Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park

About Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park

Located on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Caerfai Bay offers panoramic sea views from every pitch. The park is a tranquil haven perfect for walkers, families, couples and wildlife lovers.  Caerfai Bay sandy bathing beach, only a 5-minute walk, is accessed via a designated footpath. Enjoy exploring St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, with its magnificent Cathedral and Bishops Palace, alongside a wealth of independent teashops, restaurants, pubs and shops. Facilities include a modern amenity block with underfloor heating. Awarded 5 AA Gold Pennants 2015, 2016 and 2017, one of only 43 Parks in the UK. 4 Visit Wales Stars.  Open 1st March until 12th November.


Amenities include free hot showers, modern toilet blocks with shaver points, hairdryers, and baby changing facilities. The amenity block near the office, with underfloor heating, houses the laundry, dish wash sinks, kitchen, breakfast bar, information area and internet computer. The additional amenity block in the tent field has dish wash sinks, grooming/vanity area, baby changing facilities, kitchen and wetsuit wash alongside refurbished family rooms, free hot showers and toilet facilities. There are several lockable charging facilities for phones, tablets and laptops and a freezer pack service available from reception. WiFi is available across the park (additional fee). 

Staying at Caerfai Bay provides a stunning memorable backdrop to your holiday where you can enjoy unrivalled views of St Brides Bay. We have pitches to suit all campers and tourers arriving at our Park and pitches are allocated to suit your requirements. Designated pitches mean you can enjoy your own plot of Pembrokeshire with space to relax, unwind and breathe.

Caerfai Bay, only a 5 minute walk, is accessed via a designated concrete footpath ending in a few steps to the pebbly foreshore. At low tide it has a beautiful broad extent of sand with rock pools and caves at either side for explorers young and old to venture and discover. Caerfai is a brilliant family bathing beach at mid and low tide, at high tide it’s an angler’s paradise – or you could always fish off the “points” at Caerfai. Caerfai beach is dog friendly and dogs are permitted on the beach year-round. Tent fields have dog friendly and non-dog areas.


Advance booking is advised, to avoid disappointment, particularly for weekends, bank holidays and school holidays. Bookings can be made online via our website, over the phone, by email or by post. Bookings require deposit to confirm booking, payment in advance is requested for short stay bookings.


Please note, the access road to the site is via a single track lane with passing places so larger units will need to take care on approach. We do recommend on the final approach, between the Caerfai Farm organic shop/booking office and just before the beach car park, guests drive slowly and let any pedestrians/cyclists pass before continuing down the road.


HIGH SEASON:2 people/tent/car £19.50 per night. Please check for other charges.

There are also nine holiday homes for hire. We do operate a no smoking policy in these caravans which, subject to availability, may be booked for short breaks of 3 nights minimum out of season.

Please remember that we do offer an ice pack service and FREE charging of laptops/phones/cameras etc in our charging cubicles which are available(not laptops) 24 hours a day.

Booking, normally 3 nights minimum, is strongly recommended and requires the payment of a deposit. All bookings will be given a unique booking number and allocated a pitch. Otherwise people are free to turn up to camp subject to availability.

There is a bus service from St Davids to the railway towns of Haverfordwest and Fishguard. Additionally there are buses, leaving from the top of Caerfai Road, which cover the coastal area to Fishguard and Milford Haven – especially useful for walkers.

The Oriel Y Parc Information Centre at ‘The Grove’, St Davids, provides a wealth of local information.

Senior citizen discounts, low season, on touring caravan tariff.


There are two amenity blocks, both heated, one in the Caravan field, and the second in the camping field; these include toilets, hot showers (including family rooms in the camping field), dishwash, wetsuit washes and small kitchens. Free Hot Showers, shaver points, and hairdryers (20p)

Free (£1 required to withdraw key) phone charging stations in the lower toilet block and information room, and laptop charging station at reception.

The main amenity block also includes a launderette, seating area and internet access (fee payable).

Baby changing facilities are in both blocks and a disabled facility is adjacent to the park office. All facilities cleaned twice daily.

Ice pack service (20p per pack) operates and Calor Gas/Gaz available

Grey waste disposal points, chemical disposal point and cassette waste facility.


£310 - £880 Static caravans per week

£15.50 - £28.50 Tourers/Tents per two persons per night

Rates: Tourers/Tents per two persons per night  £15.50 – £28.50

Rates: Static caravans per week £310  -£880

Additional Information

Open from March to November.

Price Info:

Rates: Tourers/Tents per two persons per night  £15.50 – £28.50

Rates: Static caravans per week £310  -£880


  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Beach within 400 yrds of park
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Butane propane gas available
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • Electric hook up available
  • Extra for gas electric
  • Motor vans admitted
  • Private Parking
  • Short Breaks available
  • Showers on park
  • Special rates for Senior Citizens
  • Tents admitted
  • Touring caravans admitted
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Welsh spoken
  • Wifi Internet Access


Accessibility Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park is located just south of St Davids and accessed by a single track road with passing places. The road is wide enough for motor homes and minibuses but not suitable for full length buses or coaches. Most people travelling to Caerfai have their own transport. Those relying on public transport will use the train to Fishguard or Haverfordwest and connecting bus to St Davids. From St Davids it is just under a mile walk to Caerfai or taxi services are available. City of St Davids Taxi Service (Frank John) provide a very helpful service; tel 01437 721731, mobile 07974 391522, email: website: Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Services are designed to access the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail without having to use a car. The “Celtic Coaster” bus service takes you to the St Davids Peninsula and can carry wheelchairs. The 14 seater minibus runs from St Davids to Porth Clais, St Justinians and Whitesands. Cars can be parked alongside tents and caravans for alighting and embarkation. The private roads on site are very narrow and there are several small speed ramps which are marked. Access to individual pitches is over grass land. Hearing Impaired Visitors – When the Park Office has several people booking in, it may be difficult for those persons who are hard of hearing (including staff) to understand. Either a quieter time/room can be arranged, or there are facilities for visitors to give/take written instructions. Visually Impaired Visitors – Such is the nature of the Caravan and Tent Park that it is more suited to accompanied visually impaired visitors. There are wide open spaces, which cannot be railed off, and much is uneven. Where there are steps these are highlighted in white paint, and drops in the landscape indicated with white painted stones. This is a small business and we do not have Braille facilities, but large print information can be produced on request. Mobility Impaired Visitors – Parking is available next to the office, but there are no specifically allocated disabled bays. The access to the office is a low gradient ramp with close metal spar rail on one side and raised level on the other. The main desk is at high level, but wheelchair users can use the lower desk in the front office, which is located immediately before the main desk. Specialised wheelchairs and aids can be hired from PIPPA (Physically Impaired People of Pembrokeshire Association) tel: 01437 760999. The disabled shower/toilet can be accessed from the same ramp as the office, however, the laundry, dishwash and information rooms which are also accessible are not designed for wheelchair use. At present we do not have any wheelchair accessible caravans, but there are plans to develop this facility in future. Attractions: Unfortunately Caerfai Beach itself is not accessible for wheelchairs, however there are some local places such as Whitesands, which is a popular and accessible beach that sees a lot of activity in summer. At Abereiddy a few miles further north there is a wheelchair friendly coastal path that starts from the beach car park and continues to the “Blue Lagoon”. The St Davids Cathedral has parking in the grounds and most of the building is accessible.


From Haverfordwest: take the A487 to St Davids, at the roundabout turn left. Caerfai is sign posted – Caerfai Bay is at the end of the road, just before the beach car park.

Alternative route: avoiding the hills at Newgale and Solva, take the A40 to Letterston, then B4331 to join the Fishguard Road to St Davids A487 near Mathry.

From Fishguard: take the A487 to St Davids, turn left onto Glasfryn lane. At the roundabout take the second exit. Caerfai is sign posted, continue down to the end of the path, Caerfai Bay is on the right just before the beach car park.

Nearest Railway Station is in Haverfordwest and then Richard Bros to St Davids: on request can stop at top of Caerfai Road, 1/2 mile, otherwise in St Davids itself. Richard Bros timetables, also including St Davids – Fishguard, are available at:

The coastal buses, leaving from the Car Park at Oriel y Parc (top of our road) details are at: