Glamping Pembrokeshire Wales
Ty Parke Camping and Yurt Holidays in Pembrokeshire, Wales is close to the north-west coast, surrounded by lovely beaches and ten minutes from St Davids. As well as three cosy yurts we have 12 camping pitches set out across a fully accessible 52 acre re-wilding project of pasture and young woodlands. Glamping and camping in a lovely, peaceful environment, with masses of space, great facilities and campfires.
- Close to breathtaking, unspoilt beaches
- 52 acres of private farm and woodland to enjoy and explore
- Just three amazing yurts and 12 camping pitches
- Cosy campfires on every pitch
- Pizza nights right through the summer!
- Five-star showers and facilities
- Undercover areas for rainy days
- Wetsuits, body boards and kayaks to borrow
Each yurt was made by us and provides a very comfortable alternative to normal camping. With double beds, wooden floors, wool and sheepskin rugs, wood burning stoves and fully equipped camp kitchens, it’s not really camping at all! Outside each yurt there’s a sitting out area and campfire place, which includes a specially made camping grill for BBQ’s. There are two ‘stargazer’ campfire benches, so you can enjoy the evening sky and and cosy campfires. Each yurt has a private use compost loo.
WILLOW BANK YURT
This delightful 20 ft yurt is one of our three hideaway yurts, tucked away in its own private location, close to a shallow babbling stream. From here you can explore the meandering paths through this wilder area of the farm, or help the children have fun damming the stream!
DINGLEY DELL YURT
This handsome 20 ft yurt is our most secluded yurt and is around 400 metres from the main facilities, on the wilder western edge of the farm. It is reached along its own private track that’s bordered by young alders. This is the place where you will see swifts, buzzards and from time to time red kites too. In the evening you might see our resident barn owl swooping over.
Foxgloves is our third hideaway yurt and it’s sited in a great sheltered spot on the edge of an area we call ‘the rough’ and close to the shallow stream that forms the boundary of our land. In the summer the yurt is surrounded by first foxgloves and then rosebay willow herb, so it’s very colourful and inviting spot.
EACH YURT includes
- Double bed
- Two single ‘twinkle’ day beds – which also make comfortable daytime seating
- Table and chairs and a wicker storage box for the futon bedding
- Wood-burning stove
- Wooden floor with rugs and sheepskins
A few steps from the yurt is the camp kitchen. It comes equipped with a two ring gas cooker, as well as a full range of utensils, crockery and cutlery.
There’s also a six-seater picnic table so you can choose whether to have meals in here or in the yurt.
There is also a large food storage chest and a cool box (replacement ice packs are in the chest freezer up at the showers). At night time the camp kitchen is lit up by twinkling solar-powered fairy lights. Outside the yurt there is a large grassed area where you can bask on sunny days and play games. There is also a campfire and BBQ area as well as two of our ‘stargazer seats’. So you can just sit back and enjoy the amazing starry sky.
CAMPFIRE BBQ AREA
There is a campfire/BBQ area and two of our ‘stargazer seats’ so you can sit back and savour the night sky. There’s no shortage of firewood for your campfire or wood burning stove. There’s a huge wood store up in the big barn and we sell locally made lump wood charcoal for your BBQ.
Discretely positioned a few metres from the yurt is one of our hand-crafted, dry composting loos. So now there’s no need for the dash to the main facilities! They work brilliantly but there are rules to be followed.
EXPLORING THE LOCAL AREA
- Pembrokeshire’s beautiful beaches and coastline, the sea, lovely little villages, art and craft galleries, historical relics, the peaceful countryside
- Coasteering or kayaking around one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world
- Walk the coastal path – the nearest start point from here is Porthgain, a five minute drive away
- Explore St Davids the smallest city in the UK with its magnificent cathedral and Bishops Palace
- Cycle along quiet country lanes. One of our favourite cycle rides is to Solva, via Middle Mill. It’s 6.5 miles, mostly flat and all on quiet lanes. A pint in the Harbour Inn, or a paddle if the tide is in, then home!
- Browse art and craft galleries and take home a little piece of Pembrokeshire. This area is home to dozens of artists and craftsmen
- Take a stroll around the farm. We have about two kilometres of footpaths to explore. On the western and northern fringes of our land is an area we call ‘the rough’ that runs alongside the stream. It’s a real haven for nature, undisturbed, somewhat wild and good place for quiet contemplation
CAMPING PITCHES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT TY PARKE
PRICES per Yurt
2 nights Weekend Breaks from £230
3 night Weekend Breaks from £320
Mid-week Breaks from £190
Two nights £190
Three nights £280
Four nights £370
Week long breaks from £560 per week
2 night minimum stays