About Gupton Farm Campsite
Gupton Farm is ideal if you're looking for an active break away, a family holiday or a big group gathering in Pembrokeshire. There's plenty of space with the campsite offering up to 50 pitches for tents and campervans where you can be assured of a warm welcome and a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
This simple, rustic setting has great facilities including a toilet and shower block, a wet weather barn with WiFi, communal areas and loads of outdoor space.
Gupton Farm's the base from which you can explore Freshwater West and the wider landscape. Nestled in a cwtch-like hollow, our farm feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
It's a place to escape, reconnect with nature and breathe in the salty sea air; wake up to striking sunrises, unwind with equally spectacular sunsets and enjoy stargazing after dark.
You can follow our network of footpaths from the campsite, go wildlife watching at the nearby bird hide or head straight to the beach for sandy adventures.
The Stackpole Estate is only a short drive away, if you want to discover more special places cared for by the National Trust in Pembrokeshire. Explore even more of West Wales with a stay at Llanborth Campervan Site, the ideal base for exploring the Ceredigion coastline.
Hiking and cycling: Freshwater West and Gupton Farm are on the Wales Coast Path making the campsite and farmhouse an ideal spot for walkers and hikers looking for a place to stay en route.
There are numerous walks and cycle routes to reach Gupton Farm; plan your route with OS map OL36 (South Pembrokeshire) or Land Ranger Map LR158 (Pembroke and Tenby). Alternatively, take a look at the Sustrans website for cycling routes.