The Hide Pembrokeshire

About The Hide Pembrokeshire

The Hide Pembrokeshire, with stunning sea views and just a short walk the coastal path. Surrounded by towering trees and with a beach just minutes away, this is truly nature’s hidden gem. The site even has its very own bird hide for any bird spotters out there. Open up a bottle of bubbly and relax. Enjoy stargazing around your very own cosy campfire. Peaceful and spacious pitches situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Wildlife inspired but still driving distance to Pembrokeshire’s best tourist attractions.

Additional Information

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  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Showers on park
  • Tents admitted
  • Welsh spoken


Just pop SA42 0YB into your Sat Nav and you can’t miss us!

But don’t worry if you haven’t got a Sat Nav, you can find us in the following ways:

Travelling from South Wales and England.

Easy! Take the M4 West until Junction 49 (Pont Abraham services).  Then take the A48 towards Carmarthen.  From there take the A40 heading in the direction of Haverfordwest/Fishguard. Once you arrive at Fishguard, follow the A487 road towards Dinas Cross.

Stay on this road for five minutes from Fishguard square, you will come to a lorry turning lay-by, carry on passed the lay-by and take the next junction on your left sign posted “Trewrach Cottages”.

Follow this lane for two minutes and “The hide” is on your left. If you come to Trewrach, on your right, then you’ve gone too far!

Travelling from North Wales

Take the A483 south bound and continue on the A5 until you reach Oswestry.  Follow the Welshpool signs and from there head to Newtown and then head towards Aberystwyth.

Then, follow the A487 towards Cardigan/Fishguard. Once you have gone through the village of Dinas Cross, you will need to keep driving for about four minutes and turn off to your right at the junction which is sign posted “Trewrach cottages”.

Follow this lane for two minutes and “The hide” is on your left. If you reach Trewrach then you’ve gone too far!