How about a tipi, geo-dome, camping pod or a yurt.
If you like your camping why not try a ‘posh’ tent otherwise known as Glamping! Glamping in Pembrokeshire involves proper beds; no deflated airbeds here.
No need for thermal layers, and that’s just the summer, as the wood burning stove in your yurt, tipi or geo-dome will keep you toasty warm throughout the night. You can even pick your favourite campsite and ask someone else to put the tent up for you. This is the way to camp!
Another alternative could be a camping pod. Think of it as a tiny, tiny log cabin complete with a veranda to watch the sun go down before retiring to your perfectly designed pod.
Waking up in a different location is what you’ll get if you hire a traditional VW camper van; you'll be the envy of every camper on the site.
Search for glamping and unusual accommodation in Pembrokeshire.
A slightly nervous Liz Bird and family headed to Pembrokeshire in April for a spot of family camping and found themselves in the lap of luxury.
Fancy a cool and low key campsite next to the beach, in an idyllic location? Pembrokeshire has quite a few, read on for our selection of 6 cracking campsites.
The Barker family of 4 – Allen, Amanda, Max (aged 12) and Holly (aged 10) – were staycation addicts long before the term was ever invented.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.