What we do

A view from a our TiPi Pembrokeshire

A view from one of our yurts

The peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire countryside surrounding our Campsite provides the perfect setting for a relaxed and stress-free holidays. Pembrokeshire has also got a lot to offer in terms of sight seeing, from castles to beaches to art galleries to horse riding. If you need to stock up on provisions, the nearest shops are in Fishguard 10 minutes away by car. There is a bus service called the Strumble Shuttle which has pick up points nearby. This service runs from nearby Fishguard through to St Davids, stopping in at secluded harbour villages on the way – well recommended!

Loads of information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres. Below are a few of our favorite things:

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. One of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country and one of the most dramatic sections is right around the corner from Hillfort campsite.

Wild flower and Bird Watching around our land. With it’s national park and conservation areas, coastlines, offshore islands (teeming with puffins, razorbills, shearwaters, storm petrels and chough) and with our infamous Pembrokeshire hedges the area is a popular destination for nature lovers. These are also the hunting grounds for the buzzards, red kites and peregrine falcons that inhabit the area.

Seal and whale watching at Strumble Head light house. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk to the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr, take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away, the beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are good for bathing, sand castles and surfing.

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    Why we’re different.

    There are many reasons why our camping experiences are unique, and here are some of the highlights:

    • Our unspoiled land is situated in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire and our land includes a small mountain with remains of Iron Age hillfort.
    • Panoramic views of Strumble Head and Irish Sea from top of mountain. Ideal for watching the sunset over the sea.
    • Quiet secluded pitches.
    • Peaceful site with no traffic noise or light pollution.
    • Cosy nights around your own campfire.
    • Fresh milk and eggs available on request.
    • Local smoked fish and meat on request subject to availability.