Back in October 1991 Ian & Judy Griffiths became the first tenants for the National Trust on their newly acquired working farm called ‘Pwll Caerog’. Pwll Caerogs’ stunning coastal location with views across the sea gave Ian & Judy the idea to share this wonder by opening up their home as a B&B in the summer of 1992. Soon after a campsite opened and Celtic Camping was soon established . The business has organically grown since the beginning. The available facilities have been developed and added to so as to offer guests a wide variety of amenities. Then building work started to transform most of the outbuildings into the self contained Bunkhouses and Group Accommodation that are here today.
Celtic Camping is still very much a working farm with grazing cattle, a logs business (local & sustainable logs only) and a variety of crops such as malting barley and potatoes. We have a keen interest in environmental issues and an ethos of sustainability. You will see various schemes in action, such as the solar panels on roofs and we have a number of aspirations for Biomass energy, Magnificent Meadows (via National Trust scheme supporting Land, Outdoors & Nature) and re-using the recycled items.
Here at Celtic Camping we are well known for our Croeso cynnes, a warm welcome, lle i bawb which is a place for everyone. We offer relaxed camping, lovely camp fires, simple bunkhouses and popular group accommodation for teams, schools, colleges and friends. Locally Celtic Camping is a firm favourite for events, we hold several charity parties, weddings, music festivals, mud runs, clay shoots every year and lots of folk pop by for a Welsh Cake & cuppa.
We are confident that we can accommodate your needs so please give us a call to discuss further. Facilities include ample clean and tidy toilet & shower facilities, commercial kitchens, communal dining hall for indoor cooking & eating, fridges, freezers, microwaves, boiling water stations, indoor & outdoor washing up stations, laundry facilities and WIFI.
Meet Jack and Thor, our two resident German Shepherd dogs. You’ll more than likely be greeted by these two when you arrive, and they love nothing more than saying hello to our guests and having a good fuss. They’re happy to play with other dogs and make friends with all of our guests who stay with us. The whole of our Campsite is dog friendly – please note; dogs are not normally allowed in our accommodation, exceptions may be made for guide dogs and specialist carer dogs – please phone for more information.