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Camping in Cardigan Bay

June 29, 2018

Looking for a spot idea for camping in Cardigan Bay? Follow the signs up the narrow track to arrive at the rustic Rhydhowell Farm. The campsite is split across the farm with two main camping fields. One on the left before the farm house and one on the right opposite the house. Rhydhowell Farm is run by John, who you’ll probably find inside the farm house or strolling around one of the camping fields. He’ll explain the set up and tell you to pitch up where you like.

The farm has a couple of outbuildings for campers to use. The toilets and showers are split up across these as well as washing up facilities and fridges. Campfires are also allowed and if you need to shelter from the rain there’s a small dining room inside one of the barns. The facilities can be a bit rough and ready, as you’d expect with a farm campsite, but everything is clean and does the job.

The campsite is a short drive to the Pembrokeshire coast and ideal for camping in Cardigan Bay. Perfect for walking the coastal path and spotting dolphins. There’s lots of little beaches along the coast, a few favourites are listed below.

Other places to visit whilst your in the area are:
– lunch at The Plwmp Tart, a small cafe close to Penbryn beach.
– brunch at Crwst, plus one of their delicious donuts for afters.
– Mwnt, Ceibwr Bay and Gwbert are great beaches for a swim or a picnic.
– and finally, Pizza Tipi in Cardigan is a must for tasty pizza’s and craft beers.

 

By thecampsitejournal

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