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Smell the sea, feel the sky, tell a story around a campfire

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The stunning beaches of Little Haven and Broad Haven both either a 2 minute drive or 15 minute walk from our campsite 

LITTLE HAVEN CAMPSITE is a back to nature beautiful eco campsite in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park just half a mile (15 min walk or 2 min drive) distance to the stunning beaches of Little Haven and Broad Haven where you also find access to join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Trail. Easy access to lots of amazing beaches and a 20 minute drive to the boat for Skomer Island. Each pitch has lots of space and privacy and we allow campfires in raised metal fire pits which we provide free of charge to use during your stay. Each Pitch has use of its own private washroom with flush toilet and cold water hand basin. No more queuing for toilets!!We accept Tents and Campervans and well behaved dogs.


























Hedgeline Pitches

Extra Large Pitches surrounded by nature. Car Free Site except small camper vans  (Cars are permitted on site to deliver, set up and take down camping equipment). Cars then parked in designated area adjacent to the field. 

Triple Pitch

A selection of pitches suitable for Small Campervans with Awnings etc. (Sorry no Motorhomes or Caravans).

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Each Pitch has use of its own private washroom includes a flush toilet and cold tap hand basin. Communal use of Hot Electric Showers, Hot/Cold Washing Up Sinks, Chest Freezer for Ice Packs and Phone Charge Points

Little Haven Campsite offers a peaceful retreat set back from the coast and hidden from view/roads. Located up a meandering track and surrounded by woodland, hedgerows and open fields we offer the perfect "back to nature" camping experience. You can sometimes hear the distant waves crashing on nearby beaches and the hoots of our resident Owls!

WE ARE LISTED IN THE Guardian Top 20 UK Coastal Campsites 2018 and coast magazine



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