2019 Daily Tariff

2019 Trevayne Farm Caravan & Camping Park Prices

Low Season
Mid Season
01/04/18-07/04/18 02/05/18-26/05/18 05/09/18-22/09/18
High Season
07/04/18-02/05/18 26/05/18-05/09/18
High £ Mid £ Low £
Monkstone Field: Tourer/Motorhome/Campervan £28 £24 £26 £22 £24 £20
Tenby Field: Campervan N/A £22 N/A £20 N/A £18
Tenby Field: Tent: Per Adult (Ages 16+) N/A £9 N/A £8 N/A £7
Tenby Field: Tent: Per Child (Ages 4-16) N/A £5 N/A £4 N/A £3
Extras: Extra Car £5 £5 Free Free Free Free
Gazebo/Pup Tent £5 £5 Free Free Free Free


Important Rules

Please note that all prices for the 2018 season include, awning for Monkstone Pitches, one car and VAT

  • Please note that we do not take group bookings.
  • No bookings for over 3 adults per party.
  • Be respectful to your neighbours at all times.
  • Drive very slowly when on the park.
  • Any poor behaviour or language will not be tolerated.
  • Dogs must be kept on a lead and cleaned up after them at all times.
  • Noise must be kept to a minimum between 10.00pm-8am.
  • Pitch numbers are non negotiable.
  • Children under 3 are free.
  • Dogs are free all season.
  • We require a £40 non refundable deposit at the time of booking.
  • We take Saturday to Saturday bookings only in Monkstone Field during High Season.
  • Adults are classified as 17+
  • Caravans & Motorhomes are for 2 adults & 2 children inclusive, if any extras then please add on.
  • Trailer Tents are classified as Tents.
  • Strictly no tents in Monkstone field.
  • Hard-standing pitches are available in Monkstone field.
  • No Motorhomes in Tenby field, small campervans are allowed.
  • We do not allow generators to be used at Trevayne.

Arrival time is strictly from 12 noon & departures are by 11am.

View our site map here.

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.