- Refurbishment has introduced a double bed, kitchenette and private toilet. Also own shower on site. Note not providing bed linen due to CoVid19.
- Off grid living with wood burner, solar lights and tea lights
- Tailgate deck with views of the garden and the Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park
The Owner Says
New for 2017, is our horse lorry conversion, 'Rumenco'. This self-contained unit, which sleeps two, is private from the main camping field and accessed via an ancient bluebell wooded lane. The old horsebox retains many original features but has been made comfortable for campers with a double bed and carpets in the rear part of the cab along with a double glazed window and its own raised "tail gate" deck over looking the lower organic veg garden, wild meadows, grassland fields of sheep and cows and the Preseli hills.
The driver's cab, has been refurbished, and features its own WC and a kitchenette area with a two-ring gas hob and sink. A wood burner, solar lighting and tea lights help to create ambiance and, along with the remaining original features, help recall its past equestrian use and give it a gypsy or canal boat feel. It offers a magical escape for the would-be equestrian, or a romantic break set in a private wildlife area.
Additional facilities include:
A porch area for storage, footwear/wet coats
Access from the woodland bark path, to the covered stairs (no need to clamber in to the cab!)
A fire pit and outdoor seating area, for summer or winter evenings around the fire over looking the Preselis and big clear night skies.
Basic bedding, kitchen items, and first lot of logs, tea lights included
A hot water shower for use of horse lorry only, with the campsite having own seasonal facilities
Features & FacilitiesCampfires allowed at site owners’ discretion. Ten pitches, one hook up; ‘eco-cabin’ sleeps up to five people with wood burner and open plan sleeping/living area and a kitchen shed, also quirky 'Horse Lorry' sleeps up to 2 people with wood burner and kitchen/lounge area. Both units have there own toilet, and a short walk away there is a well insulated shower for all year round. For campers onsite there is basic but clean washrooms and one shower (free), one normal and two compost loos (in separate area), drying area, communal cooking/fire/bbq area and indoor room with tea making facilities. There’s also the option of four to six-person set up tents for lazy campers.
ActivitiesNearby Cenarth has lovely waterfalls and a good selection of pubs/tearooms although it can get busy, plus the National Coracle Centre (01239 710980). Wales’ biggest and best preserved Neolithic dolmenPentre Ifan is a few minutes’ drive away and above it are the Preseli Hills from where the Bluestones of Stonehenge were quarried.
Food & DrinkThe best option is The Boncath Inn (01239 841241), less than five-minutes’ drive away, a traditional, friendly pub offering decent pub grub and ales. Just down the coast at Newport is the Cnapan Restaurant (01239 820575), one of the best eateries in Pembrokeshire.
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