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Woody Kiln (CL) Open: All Year


  • Hookups available
  • Dogs allowed
  • Open all year
  • Hardstanding available
  • Fishing within 3 miles
  • Batteries charged

Site Description

Woody Kiln Farm is a Caravan Club Certified Location set on a small Farm in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park – the only coastal National Park in the UK.

The site is located on a large field with a distant view of the Atlantic Ocean. All pitches are surrounded by peaceful paddocks where our horses and sheep graze. There is a small orchard adjacent to the park and guests are welcome to sample the fruit. We have both lawned and hardstanding pitches which are well maintained.

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Adults, Children and pets are welcome.

Site Charges

£10 per pitch which includes access to 16 amp electric hook- up, fresh water tap with screw fitting, satellite and terrestrial digital TV points and Free Superfast Wifi for unlimited devices.

Local Attractions

The site is an excellent base for exploring the vast attractions within the Pembrokeshire National Park. With over 950 km of public footpaths, walking is an excellent way to discover the spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and fascinating history that Pembrokeshire offers. A sandy beach is 1 mile away. There is a local shop and public house within 500m of the site.

The site is in a perfect location for exploring the spectacular wildlife around the Pembrokeshire coastline. The islands of Skomer, Grassholm, Ramsey and Skokholm will enable you to experience the incredible breath-taking sights of Puffins, Guillemots, Gannets and Razorbills, along with a host of other birds and wildlife including seals and dolphins.

The local town of Milford Haven (2 miles away) has cafes, restaurants, smart shops, Leisure Centre with Swimming Pool, Theatre and two supermarkets. Milford Marina is located on the picturesque Milford Haven Waterway and has some stunning waters up river from the Marina. It benefits from a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants on the quayside as well as a Dockside Gallery, Museum and 10 pin bowling centre.

Haverfordwest is an attractive and ancient town (7 miles away) which has a great variety of shops in the town and the outlying retail parks. Dominated by the Western Cleddau that runs through the middle of the town and the castle that towers above it. There are plenty of pubs, cafés and restaurants as well the award winning Farmers Market held every Friday. Produce includes fresh fish, crabs & lobster, organic meat and vegetables, artisan cheeses and traditional-recipe cakes.

Nearby are also the historic seaside towns of Pembroke and Tenby – probably the most iconic seaside town in Wales. It was awarded a Silver award for the best UK coastal resort at the British Travel awards in 2014.

Further afield include the beauty spots of Little Haven, Broad Haven, and Newgale which is rated as a top three location in Pembrokeshire for Windsurfing and Kayaking. The smallest city in Britain namely St. Davids has a Cathedral built from a local stone with a beautiful pink and grey colouring. It occupies the valley floor below the city and cannot be seen until you are fairly close!

Contact Details

Woody Kiln Farm
Milford Haven
SA73 3SJ
Name Dean & Sharon Philpin
Tel 01646 695479
Mob 07791578249
Email Contact Form
Web Website Link
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Site Directions

Take the A4076 to Milford Haven. Head towards Milford Marina. Take the first exit off Tesco roundabout over the bridge

Latitude: 51.728475

Longitude: -5.082831

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