Our Campsite

Coedmor is well situated to get the most out of your time in West Wales. The site itself borders on the Coedmor National Nature Reserve, and is a short distance away from the River Teifi - making it an ideal place for a getaway enveloped in nature, You might be lucky to see owls, woodpeckers, red kites, or badgers during your stay.

The large pitch sizes mean that there's more than enough room for families, with the designated parking area, enabling children and adults to run around and have fun safely. The meadow location, with no light pollution makes it a perfect for stargazers to view annual events such as The Perseids Meteor Shower.  Coedmor is a great place for walkers too; there are numerous walks around the local area, and plenty within a stone's throw of the site!

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Pitches

We have ten tent pitches, along with four bell tent in our spacious meadow, right next to the Coedmor National Nature Reserve. Each bell tent pitch has its own dedicated campfire area, perfect for relaxing after a long day on the beach and ideal for a family-sized barbecue!

Facilities

We have all your essential facilities here at Coedmor - portaloos, a solar shower, running water and recycling. There's also a solar-powered USB charging point for your phones and gadgets, and ice-pack freezing available. You can also arrange to have clothing washed at the local laundrette, should your adventures take you off the beaten path.

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The Local Area

Coedmor Camping is perfectly placed to enjoy the best of what West Wales can offer you. The Coedmor National Nature Reserve is right on the doorstep, as is the River Teifi, so there's no shortage of flora and fauna to see. Cardigan is less than a ten minutes' drive away, with shops aplenty, you can stock up or buy something special in no time.