Rhosson Ganol caravan and camping site is run by David Griffiths and his wife Kate and David's father Henry. David and Kate have three children.
Tent-ready pitches set in a stunningly scenic location overlooking Ramsey Sound, St Davids part of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast.
There's a wealth of coastal adventures on offer in and around St Davids, including coasteering, climbing and sea kayaking all within walking distance.
Beautiful, clean and quiet.
Great location for the Wales Coast Path. Just fabulous. Feels like home – a very special home!
A wonderful place to stay …
Beautiful part of the country and excellent facilities, a wonderful place to stay.
We had an absolutely fab time!
Popped by on the off chance we could get a pitch for a couple of nights as part of our Welsh coast road trip. We had an absolutely fab time! Henry was so helpful. Pitch was perfect, with electric hook up, showers and toilets clean, plus easy access to coastal paths….. Will defo be coming back again. Andy and Charlene
We just keep going back!
We just keep going back. If you like a field, a tap and the most beautiful views when you walk to the loos and showers here it is.
A good for the soul place.
Rhosson Ganol caravan and camping site is run by David Griffiths and his wife Kate and David's father Henry. David and Kate have three children, Elin, Lili and Ioan.
The Griffiths family have farmed Rhosson Ganol since 1882 when David's Great Grandfather John Griffiths took on the tenancy at the age of 24 after working on Ramsey Island. David's Grand Parents Ivor and Ivy Griffiths bought the two farms Rhosson Isaf and Rhosson Ganol in 1936/1948 and opened up a field for camping in 1951.
David's Father Henry got planing permission for the static caravan site in 1961. Rhosson Ganol is a working farm and has a suckler beef herd of Limousin and Hereford cattle.
Take a look at our latest pictures from the campsite and St Davids!