out & ABOUT
Strawhill Campsite is set in the tranquil village of Cwmfelin Boeth which is a perfect central location for people seeking different types of escape.
If you are looking for a day by the sea we are just under 10 miles from Pendine sands with its 7 miles of beach. Pendine beach best known for its famous land speed record where Malcolm Campbell reached speeds of 146 mph in September 1924. The car is on display in the museum next to the beach. If you prefer other beaches in West Wales we are 13 miles from Saundersfoot and 16 miles from Tenby which is a delightful walled harbour town. 11 beaches in Pembrokeshire are blue flag beaches.
If walking interests you guests are able to enjoy our 20 acre farm including a small woodland walkway. There is a public footpath running alongside the farm giving individuals a nice walk around the surrounding area plus other walkways including around the remains of the historical Whitland Abbey. For the more adventurous of walkers Pembrokeshire coastal path stretches for 186 miles.
For adventure days out with family we are again only a short drive from many tourist attractions ranging from
Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo - 12 miles
Oakwood Theme Park - 12 miles
Heatherton World of Activities - 15 miles
Manor Wildlife Park - 15 miles
Cwm Deri Vineyard - 15 miles
Dinosaur Park - 17 miles
Pembroke Castle - 21 miles
Please note booking is required before visiting any of these attractions
Due to COVID-19 many of the usual events have regrettably been cancelled this year however there is still plenty for you to see and do in the local area. If events are arranged we will update this section of our web page.
Whitland village just 2 miles away provides all you need for provisions and take away food options.
The village has a local co-operative store open 7am to 10pm seven days per week.
It hosts a Chinese takeaway, local fish and chip shop and kebab/pizza shop.
Should you need to visit any care services during your stay their is a GP practice, Dentist and pharmacy within the village.
We are surrounded by fabulous places to eat out, whether you want a simple pub lunch, a delightful afternoon tea or a spectacular dining experience.
Whitland has several public houses which serve food, the Station House, The Taf Hotel or the Fishers Arms, a little further is the Sporting Chance in Red Roses.
Whitland has a superb restaurant as you enter the village the Roadhouse Restaurant.
For afternoon tea Llety Cynin is located in the next village St Clears and services a variety of meals including afternoon tea.
For a finer dining experience a visit to the Grove of Narberth or the Coast at Coppet Hall are worth a visit.
COUNTRY AND COASTAL WALKS
A selection of country and coastal walks in Pembrokeshire include:
Llanddewi Velfery - 4.2km walk which lasts approx. 1 hour 30 minutes.
Llawhaden lookout - 2.75km walk which lasts approx. 1 hour.
In pickle wood - 6.6km walk which takes approx. 2 hours.
Lawrence wood and waterside - 4km walk which takes approx. 2 hours.
Mysteries of Feel Drygearn - 4.5km walk which lasts approx. 2 hours 30 minutes.
Poppit sands to coma's head - 7.5km walk which lasts approx. 3 hours 30 minutes.
Pentre Ifan - 3.25km walk which lasts apparel. 2 hours 30 minutes.
Stumble head - 10.5km walk which lasts approx. 3 hours 30 minutes.
Abereiddy and the blue lagoon - 1.6km walk which lasts approx. 1 hour.