Enchanting Bell Tent at a Luxury Camping Site on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, WalesPembroke, Wales (United Kingdom)
Enchanting Bell Tent at a Luxury Camping Site on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Wales
This enchanting bell tent is located at a glamping site on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Wales, and can accommodate eight guests for a luxury camping getaway that combines the tranquility of the countryside with the comforts of glamping and convenient access to a variety of beaches, trails, natural settings, and outdoor activity options.
Measuring six meters in diameter, the spacious interior of the tent is furnished with vintage furniture, an array of rugs, ample cushions, hand-printed bunting, and eight twin beds, all of which come replete with allergenic, orthopedic mattresses, crisp linens, cozy duvets, extra blankets, and plenty of pillows. Inside and outside, the tent is charmingly illuminated by a mixture of solar and candle lanterns, chandeliers, and fairy lights. The tent is made out of high-quality canvas and features a zipped-in groundsheet, which allows guests to keep out insects while still letting in the fresh air on hot summer days.
Outside, guests will find a private lawn with a campfire circle for roasting marshmallows, garden furniture for outdoor dining, and a covered camp kitchen for preparing meals in the open air. The kitchen is equipped with a four-ring gas hob, a sink with hot and cold running water, and a set of pans and other necessities, including a French press. Next to the kitchen, guests will find a full, off-grid bathroom with a compost toilet and a shower with hot water. Each of the site's bell tents has its own private kitchen/bathroom block situated right next to it, so guests will not have to go on a trek to reach it or share it with anyone else, as they might at other sites.
The tent also comes with old-fashioned wicker picnic hampers, which are provisioned with plates, bowls, mugs, glasses, cutlery, a bottle opener, and a cooler bag. Other amenities include a starter supply of marshmallows and instant-light charcoal; a welcome pack of tea, sugar, and freshly ground coffee; basic such as salt and pepper, washing-up liquid, and toilet paper; and thoughtful extras such as a candle snuffer, a wind-up torch, and a marshmallow toasting fork. Hand towels are provided; guests will need only to bring their own bathing and swimming towels.
At the site, guests will also find shared lawns for garden games, a driftwood swing, a ground-level trampoline, an enclosed nine-acre meadow in which dogs can play, ample parking space, a reception barn with Wi-Fi, a refrigerator/freezer, outlets for charging phones, and a collection of guidebooks, board games, beach toys, and garden game equipment.
The particular bell tent pictured here is nestled in the site's secluded, sunlit copse, from which guests will enjoy south-facing views that extend to the Bristol Channel and all the way out to Lundy Island on clear days. The site has four other tents, all of which are similar, differing only in minor details such as rugs, cushions, and orientations. Three of the tents are set in the copse, while the other two are situated in the site's sunny meadow. A specific tent will be assigned to guests a few days before their arrival, taking into account weather conditions such as wind direction to ensure the best possible stay.
At the glamping site, guests will enjoy access to a variety of shared facilities, which include a reception barn, lawns, and a fully-enclosed meadow. At the reception barn, guests will find Wi-Fi, a refrigerator/freezer, outlets for charging their phones, and a collection of guidebooks, board games, beach toys, and equipment for garden games, which guests can play on the site's shared lawns. One of the lawns also boasts a driftwood swing and a ground-level trampoline. The fully-enclosed meadow is well-suited for dogs, providing them with nine acres of open space in which to play and exercise.
The site has plenty of parking space for cars, vans, and campervans. The parking area is 30 to 80 meters away from the accommodation (depending on the unit), with an offloading area closer by and a garden cart available for helping transport supplies. An outdoor bicycle storage area is available as well.
Sheets, pillows, pillowcases, and hand towels are provided. Guests will need to bring their own bathing and swimming towels. Guests should also bear in mind that cellphone reception is limited and that Wi-Fi cannot be guaranteed, given the remote location.
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Cooking basics
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Check-in: 05:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The bell tents of this site are pet-friendly and child-friendly.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Pembroke, Wales (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Scuba diving
- Wildlife watching
Guests can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in the surrounding Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, both on land and on water. On land, guests can go nature walking and hiking on the park's 200 circular walks and 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path, horseback riding and biking on the Castlemartin Range Trail, and climbing on the limestone cliffs of Castlemartin Range East and West.
For biking, guests can bring their own bicycles, with outdoor storage available on-site, or they can rent them from Tenby Cycles and Pembrokeshire Bikes, which offers a delivery service. In addition to the trail mentioned above, the stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path that runs past the site is open to cyclists, as are a variety of nearby country roads and other cycle paths.
On the water, guests can enjoy swimming, kayaking, surfing, windsurfing, diving, and sea fishing at the nearby beaches and coastal waters of Freshwater West, Stackpole Quay, Broad Haven South, Flimston, and Barafundle Bay. Along the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire, guests can also go coasteering, which is a mixture of swimming, climbing, canyoning, rock scrambling abseiling/ rappelling, jumping, and diving. Guided coasteering adventures are available from Coasteering Wales.