Here is a section showing frequently asked questions which may be useful when planning your visit to Morfa Farm.


1. Can we bring our dogs/pets.

Yes, Morfa Farm is a pet friendly location for those staying within the caravan park or campsite. For guests at the bunkhouse and cottage please contact the owners to discuss.

2. Can I pay with my credit/debit card.

At present, payment for staying at Morfa Farm is via cash or cheque. There is no chip and pin or ATM machine on site so guests are advised to arrive with enough cash for their stay. ATM machines can be located in neighbouring villages.

3. Do I need to bring my own linen?

Yes, guests staying within our caravans are advised to bring sheets and linen, blankets and pillows are provided. Those staying at our bunkhouse are advised to bring sleeping bags / duvets, or can hire them on arrival.

4. Are there shops nearby?

The site has its own shop stocking newspapers, ice’s, fishing tackle, calor gas, toys, groceries etc plus our own farm eggs. A well stocked petrol station / shop is located within the village of Llanrhystud a very short distance from Morfa Farm.

5. Can I use the slipway?

Our private slipway can be used by anyone staying at one of Morfa Farm’s accommodation. On supplying your boat insurance details you will be issued with an official slipway pass to be displayed on your boat/ vessel.

6. Do I need a permit to go fishing?

A rod licence is required for fishing within the River Wyre.

7. Are there places to go for food and drink in the area?

Ceredigion has some excellent places to eat and drink, our friendly staff can help advise where to go based on your budget and preferences.

8. Is the beach sandy?

The beach is sandy, however at high tide only the pebbled area of the beach is visible.

9. What are the transport links like?

Morfa Caravan Park is a 1-hour journey from Fishguard port. A ferry to and from Rosslare – Ireland leaves at regular intervals.

By car take the A487 from Aberystwyth towards Aberaeron. After passing through the village of Llanrhystud bear right at the petrol and service station and follow the left road leading to the beach. Morfa Farm caravan park is the last right turn before you reach the beach.

Buses – at intervals – pass between Aberystwyth and New Quay, providing a service covering many places of interest & beauty

10. Can I pay off my booking in instalments?

Payment plans are available subject to availability and at the discretion of the owners. Deposits are usually taken for caravan and cottage bookings.

11. Can I book the whole bunkhouse or a whole room?

Yes, sole occupancy and room rates are available and at discounted rates.

12. I plan on walking the Ceredigion Coast Path, do you offer a cab a bag service?

Yes, we can arrange for walkers bags to be ferried on to their next nights accommodation.

13. Is the site safe for children and people with disabilities?

The site is completely child friendly with many safeguards put in place. Likewise great efforts have been gone to in order to improve accessibility for people with disabilities which can be discussed by contacting [email protected]

14. Will my expensive kit be safe whilst staying at Morfa Farm?

Secure lock ups are available to guests.

15. Does it depend where I am staying on what things I can do onsite ?

General Morfa Farm amenities are available to all guests, including a site shop, games/snooker room, tennis court, private slipway, children’s play area and storage facilities.


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July 11th, 2020

Today Morfa has opened to Static Caravan Owners Only. We will provide a further update in due course regarding the opening of the site to self-contained touring caravans. Could all visitors to site familiarise themselves with the attached document:

Spring Opening

February 12th, 2020

We look forward to having everyone back for the season ahead. The site will be opening on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

For Sale – New Caravan

January 28th, 2018

New For Spring 2019 For further information or to book a viewing please call us.

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