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"10/10 - Peaceful, friendly, great hosts, amazing views, fantastic location"

Linda, April 2022

A warm welcome to our Patch of the Planet

On the Southern foothills of the Preseli Hills, you’ll find our five acre, organic smallholding, with its beautiful, quiet little family-friendly campsite.

We enjoy stunning views over Pembrokeshire, wonderful stars at night, a beautiful rural setting and an array of wildlife, including badgers, bats, a willow copse, and regular close visits from Red Kites.

With coast, hills, countryside and destinations all around us, we're brilliantly located for a varied holiday of hills, beaches, days out and coasts.

We love that people want to stay here for their holidays and we do what we can to make the experience special. 

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The site

We run a cosy site with just three pitches. Each pitch also enjoys a picnic table and there is a brand new facilities block this year with toilets, sinks and a shower. There is also drinking water by the tents. 

We provide eco shampoo, soap and washing up liquid in the facilities area, so that you and the soil can all stay healthy at the same time. It's included in the price. 

It’s a quiet camping experience – we don’t allow electronic music, radios or drones, instead favouring the sounds of nature, conversation and play.

Parking is up by the road and it's a gentle stroll down to the tents, keeping traffic and noise away from the camping area. We provide large barrows to get your things down and back.

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Come and enjoy the good life 

Where else do you get your own food patch with fresh salads and herbs growing just for you, all for free? We offer it on each of our three exclusive pitches.

On top of that, we sell fresh eggs from our organically-fed hens, home-grown food and logs to burn on your fire pit, which comes with every pitch. (We take cash or all major cards on site.)

We're around and about a lot, working away on the land and if you need tips, suggestions or advice, just ask. We'll be pleased to chat.

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"Comfrey" - the fully set-up, gorgeous, glamping bell tent

Named after the star of organic food growing, our Comfrey bell tent lets you just turn up and start relaxing. It comes with a kitchen with double gas hob and a separate stove in the bell tent that has its own oven.

There is also a fire pit, with a first bag of wood for free, a picnic table and outdoor furniture. We can set up the tent to suit your needs, with doubles or singles up to four people, and will add the bits of furniture that best suit your needs too.  

It's all nestled in a generous plot by the Willow copse with views across Pembrokeshire. 

Check availability and book at our pitchup site

"Clover" - the bring-your-own-things, empty bell tent 

Named after the bee-friendly, soil feeding plant, the Clover bell tent comes ready pitched for you to settle in to with whatever you choose to bring along.

No need to pitch a tent or take it down at the end of a holiday, the Clover tent comes with a picnic table and a fire pit with a first bag of wood for free. You also get a free salad and herb patch with food for free. And it enjoys great views across Pembrokeshire on a lovely 20 metre x 20 metre pitch.

Check availability and book at our pitchup site

"Yarrow" - our bring-your-own-tent grass pitch  

Named after the plant that attracts wonderfully useful ladybirds, hoverflies and lacewings, our bring-your-own-tent pitch is a generous 20 metre x 20 metres.

Pitch up and enjoy panoramic views of Pembrokeshire, a fire pit and a picnic table all included in the price.

As with the other pitches, we provide your very own salad and herb patch with fresh food too, and the chance to buy more fresh food, eggs and wood on site.

Check availability and book at our pitchup site

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Walking

We're nestled on the foothills of the majestic, ancient Preseli hills, which have a long and rich neolithic history and are home of the Blue Stone that makes up parts of Stonehenge. There are footpaths all across it with beautiful walks and views. That includes footpaths right by us and lovely walks in all directions from our doorstep. And we're just fifteen minutes' stroll down the road to Llys-Y-Fran country park and outdoor activity centre. 

You can see the wealth of walking around us here, on Pembrokeshire County Council's fantastic interactive public rights of way map for the county. 

Cycling

We are a cyclist's heaven, with the Preseli hills and nearby woodlands providing all manner of cycling routes. The Llys-y-fran country park has a dedicated cycling route as well as red routes and pump tracks for the wilder bikers.

The area

There is so much to do and see around us so to make things easier, we're always happy to give advice and tips on what to do and where to go.

 

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Beaches and coasts

The famous Pembrokeshire coast is to the North, South and West of where we are.

 

We're just half an hour from some of Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastal areas, such as the beaches of Broadhaven, Newgale, Pwllgwaelod and Newport Sands or the incredible scenery of Dinas Island and the Pembrokeshire coast path. 

Places to visit and local amenities

We're not far from theme parks, iconic neolithic sites, ancient woodlands, stately homes, country parks, eco projects and much more. Take a look at the map at the bottom of this page for a taste of things to do within half an hour or so's drive of Patch of the Planet.

Just 3 miles up the road is Maenclochog, a bustly village with a lovely Welsh pub called The Globe, a well-stocked village shop and post office, two petrol stations, a cafe and a launderette. There are pubs and restaurants all around us, including Tafarn Sinc community-owned pub 3 miles in a different direction, in Rosebush.

The nearest train station, Clarbeston Road, is about 5 miles away whilst the main Pembrokeshire town of Haverfordwest is 10 miles, or fifteen minutes' drive away and offers a library, a cinema, leisure centre with pool, a castle, a lovely river front and larger shops.

For more independent shops, the pretty little town of Narberth is 13 miles away - less than half an hours' drive - with its art and antique shops , delicatessen, cafes, pubs, Queens Hall live music venue and swimming pool.

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Come and stay

If you have any questions, please send us an email to info@patchoftheplanet.co.uk.

And to keep up to date with all the news on our campsite and B&B, follow our "Patch of the Planet Holidays" Instagram page.

Sites of interest Map

Have a look at our map of some of the sites worth a visit during your stay. All are within around half an hours' drive from us, with many much less and some right on our doorstep. 

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