Reviews by some of our guests...
We stayed at meadow farm for 3 nights in September, we were very lucky as the weather was lovely. Had a warm welcome when we got there and we were able to pitch where we liked which is always a good thing. The field is on a slope but this did not cause a problem. The views over Tenby are stunning and only a 10-15 minute walk away. Toilets could do with updating but has not put me off visiting the site again. Fab campsite in a lovely spot
Review by: Jenny Lewis
Review by: Phillips Family Unit used: Tent
Spent the weekend here with new dock stars junior section and what a weekend. The field we had was gently sloping but well kept. The toilet and shower were fine, well kept. We were 30 kids and 30 adults, we played football in the next field and the kids played around the park and went fishing on the beach. The site is on a hill but it was the only site we could find, our 1st choice had cancelled it due to waterlogged pitches. This field was bone dry! Went into town on sat and the walk back up the hill was hard but you could get a taxi for £3-£4 which was worth it. Shall return to this site for another trip due to location fantastic views and cleanliness.
Review by: The Keegans Unit used: Tent
Want to know a secret? We have just stayed at the most beautiful and convenient campsite in Tenby. Meadow farm has the most breathtaking views of the town and Caldey Island and is only 10 minutes walk from Tudor Square.
Owners Vicky and Bob (that's no rush Bob to you and me) are wonderful hosts and make you feel more than welcome with loads of local knowledge and lots of laughs. There is no bar, no playground for the kids, no amusements. Bliss!
The facilities however do include toilets and a shower block and well that's it really. These are more than adequate although Pembrokeshire council are due to grant our hosts planning permission to improve them to a higher standard. Our pitch had electric hook up and all for £17.00 a night for two adults. Hospitality at no extra charge!
If you love Tenby, like we do, and are looking to stay in a little piece of paradise then this is it.
Oh and just a couple of other pieces of local knowledge we knew already. The best restaurant in Tenby is the Plantagenet House, run by Barney and his excellent staff and if you just want a snack try the Cafe Vista in Crackwell Street. You can sit on the balcony overlooking the harbour.
Review by: Hollybug Unit used: Touring Caravan
Just returned from 10 days at Meadow Farm. What a fantastic place! Vicky, the owner, was incredibly helpful and always chirpy. The weather was very unkind but the views across Tenby town and harbour made it all worthwhile.
Toilet block and showers always clean. The walk into Tenby was easy. Took about 10 mins meaning that there were no car parking issues. As the site is alongside the Pembrokeshire national Park path a walk to Saundersfoot is possible - took about 2 hours but was breathtakingly beautiful. This site is highly recommended.
Review by: Cubana Unit used: Tent
We went for 3 nights & paid £14 per night which didn't seem unreasonable. Arriving Friday afternoon in sunshine the view over Tenby was as good as you could find. There were a few hook-ups available, mainly taken by families. We went a bit further away and found many fairly level pitches. The ground is fantastic for pegging.
The site facilities are limited 3 x WCs + 1 shower, 2 sinks in each side & no washing-up area but they were clean. Plenty of hot water.
There is a short walk of about 300m down to the main promenade, shops, cinema etc. A slight deviation to the right brings you to Molly's Cafe for breakfast. We were surprised that the site wasn't fuller as the weather forecast was fine.
If you enjoy camping you'll like it here. We're going back
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