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This traditional, 29 acre, cliff-top dairy farm at Druidston is a breathtaking, back-to-basics site that makes the ideal camp for those exploring the unspoilt Pembrokeshire coast

In a region with no shortage of stunning views, the panoramic vistas over St Brides Bay enjoyed from Shortlands Farm are really quite spectacular. The Ledwith family's traditional 29-acre dairy farm at Druidston is a breathtaking, back-to-basics site that makes the ideal camp for those exploring this unspoilt fringe of West Wales. There's a refreshingly laid–back feel to the site – pitches are informal, with campers free to pitch up wherever they please. Perched atop the cliffside, exposed to the elements, there's no better place to watch the sun descend over the Irish Sea.

Distant enough from St Davids (25 minutes away) to avoid the crowds with secluded Druidston Haven just 10 minutes away, Shortlands is also enviably located for the Pembrokeshire Coast Path – accessible from a bridleway at the bottom of the farm. From your tent you can wander across, hop on the trail and stroll down the slope to a large, tidal beach, or walk the two-and a-half miles south to Broad Haven and Little Haven where there are further beaches and a clutch of sea-front pubs and cafés.

All in all, Shortlands Farm guarantees a friendly welcome and the perfect base for exploring this unspoilt stretch of one of the world's great coastal walks. As any beleaguered ramblers can attest, Shortland's hosts' hospitality knows no bounds. From complimentary use of the fridge-freezer, to a lend of brazier for campfires, Kate and family are happy to help and have expert local-knowledge of the best places to go. Not that you need go anywhere. With the best views for miles, Shortlands Farm is a place you’ll want to stick around at.

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Set in 29 acres, Shortlands Farm has stunning sea views and overlooks St Brides Bay in Druidston, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The farm is currently home to dairy cows and their calves, and there are also rabbits, badgers, foxes and numerous birds to be seen on and around the farm.

Located at the end of a track, and within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Shortlands Farm is a peaceful and secluded get away, yet only 15 minutes by car from Haverfordwest, and 25 minutes from St Davids– Britain’s smallest city.

Nearby there are many beautiful unspoilt beaches and activities to choose from, including surfing, coasteering, horse riding, wildlife spotting, fishing, boat trips, walking, swimming and many more… Druidston Haven beach is a 10 minute walk away, follow the bridleway from Shortlands Farm then wind your way down to the beach. At low tide the large sandy beach stretches out to provide lots of space with rockpools and caves to explore. Druidston is a well-kept secret and remains peaceful and relatively quiet even during the summer months when some busier beaches are crammed with people.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path can be joined at the end of the bridleway for spectacular walks up and down the coast, and the local bus stops at Druidston Haven for those who want to explore further afield. Shortlands Farm tries to limit its impact on the environment by encouraging recycling and providing drinking water so no need to buy bottled. Please join us in preserving this beautiful and unspoilt part of the world.


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