Secluded Bell Tent Surrounded by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales
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Outside, there is a fire bowl that guests can use to cook meals in one or two pots. Guests have access to a small fridge, as well. In the nearby field, there is a tap, while the toilet and shower are located in a separate facility. There is also a communal fire pit on the property guests can enjoy.
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
- Fire pit
All of the accommodations are self-catering.
This property also hosts courses and retreats. If interested in organizing a retreat here, further information and pricing will be provided by the host.
Location + Surroundings
- Water sports
Staying in Clynderwen opens glampers up to a variety of sights to see and activities to engage in. Set right in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, guests are just steps from seeing the many parts of the park. On the coast of Wales, guests can visit beaches to relax or swim the day away. Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a walking trail along the lovely coast that guests can explore.
Other popular destinations to visit are Llys Y Fran Country Park, Llawhaden Castle, and the Preseli Mountains.
Guests can visit nearby towns to taste the local cuisine, as the county of Pembrokeshire is known for its excellent food.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Linens are not provided, so guests can either bring their own or pay £6 per person for the property to provide linens.
The first basket of firewood provided is free, but there is a charge of £5 per basket or £8 per wheelbarrow-load after the first basket.
For accommodations with oil heating, there is a charge of £30 per week or £20 per short break. If guests prefer, the oil heating can be turned off, and they can use the wood-burning stove and electric heaters solely. (Oil heating is available from November through the end of April.) Electricity is £1.50 meters at cost.