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Penrallt Goch Camping and Glamping in Pembrokeshire

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A beautiful camping and glamping site on a working smallholding in North Pembrokeshire, nestled in a peaceful location with views over the valley.
Well situated for the beach, walks, activities, pubs and other attractions in the area.
A range of accommodation available for 1 to 6 people includes a Yurt, Safari tent, a Landpod and pitch your own tent sites.
Got a horse? Bring it with you! Grazing and stabling options available, nice quiet hacking from the farm.

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Stayed for a weekend in the land pod, the hosts were amazing nothing was too much trouble We arrived late but the fire was started and fresh eggs for the morning had been delivered, we did have a leek in the airbed but that was quickly sorted out. The pod was so warm and cosy, and so dark too it was easy to sleep in, the kitchen was well equipped and even found that there was a stash of marshmallows and sticks for the campfire. The compost toilet strangely doesn't smell like you would imagine and the shower is great, the location was idyllic, on a small working farm in the middle of nowhere, but close enough to towns and attractions, was a very relaxing get away I couldn't have asked for anything more. I did manage to take a peek in the Safari tent and will definitely be coming back next year with the kids we still have a few more places to see in the area and are already glamping fans! If I had to give a con, which isn't really a fault of the hosts but of nature, as we stayed on the last weekend of the season the field was very wet and my car did get stuck but thankfully the hostess came to our rescue, so I would suggest that guests don't park next to their chosen tent/pod and stay up by the house in the wetter months it's only a short walk to the house anyway :D
Sarah Grey (9th Oct 2017)