- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
- George Clarkes Amazing Spaces
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Set back in the woodland, offering plenty of privacy
- Nearby communal kitchen and shower cabin
- Comfortable double bed with homely furnishings
The Owner Says
Features & Facilities
3 self-made timber eco pods (8ft x 16ft); Caban Cariad & Caban Bach each sleeping 2 in a double bed. Ty Cwtch sleeps 4 guests in bunks. Bell tent sleeps 4 guests. Facilities include a toilet, a hot water shower and a fully-equipped communal kitchen cabin with a cool box, double gas hob (utensils, etc provided). Exclusive site hire available (maximum 14 guests). No electricity. Lighting provided by solar candles, campfires and lanterns.
Besides the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, there's plenty of other lesser-known trails including the Landsker Borderlands Trail which circles the eastern bank of the Daugleddau Estuary. Bosherton Lilly Ponds (01646 661359), Picton Castle and Gardens (01437 751326) and Carew Castle and Tidal Mill (01646 651782) are all well worth a sunny day stroll. For two wheels, the Brunel Cycle Trail poses a gentle 9 mile challenge of purpose-built cycle path between Haverfordwest and Neyland. Pembrokeshire's beaches are legendary: Barafundle Bay, Little Haven, Druidstone – all have their own unique character. Newgale Beach is great for watersports. Big Blue Experience (07816169359) can arrange kitesurfing and paddle boarding. A boat trip to see the puffins at Skomer Island (01646 603 110) is truly unmissable. Other great days out can be had at historic St Davids and picture postcard Tenby picture postcard – the latter has The Dinosaur Park (01834 845272) in for kids.
Food & Drink
Guests are greeted with a welcome hamper on arrival comprising fresh farm eggs, a freshly baked loaf, tea, coffee and milk ready for breakfast. Onsite catering can also be arranged for groups hiring the entire site. Ask about the outdoor pizza oven, BBQ or vintage theme afternoon tea (especially popular with hen parties). The Bar at Neyland Marina (01646 602550) is just a 30 minute walk (or 10 minute cycle) away. Its seafood-centric menu uses locally caught fish and the views overlooking Westfield Pill set off the atmosphere nicely. Little Haven and Druidstone Haven are both a 20 minute drive away and boast superb seaside restaurants and pubs including The Swan Inn (01437 781880). St Davids boasts plenty of places to eat and drink too, including sophisticated Cwtch (01437 720491) – no relation. Hidden gem is the Quayside Tearoom (01646 651574) on the point at Lawrenny Quay. The roast lobster just has to be experienced.