6m bell tent at Warren Farm
from £210 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £210 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Yurt / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 8 Home 4598799
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Yurt / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 8
Our off-grid bell tents are scattered about the farm, with some in our secluded & sunlit copse. Additional tents are available during Easter and summer school holidays, dotted around our large our field across the lane, just a few steps from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Each of our gorgeous tents is fully equipped with comfy beds; has its own private lawn, with plenty of room for outside dining and a campfire; and its own private cookhouse, piping hot shower and compost loo. All have views south over the Bristol Channel & as far as Lundy Island on a clear day!
Ideal for a romantic getaway, for a family gathering or for groups of friends, and especially for a hen (or stag) party with a difference. For larger groups, consider booking in conjunction with one of our other 6m bell tents or our 12 person bunkhouse.
We believe in going the whole hog when it comes to glamping, so all our tents come supplied with:
- super-comfy hypo-allergenic orthopaedic mattresses, not the uncomfortable (& cold!) airbeds you might find elsewhere
- camp fire circle, perfect for toasting marshmallows, bottoms, or even toast! (Your first bag of marshmallows and instant light charcoal are on us)
- picturesque & secluded woodland or meadow site, away from the rest of the farm for your privacy
- fully furnished, with antique & vintage furniture inside the tent and garden furniture for outside dining
- wicker picnic hampers with all the plates, bowls, mugs, wine glasses, tumblers, and cutlery you need for 8 people, even down to salt & pepper and bottle openers
- solar & candle lanterns, chandeliers & fairy lights inside & out, for romantic yet reliable lighting
- your own off-grid piping hot shower & loo, so you don't have to wander all the way back to the farmhouse in the middle of the night or share with anybody else
- scenic location with unobstructed views down the hill over countryside to the sea
- plenty of pillows, cosy duvets, cushions, rugs and blankets, so you'll be snug even on the coolest nights
- well equipped outdoor camp kitchen, complete with full range of pans & other necessities; 4 ring gas hob; and even the kitchen sink with hot & cold running water - for a great 'outdoor cooking' experience without roughing it *too much!
- beautifully decorated, complete with our hand printed bespoke bunting
- larger than average, high quality traditional canvas bell tent with zipped-in groundsheet (ZIG) so that you can choose to let the breeze in on hot days yet keep the insects out
- dark skies, for star gazing up through the trees once the last traces of sunset have gone (have we mentioned the fabulous sunsets you get this far west?)
- anything else we can think of to make your stay perfect (let us know your suggestions on FB, there might be a prize in it!)
Right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, close to fantastic climbing at Castlemartin Range East & West, the excellent surfing at Freshwater West & Broadhaven South, and within striking distance of many of Pembrokeshire's best (and unspoilt, especially if you're used to the hordes in Devon & Cornwall) beaches, countryside, castles, river walks, Neolithic remains, geological formations, charming pubs, delicious cafes & restaurants & even the UK's best Street Food (according to the BBC in 2014), film locations and other places of interest.
Dog friendly - we have a very sociable hound ourselves.
Nature fans may be lucky enough to spot badgers & our visiting barn owl at the farm. Or otters, seals, bats, puffins, etc. elsewhere in Pembrokeshire.
Please note that we are in a remote rural location near to an Army Tank Training Range:
- there is no mobile signal at all for most providers, though the copse happens to be the most likely spot to get signal;
- we'll endeavour to provide free wireless internet access near the house (sorry, it doesn't reach as far as the bell tents), but can't guarantee it at all times;
- depending on Army manoeuvres, there may be noise. This is usually only Monday to Friday during the day, with occasional firing up to 10 pm. It's nowhere near as noisy as you'd think, and also quite interesting to watch with the flares & tracer fire!;
- facilities (such as pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops & petrol stations) are all a drive away. There is a bus service, but you are highly recommended to drive as it is infrequent and changes route depending on firing;
- the tents are off-grid apart from water and, despite some expectations, don't have TV or mains electricity. We'll happily charge your phones and cameras in the house but you might not want to bother packing the hair straighteners (we think the sea-tousled look is more 'you' anyway ;) )
- we're an intimate, family-friendly site. We've hosted some amazing groups who have thoroughly enjoyed relaxing around the campfire after an energetic day. But if you're after bright lights and busy pubs, we'd recommend you consider staying closer to Tenby.
We have plenty of parking space for cars, vans and even campervans in the farmyard and the field. The copse is around 80 meters away from the main parking area, with temporary parking for loading & unloading a little closer. We'll loan you our garden cart if you want, though as each bell tent is fully equipped you won't need to bring quite as much kit as you would usually need.
NB you will be allocated a specific tent a few days before arrival, so that you get the perfect tent for your group and for the weather conditions (wind direction being key!). They are all very similar, with just slight differences in some of the furnishings (for example, different cushions or rugs) and slightly different orientations.
Please note that the Holiday Lettings diary takes a periodic feed from our main booking diary. It usually connects every few hours but in 2015, we had a few issues with much longer delays and subsequent double-bookings. We will always do our very best to fulfil any booking but if your booking is short notice or you have very specific dates, please do check availability direct with us at Warren Farm, Wales.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Check in time:||17:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Nearest beach||Fresh West 2miles, others 5m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Pembroke (not Pembroke Dock) - 6 miles|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Fireplace, Internet access, Staffed property, Sea view|
|Furniture||Single Beds (8), Dining seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ, Swing set, Trampoline|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Pembrokeshire region
We like to think of Pembrokeshire as Cornwall's equally (dare we say even more?) amazing but much more unspoilt cousin. Easier to get to than you might think and surprisingly free of crowds, there is no denying that Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of stunning sea- and landscapes.
If you're into food & drink, you;ll be pleased to find out that we have our fair share of fantastic cafes, bars and restaurants (including Michellin-rated chefs and BBC Food and Farming Award winners), artisan food producers, local craft breweries and even a vineyard (wine-tasting, anyone?). Even our humble spuds have been deemed worthy of their own denomination - you can';t beat a proper, soil-grown, Pembrokeshire new potato for flavour.
But people don't just come to indulge their senses on the landscape, food and drink. It's our status as Britain's only coastal national park that draws most visitors. Not to mention the amazing surfing, climbing, coasteering, fishing, diving, sailing - if enjoying outdoor sports is your thing, you'll never be bored in Pembrokeshire!
The farm is right down on the far south west tip of Pembrokeshire, which makes it the ideal place for:
- great surfing beaches at Freshwater West (surf school available) and Broadhaven South
- amazing climbing at Castlemartin Range East and West
- one of the 3 best long distance walks in the world: the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- super swimming beaches at Barafundle (often voted the best beach in the UK) and Freshwater East (not to mention one or two 'secret' beaches - you'll have to twist our arm to share their location)
- nipping to Stackpole Quay, for scuba diving from the shore (no boat needed!) and jumping off the Quay at high tide into our crystal clear waters
- sightseeing at St Govan's Chapel, Pembroke Castle (with the biggest keep in the country and birthplace of Henry VII), the Green Bridge of Wales (head down the lane beside our field and stop before you fall off the cliff edge), Stack Rocks, Bosherston Lilyponds and many other sights
- visiting local galleries at the Golden Plover and Bosherston
- looking for Lundy, as seen from the farm on clear days
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Calendar updated:14 Feb 2016