Froghall Storage

Lower Froghall Farm Camping & Caravan Site in Pembrokeshire - Certified Site

A warm welcome awaits you at Froghall, on our secluded, family-run caravan site in Pembrokeshire.

Nestled in the beautiful rural countryside, Froghall provides a great base for anyone looking for a peaceful, relaxing break. It’s the perfect setting to escape from the demands and stresses of modern-day life. 

Conveniently located in the heart of Pembrokeshire, just 6 miles from Haverfordwest and 9 miles from the Preseli Mountains, Froghall is an ideal location to explore all that our magnificent county has to offer. With beaches and the National Park within easy access in any direction, you will find yourself spoilt for choice for things to see and do.

Caravans at Froghall
The bridleway

Our campsite is near the edge of a woodland, where you can enjoy an idyllic walk along a bridleway. If you walk far enough to Walton East, you can join a footpath that will take you to Llys-Y-Fran Country Park & Reservoir. This is a very popular attraction, 5.6 miles away by car.

By the time you walk just a mile down the road, you will find Scolton Manor Country Park. We recommend you indulge in their charming tea rooms for a lovely day out. Nearby, in the village of Spittal, food is available from the local pub ‘The Pump on the Green’.

Overlooking a wonderful lawned setting, our pitches are generously sized and create a perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind. We are told it makes our caravan site in Pembrokeshire stand out from the rest, as we’re not trying to pack people in like sardines! For this reason, amongst others, we receive lots of positive feedback.

Pitches Available:

– Open all year

– Spacious pitches

– Hardstanding, fully serviced level pitches

  • Electric hook-up
  • Water point
  • Drainage

– Grass pitches

  • With electric hook-up

– Grass only pitches

  • Without electric hook-up
Back of caravans

Site Features:

– Hideaway site

– Located in the heart of Pembrokeshire

– Quiet, rural location

– Family friendly

  • Perfect mix of relaxation and adventure, with an abundance of open space and woodland
  • Your child’s imagination will take them on an adventure to cherish

– Dog friendly

– Recycling

– Chemical toilet disposal

– Bridleway, woodland walk

– Store & Stay – click here for storage information

There's plenty to see and do from our centrally located caravan site in Pembrokeshire...

Pembrokeshire National Park has a breathtaking coastline, with 52 beaches and 186 miles of coastal path. This trail meanders its way through amazing landscapes, awesome scenery, wildlife and new experiences at every turn. Full of heritage and history, castles, historic places and ancient sites, every step of the way will have you awe-struck.

Travelling the coastal road from North to South, we highlight some of our favourites below.

West Coast…

Firstly, leaving from the idyllic town and beach of Newport, you will encounter Fishguard with its Ferry Port. Passing numerous beaches as you go, you will reach the tiny harbour village of Porthgain. Though small, this village has undeniable charm, with a couple of lovely places to eat. 

Further along the coast is Abereiddy beach, although this area is famous for the amazing Blue Lagoon. A former quarry, this stunning lagoon is now used for coasteering and Red Bull Cliff Diving. Next, it’s onto Whitesands Bay, boasting untamed and windswept beaches. Your journey of discovery will then lead you to St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, and its magnificent cathedral.

As you work your way down the west coast, you should stop and browse at the picturesque harbour village of Solva. After that, continue until you reach the surfer’s paradise of Newgale, an enormous beach, almost 2 miles long.  Follow the coastal road to Nolton Haven, which is a small, fairly sheltered cove, with plenty of rock pools. Go onwards past Druidston and the Teletubby house, towards Broad Haven.

South Coast…

Next is Little Haven, an old fishing village, with a good deal of charm and character.  Continuing southwards, you might stop at Martin’s Haven, popular with divers. In the distance, you will see the famous puffin-inhabited Skomer Island. After passing Marloes, you will be led to the sheltered bay of Dale, which is a water sport enthusiasts paradise.

Head in the direction of Milford Haven and then on to Neyland Marina, where you can enjoy a lovely day out on the Brunel Trail. This shared-use path hosts cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users.  

Next go over the Cleddau Bridge, south towards Pembroke and its majestic castle, the birthplace of Henry VII.  Follow the coast round to Freshwater West, which has featured in films such as Harry Potter, and Robin Hood.  It’s important to point out that this beach is only for the strong and experienced swimmer.

Make your way to Bosherston Lily Ponds (National Trust), a pleasant walk, that passes by Broad Haven South beach.  Continue on to St Govan’s where you will find St Govan’s Chapel, an absolute gem, tucked into the cliffs. However, this is accessible for the physically able only.

Work your way along the south coast to Stackpole Quay (National Trust). It’s a short cliff walk to Barafundle bay, voted many times as one of the best beaches in Britain. Indeed, the world! 

A few miles further along, you will come to the famous, colourful town and harbour of Tenby. Next, Saundersfoot and Wisemans Bridge. You can walk between the two via ‘The Dramway’. 

Where will your journey take you?

There’s plenty of things to do and see in Pembrokeshire away from the coast as well. Not only spectacular castles and history, but action rides with your family at an adventure or theme park. For the walkers, you can stride into the heather-brushed moors of the Preseli Mountains in search of ancient hill forts and standing stones.

Pembrokeshire has lots of lovely towns and villages which are well worth the visit. For example, Narberth, a lovely market town full of small independent shops, providing an outlet for many local artists and craftspeople. Choose from a wide variety of eateries there, from tapas to fine dining.

If you’re looking for a family fun day out you will be spoilt for choice, with the various attractions throughout the county.  Near to us you’ll find Picton Castle, Wood Park Off Road 4X4, Clerkenhill Adventure Farm, Hanger 5 Trampoline Park, Sealyham Activity Centre and Castell Henllys.

All things considered, you’ll be spoilt for choice for things to discover, inspire and enjoy during your stay, whatever your interests.  The great outdoors awaits, from the serene to the extreme. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Froghall, at any time of the year.

Neil & Debbie

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