Kelpie Tents and Tourers is a peaceful family run camping and touring site which boasts beautiful views of the countryside, Kelpie is set in three acres on the edge of the beautiful village of Manorbier, which is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This is an ideal base for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath. It is situated approximately halfway between Tenby and Pembroke.
Kelpie Tents and Tourers is a Camping & Caravanning Certified location and take a maximum of 5 caravans/motor homes plus up to 20 tents. All pitches are of a good size with plenty of space in between, are on grass, and most have electricity. Kieran (site manager) has developed a small Nature Reserve in the middle of the site for all to explore.
Subject to availability Kelpie Tents and Tourers offer free-range duck/chicken eggs, Pembrokeshire bacon and potatoes and home-baked bread and cakes. They also offer fire pits and fire logs.
The good news is dogs are very welcome at our campsite, and there are no restrictions on the local beach so perfect for a family holiday!
The area offers some of the most secluded sandy beaches both east and west of the main surf beach at Manorbier. The walk to the lovely beach and Manorbier Castle is approximately a 3/4 mile through woodlands, via an old lime kiln, dovecot and mill.
Manorbier village itself is only a couple more minutes’ walk. It is a lovely seaside village with a superb sandy cove popular with surfers and a beautiful medieval castle overlooking the bay. Once in the village, you will find a medieval castle, a Norman church, a dog-friendly pub, a post office/general store and a cafe/ tea room.
Manorbier Castle is set in a stunning location perched above the beach; a well-preserved masonry, chapel, round tower and gatehouse; numerous stairs, towers, rooms and battlements to explore and an inner ward laid out to gardens.
Also in the village are the restored Bier House and a dovecote below the castle walls. On the Coast Path to the east is The King’s Quoit, a stone cromlech on the coast path overlooking the bay. The 349 bus service connects it to Haverfordwest. Pembroke and Tenby, all of which have a railway station.
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