West Hook Farm camping is run by the Thomas family. It is a small, family friendly campsite in Pembrokeshire, situated on the Marloes Peninsula, with great sea views across St Brides Bay and direct access onto the coastal path for walking.
The clean basic facilities consist of 8 communal toilets with wash hand basins, 3 showers that work on 50 pence coins (the shower lasts approximately 4 to 5 minutes). There are also 3 washing up sinks with hot water available from 7.00am to 10.00am and also 6.00pm to 10.00pm plus a chemical toilet disposal point.
The site does not have electric hook-ups, but we are more than happy to recharge any type of batteries from car to phone with a charge of 50 pence. We are also a Calor and camping gas stockist.
Our campsite can cater for all, whether you are just passing through for a single overnight stay or want to camp with us for a week or more.
There is no need to book, particulary if you are just camping for one night or more. Please see our FAQ Page
The site has 30 pitches which are set out over 4 acres of land, plus an additional field is made available at busy times. There is between 6 and 18 metres between pitches depending on position. Some pitches are on a gentle north facing slope. See camping prices.
The gates to the site are closed at 10.00pm each night. Campers arriving after that time can go to the late arrivals field so that people already on site are not disturbed. The gates are re-opened by 7.00am.
We do allow dogs on site providing they are kept under control and the owners clean up after them.
The Thomas family are big on recycling. There are separate bins for plastic bottles, newspapers and magazines, tins and cans and glass bottles and jars. There is a compost heap for any peelings and organic waste.
A dry and sheltered place that contains a number of tables and chairs and is available to use on wet and and windy days.
The barn also contains a number of fridges and freezers for all campers to use. Perfect for keeping your food fresh and your ice packs frozen.
Look out for the swallows nesting in the roof timbers of the barn. They can sometimes be seen flitting in and out of the door during the summer months.