Campsites / Glamping

Point Farm Campsite, Dale, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

We Accept


Dogs
Small Pets

Point Farm Campsite provides pet-friendly camping and glamping on a secluded site just outside the village of Dale. There is an award-winning pub and seafood restaurant under 450m away too. This area is perfect for exploring the nearby areas of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and more.

There are 3 all-weather pitches available which each have an electric hook up. Each pitch also has a BBQ/firepit.

Facilities onsite include:

Hot water showers x 2 (NOT COIN OPERATED).
Toilets x 2.
Baby changing facilities.
Hot water washing up sinks x 2.
Fridge space - allocated shelf per pitch.
Drinking water tap with a hose.
Freezer - shared space.
Kettle.
Microwave.
Hairdryer.
Drying rack.
Food waste caddy bins to have on pitch.
Recycling & general waste bins.
Chemical Waste Disposal.

There are also two shepherd's huts available. Each hut sleeps max 4 people. Minimum nights apply at different times. Space alongside for a small pup tent (max 3-berth).

This area is a haven for wildlife and wildflowers. It is also perfect for walkers as there are 186 miles of coastal path within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Pembrokeshire offers over 50 beaches, fishing ports and marinas, quaint villages, art galleries and craft centres, expansive hills and open moorland, historic castles, adventure parks, annual festivals and events. You will not struggle to find things to do.

For more information about our pet-friendly campsite in Pembrokshire please visit our website.

Rates: Please see website.
Maximum 2 dogs.

Contact Name: Nia Marshall
Telephone: 01646 636842
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.pointfarmdale.co.uk
Features: Tents, Pitch parking, Electric hook up, Children welcome, Golf nearby, Coast nearby, Walks nearby, Cycle paths nearby
Special Offers: None at the moment.


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