Bell Tent Group Bubble - Sleep up to 16

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire Crymych Top Of The Woods

  • Sleeps 16 (max 16 adults, 10 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • Pet Friendly
4 spacious and well-furnished bell where campfires are allowed in beautiful Pembrokeshire.
  • Sleep up to 16 people across 4 bell tents
  • 4 furnished five-metre bell tent with everything needed for a glamping stay 
  • Private meadow 5 1/2 acres meadow, with two compost toliets and two hot field showers for your group guests

The Owner Says

We have 4 beautiful glamping bell tents for a group booking, sleeping upto 16 people. In their own private wildlife meadow with two compost toilets & two hot showers for your group, overlooking the Pembrokeshire National Park. The huge 5.5 acre meadow is space for peace and privacy for your group

Each bell tent is  very spacious at five-metre diameter, sleeping generously sleeping up to four.  We believe getting an amazing night’s sleep is a vital part of glamping, so we provide proper quality beds (one king size and two singles) with feather bedding and crisp linen, and blankets to keep you cosy. The tents have a large entrance canopy with fairy lights and a 'wellyhog' for your shoes and boots.

​Our bell tents offer a charming glamping stay with everything you’ll need provided (accept towels)!

The group pitch comes with a fire pit/BBQ, picnic benches and outdoor canopy, a covered camp kitchen, with gas hobs, preparation area,  all your cooking and dining equipment, to enjoy outdoor living

​The meadow also has two compost toilet and two hot showers, to compliment the main flush toilet and shower block in the courtyard.

An extra car can be parked on site for £5 per night

Dogs are not allowed inside the bell tents, but you can bring a pup tent for your pooch (£5\night for a pup tent, max two dogs, or we have pup tent available to hire for £5\night).


​We have included everything you'll need for your stay, except your clothes, towels and toiletries and perhaps some marshmallows!

Features & Facilities

A stand out feature is the 1950s Dutch Barn communal area, a large covered space with picnic benches, phone charging, lighting, games and hammocks. There is freezer for ice bricks and a microwave for baby food.
There are water and recycling points and compost loos in all the meadows and in the pioneer lodge and safari lodge meadows there are also hot showers. The main facilities are in the courtyard area, including hot showers and flushing toilets, washing up sinks and drying lines.
There is free Wi-Fi in courtyard area and at the communal fire pit. Campfires are permitted in the meadows (off the ground only) and fire wood and locally made charcoal are sold onsite.
The site has 3 kunekune pigs, free range hens, a dog and a cat. On site activities include, weekend Yoga Breakfast Club, Bushcraft and Nature Discovery, Storytelling around the campfire and other special events during the season. There is a field left free for games, with equipment onsite that can be borrowed.

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The campsite sometimes lays on special events, like guided wildlife walks, through the adjoining 325-acre Ffynone Wood and maps are also provided on your arrival with local routes, including Soo’s Secret Waterfall Trail. The site is directly traversed by a bridleway that leads immediately into the woods. Further afield, nearby attractions include fantastic Cardigan Castle (01239 615131), opened to the public in April 2015 after a massive 12 year restoration project, and The Welsh Wildlife Centre, in the Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve. There's also very easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the Preseli Hills and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with a particular highlight being the Teifi gorge, fabulous for kayaking and canoeing.

Food & Drink

Top of the Woods offers guests hot farmhouse breakfasts at weekends and hosted dinners evenings, with campfire stews on Fridays and BBQ nights on Saturdays, all prepared with high quality local produce. Food can be booked in advance, so you have dinner ready on arrival. A mobile fishmonger also visits twice weekly, selling the freshest Welsh seafood. Pub-wise there are two locals. The Nags Head (01239 841200) at Abercych offers seasonal menus, all cooked in house by their chef using the best Welsh ingredients. The Fynnone Arms in Newchapel (01239 841800) does excellent Sunday lunches and specialises in dairy free, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan menu options.


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Getting There

Follow the M4 to the end, which then becomes the A48 to Carmarthen. From Carmarthen, take the A484 through Newcastle Emlyn to Cenarth, then the B4332 for 4.5miles. After passing through the village of Newchapel, pass the gatehouses of the Cilwendeg Estate on the left, and take the left turn immediately afterward into Capel Coleman Road.
If you follow satnav to our postcode, it will tell you you have arrived arrived once you turn into Capel Coleman Road; you need to continue down Capel Coleman road, past the houses and continue on until you reach the small Church of St. Colman. Take the left hand fork (signposted Penrallt \ Top Of The Woods), and continue to the bottom of the track, where you will see the gate into the parking area.
There are good regular train services to Carmarthen or Aberystwyth, which connect with buses to Cardigan or Boncath village. There’s also an excellent local taxi company, who can collect from any of the nearby towns or stations, and who have minibuses available.