Glamping Cabin 1
- One of three cabins with a double bed and linen provided on this farm-based campsite
- A box of camping essentials is provided along with a BBQ and firepit outside
- Mains electricity provides power for sockets, lights and a heater
The Owner Says
Each cabin benefits from being on mains electric and comes with lights, heater and power sockets. These cabins are double glazed and fully insulated, so easy to heat and are warm and cosy at night. A safe bet if the weather forecast is looking unpredictable or if you fancy staying out of the summer season.
Handcrafted on the farm by a local carpenter to our own design. Inside is a raised double bed and each cabin can accomodate a family of 4. Please let us know if you require additional camp beds for children, bed linen and bedding are provided. Outside your cabin is a fire pit/BBQ and a picnic bench. Each cabin comes with a box of basic camping essentials: single gas camping stove, kettle, saucepan, frying pan, basic kitchen utensils (wooden spoon, BBQ tongs, ladle, knife), mugs, plates, bowls and cutlery.
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Dewslake Farm with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
- Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered
Features & Facilities
Eleven toilets and eight showers (with hot water) onsite. 16-amp electric hook-up points (for caravans) and phone charging stations. General waste and recycling bins.
A 20 minute walk away is the small village of Lamphey. The birthplace of Henry VII (Henry VIII’s father), Lamphey was home to a fourteenth century parish church, used by the Bishops of St. David’s. However, Bishop Barlow wanted it removed to Carmarthen and he is seen as responsible for the churches decay. The ruins survive today and are a fascinating insight into the history of Pembrokeshire. On the history theme, Manorbier Castle (01834 871394) is a well-preserved 12th century gatehouse. When the crown disposed of the castle in 1670, it was declared derelict until a local family purchased it and it remained with the family until the 20th century. Life-size wax figures in costume are dotted about the place and you can admire the view from the turret windows down to Manorbier’s surfer friendly beach. Adults are £5, children £3, and dogs are permitted (if kept on a lead). Alternatively, head east to Tenby and explore its many shops and cafés. Manor House Wildlife Park (01646 651201) is an enjoyable, educational family day out. The kids will love being able to get up close and personal with the Lemurs, Wallaby's and Meerkats; youngsters are also invited to help feed the goats and sheep. Heatherton World of Activities (01646 652000) is a theme park with go-karts, zip-wires, zorbs, and bumper boats. Other activities include clay pigeon shooting, fishing, adventure golf, and paintball.
Food & Drink
Bubbling Cauldrons (07731 475769) is the wonderful vegetarian/vegan cafe on site who can also cater for parties or guests hiring the entire site for a wedding or party. The Dial Inn (01646 672426) is only a mile away and serves excellent homemade food and local ales. The Stackpole Inn (01646 672324) is a great choice for when you visit the beautiful Barafundle Bay. The pub was awarded the prestigious "Best Gastropub in Wales" award at the Great British Pub Awards. Narberth (12 miles away) is renowned for its fantastic deli’s, café’s and boutique shops. Everything served at Plum Vanilla in central Narberth (01834 862762) is home made, from the fresh bread loaves, soups, quiches, and salads, through to their fantastic desserts. They also cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
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From Pembroke: at the roundabout at the end of Main Street, take the second exit (Station Rd A4139). When you reach Lamphey continue onto The Ridgeway, Dews Lake Farm is approximately 1 mile after you pass the Dial Inn on your left-hand side. From Tenby: on Greenhill Road (A4139), take a slight right onto Holloway Hill and continue onto The Ridgeway towards Lamphey. Before you reach Lamphey on your left-hand side (just after Dews Lake Bridge), you will see the sign for Dews Lake Farm. If you pass the sign for Lower Lamphey Park you've gone too far!
There is a train station in Lamphey (2 miles) making Tenby, Pembroke, Manorbier and Narberth easily accessible. Trains run to Carmarthen (via Manorbier, Penally, Saundersfoot and Whitland) where connections can be made for Swansea, Cardiff, Manchester, Bristol and London Paddington.