Welcome to Pencnwc Farm

The farmhouse

Update – Covid 19

Pencnwc farm campsite is now fully booked for the 2020 season.
No further bookings are being taken for camping.

There are a few vacancies available for the Shearer’s Loft.
Please ring me for more information on the free dates.

Stay safe and we look forward to meeting friends both old and new in 2021…

Flo White

If you are booked in to stay this year:

We will need to know party home addresses and telephone contact
(for contact tracing purposes).
We are requesting that each family cleans and disinfects after using facilities
(I have provided spray bottles on all doors plus disposable gloves and cloths).
We ask all guests to bring masks, and hand sanitiser.
There will be no reception, and no cash payments.
All payments to be made online please.

We also ask that each party takes their own refuse to the tip or home with them.
And please respect social distancing guidelines and maintain at least 2 meters separation from other families at all times.

I will not be socialising but you can see me through the glass door, or call me on the phone.
You’ll maybe see me when out on wheels!

Hope all will try to keep safe as possible.

Thanks, Flo

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For over thirty years we have been welcoming campers to our site at Pencnwc Farm, near St. David’s in Pembrokeshire. They tell us it’s ideal for families and those who love and appreciate the peace and quiet of a traditional farm site.

We’re just a mile or so from Britain’s smallest city in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – and our site offers generous sized pitches for tents, camper vans, and up to five touring caravans.

Or you could stay in our luxurious self-catering first-floor studio apartment,
The Shearers’ Loft.

I will only be opening the site from mid-May to mid-September to make things a bit easier for me, as I’m not as young as I used to be!
But during the season when I am open, all campsite visitors can expect the same warm welcome that makes staying here so special.
I’ve also needed to increase my prices to cover the increased costs of commercial refuse/recycling costs which have risen a lot and become more complicated. They are still by any standard very reasonable.
Anyone staying for longer than a week who wants to pitch in and help can expect the discount of the odd night or two – but please arrange this with me when you are here.

I pride myself in running a friendly, happy campsite, as the many people who return year after year will testify.

I look forward, as always, to making new friends and meeting old ones in the year ahead.

Flo White