ADULTS ONLY CAMPSITE AND ADULTS ONLY STATIC CARAVAN
Strickly Members Only Of The
CCC For The Campsite
ARRIVALS FROM MIDDAY FOR CAMPSITE, STATIC FROM 3PM – ALL DEPARTURES BY 11AM
NO OUTSIDE VISITORS VISITING FRIENDS ALLOWED ON SITE AT ANYTIME.
Campsite prices from £14 – £22 for up to two people p/n for members** / extra persons £5 each per night.
Static prices from £325 – £450 per week for a couple, any extra persons £60 per person per week
For the Shepherd’s Hut enquiries please go to ‘book your stay below’ and click on the link there.
Payment terms: Cash / Cheque or Online Banking.
**A £22/£50 non refundable deposit secures a pitch/static
Open from end of April to end of October.
01834871329 / 07790583744
Middle Hill Farm is a small camp site registered with the Camping and Caravanning Club, a basic five van site with easy access off the main road with 10 amp electric hook ups available on large spacious grass only pitches* with fresh water supply close by. Waste disposal area / two toilets / one coin operated shower, 20p for three minutes. A quiet & peaceful site for adults only / coastal walkers & dogs. ( Advanced bookings highly recommended ).*some pitches slightly sloping
We accept Dogs on our campsite but they MUST BE kept on a lead/leash within our campsite at all times as we’ve had a complaint in the past about dogs wondering off and weeing on other quests awnings which is not acceptable, You can walk and exercise your dogs off lead in one of our lower fields nearby and there’s a doggy poo bin by the recycling area for your convenience.
WC and Shower
OUR FACILITIES ARE OPEN BUT WOULD LIKE TO ENCOURAGE QUESTS TO USE THEIR OWN AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE TO MINIMISE SHARING
Our facilities are very basic but with a new small bunker type toilet block which consists of one metered shower unit (20p for three minutes) and a toilet, plus a spare toilet close to that. New for 2018 is our small information room & utilities washing up area.
A MEMBER OF THE CAMPING AND CARAVANNING CLUB
What They’re Saying
““Lovely quiet site, walking distance to village, castle, pub, beach and coastal path. The hot shower was just the ticket after a long walk, kept clean and with nice homely touches Welcoming owners, would definitely return””KARA AND BEN (CLUB MEMBER) STAYED AUG 2015Perfect site for a quiet coastal stay stayed 3 nights over the bank holiday weekend.
““There is a toilet, fresh water tap and a chemical disposal point on site which were all fine and the very nice owners tell us that they are building a new toilet block soon which hopefully will have a shower. so until then you will need to have your own washing facilities. Chocks are advisable for some parts of the field. would we go back you bet 🙂””MATT AND SARAH H (CLUB MEMBER) STAYED AUG 2013We were very lucky with the weather and based ourselves here for 8 nights for Cycling, Rock climbing, Fishing and sight seeing
““Easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. A couple of minutes walk to the nearby bus stop and 10 minutes walk to the nearest railway station. Very friendly and helpful owners. We'll definitely be back!””UKTIKKI1 (CLUB MEMBER) STAYED JUNE 2015Lovely, quiet site with great coastal views and short walking distance to local shop and friendly pub.
““Site owners are very friendly and continuing to upgrade the site and facilities but we tend to use the van for showers etc anyway. Short walk to the beach or a 5 mile drive into Tenby to look round the lovely harbour and beach. We tow a large twin axel van and had no problem getting onto the site, but do not follow sat nav. Fantastic walk round the nearby lily ponds leading to a coastal walk taking in Stackpool and Barafuddle Beach which is stunning. Would certainly recommend this site.””ROB (CLUB MEMBER) STAYED JUNE 2014This is a quiet site overlooking the nearby bay and beach of Manorbier
““Pleasant site which is a great base for the area in a quiet relaxing location. Facilities are clean and adequate for a small site with only one shower and 2 toilets. Informative welcome with choice of pitches, however best spots on the rise of the hill with sea view were all taken. Pleasant walk through owners field onto local road down to village shop, castle and beach (dog friendly). Approx 6 miles to Tenby, however I would recommend a visit to Stackpole NT site with the Bosherton Lily ponds and Broadhaven beach it was a real highlight of our trip. Car park was busy but there is alternative parking around the trust site.””Juch (Club Member) stayed Jun 2016
““Just back from 10 days on this beautiful site. Perfect for a bit of quiet R & R. The site is totally free from any excessive regimentation, and the pitches are huge and well laid out. We set up our caravan at the top of the site to make the most of the fantastic views over the surrounding countryside, with the sea in the distance. The site is perfectly located, with easy access to shops, a beach, the lovely town of Tenby, and the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline. A washing up area has been added for this year, and information leaflets and noticeboards are included in this building. The facilities are basic, but this is not intended as criticism as they are perfectly adequate and always kept spotlessly clean. We found the owners very friendly and helpful, and would definitely recommend this site for anyone looking for a peaceful break.””Colin & Lynn (Club Member) stayed Jul 2017“Lovely break away!!!
“We loved our stay at Middle Hill Farm! The owner was friendly and available if needed but completely unobtrusive. The site was lovely and quiet, perfect for relaxing. The pitches were the most generous we have come across and although there was a mix of camper-vans and caravans on site the pitches were so big you felt like you had the campsite to yourself! Most pitches have some sea view (remember to bring some chocks as some pitches are slightly sloping but nothing to worry about) The facilities were clean throughout our stay and although only the one shower it didn't cause any issues and was practical to use (lots of hooks!) Two toilets on site which is handy. The campsite is also really well situated with a short walk (about half a mile to Manorbier) and a little further to the beach. The walk is very safe as across fields and then a pavement to the village. We ate at the Castle Inn and the food and drinks there were well priced and the food very tasty, would recommend. The bus stop to Tenby is right at the bottom of the campsite field so perfect for getting around if you want to relax and use public transport. There is also a well stocked shop in Manorbier for anything you may need. Fantastic coastal walks from the site and Carew Castle (great day out) is within cycling distance mostly across small roads (if you plan the route) Highly recommend both the site and the area, we are looking forward to our visit again next year! Thank you, Emily and Pete.Emily MorganLovely break away!!! 01/07/2019.
““We had our Motorhome and Caravan pitched side by side with plenty of room all around. John and Melanie met us on arrival and were lovely, made us feel relaxed straight away. This is a lovely site, well kept and very peaceful. Two site toilets, should you need them and the usual grey and black disposal points. We are always self contained so we didn’t need or want anything more. Short ten minute walk to the local pub which also serves food and another few minutes further walk to Manorbier Castle. We found this site to be perfectly located for the local area. Please heed others advice and drive to Tenby before putting the site postcode into your sat nav. I’m a bit slow and never heeded this advice to my cost.(Motorhome towing a Caravan does not fit down the delightful single track, lanes) Thank you John and Melanie for a wonderful, peaceful and hassle free holiday, you have a great site.”Jason FennWonderful & Peaceful.
““This was our second holiday here and we cant speak highly enough of it the friendlyness,the maintainance of the site& cleanlyness of showers/ toilets. Pleasent short walk to manobier village is rewarded with warm welcome by the locals& the food in the pub was lovely looking forward to returning soon!””GRAHAMOlder couples, Peaceful break, Younger couples
““My wife and I stayed on this site for 3 nights/2 days during the 3rd week of April 2021. Even though we found ourselves arriving in the dark around 9pm Mr Williams greeted us at the gate with a friendly welcome. The touring field is situated next to the A4139. Although we were sited on one the pitches nearer the road, road noise and traffic volume were never a problem. It is not the A1 it is more of a country lane. Nearer the road the field has just a slight slope which steepens towards the south of the field. The site feels high up and affords lovely views across fields towards the coastline. The pitches are as specious as i have seen anywhere. They are all grass pitches but the field is so well cut, it was like pitching up on a lawn. In fact the grass was in better condition than my own lawn. Due to restrictions remaining in place for Covid we did not use the facilities. Although they were limited in size they looked very well maintained. The washing facilities were at the lower end of the field a fair distance from our pitch but gravity made the process of emptying out, a whole lot more pleasurable. Dragging the waste water or toilet casette to the emptying points was a down hill walk aided by gravity. Returning to the caravan with empty receptacles was no problem at all. Getting to the road to Manorbier entailed a short walk through two fields and a 5 or so minute walk to the village where we found a NISA local shop, a pub, a hotel and a Castle. The castle is close to Manorbier beach which is in a sheltered inlet of the sea between the cliffs. Cliff top walks leading away in either direction. The site is a CL and thus quite small but had everything we wanted and more. Large pitches, excellent location and neat grass and relaxing views all came as a nice surprise. It's owners Mr and Mrs Williams were friendly and helpful but not intrusive.””GRAHAM SINESActive break, Older couples, Peaceful break, Younger couples
“Thoroughly recommended !Mike & Gilly
When did you stay09/2021
LocationCoastal, Country, Secluded
A lovely site run by John and Melanie who are very welcoming and couldn't be more helpful. Within an easy short walk of Manorbier which has a well stocked Nisa shop, the "Castle" pub (where we had two very good meals in the large pub garden), sandy beach, the castle and plenty of walks in the surrounding area. Also handy for bus stops if you need them. We would not hesitate to visit again !
Mike and Gilly”
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HOW TO FIND US
Middle Hill Farm, Manorbier, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 7SL
To avoid very narrow back lanes, make your way to Tenby first then use our postcode from there,this will keep you on the main road and straight to our farm.
From Tenby take the A4139 road to Pembroke, travel about 4 miles to pass through the village of Lydstep then over the crossroads by-passing the Manorbier turnoff, then we are the first entrance on the left after a RED triangular cow sign.