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Tir Bach Farm in Pembrokeshire

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Tir Bach farm Campsite is situated 10 minutes from the Preseli mountains, and within easy reach of Pembrokeshire's beautiful coast line and places of interest.
Surrounded by outstanding views of the preseli mountains and country side. Tir Bach is tucked away in a haven of peace and tranquillity. A small river runs through 12 acres of ancient woodland, attracting abundant birds and wildlife.
The farm has pigs, cows, goats, Shetland ponies, ducks, geese and chickens. There is a communal camp fire in our camping field. Children's playground.
We have two yurts for renting. The Painted yurt (sleeps up to 6) The Carved yurt (sleeps up to 4)
Both yurts are set in their own private space, on a raised wooden platform, with balcony. Fully equipped for no hassle camping with kitchen, gas hob, BBQ, beds and wood burning stove. All you need bring is your own bedding.

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Amazing secluded sitemap with freindly owners anda nice clea toilet anda showers
johnson (11th Aug 2018)
A hidden gem of a site. Ok it's not right next to the coast but it is central enough to get around easily during your stay and the outlook from the site is stunning.
I stayed with my two kids aged nine and ten and they had a ball. There are loads of animals on the site and the chickens and Terry the turkey do the rounds clearing up the crumbs around the tents in the mornings, much to the delight of the children.
The actual tented area is well laid out on flat terraces. There is hard standing parking for each pitch with plenty of room even for the larger tents that seem to be prevalant today. I was a bit concerned about this as we have an eight man tent but there was plenty of room.
The view into the valley is amazing and there is woodland below the site with two rope swings to keep the more adventurous kids entertained.(The woods are on very steep ground though)
The toilet/shower block are always kept clean and there are two sinks for washing the dishes.
There is a covered barn area with table tennis and a new pizza oven which was first commissioned when we were there.
This site ticks all the boxes as a friendly, clean family orientated campsite. It may be slightly rustic in parts but this adds to the charm.
Value for money is excellent and was a thoroughly enjoyable camping experience even if the weather was not at its best. We will definitely be going back.
Greg (28th Aug 2012)
A truly fabulous campsite!. I cannot wait to go back! Despite all the rain we had, we just loved this site so much we went twice!!. Our pitch was right next to the park, which was a dream for me, being my first camping adventure alone with my two young daughters (3 & 6) I could keep an eye on them from my tent, saying that, the site felt safe enough for them both to wonder over to the Geese and pigs on their own.

The toilets and showers were always very very clean, with plenty of information on things to see and do in the area.. There were a couple of kitchen sinks attatched to the shower/toilet block, to clean up your pots n pans etc, along with a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.. There were fresh goose eggs for sale every morning, but be quick, I missed them every day! along with some yummy looking homemade jams!.

We were greeted by the farm's chickens, turkey and cockerel, they roamed free around the tents, but were never any trouble, rather funny to watch.

We didn't travel far from home to come to this beaut of a campsite, but it is completely out in the wilds. We took our little pooch, and there were plenty of on lead walks around for her and some lovely walks in the woods.
Rachelle (17th Feb 2012)