Bridge Meadow

Bridge Meadow river pitch

Bridge Meadow river pitch

After spending a couple of hours in traffic on the M4 and local roads you will instantly relax and cool down when you arrive at Bridge Meadow.

Stop and listen to the peace and quiet of the countryside with the bubbling of the Cresswell river as it meanders its way around the southern side of the field.

Take your shoes off and let the soft grass tickle the bottom of your feet.  This is a working farm and we like to keep the grass a little longer than most manicured campsites.

Bridge Meadow – A field of Meadow Flowers

If you come in the spring and early summer you will find the centre of the field 2-foot-high with spring meadow flowers and grasses.  Remember the days when you ran as a child through spring meadows and hunted in the woods where the bluebells grew.

Look out for Corn Poppy, Meadow Buttercup, Musk Mallow, Salad Burnet, Sheeps Fescue, White Campion, and many more varieties that are local to Pembrokeshire.

In July we will mow the meadow grass for hay, and the whole field becomes available to pitch your tent or caravan.

Please note there are no hook-ups in the centre of the field or along the western edge of the pasture.

Setting up your pitch

Space is something you will have lots of.  We have a few restrictions on the hook ups but you will find plenty of room if you do not need electricity.

Set up your camp and get the BBQ out. Gather the family around and settle down to an evening of calm relaxation with the sound of the Welsh countryside.

Bridge Meadow ariel photo

Bridge Meadow from the air… Space to spread out

Bridge Meadow is one of my favourite spots on the farm.  In the evening, we like to sit in the south-eastern corner of the field by the turn in the river and watch the kingfishers dive for small trout and dippers sitting on the banks of the river. When the tides in, Mullet can be seen so closely you could reach your hand out and touch them.

For mum and dad there is a great pub called the Cresselly Arms only 400 yards into the village of Creswell Quay.  You will probably have passed it when you drove into the village.

Relax with a pint of real ale and watch the world go by in this picturesque Pembrokeshire village.  Look down the river as cormorants fish for their supper and children catch crabs at the quayside.  

Making the most of your stay.

Bridge Meadow has 6 electrical hook-ups for those who want to run 240 volt appliances in their caravans and campers.  Charge your batteries and the ones in the van by booking in advance.

Book a pitch in Bridge Meadow

Cresswell Barn Farm campsite booking is straight forward.  Stay for one night or 2 weeks from £27 per night including many facilities from hot showers, fresh water, a farm shop and don’t forget a good night sleep in the country. 

What’s available at Creswell Barn Farm Campsite

Pitches – 4-acre field plus 2-acre field 15
Hook-ups 6
Hot Showers  Yes
Toilets Yes
Fresh water  Yes
Wash up area Yes
Black waste disposal Yes
Waste disposal Yes
Recycling Yes
Drying room  Yes
Fridge Freezer  Yes
Farm shop – seasonal farm fare Yes
Free range children Welcome
Tents Welcome
Campervans Welcome
Caravans Welcome
Motor Homes Welcome
Well behaved Dogs Welcome
Peace and quiet Yes
Riverside pitches – booking required  Yes
Walks Yes
Local pub Yes
Good location for touring Pembrokeshire  Yes
Fire pits for hire   Yes

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Cresswell Barn Farm is a Certificated Camping and Caravan Club Campsite.

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Bridge Meadow at Cresswell Barn Farm Campsite is a Camping and Caravan Club Certified Site