If you’re travelling from afar, please consider one of the following accommodation providers for your stay. You will find links below to exceptional places that cater for groups of all sizes. Simply follow the link and book your stay during your surf holiday.
With 3 bunk barns accommodating up to 122 people, St Davids Bunk Barns offer the best setting with the best views for the best value.
Situated on a working farm in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With direct access to the Coast Path and beach and within easy walking distance to the centre of St Davids your group can enjoy the local amenities and all the activities that are on offer here in Pembrokeshire.
Stunning sea views can be enjoyed from the barns and they have plenty of space on the farm to accommodate your group.
Tel: 01437 720978
Come and stay at The Old Granary holiday cottage, Holiday caravan, Caravan & Motorhome Club Certificated Location, and Campsite. All with spectacular sea views and a short walk to the beach.
Shortlands Farm is Pembrokeshire’s best kept secret for holidays in Wales.
Tel: 01437 78 1234
Celtic Camping specialise in Bunkhouses, Camping, Glamping and Group Accommodation in a stunning West Wales coastal location of Pembrokeshire, near St Davids.
In addition to the campsite and camping, Celtic Camping’s accommodation has a few different styles, which provides them with the flexibility to meet your groups needs. From individual self-contained bunkhouses to larger dormitory buildings. They also have 2 commercial kitchens (both ranked 5 star for hygiene), large dining halls, stage barn, outdoor amphitheatre, lots of toilets, hot showers and a conference room.
Tel: 01348 837405
Wonderfully secluded, surrounded by 22 acres of private grounds, yet only 4 miles from the Blue Flag beach of Newgale Sands and within easy reach of Pembrokeshire’s main attractions, the location is brilliant.
Asheston Eco Barns provide luxury holiday cottages in the unspoilt heart of Pembrokeshire. Everything, from the chilled wine and local produce hamper on arrival through to the underfloor heating, swish bathrooms and log burners brings you a 5-star Pembrokeshire holiday like no other.
You’ll find underground geothermal heat pumps, solar hot water systems, and more besides. Typically 85% of your energy needs are generated right at the site.
Nestled up in the valley looking down on beautiful St Brides Bay and the surf of Newgale beach, peacefully tucked away along the prettiest stone lined drive you’ll find Pantier – a beautiful old farmhouse, outbuildings, and detached barn, “The Coach House” and old milking parlour “The Dairy“, all sit on a stunning site in the Pembrokeshire National Park with flemish roots that date back to 1650.