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/// Campsites in Lampeter

Camping in Lampeter

Lampeter is a town in Ceredigion, South West Wales, lying at the confluence of the River Teifi and the Afon Dulas.

The earliest reference to Lampeter is believed to be 1187, when Owain Gwynedd destroyed the King's castle of Pont Steffan (Stephen's Bridge in English). The remains of this castle later became the foundations for C. R. Cockerell's college building, and still form part of the university campus.

Lampeter and its surroundings are home to a theatre, a museum and a number of locally-owned shops rather than national chain stores.

Although Lampeter is in the heart of rural Ceredigion it has a reasonable bus service to the larger towns of Carmarthen and Aberystwyth.

Denmark Farm Eco Campsite

Open April To October | 10 Pitches

Denmark farm provides space for eco-camping set in a wonderful, wildlife-rich 40-acre nature reserve. The camp site is situated on a gently sloping meadow next to woodland and, with almost no light pollution, the stars are amazing.

View Denmark Farm Eco Campsite

Teifi Meadows is a small unspoilt family friendly campsite in a secluded setting in the heart of the Ceredigion countryside near to the River Teifi and the backdrop of the Cambrian Mountains.

View Teifi Meadows Caravan And Camping Park

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