This Camping and Caravanning Club certificated site is situated on the edge of the friendly village of Maenclochog, at the foot of the spectacular Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire.
Westland West Campsite is in a peaceful and relaxing rural setting with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. From here, the famous blue ‘ringing stones’ were taken by people in the Neolithic period, to build Stonehenge. Opposite the entrance to Westland West you can see the two ‘Cornel Bach’ standing stones and from here you can follow a lovely footpath that leads to the hills.
A 5 minute walk from the campsite takes you to the centre of Maenclochog, where there is a cafe, a shop/post office, a pub and two petrol stations. Furthermore, you can visit the Linda Norris art gallery to view her paintings and glass work in a relaxed atmosphere.
“A great base from which to explore Pembrokeshire”
Westland West Campsite is in an excellent location for you to explore Pembrokeshire. It is close to the Gwaun Valley, popular for walking and cycling. In this “lost” valley you will experience a unique atmosphere and see an abundance of wildlife and prehistoric sites. Alternatively, visit the Llys y Fran Country Park and Reservoir, just 3 miles from the village. If you want sea and sand, then take a short, scenic drive to Newport Beach and the stunning Pembrokeshire coast.
For shopping, cafés, bars and restaurants, the historic towns of Narberth, Haverfordwest, Cardigan and Fishguard are a 20 minute drive away.
For more ideas on what to do see our “Things to do in Pembrokeshire” page
Westland West Campsite for larger groups
We also have a holiday chalet that sleeps five people. Therefore, your friends and family without a caravan, motorhome or tent can still be part of your group. See our Ty Pren Bach website.