

As a member of the Greener Camping Club the ethos behind our campsite is off-grid camping in harmony with nature.  Our excellent toilet and shower facilities are brand new and sparkling clean, all powered by solar using our air source heat pump. 

The campsite is completely car-free with ample off-road parking, keeping the land green, beautiful and a safe space for children.