Near Fishguard. Pembrokeshire SA65 9RE
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Reviews of Yet-Y-Gors Campsite & Fishery

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      When staying in the area looking for something to do we came across this site. We had no fishing gear with us, but for £18 we hired everything we needed... read more


      Lovely site . Stayed in a static next to fishing lakes. Excellent location for visiting beautiful beaches nearby. Excellent site for tourers. A few caravans and motorhomes visited while we... read more

    patrick w

      Very basic camping at top prices muddy water logged and over grown
    Owners dogs running every where
    Wouldn't recommend


    review rating 4  A beautiful spot to pull up your motorhome, the pitches are only a few metres from the lake. Basic facilities which are made up for by the lovely owners and their very friendly dogs who like to play fetch.

    thumb bedtimeat8 .

    review rating 5  This really is a place for rest and relaxation. The setting and the way its laid out, and the peace I felt from the moment I got there was just awesome. The caravan is comfortable and well stocked with everything you need. The showers hot and well maintained as are the grounds.The fishing is challenging but well stocked lakes gave us many hours of pleasure. Had some decent fish too.Hannah and Darren are a real pleasure to be around and will go out of their way to accommodate you. This is really one of those places you really want the holiday never to end.

    thumb Michael Olson

    review rating 5  Stayed here a few years ago, decided to give the fishing another go, as whilst difficult at time a great bit of sport. Couldn't have asked for more from Darren and Hannah terrific hosts, what an absolute pleasure it was, having the lakes to ourselves.

    thumb Paul Powell