Insider Review of Home Farm Campsite in Druidston

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Last Updated on 28/03/2024 by Claire Coney

I was excited to be planning a trip to Wales and was looking for a relaxing campsite in Pembrokeshire. After some research on the internet, I was delighted to find a lovely site at Druidston Home Farm. I chose it because it was a small and peaceful campsite in a fabulous location and Home Farm didn’t disappoint.  

My husband and I wanted to explore Pembrokeshire’s beautiful coastline. We were looking forward to going on long walks with Abigail, our Cairn Terrier. Travelling with a dog is great fun!   

Miro Camper on a campsite

About Druidston Home Farm Campsite 

Druidston Home Farm is a family-run campsite. The site has 15 pitches set on 4 acres of gently sloping pasture. It nestles in Pembrokeshire’s rural countryside and has outstanding views. It is also within walking distance of the sea and coastal path.  

Camping and Caravanning Club 

Home Farm is part of the Camping and Caravanning Club. If you are not already a member, you can join when you arrive at the campsite.  

Friendly Welcome 

When Austin and I arrived at Home Farm, the owner gave us a friendly welcome. Richard spent time chatting with us and gave us some information about the local area.   

The Campsite Facilities  

  • Shower and toilet block  
  • Washing up area  
  • Recycling bins  
  • Water tap  
  • Chemical toilet disposal point  
Campsite Tents on Pitch st Druidston

The facilities block had two showers with hot water. An honesty box suggests £1 per shower. The building also had three toilets. One cubical has a sink with hot water, another has a sink with cold water and the other has no sink. Sometimes, I found the showers busy in the mornings. Whereas in the evening showers were available. The shower block was clean and adequate.  

In front of the shower block is an outside dishwashing area that has cold water taps. I took a washing-up bowl with me and filled it with hot water in the facilities block.  

In addition, the site had pitches with electric hook-ups. There was a cold-water standpipe and a chemical disposal point.  

Our pitch  

I loved our pitch. It was a large, grassy pitch with plenty of space for our van and our Camping tents. Two sides of our pitch had hedgerows. Abigail liked the hedgerows and got her nose into the scent trails. She enjoyed investigating the rustles.  

The pitch had an electric hook-up and a large paving slab if we wanted a BBQ.  As the pitches on this campsite are sloping, you might need levelling chocks.   

Austin could park the van on the pitch and with the addition of our windbreak, it felt private.  

Tents at Druidston campsite in Pembrokeshire
Austin and Abigail - Druidstone Beach

Is This Campsite Dog-friendly?   

Yes, the campsite was dog-friendly. Abigail had plenty of space on the large pitch.  

Who Is This Campsite Suitable For?   

This site is suitable for solo campers, couples and families.  


The campsite is open from 1st April to 1st October.   

Beautiful Views  

Druidston Home Farm campsite has beautiful views over St Brides Bay. It was a perfect spot to watch the sunset over the bay. If you are early risers like us, you might wake up to some amazing sunrises across the fields to the east. Druidston offers a quiet setting to relax and unwind.  

Sunrise at Druidston campsite
Druidstone Beach

Druidston Haven Beach  

Druidston Campsites is within walking distance of Druidston Haven beach. Access is along a steep path next to a stream. The stream flows down the hillside onto the beach and makes its way seaward.  

At high tide, the beach has a pebble and stone bank. But when the tide goes out it leaves a broad stretch of sand behind. The cove has dark high-sided cliffs and many rock pools to explore. There are some interesting rock formations and caves at the north end of the beach.   

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path  

Home Farm Campsite is also an ideal base if you want to walk the Pembrokeshire coastal path. North of Druidston Haven is Nolton Haven and Newgale Sands. To the south are the pretty seaside villages of Broadhaven and Littlehaven. Or you can take the local bus further along the coast to Solva and walk back to Druidston from there.  

Coastal path - Druidston beach

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