At Bôn Camping
Porterswell Farm, Roch hill, Haverfordwest, Newgale, Pembrokeshire SA62 6JX
- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Ensuite dry toilet and gas shower
- Adjacent sheltered camp kitchen with a view includes all utensils.
- Totally secluded with access via a private path through the butterfly meadow.
- Features include a wood-burning stove and crown for stargazing.
- Picnic Table for dining outside and small table inside.
- Stepping stones to the yurt over a tiny stream
- Access to the network of paths through the 20 acres of woodland we have here.
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Perched in a sheltered spot with views over the willows across the Brandy Brook valley, the 5m Mongolian yurt comes with a double bed, two single futon chairs, plenty of storage for your things, a book shelf and a cosy stove to warm you up. The white silk lining inside, behind the lattice, gives it a luxurious finish, calming on the eye. The star gazing crown above is covered with a transparent plastic cover so that you can lie down and gaze up at the stars or the sea gulls in the evening light, heading back to the coast after a trip inland.
Apart from the ensuite compost loo and gas shower, there is also a camp kitchen finished to a high standard containing everything you need. Three containers under the counter have all your crockery, cutlery, pots and pans, spices, serving bowls, you name it, as well as a cool box to keep perishables cold for longer. Also in the camp kitchen and immediately outside your door you will find:
- Gas hob
- Kitchen sink and water tap
- Picnic table
- Camp fire
- Solar lights
- Bins for general waste and recycling
Bôn is field and woodland camping in a 29 acre nature reserve small holding with gorgeous countryside views, so close to the coast you can hear the waves crash on the beach as you fall asleep. Apart from the fields and woods to explore, we have five Icelandic ponies grazing in one field and two very friendly and adorable kune-kune pigs in the other. When it's feeding time for the pigs, kids are welcome to come along and enjoy. Glyn and Gladys love a good scratch!
The Woodland pitches are in the lower part of the valley in the shelter of the trees. To get to them, you meander down through the woods until you reach the clearings at the bottom. All pitches are flat and grassy, surrounded by willows, ash, oaks, sycamore and gorse. Plenty of sunshine reaches these pitches and some even enjoy a clear view of the Brandy Brook valley. Wheel barrows are provided to take your gear to the pitches, muscle work at first, but once you're there, it's the most enchanting camping experience there is. Also benefiting from composting toilets, drinking water and washing up sinks.
Meadow pitches are where our campsite really started. Located at the top of the valley, each pitch enjoys uninterrupted views across the Brandy Brook valley. Partly sheltered by the tall gorse hedge, new willow trees have been planted around the pitches to create even more shelter. It is possible to have more than one tent pitched up with no extra cost. We now have five pitches spread out from each other with compost loo and washing up facility in the field. All pitches come with a picnic table and fire pit.
As well as the field and woods camping we also have a couple of bell tents, a yurt and an old Mercedes van for hire, all come with all you need for a luxury stay in the outdoors, with campfires, outdoor seating, fully kitted out kitchens and ensuite facilities with a beautiful countryside view.
Our family homestead has 20 acres of wild woodland, teeming with wildlife and bursting with ferns and flowers. The facilities are indoor electric showers, compost toilets and flush toilets all within easy access of your tent, and for rainy days we have a big barn shed with dining area, washing up sinks, fridge freezers and sea kayaks available to use at no extra cost, on a first come first served basis. But remember you'll need a roof rack or a very big boot!
Come and pitch up!
Glamping Site Facilities
There are 3 gas-powered showers, 1 flushing toilet, 2 compost toilets and 2 washing up sinks. Communal use of a chest freezer, a fridge and a fridge freezer, plus there's a hang out area in the barn, plus dining table. Campfires are permitted and firewood is available on site. 2 kayaks plus lifejackets available to borrow on a first come, first served basis but remember your roof rack!