Tents, campervans, caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents – all-comers are welcome here.
Early in the season if you want to bring your camper or caravan, it’s best to call us to check ground conditions before booking,
as we have no hard standings.
We recommend booking for our five spacious grass camping pitches, four of which have electric hook-ups available. For a traditional and chilled-out camping holiday in one of Britain’s most beautiful destinations, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, we reckon it’s hard to beat. Each grass pitch has its own picnic table and you can hire one of our camping fire pits (complete with grill rack for barbecues) for a small charge. We sell logs, charcoal, kindling, firelighters and matches so you’ll have everything you need.
With our wash room and our luxury shower and toilet facilities – or our little compost loo for those who like to feel at one with nature – you may just be camping in a pretty field, but we’ve added a touch of luxury on the side.
At Stackpole Under The Stars we like to think of ourselves as small but perfectly formed.
Our luxurious bespoke shower and toilet pods have a real wow factor, while our little gypsy-style compost toilet is even gentler on its surroundings. There’s also a tidy wash-room with a double sink, a washing machine, tumble dryer, and a chest freezer for ice blocks. You can also dunk your sandy wet suits and swim stuff in the outdoor water butt and then hang them on the drying rail before your next adventure.
And that’s all: your tent, van or glamping accommodation, a lush green field with a blossoming wildflower meadow and all you need to be clean and watered. Oh, and quick and easy access to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world…
We are part of the Greener Camping Club of eco-friendly campsites. We are gradually increasing our green credentials. We use a green energy supplier and encourage on-site recycling. Swathes of our grass are left to grow into hay meadow. Its feathery grasses and wildflowers provide rich pickings for bees and butterflies. We will cut it for hay in late summer. It’s early days for the meadow (and for us) and we look forward to sharing it with you as it transforms.