About Tregroes Caravan, Camping & Glamping Park
The site is set in 6 acres on the outskirts of the coastal towns of Fishguard and Goodwick. It is positioned with elevated views across the valley to Fishguard harbour.
Fishguard, with its pubs, shops, and restaurants, is an easy 15/20 minute walk.
The site is set in quiet countryside, but it’s an easy drive off the A40 so that it’s decidedly simple to get to an abundant amount of north Pembrokeshires’ attractions and beaches. For the adventurers, there is an array of activities closeby, including surfing, coasteering, climbing & horse riding.
Its closest sandy beach and the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National park with coastal walks is just a mile and a half away.
Dogs are more than welcome here at Tregroes and are sure to love the bountiful walking opportunities on the 186 mile coastal path.
Free wifi available.
Why not book one of our Mongolian yurts and tuck up in a proper bed at night and enjoy the warmth of an outdoor fire pit or rustic wood burning stove. This is camping in style! Each yurt can sleep upto 6 and has an adjoining outdoor log cabin kitchen for the exclusive use of the occupants. It contains a fridge freezer, gas hob, toaster, microwave, kettle, a full range of crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils and dining table and chairs. Externally there is an individual garden area with fire pit, low seating for campfire evenings, picnic bench and hammock for relaxing under the stars (our stars are stunning on a clear night). The yurts are well positioned for privacy and each has their own parking spaces directly outside.
The camping pod sleeps 3. The pod also has an exclusive cabin kitchen built amongst living trees. The open fire, hammock and seating area overlooks open fields.
Our site also caters for tents, touring caravans, campervans and motorhomes with optional electric hook ups. Camp fires are permitted in purpose designed fire pits. We are a favourite stop off for persons visiting or returning from Ireland with Stena Line Ferries- we therefore allow travellers to check in after the evening ferry.
Open from April to October.
Open from Easter to the end of October half term each year.
- Cot high chair provided
- Euros accepted
- Motor vans admitted
- Short Breaks available
- Showers on park
- Some rooms have fixed heating
- Tents admitted
- Touring caravans admitted
- Wifi Internet Access
Our site is easy to find being just 300 yards off the A40 near Fishguard.
From the M4/A48/A40
Your satnav may turn you off the A40 at Narberth. It is more direct to remain on A40 and travel through Haverfordwest. On the approach to Fishguard, turn left before roundabout. This turn is indicated as Manorowen Road and marked with brown tourist signs. After 300 yards you will arrive at Tregroes Caravan, Camping & Glamping Park.
Take the A487 from Cardigan towards Fishguard. Drive Through Fishguard town passing over 2 roundabouts. Head towards Haverfordwest on A40. Just after the second roundabout turn right. This turn is indicated as Manorowen Road and marked with a brown tourist sign. After 300 yards you will arrive at Tregroes Caravan, Camping & Glamping Park.
There are 7 trains a day leaving/entering Fishguard & Goodwick Railway station which is the terminus of one of the branches of the Swansea line.
The T5 Richard Bros Brothers is the closest bus route to Tregroes and it runs between Haverfordwest and Aberystywyth many times a day. This bus is free for all travellers at the weekend.
There are many buses from Fishguard square which connect to Newport, St. Davids and the Pembrokeshire coastal path.
The Stena Line ferry terminal which connects Fishguard to Rosslare in Southern Ireland is just 1 mile away and sails twice a day.