- Relax in the surroundings of your soft pastel decor
- Gaze at the starlit sky from the comfort of your king size bed
- Enjoy cosy evenings with an insulated pine floor and freestanding wood burning stove
The Owner Says
Bluebell is a spacious 16 foot luxury yurt, finished to the highest standard with soft pastel colours, an insulated pine floor and freestanding wood burning stove to keep the space toasty in those colder evenings. You'll be taken aback by the sheer opulence inside, with a tall reaching curved ceiling among beautiful ropes placed along the walls. A king size bed takes centre stage right beneath the lantern ceiling, and here you can gaze up at the stars, offering a truly unforgettable experience. There is a plush sofa bed which is great for additional guests or children, and here you can enjoy a peaceful moment and rest your legs after a day of exploring. We truly pride ourselves in offering a luxury camping experience. Egyptian cotton bedding is all provided as well as towels, cutlery and crockery. Bluebell has 4 electrical points and a 16L fridge to keep the essentials chilled.
Bluebell is allocated its own individual toilet and shower facility just a short walk over the manicured grounds. Outside is your picnic table and cooking shack which has all the utensils for cooking up your camping treats on a double gas stove.
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Headland Escape 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 due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
Glamping luxury! To us its all about the finishing touches, soft furnishings and giving you a home from home feel whilst enjoying the natural environment. Our yurts are allocated their own toilet and shower facilities!
Walk 300 yards down the lane and you hit the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Stay on the road and go through the edge of the caravan park to Blue-Flag Lydstep Beach (half a mile), a sandy crescent backed by a pebble bank and shouldered by limestone cliffs at either end. Or turn right onto the footpath and head out along the trail around the headland, following a National Trust route that takes in Lydstep Caverns and Smugglers Caves. You can also skip the headland and head west, enjoying a cliff-top walk to quiet Church Door Cove and Sandy Skrinkle Haven Beach (one mile). It’s around three miles on this path, weaving along the clifftops, to Manorbier Beach (though to drive there it’s two miles – around five minutes). The beach is backed by Manorbier Castle (01834 871394) – the well-preserved 12th century gatehouse is well worth a visit. The crown disposed of the place in 1670 and it was derelict for some time until a local family purchased and reinvigorated it. Life-size wax figures in costume are dotted about the place and you can admire the view from the turret windows down to the surfer-friendly sands below.
To the east, it’s four miles by road to Tenby, where you can explore its many shops and cafés, with the chance to catch a ferry out to Caldey Island. And, if you don’t feel you’ve been sufficiently pampered at the glamping site, Celtic Haven Spa (01834 826998) is about 200 yards from your yurt and has a wide variety of facials, massages and treatments.
Food & Drink
The Lydstep Tavern, a traditional Welsh pub is found in the heart of the village with Waves Restaurant, where you can dine on a delicious meal with views of the bay, both of which are just a 2 minute walk from Headland Escape.
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Headland Escape is located just four miles outside of Tenby on the Tenby to Manorbier road (A4139) in the tranquil village of Lydstep.
Headland Escape is on the Haverfordwest to Tenby bus route. Get off in Lydstep and walk south from the bus step, the road is unnamed but there is a footpath sign and a dead-end road sign. Headland Escape is all of about two minutes walk from the bust stop.