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Monkstone Beach

Without doubt one of the best beaches in the county. Reached via a short walk through the farm or along the PCNPCT..(which was officially opened here in 1970). The views from and around the beach are breath taking what ever time of year. Great for the whole family with plenty of sand for games, rock pools to explore or mellow surf to play in. The beach is also renowned for its excellent fishing and foraging. Highly regarded amongst bass fishermen you will also often see spear fishermen and fishermen looking for a catch or haul.

Inaccessible by vehicle it is not uncommon to have the place entirely to yourself, particularly outside of the school holidays. In the winter Atlantic swells can throw up good surf from autumn through to spring. For bird watchers dont forget the binos as there are some real gems nesting on the cliff tops for you to spot.


Our History

The Reed family have been farming Trevayne since the 1930s. The first campers, the Hanns family, would pitch up for the summer around a similar time in the now named Hanns field. A place they treasured for years. There is a common trend with many visitors to the farm in that they and their families have been coming here for generations something the Reed family value greatly and adds to a great community of familiar friendly faces throughout the year.

With a young energetic team in place and new farming techniques now being used at the farm there are some really interesting changes and improvements taking place. The team are committed to improving and enhancing the farm, facilities, produce and ecology in a natural way, encouraging you to access and enjoy a hidden Pembrokeshire gem. We encourage you to explore this website and related blogs to learn more about Trevayne and whats been going on.