Luxury Two-Person Camping Retreat in Heart of Nature in Pembrokeshire, WalesPembrokeshire, Wales (United Kingdom)
Luxury Two-Person Camping Retreat in Heart of Nature in Pembrokeshire, Wales
"Really special place. The tents, facilities and surrounding area are beautiful and well thought out. We had an amazing weekend!"
This luxury camping retreat in Pembrokeshire, Wales, sits in the heart of nature on two acres of land and surrounded by five acres of pretty woodland. This bell tent accommodates two people and newborns are also welcome. The tent overlooks a beautiful pond which guests can view from their own outdoor deck and comfy chairs. Inside, the tent is furnished with a double bed which comes with a 10.5 tog duvet, premium linens, and a cozy throw to keep warm. It also features a bespoke fabric print privacy screen and rustic log bedside tables.
Guests will find ample space to store their belongings and hang their clothes, as well as a basket to keep their outdoor gear. Guests will be provided with plush, soft towels along with blankets to use outside in front of the campfire. Included in the tent is a box of essential barbecue equipment, including a cast iron Dutch oven, a frying pan and sandwich maker, cooking utensils, vintage crockery, a hatchet, and complimentary coffee.
The property is accessible by car and provides room for parking in the woodland.
Each of the five-metre bell tents come with bespoke designed fabrics and cushions, and customized furniture to add a personal and luxurious touch.
Guests of the tents will have access to a kitchen, bathrooms, and a shower room. The rustic and homely kitchen is complete with everything that guests may need to rustle up a tasty dish, including a refrigerator, a kettle, a coffee machine, utensils, dishes, and fresh herbs. It also features concrete worktops, vintage crockery, and a dutch oven. The shower room is fitted with a 9.5k electric shower, a heated towel rail, and a vintage style toilet and sink. In the bathroom, guests will find two toilets, one with a full-size wash basin, as well as an additional toilet and wash basin in the shower room. The bathroom has toiletries and towels for guests to use throughout their stay.
Outdoors, guests can make use of the Dutch oven, hanging grill, and cast iron frying pan, where they can cook up some delicious food. They will also find a sandwich maker, fire gloves, saucepans, utensils, and a bag of marshmallows to toast over the fire for a cozy evening under the stars. Guests will be provided with firewood, kindling, and fire lighters if necessary, and can get additional firewood for an additional charge. Additionally, there is a barbecue for guests to use located under the pine trees.
- 1 Double bed
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Check-in: 04:00 PM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check-out: 11:00 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
Pets allowed additional charge
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Pembrokeshire, Wales (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Zip-lining on-site
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
Guests here are in the perfect spot, as they are conveniently situated within close proximity to a bundle of activities and attractions to enjoy. For a day at the beach, both the Broadhaven and Barafundle beaches are within a 20-minute drive where guests can enjoy a scenic walk or try out different watersport activities. Other worthwhile visits are the Pembroke Castle and the Carew Castle, both only five minutes by car from the property. For some stunning gardens and wildlife, guests should head to the Upton Castle and Gardens just two miles away or alternatively the Bosherton Lily Ponds at the Stackpole Estate situated just a 15-minute drive away.
For a day trip a little further away, guests can enjoy the idyllic village of Solva, just under 25 miles from the property. Here guests can visit the Solva Woolen Mill, ride on a sailboat, or wander around the interesting shops, cafes, and art galleries. A few miles further and guests can look around the beautiful St Davids Cathedral which also hosts a festival every year at the end of May, and go dolphin watching on the nearby coast, which is another popular attraction of St David's. Alternatively, Skomer Island is excellent for spotting puffins. Guests can go on a hike and take in some breathtaking scenery at the stunning Marloe Sands or the Preseli Mountains.
Just up the road guests can find lovely home-cooked food and buy delicious local produce and meats at the Nash Farm Shop & the Corn Mill Café. Additionally, the Brewery Inn is a fantastic spot for some delicious pub grub and also offers live music nights, charity pub quizzes, and barbecues in the summer months.