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Castle Farm

Holidays

A Peaceful Child-Free Caravan Retreat.

Castle Farm offers a peaceful retreat nestling in the stunning Pembrokeshire countryside and situated midway between the county town of Haverfordwest and the stunning Newgale coastline.

Our caravans are modern and fully equipped for all your holiday needs with only five caravans on site in order to preserve the peaceful atmosphere – one of the main reasons our guests return year after year. (Some guests started visiting Castle Farm before Neil was even born!)

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1962

Castle Farm History

A tourer, a tree and a tap…

Neil’s parents, Hugh and Beatrice, bought Castle Farm in 1959 and embarked on setting up a milking herd with the cows they had received as a wedding gift from Neil’s grandparents. In 1962, and with the eldest two of their four children to provide for, Hugh and Beatrice thought it would be lovely for other people to experience beautiful Pembrokeshire, hence the first caravan came to Castle Farm.

A touring caravan was towed into place in the garden of the farmhouse, a tap was attached to the tree and they were ready for the first guests to arrive. In fact some of those guests still return to this day and remember visiting Beatrice in hospital when Neil was born. (Modern day guests will be pleased to know that all facilities are in the caravan and you don’t have to trek to the tree to clean your teeth!)

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2007

The Farm

Castle Farm is a 110 acre farm set in the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside. Since 2007, after we took the extremely tough decision to sell our herd of milking cows, we have focused on rearing beef cattle and grazing milking cows and youngstock for our neighbouring organic dairy farmer. We have converted the grassland to organic status to help our neighbour achieve his aim of producing a completely natural product.

Also on the farm is Wendy’s pride and joy – Stan (the horse) or to give him his competition name ‘Star of Gold’. When we are competing we are both on our best behaviour but when at home there’s nothing Stan likes more than going for nice long hacks around the quiet country lanes, hoping to meet walkers who he can mug for peppermints!

1962

Castle Farm History

2007

The Farm