About Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

Our small, family-owned campsite is located on part our farm adjacent to Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park. We can accommodate tents, campervans, motorhomes and touring caravans on grass pitches, available with or without electric hook up. We have a ladies and gents shower block (50p charge per shower) and ladies and gents toilets. Indoor dishwashing facilities, tourist information, freezer for ice-blocks, access to drinking water, and chemical and waste water disposal points are all available on site.

After a day at the Farm Park visiting the farm animals and viewing the seals, or exploring the surrounding area including the beautiful beaches, settle down and watch a spectacular sunset over the sea. You might even see a pod of dolphins showing off their acrobatics!
There are still things to do after sunset as well – on a clear, dark night the stars can be just as appealing as the beaches are during sunny days. Nearly 18% of Wales enjoys protected status for its night skies, and the campsite is situated between two Dark Sky Discovery sites, recognised for being the best sites in the UK to watch the night sky without too much interference from light pollution.

Our licensed café in the Farm Park is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily, serving breakfast for campers until 11:00am, our full menu until 4.00pm and then snacks, cakes and drinks until 5.00pm.

For rates and availability please visit the campsite pages on our website. The camping price includes unlimited access into the Farm Park during your stay.

Location

52.1183662, -4.67365265

Like what you see at Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park?
NOTE: The above information is generated by third-party data provided by Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park. © Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park 2022.

Please note that the Welsh Government is not responsible for information supplied by third parties and/or the content of external websites. Please make your own enquiries and assessments as to the suitability and quality of services being offered by third party providers.

Related stories