Location

The Residential Dramatic Survival Kit course is located in Pembrokeshire, enjoying stunning views across the Irish Sea. The sun sets towards Pen Berry mountain resulting in some of the most incredible sunsets in the UK.

The residential will come to an end on a Friday, however we don't think you'll want to go home. If you would like to extend your stay you can book additional nights and activities such as surfing, coaststeering or kayaking with Celtic Camping directly. Feel free to contact us for tourist advice if this is something you and/or your family plans to do. 

Directions

By Car

We are just four miles north of St Davids and easy to find, we recommend taking a left turn at St Davids Rugby Club and follow the road for 3 miles. You will find us on the left, by the sea.
If coming from the Fishguard area, follow signs towards St Davids, taking the second right in the village of ‘Croes Goch’. Continue on this road to a left fork at the bottom of the hill. From this direction you will find us on your right….by the sea.

By Train

There are train services to Haverfordwest & Fishguard Stations from London, Cardiff and Swansea. Fishguard & Haverfordwest are well serviced by bus and taxi, to get you to site.

 

The venue

Ivy cottage sleeps up to 14 residents in two  bunk houses, one for boys and one for girls. There are modern bathroom facilities, a fully equipped kitchen and a social area.  Additional accommodation is available should it be required.

There is a private garden, which can be used for sport, sunbathing, relaxing and camp fires during free time. 

Ivy Cottage is part of a larger complex and is within walking distance to the Amphitheatre, our workshop area and the coast. 

Staff camp next to the bunkhouse and are available 24 hours a day to ensure students safety.

PWLL CAEROG FARM, BEREA, ST DAVIDS, PEMBROKESHIRE SA62 6DG