Wednesday, 17 September 2014

www.camping-and-caravanning.co.uk Dolbryn Farm Camp Site, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire

Dolbryn Farm Camp Site is a quiet secluded site just under two miles from the small market town of Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire situated on the river Teifi just 20/30 minutes from a selection of beaches.

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The camp site itself is set in a peaceful valley with a running stream, mature trees and ponds with an abundance of wild life. The hedgerows are full of wild flowers, fruit and birds. A perfect place to stroll around the grounds taking in the vineyard and admire the views.

The camp site also offers 3 cosy camping pods, these are situated in Pine Corner close to a drinking tap. Set on their own pitch, part grass and part gravel, with a BBQ area and sturdy picnic table. This makes a calm and comfortable place for al fresco eating and relaxing. Modern, warm showers and toilets/ family room with pot washing area, laundry and fridge/freezer are all just a short walk away.

We are very lucky at Dolbryn campsite to have so much land reserved for the animals and wild life. Keen bird watchers have spotted up to 42 different species in and around the site. The area is also known to have foxes, otters, rabbits and loads of pond life.

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