Entrance to Terfyn Mawr Certificated Location

The site

Terfyn Mawr CL is open all year round. The site entrance is wide and easy to navigate, the approach to the field is wide and the whole site is level and firm. We can accommodate vans up to 9m in length.

Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead as sheep surround the campsite. A dog walk is available on site.

Free access to wi-fi is provided and electric hook-up (£5 per night) may be available on request.

Terfyn Mawr Certificated Location field

The field

The maximum number of caravans or motorhomes allowed on site at any one time is five, so there is plenty of space between pitches.

All pitches have uninterrupted views over the hills of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

Because of the location, the field enjoys peace and quite and a great opportunity for stargazing - weather permitting..

Terfyn Mawr CL shower room

Shower room

Just a short walk down a path from the field, guests staying at Terfyn Mawr CL have use of a dedicated, warm and spacious shower room.

The shower room is equuipped with a quadrant shower cabin with thermostatic shower, a pedestal basin and toilet.

Toilet emptying facility at Terfyn Mawr CL

Waste emptying point

Facilities are provided for emptying both grey water and toilette cassettes.

As we are not connected to mains drainage, to keep the septic tank and healthy, we ask you to use 'green' non-chemical fluid in flush tanks and toilet cassettes.

Terfyn Mawr Certificated Location field

Room to breathe

At Terfyn Mawr, we want our guests to feel that they are not crowded in.

All five pitches are along the eastern boundary fence line with plenty of space between them for you to relax in and with no other vans spoiling the view.

Sunset, as seen from Terfyn Mawr Certificated Location field

Evening calm

The Terfyn Mawr CL sits high up in the Carmerthenshire hills and enjoys stunning views across the hills to the sea. This is definitely big sky country!

What better way to end the day than to crack open a bottle of wine, or a couple of beers, and watch the sun setting?