Green Oak Meadow

At Eco Escape Campsite

Venn Dairy Farm, Waterston Road, Milford Haven SA73 1DN

  • Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
A tastefully-furnished five-metre bell tent overlooking an ancient oak woodland.
  • Private gazebo with your very own fire pit
  • Comfy mattresses and full bedding provided
  • Access to a wood-fired hot tub hidden among the trees

This information was supplied by Eco Escape Campsite

A fully-equipped five-metre bell tent with everything you need for a comfortable getaway , positioned in our meadow overlooking an ancient woodland and looking towards the sunset.
Each bell tent is kitted out with full bedding (foam mattresses, pillows, sheets, quilts, blankets), basic cooking equipment (cutlery, plates, BBQ tongs, pans, a coolbox to store your food...etc.) and solar powered lamps. You also get a private gazebo with fire pit/BBQ, table and stools & use of the hot tub. Please note, the standard bed arrangement is a double bed for 2 persons, a double and a single for 3 persons, a double and two singles for 4 persons, and a double and three singles for 5 persons. Alternative bed arrangements are possible by advance request, an an additional payment of £5.

About Eco Escape Campsite

Either bring your own tent to camp, glamp in the woods or pick a tent in the open wildflower meadow, all within walking distance of Millford Haven's natural harbour
Eco-Escape is our small, family-run, dog-friendly and eco-friendly campsite, nestled in the valley of our working farm. Ancient Oak Woodland trails, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and an inlet of the Tidal Estuary are all within 100m of your tents, and just a short walk up the country lane, you will find the local pub, serving hearty pub food. Our wood-fired hot tub, meadow swing and field space for games mean there is something for all the family, we provide a sheltered area for cooking and eating so it won't matter if there is a shower, and we are a perfect base from which to explore the best of Pembrokeshire's stunning beaches and coastline!
Having grown up on a farm in the heart of Pembrokeshire, we have a deep appreciation for the countryside, and our beloved environment, and so are passionate about recycling and up-cycling, and doing our part to look after the environment. Our aim is ultimately to become a zero-carbon campsite. Therefore, we have many eco-features to our site, including; an eco-composting toilet, up-cycled firepits and furniture, sustainable firewood, solar lighting and we offset our energy use by having wind turbines gently generating away on the edge of  the farmland. There’s no electricity; just firelight and the starry night sky!
We offer an escape away from the hustle-and-bustle, a chance to relax and reconnect with family, friends and nature, an opportunity to try new experiences, see new, breathtaking places, and feed the soul with wild and fun adventures!
Having grown up in Pembrokeshire, we know what this beautiful county has to offer. We have a passion for all things wild including local ecology and wildlife, water sports and outdoor activities. We have ventured into Camping and Glamping to share what we love with you!

Glamping Site Facilities

The meadow has 2 flushing toilets, and 2 hot gas showers. The woodland glade has 1 hot gas shower and 1 composting toilet. Each also has a washing up area with clean drinking water, a kitchen sink, bins for recycling and food preparation worktop. There is a communal shelter provided in the meadow, available for all to use, to cook and eat under, if the weather turns bad. Each bell tent is accompanied by a private shelter with a firepit that doubles up as a BBQ, picnic benches and a hammock. Each camping pitch has a firepit/BBQ and a picnic bench. The meadow has a selection of family-friendly games and a swing, plus ample space for ball games. There is a wood-fired hot tub in the woodland area (available for use by all – private time slots are selected). Celtic games events in summer, with welly-wanging and tug of war to name a few. Visits to the farm’s family of pigs is also available.

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