Luxury Glamping Pod

UK Wales South Wales Pembrokeshire Pembroke Stackpole Under the Stars

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Private Bathroom
Luxury pod perfect for those who need a bit of persuasion to sleep under the Pembrokeshire stars.
  • Underfloor heating to keep you extra cosy
  • Kitchen stocked with all the crockery and cutlery you'll need
  • Private en-suite bathroom

The Owner Says

Stay in our Luxury Glamping Pod, it feels like a plush hotel room, but when you open the porthole window and birdsong reminds you that you're glamping in the peaceful countryside.

Your bed will be ready for when you arrive after your journey, with a double sofa bed available too. This pod has underfloor heating to keep you cosy at night and an en-suite bathroom with toilet, electric shower plus a cold water sink (you will find your towels in the wardrobe).

The kitchen is stocked with all the crockery and cutlery you need, plus a fridge, toaster and microwave. There's a cold water sink and a kettle for boiling hot water. If you are eating inside the pod pull down the hidden table for your meals and evening board games! On rainy evenings, switch on the television or watch a DVD and snuggle down on the sofa.

A hand-forged bowl with a fitted grill rack and hot plate means you can cook your breakfast or evening barbecue and sit around the crackling fire underneath the starry Stackpole sky. We will provide you with a starter fire-bowl kit, including kindling and one bag of logs. You can buy more logs and charcoal on site as and when you need them. A tarpaulin covered picnic table to the side of the pod means you can eat outside under cover (come rain or scorching sun!) to really feel the glamping experience.

Features & Facilities

Four of the camping pitches have electric and each has its own picnic table. Firepits (complete with grill rack for BBQ) can be hired. Logs, kindling, firelighters, etc are also for sale. Yurts sleep up to 4 on a double bed and 2 single futons. Features inside include wood-burning stove, solar fairy lights, dining table and chairs. Furnished bell tents sleep up to 4 on a double bed and 2 removable singles (all bedding included). Luxury glamping pod sleeps up to 4 with en suite shower room, underfloor heating, fridge, microwave and TV. Deckchairs, covered picnic table, gas hob, and a firepit provided (with complimentary fire-starter kit). Other facilities include shower and compost toilet pods, plus a wash-room with double sink, washing machine, tumble dryer and chest freezer for ice blocks.

Activities

The campsite is set within the Stackpole Estate so there are acres of enchanting grounds to explore, including the Bosherton Lily Ponds – keep your eyes peeled for otters! Pembrokeshire's many pristine beaches are easily reachable from the site. The stony cove at Stackpole Quay is the closest, while the sandy shores of Freshwater East & West, and Barafundle Bay are nearby too. The latter is particularly spectacular. Slightly further afield you'll find surf-friendly Manorbier and the watersports hub of Saundersfoot. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path begins from nearby Amroth and snakes its way up the peninsula to St Dogmaels near Cardigan in the north of the county. The imposing Elegug Stacks (known as Stack Rocks) and the Green Bridge of Wales cliff arch are just a couple of the epic seascape sites you can see en route. The region is rich in medieval sites with castles to explore at Pembroke and Haverfordwest. History buffs should seek out Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, the ruins of the Lamphey Bishops Palace and the remote hermit's chapel at St Govan's Head. One of Wales' prettiest seaside towns, Tenby, is under an hour's drive away to the east, while St Davids, officially the UK's smallest city, is just over an hour further up the coast.

Food & Drink

The Stackpole Inn (01646 672324) is one of the standouts of Pembrokeshire's thriving culinary scene, winning, amongst many other gongs, Best Gastropub in Wales at the Great British Pub Awards. Stackpole Walled Gardens (01646 661 442) lies within the estate itself and produces seasonal fruit and veg available to buy in the onsite shop. It's all run by Mencap with much of the cultivation carried out by local adults with learning disabilities. The gardens' Cawdors Tea Room is a lovely setting for a bite to eat, boasting the best of local produce. After a day at the beach, The Boathouse Tea Room (01646 672687) is just the ticket, serving up hearty fayre such as sandwiches, paninis, jacket spuds and traditional Welsh cawl, all enjoyed overlooking the picturesque Stackpole Quay.
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Location

Getting There

Take the B4319 out of Pembroke towards Castlemartin and Angle. After about one mile, turn left – continuing on the B4319. After about 1.2 miles, turn left onto an unmarked tree-lined lane immediately after the St Petrox village road sign. Stackpole Under The Stars is straight ahead through the stone pillars.