The Pembrokeshire Coast is the perfect place to enjoy a glamping holiday, it’s easy to see why, the beaches, the countryside, and the dynamic seaside landscape. There are now loads of good glamping sites to try, here are a few of the best options when considering glamping in Tenby.
Becks Bay Glamping and Camping is tucked in next to an isolated cove just 1 mile West of Tenby’s South Beach and a 15-minute walk to the stunning Lydstep Bay. Here they are passionate about providing a beautiful place to camp for a real adventure holiday. They welcome glampers, campers, campervans, and trailer tents. They also welcome children, and dogs, and allow campfires.
Why not book one of their bell tents which they will furnish for you so that you can camp in style. They provide a comfy mattress and bedding. They furnish all of their tents to the highest standard for a luxury camping experience. Each tent also comes with a picnic table, BBQ/firepit, and cooking equipment inc kettle, frying pan, saucepan, etc and all the essential crockery required. They also provide lighting so all you need is a towel, but they do recommend you bring your own torch as a backup.
This hut features a private garden in its own field and comes with a flushing toilet and hot shower (ensuite), double bed, log burner, kitchen, fridge freezer, gas hob, toaster, and cooking equipment, BBQ/ firepit outside and outside seating. The coast path is a short walk across 2 fields, which provides a great base for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast path and sublime beaches of Tenby, Lydstep, Manorbier, and Caldey Island. The hut is in the valley below Bubbleton Farm where they have a lovely farm shop and a cafe.
Headland Escape is a family-run bespoke glamping accommodation site located on the stunning Pembrokeshire coast. They have awe-inspiring sea views and are just 4 miles outside of Tenby, West Wales. There are so many beaches to explore along the famous Pembrokeshire coast path which runs right behind the site.
The yurts are ideal for a magical couple’s getaway surrounded by verdant fields and scenic countryside views in this quiet corner of Lydstep. Relax in front of the wood burner or lay back in your private hot tub after exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which lies just down the lane. Gaze up at the stars through the fascinating lantern ceiling or take a dip in your private hot tub.
Brand new for 2021, the shepherd huts provide couples with an idyllic countryside setting to relax and unwind. A self-contained miniature home with a cosseting living space and integrated facilities. A private hot tub and panoramic sea views.
Located between the village of St Florence and the town of Tenby in beautiful south Pembrokeshire.
Their tree house, hobbit house, and safari tent season runs from Easter to October half term each year. Their yurts and camping pitches are open from May to the end of September.
The beautiful Mongolian yurts are fully furnished with private eco wood-burning hot tubs, offering an authentic Nomad experience with a touch of luxury. These yurts offer a high level of comfort giving a warmer, drier ‘glamping’ experience in the stunning Pembrokeshire countryside. Sited on raised wooden platforms, they are beautifully furnished with quality beds, futons, rugs, cushions, and sheepskins to add to the homely ambience. The yurts are heated by a wood-burning stove which adds to their warmth and cosiness. Each yurt accommodates 4 people with one double bed and two single futons.
In your private, fully equipped canvas-covered camp kitchen you’ll find a gas cooker and all the utensils you will need for your glamping break. Your campfire and picnic bench are just perfect for al fresco dining and spending proper quality family time together. Your private garden space is ideal for sunbathing and playing games and each yurt has its own outside compost toilet, along with family communal showers close by onsite.
Large freezers are available at the shower block where ice packs and blocks can be frozen and replenished to go in your cool boxes. Private charging lockers are also available to recharge your electrical items, which can be locked away safely. The yurts are dog friendly so the whole family can enjoy your glamping holiday in Pembrokeshire, with an additional cost of £40 for a dog.
These four quirky grass-roofed ‘hobbit houses’ at Florence Springs Glamping Village are so unique and fun! Escape every day and get back to nature in the comfort and luxury of your own private wooden cabin; each hobbit house is fully furnished, bursting with character, and has its own private hot tub for soaking away under the star-kissed Pembrokeshire skies.
These wonderfully quirky hobbit houses offer a unique take on a glamping pod with rustic wooden exteriors and charming round windows and doors. With natural grass and flower roofs, the houses simply blend into the beautiful surrounding environment. They are really cosy with fully insulated rooves and walls along with internal log burners.
Each house sleeps a maximum of 6 people between the double bed in the private bedroom and the cabinet bunk beds & 2 single sofa beds in the living area. The 2 single beds can also be joined to make a double bed (maximum of 4 adults per hobbit house). Each hobbit house has a private garden, small rear decking with seating, eco wood-burner hot tub, covered rustic wood kitchen (fully equipped), gas BBQ with hob, picnic table, campfire, stargazing benches, and even a private outdoor shower and compost toilet. They have internal and external solar-powered lights, along with a USB solar charging station, ideal for charging mobiles and devices.
Discover their two stylish and luxurious safari tents just perfect for a relaxing break for couples or the whole family. You’ll find the safari tents are in between the traditional yurts and luxury lodges, offering electricity, indoor kitchens, and shower rooms, and even flat-screen televisions!
Internally, the spacious safari tents have one double bed, twin beds, and a king-size raised cabin bed, as well as an open plan living area with TV, log burner, dining area, sofas, a fully-equipped galley kitchen, and a shower room with toilet and basin. Externally you’ll enjoy a spacious veranda with garden furniture for relaxing in the great outdoors as well as a stargazing bench, BBQ and a private electric hot tub.
There are two skillfully crafted Pembrokeshire treehouses that sit high up in the canopies at Florence Springs. The two treehouses were built by local carpenters for an authentic Pembrokeshire experience and have lots of quirky and fun features for the family to enjoy, including their very own slides down to the ground!
Your gorgeous balcony is set 8 feet off the ground, giving you lovely private rural views over your own garden and outdoor facilities. With private gardens, eco wood-burning hot tubs, campfires, star-gazing benches, fire pits, BBQs, fully-equipped outdoor kitchens, and internal log burners, there’s so much more to the treehouse experience than just cosy accommodation. You even have your own compost toilet for a truly ‘outdoor’ glamping experience! (But don’t worry, there’s also a shower block with ‘proper’ toilets!)
Situated next to a working farm and less than 5 miles from Tenby, Apple Camping is an ideal base from which to explore Pembrokeshire, its local activities, and attractions. Apple Camping is an alternative Tenby glamping site that has a continually evolving and very eclectic collection of accommodation options available, some of which are totally unique to the U.K. including:
The UFO, (flying saucer) the JetStar private jet, an Airbus commercial aircraft, Geodesic Domes, (including The Pac-Man) Yurts, Bell-Tents, and the Witch’s Hat.
The JetStar is a converted private jet containing many original features, including a fully functional cockpit with the addition of an Xbox 360 with flight games that you can play whilst sitting in the pilot or co-pilot’s seat. The main fuselage seats 9 people on 6 leather seats with walnut inlaid dropdown tables and a leather sofa. There is a drinks preparation area surrounded by classic 70’s mirrors and padded leather upholstery.
A lavatory and cold water sink at the rear of the plane are still operational. There is a double bedroom attached to the rear of the plane. On the aircraft, there is a single bed behind the cockpit which is 5’7″ or 170 cm so less suited for tall people. The leather sofa is 6’4″ and makes an adequate single bed. The plane is well heated and there are plug sockets available for chargers.
Let us know if you have ever tried glamping in or around Tenby in the comments.