I stayed at the rather lovely Trevayne Farm campsite which had private access to Monkstone beach. You can only reach it via a short walk through the farm or along the coastal path, there is no car access. We had the place to ourselves in the evening and it was far more quiet than Tenby and Saundersfoot which were nearby.
It was so warm that I ditched my black tights for the first time in months, got my pastey legs out and even swam in the sea.
It was a little too hot to walk along the national trail without flaking out but we managed to walk around the site and explore a little bit of the coast close to Trevayne.
There were lovely views of Tenby and Saundersfoot from out site.
I've never been too keen on camping (bad Duke of Edinburgh and festival experiences) but I will definitely be returning to this site. The facilities were clean and I really enjoyed not having an electric hookup for our tent and no wi-fi. I managed to read a couple of books whilst I was away and just relax without constantly checking my phone or worrying about the outside world.
I've got plenty more photos of my holiday to share with you including my trips to Caldey Island and St David's so keep an eye out for those next week.
Are you a fan of staying in the UK for your holidays or do you dream of something a little more exotic?