Offering a unique setting overlooking the Teifi Valley and just seven miles from the coast of Cardigan Bay, this is not an ordinary campsite and there is no provision for touring units. Indeed, there is just a single, if rather special, well equipped Romany-style caravan for hire, with a log fire, together with an adjacent wooden unit housing a modern kitchen and shower facility and a double-glazed sitting room. The area offers attractive beaches and endless opportunities for exploration: wander through the peaceful Teifi Valley, walk the cliff-top paths along the remote coastline or visit little fishing villages and pretty towns.
Take a boat trip from nearby New Quay, visit the shops and restaurants of the seaside harbour town of Aberaeron or head inland to Cardigan with its castle, shops and cafés. Further afield are the university town of Aberystwyth to the northeast and, beyond the port of Fishguard to the southwest, the delightful little cathedral city of Saint David’s. Tourist attractions include Oakwood Pleasure Park, Cardigan Island Farm Park, the West Wales Wildlife Centre and the National Woollen Museum.