Bryncoed Camping is a rural retreat for walkers, families and lovers of the coast line
Bryncoed Camping is a Greener Camping Club site in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Set in 12.5 acres of meadows, hedgerows and mature trees, Bryncoed Camping is a rural retreat for walkers, families and lovers of the coast line. With just 10 pitches, and away from busy roads and towns, it is an oasis of peace and quiet, with virtually no light pollution at night. Each pitch has its own fire pit for evenings spent stargazing and relaxing after a day at the beach, walking the coastal path, or visiting one of the many Iron Age sites that Pembrokeshire is famous for.
NEW! For 2021:
We now have a secluded campervan pitch with its own fire pit.
The 10 spacious pitches are spread out over 5 acres of natural pasture. Red kites, buzzards, swallows and a host of other birds are regular visitors, and foxes, owls and badgers can be spotted at night. The camping areas are car-free zones and access to the camping pitches is on foot only (max 100m), with wheelbarrows provided to transport tents and other belongings. Bryncoed Camping is a dog-free site.
Want to feel really hidden away? Then choose our camping pitches in Red Kite Meadow, surrounded by broad leaf native trees and the sound of the stream. There are three pitches in Red Kite Meadow, and they can be booked for a larger group camping together who wish to have the camping area to themselves.
Newport Sands is our closest beach, at just 8 minutes drive away (we’ve timed it!). This beach has everything you could ask for – perfect for swimming, kite flying and rockpooling, and strolls along the shore line. The gradient is very gentle so ideal for younger children to paddle. Other beaches nearby include Poppit Sands, Ceibwr Bay, Pwllgwaelod, and Aberfforest.
STUNNING LANDSCAPE AND HISTORICAL SITES
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was established to protect and celebrate the incredible geology and scenery of Pembrokeshire’s coastline. There are walks of all lengths and difficulty rating, many of which can be accessed on foot from the campsite. North Pembrokeshire boasts one of the greatest concentration of intact and still visible archaelogical sites, and many are just a stone’s throw from Bryncoed Camping.
Fire pit per pitch
Hot showers and toilets
Freezer for ice blocks
Washing up station
Drinking water point
Mobile phone charging point