Nicholaston Farm Camping & Caravan Site is a working family farm owned and operated by the Beynon family and has accommodated camping and touring caravans since the 1920’s. We offer pitches for caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents. In 2015 we added two new glamping tents for those customers that wish to camp in luxury. We offer electric hook up facilities for all caravans, campervans and motorhomes as well as a choice of with or without electric for tent pitches.
We have the facilities that you would expect on a modern campsite including our cafe and farm shop, secure charging facilities for your mobile devices, free Wi-Fi across the whole property, and a shower and toilet facility for our disabled guests. We are especially proud of our washroom facilities, particularly our new shower block which opened for the 2015 season. This houses plenty of free, clean and modern showers with under-floor heating, personal toilets and washrooms, a family toilet room, a washing-up area and large fridges and freezers purely for customer use, which are of course free. This is a unisex facility but, if you prefer, we have separate en-suite facilities for ladies and gentlemen in our block on the caravan field. This also houses our laundry room where you will find washing machines, tumble dryers and drying cabinets for your waterproof clothes and boots on those rare wet days we get from time-to-time!
We are delighted that TripAdvisor has recognised our consistently great reviews by awarding the site their Certificate of Excellence. Obviously, we are also delighted that our customers are pleased with what we offer and take the time and trouble to say so.
We are ideally located on the beautiful Gower Peninsula just off the main A4118 from Swansea, which is served by local buses running between Swansea and Rhossili Bay.
Gower was the first area of the UK to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956, and we are glad to say that it hasn’t changed much since. Nicholaston Farm is a great base to explore the rich and varied natural environment which is simply breathtaking. From wild moors and limestone cliffs to golden sands, Gower is a geological goldmine with inspiring landscapes. The area is a fantastic location for walkers with the Gower Coast Path passing our southern boundary, and the Gower Way just a few minutes uphill to the north. The beaches at Little Tor, Crawley and Oxwich are immediately below us, are only accessible on foot, and will take you only about 10 minutes to get there via Crawley Woods and the dunes. There you will always find plenty of space on 2 miles of stunning beach.