Dews Lake Campsite is a 6 acre camping field within the 120 acre Dews Lake Farm on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, making it the perfect location for exploring the nearby beaches of Freshwater East, Manorbier and Barafundle or walking the award winning Coastal Path. We pride ourselves on being as green and natural as possible. We recycle everything and make it easy for you to do the same. In 2014 we were awarded the Gold Sustainability Award by Pembrokeshire Tourism and in 2015 certified with Green Keys status. What we offer:

  • 15 electric hook up pitches
  • 15 non electric pitches
  • Large pitches and plenty of space
  • ladies and gents toilet blocks, six toilets in total
  • 6 showers with individual changing areas (no additional charges)
  • Kitchen with 2 fridges and one chest freezer, washing up sink, kettle and electric hob (no charge)
  • 4 water taps spread across our electric hook up field
  • Daily rubbish and recycling collection
  • Campfires allowed in fire pits (cut logs and kindling sold onsite)
  • BBQ’s permitted (charcoal sold onsite)
  • Pets allowed
  • Camping just 3 miles from the coast and close to Tenby
  • Village Pub within walking disttance
  • Good public transport links from Lamphey

PLEASE NOTE The campsite is closed for events on the following dates in 2017:

PRIVATE WEDDING  May 19th – May 21st 

VW FESTIVAL – book tickets here  June 1st – June 4th 

PRIVATE WEDDING  July 7th – July 9th  

PRIVATE WEDDING Sept 1st – Sept 3rd 

Grass Pitch (price per person per night)No Electric Hook UpElectric Hook Up
Adults (18 +)£10£12
Children (4 - 17 years)£5£6
Infants (3 years and younger)£0£0
Dog£0£0
BeachesDistance from Dewslake FarmDescription
Barafundle5 milesA remote bay with golden sand and turquoise sea. You can park at Stackpole Quay and take the 20 minute walk along the cliff top to Barafundle. There is a The Boat House Tea Room at Stackpole Quay but no other amenities at Barafundle Bay.
Freshwater East3 milesA long stretch of sand backed by dunes. Calm waters for swimming and plenty of space to soak up the sun. There are basic amenities: Ice cream stand, public toilets and village pub.
Broad Haven South7 milesA remote and breathtaking long stretch of sand. You can park at Bosherston and walk along the lily ponds to reach the beach or park at the top of the cliff and take the steps down to the sandy day. For the keen walker there are fantastic coastal walks to St Govans, Barafundle and the Stackpole estate. Broad Haven has basic amenities such as toilets, information and ice cream van in the National Trust car park. And there is a pub and tea room in Bosherston village.
Manorbier5 milesBeautiful bay overlooked by a Norman castle, which is open to visitors. You can access secret coves such as Swan Lake Bay and Skrinkle Haven from walking the coastal path from Manorbier. There are public toilets and a shop, pub and restaurant in the village.
Freshwater West10 milesA surfers paradise picking up the Atlantic swell, but not safe for novice swimmers. The long stretch of sand and no dog restrictions makes it popular with dog walkers. Its free to park and the renowned Cafe Môr serve freshly prepared food from their seaside shack. Nearby Angle also has a fantastic pub and restaurant.
Tenby7 milesVery popular seaside town with beautiful Georgian town houses and long stretches of sandy beaches. You can take a boat trip from the harbour to Caldy Island. Tenby offers plenty of amenities and activities in and around the town.

Excellent in every way. Warm welcome, lovely people, lovely place and situated within easy reach of fantastic coast walks. Everything brand new and spotless. Loads of room and peace and quiet.Very strongly recommended.

September 2014

We loved the freedom of the fields, we weren’t constrained where we could pitch; even in peak season. We were with another family and the children (all sub 10) were able to play and roam in safety (no cars on field unless packing up etc). It was perfectly placed for lots of the award winning beaches and although we were there with a potential hurricane on its way, felt safe at all times. Local shops and pubs were accessible and Beth couldn’t have been more helpful.

August 2014

The site was well laid out. Loved the kitchen and toilet facilities, never had to wait for a shower. Lots of space so you weren’t camped on top of each other. I liked that cars weren’t allowed on to the pitching field other than when setting up or packing up so was safe for the children to play.

August 2014

This is our second visit and included August bank holiday weekend, in the couple of weeks since we last stayed the site has been improved further have been more showers added so now plenty to go round and always hot. There’s a nice Informal feel and mix of people, pitch prices are reasonable and still plenty of space on a busy weekend.

August 2014