Number of Rooms/Units/Pitches: 3
You'll find Cwt Gwyrdd at the foothills of the beautiful Preseli Mountains inside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and just five miles from the sea - an ideal starting point for exploring Pembrokeshire and West Wales.
The site is available for single group bookings only and guests have exclusive use of the meadow running down to the River Bannon, with space for 2-6 people split between the Shepherd's Hut, Pod and Bell Tent. The glamping site is in a large meadow bounded by the River Bannon and fields with our home out of sight and 200 metres away. You will have maximum privacy during your stay.
The Shepherd's Hut is furnished with a comfortable king size bed and Welsh blankets. There is a kitchen area with hot running water, sink, cooker and a wood burning stove. Outside, you can lounge on the upcycled benches or gather around the campfire with drinks as the stars come out. Fall asleep to the sound of the stream and wake to birdsong.
In addition to a Shepherd's Hut there, extra optional accommodation includes a “barn style” wooden Pod and a Bell Tent. The Pod and Bell Tent share a camp kitchen with stainless steel sink and food preparation space.
The Shepherd's Hut, Pod and Bathroom Hut and have electricity but the Tent is off grid.
We operate as a Greener Camping Club (GCC) site. Prices include membership of the Greener Camping Club. Any existing members of the GCC will receive a refund of £10 on arrival.
Open from April to October
Cwt Gwyrdd is situated in an elevated position above the flood plain of the River Bannon. The site is 100 yards from the level gravel car park. The site is approached by a rising gravel path which ends in 4 steps. An alternative route leaves the path and crosses the grassy meadow.
The Shepherds Hut decking is accessed by 2 steps and the Shepherd's Hut by one more. The doorway is not wide enough for a wheelchair.
The Pod is accessed by 4 steps. The doorway is wheelchair accessible.
The Bell Tent entrance is wide enough for a wheelchair.