Latest Covid-19 Update 7 April 2021
We are happy to confirm that from Monday 12th April we will be able to accept self contained units from England as well as Wales.
Self contained units are classed as holiday caravans, touring caravans (including seasonal), motorhomes and campervans where they have their own on-board shower, WC and kitchen facilities.
Unfortunately under current Welsh Government regulations all shared facilities, aside from water and disposal points will remain closed including toilets, shower blocks and laundry.
Accommodation can only be used by members of the same household and their support bubble.’
Outdoor hospitality in Wales will not reopen until 26 April and we will probably not learn until 17th May whether Welsh Government will enable ‘indoor hospitality and remaining visitor accommodation to reopen in advance of the Spring Bank Holiday at the end of May. That remaining visitor accommodation would include tent camping and the use of wash blocks.
With this in mind we are accepting bookings for all types of units for May Half Term and for the summer holidays in the hope that we will be able to open the facilities and accept tents before then. Pitches are booking fast though so please don’t delay booking.
Thank you all once again for all of your patience and understanding. It is, as always, much appreciated.
We try to answer emails as soon as we can but as a working farm it's often late in the evening before we do, so we advise telephoning us to check on availability.
Please check back here regularly and/or on our Facebook Page as the current advice and information may change
Welcome to your 2021 holiday!
We provide caravanning and camping at its best, surrounded by nature at its best. Ideal for family holidays and a haven for walkers, botanists and bird watchers. We welcome back visitors year after year so it's great to see familiar faces as well as new ones to this beautiful part of the world!We provide a simple style family run site on a working dairy farm. This large level site offers plenty of space and a quiet tranquil and peaceful place for your holiday.
Perfect for families, with numbered perimeter pitches most with 10amp electric hook-ups, and with the area in front left free, means there’s lots of space to play.
The Sustrans Route 4 Celtic Trail, part of the National Cycle Network passes right by Hendre Eynon. The Puffin Shuttle bus also passes by, allowing easy access to the coastal path further up the coast
"Hendre Eynon has seen 3 generations of family coming to the site every year since the mid 70's! A beautiful part of the world. It's home from home, and great to see familiar faces year after year. Love it!"
Bookings and Payment
We are currently only taking direct bookings via telephone and email
Tel. 01437 720 474 or email us
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