Dewslake Farm

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire Pembroke

  • Contactless check in
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
  • Short walk to pub
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
Nestled in sleepy Pembrokeshire, yet still conveniently close to the regions finest sights, Dews Lake Farm is the perfect choice for campers wanting to enjoy the wonders of Western Wales

First time campers? The family not bowled over by the idea of a weekend camping in rural Wales? Then Dews Lake Farm might be the ideal choice for your first under-canvas foray. The site provides pitches for ‘traditional campers’ and ‘glampers’ alike on a friendly, authentic working farm teeming with wildlife and countryside character. Tucked away in sleepy Pembrokeshire, yet still conveniently close to the regions finest sights (including Manorbier Castle & Freshwater East Beach), Dews Lake Farm is the perfect choice for campers wanting to enjoy the wonders of Western Wales and its remarkably unspoilt landscapes.

Upon arrival you realise everything here is relaxed and pretty low-key. There’s no designated pitches, just rock up and find your corner of tranquillity. You’ll find decent facilities here too with pipping hot showers, 16-amp electric hook-up points (for caravans) and handy phone charging stations.

Dews Lake’s patch of flat green farmland sits only six miles from the loveable bucket-and-spade town of Tenby. Many literary greats such as Roald Dahl, Jane Austen and Beatrix Potter have taken inspiration from its elegant white Georgian mansions, glorious hilltop views and traditional fishing village feel. Today, Tenby is a postcard-maker's dream and delights visitors who stroll leisurely through its medieval streets lined with cosy pubs, quirky gift shops and tempting ice-cream parlours.

As luck would have it, Dews Lake is also on the doorstep of one of Europe’s finest beaches, Barafundle Bay. Reached after an invigorating half-hour cliff-top trek, the immaculate, golden sands and turquoise blue waters give it a paradisiac feeling, often drawing comparisons to the Caribbean. Out of season you often have the place to yourself, apart from a few brave surfers who tackle the choppy Irish Sea. From Barafundle, take a delightful little stroll to Bosherston lily ponds. The best time to visit is in late spring or summer when the lilies are in flower and become home to an eclectic array of wildlife, including otters, swans, herons, dragonflies and 'robbing' robins who won't hesitate to pinch food right out of your hands.

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Facilities

Eleven toilets and eight showers (with hot water) onsite. 16-amp electric hook-up points for caravans, camper vans and tents.  Phone charging points in the potwash area. General waste and recycling bins.

Suitable For

Everyone’s welcome! Tents, caravans, camper vans, groups, kids and well behaved dogs.  We do apply a group bond for more than 6 adults and you must let us know or it could affect your stay.

Nearby

Food

The Cafe at Dewslake campsite offers stunning vegan and vegetarian food to campers and visitors alike.  Open during the season for breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and dinners with well loved pizza or curry nights with music.

Paddle West Activities

These guys offer fun outdoor activities, on site archery, assault courses and  campfires in the kids club and take people paddle boarding or canoeing in other great locations.

Tickle Tunes

A wonderful pre-school age activity with lots of singing and dancing to some great music.  Geared to the under fives in sunshine with space for the little ones to play is so sweet.

Lamphey Walled garden

A pretty place to spend an hour wandering around the plants and talking with the lovely owners Chris and Tina

Veg box

Right next door is an organic veg box scheme who will deliver to the site for you if you want to enjoy the very freshest of vegetables and salads for your stay.

Local activity providers

There are so many local activity providers that we can’t name them all but

Swim Pembrokeshire offer safe lessons in open water swimming or Pembrokeshire Bike Hire will drop off bikes (including electric ones) here at site for you to make those adventure days even better.

If you want other sports, look at the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group where you’ll find ethical providers who have signed up to care for our wonderful Marine National Park, the only one in the UK.

Walks

It’s 3 miles to walk into Pembroke or the same to walk to Freshwater East but on site we have a pretty nature area and it’s only a mile or so to the pub, garage shop or hotel restaurant in Lamphey.

Food & Drink

The Cafe at Dewslake campsite offers stunning vegan and vegetarian food to campers and visitors alike.  Open during the season for breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and dinners with well loved pizza or curry nights with music.The Dial Inn (01646 672426) is only a mile away and serves excellent homemade food and local ales.  The Stackpole Inn (01646 672324) is a great choice for when you visit the beautiful Barafundle Bay. The pub was awarded the prestigious "Best Gastropub in Wales" award at the Great British Pub Awards. Narberth (12 miles away) is renowned for its fantastic deli’s, café’s and boutique shops. Everything served at Plum Vanilla in central Narberth (01834 862762) is home made, from the fresh bread loaves, soups, quiches, and salads, through to their fantastic desserts. They also cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Open

Easter–September.

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The Owner Says

Dewslake Farm is on the outskirts of Lamphey village with countryside views overlooking the Pembrokeshire National Park. On-site you'll find grass pitches for tents, campervans and caravans as well as glamping bell tents and bunkhouse cabins.

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Social Distancing Measures

Our shared facilities (toilet, showers and kitchen) are currently open

Bookings and payment in advance only to avoid contact at check-in

Our cleaning staff have undertaken COVID specific cleaning training and are implementing new cleaning regimes

New signage around the site to remind everyone of the new rules

Six metre minimum distance between pitches

Hand sanitizer stations around the site

You must comply with the Welsh Government guidelines

Offers & Deals

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Accommodation

10 with electric hook-ups and 10 without. Dewslake farm also have 3 luxury shepherds huts sleeping up to 4 people.

Glamping Cabin 1

Cabin Sleeps 4 3 Available
This really is comfortable camping! If you fancy experiencing the great outdoors without pitching up or lugging all the gear around, the cabins at Dews Lake Farm are the perfect choice for you.

Bell Tent - Standard (5m)

Bell tent Sleeps 4 5 Available
Beautiful bell tent, sleeping up to four (2 adults and 2 children). Furnished with beds and bed linen for a cosy night under canvas.

circus Bell Tent - large (6m)

Safari tent Sleeps 6
Beautiful bell tent, sleeping up to six (2 adults and 4 children). Furnished with beds and bed linen for a cosy night under canvas.

Grass Pitch With Electricity

Grass pitch with electricity Sleeps 10 43 Available
A grass pitch with electric hook up on a spacious camping field.

Grass Pitch - Non Electric

Grass pitch Sleeps 10 30 Available
A grass pitch on a spacious camping field.

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Location

Contact Dewslake Farm, The Ridgeway, Lamphey, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire SA71 5PB

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Getting There

From Pembroke: at the roundabout at the end of Main Street, take the second exit (Station Rd A4139). When you reach Lamphey continue onto The Ridgeway, Dews Lake Farm is approximately 1 mile after you pass the Dial Inn on your left-hand side. From Tenby: on Greenhill Road (A4139), take a slight right onto Holloway Hill and continue onto The Ridgeway towards Lamphey. Before you reach Lamphey on your left-hand side (just after Dews Lake Bridge), you will see the sign for Dews Lake Farm. If you pass the sign for Lower Lamphey Park you've gone too far!

There is a train station in Lamphey (2 miles) making Tenby, Pembroke, Manorbier and Narberth easily accessible. Trains run to Carmarthen (via Manorbier, Penally, Saundersfoot and Whitland) where connections can be made for Swansea, Cardiff, Manchester, Bristol and London Paddington.

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