If you’re thinking of going glamping in Pembrokeshire, then you’re in for a real treat as there’s an amazing selection of places to choose from.
So many, in fact, that you’ll probably struggle to choose just one place.
But don’t worry because that’s where I come in: to help you narrow down the best places to stay!
From treehouses and yurts to shepherds huts and geodomes, here are 35 amazing glamping holidays in Pembrokeshire.
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Newchapel, nr Newcastle Emlyn
If Ffynone Bach Lodge doesn’t immediately catch your eye, we’re not the same person.
From the impressive two-storey structure to the wood-fired hot tub, there’s so much to love about it.
The lodge is surrounded by trails, footpaths and waterfalls galore, so your surroundings are pretty special too.
However, rest assured that when you return to your lodge after a day’s exploring, that you’re returning to luxury.
The beautiful interiors are cosy and oh-so-homely!
What guests say: “We had a wonderful stay at Ffynone Bach – the accommodation was really thoughtfully put together, with personal and appreciated touches throughout. The wood-fired hot tub was amazing, it was so nice to sit out in the evening in the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings. Well located with easy access to beautiful beaches and walks.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Llandissilio, nr Narbeth
Surrounded by woodlands, a stream and far-reaching views of the countryside, The Pembrokeshire Retreat Shepherds Hut is a rural ‘retreat’ like no other.
The absence of Wi-Fi will force you to reconnect with the natural world (and with your partner!) without the constant distraction of modern life.
Inside the shepherds hut, you’ll find a cosy double bed, ensuite bathroom, kitchen and living area, all of which enjoy those same magnificent views.
The party continues outside with a table and chairs, bench, BBQ, and an inflatable hot tub (charged at £50 extra per stay).
What guests say: “Absolutely beautiful shepherds hut. The couple who ran the retreat were so welcoming and accommodating and made us feel right at home. The hut was cute and practical, the kitchen was better equipped than the one I have at home! They provided us will all the wood for the fire and even gave us some food bits and bobs to get us started.”
Price per night: From £275 for 8 people
Location: Rosemarket, nr Neyland
Looking to go glamping in Pembrokeshire with a big group of people?
Whether it’s a family reunion, a hen do or just a friends get together, Cwtch Woodland Camp is the place for you.
Only available for exclusive hire of the entire three-acre site, there are three cabins to spread yourselves across: Ty Cwtch (sleeping four people) and Caban Bach and Caban Cariad (sleeping two people).
The latter two pods are romantic and ideal for couples, while the former pod comprises a double-size bunk bed, great for smaller humans, whether young or old.
And the beauty of Cwtch Woodland Camp is that with exclusive site hire, you don’t need to worry about disturbing other guests!
What guests say: “The campsite itself is a lovely little world of its own. Peaceful and private. The rooms are all very comfortable, the shower is warm, as is the sauna (forgot about that which was a nice surprise on arrival). Plenty of woodland to explore for children, we just needed more time at the campsite to make the most of it.”
4. Heather Hut
Price per night: From £70 for 3 people
Location: Nolton, nr Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire is teeming with natural beauty, and the surroundings of Heather Hut are no exception.
Don’t get me wrong, the hut warrants a stay in its own right but I’m sure you won’t want to spend too much time inside when the surrounding scenery is this beautiful.
Heather Hut overlooks St Brides Bay and sleeps three people across one double bed and one single bed.
This makes it ideal for families, couples and groups of friends alike!
The hut also houses a kitchen and en-suite bathroom, with communal showers just a short walk away.
What guests say: “We had an amazing stay at Heather Hut – it is so idyllic and peaceful. Ideal base to visit the beautiful surrounding areas in Pembrokeshire. The hut is super cute and has all you need for a comfortable stay. Such beautiful views around the hut – we watched the sunset over St Brides Bay.”
Price per night: From £150 for 4 people
Location: Cresswell Quay, nr Saundersfoot
So you spent your childhood dreaming about summer camp in America?
Well, finally you can live out your dream at Kingfisher Houseboat.
Comprising a king-sized bedroom with water views, an open-plan kitchen and living room, a wood burner, BBQ, Canadian canoe, bean bags, an outdoor hanging seat, and so much more, you’ll be left wanting for absolutely nothing in this houseboat.
You can either make this holiday a romantic retreat for two or a family/friends holiday, depending on whether you use the double sofa bed.
Either way, you’re guaranteed an amazing stay.
Top tip: request a breakfast hamper ahead of arrival so you can tuck into a continental or full English breakfast sourced from local producers. Yum!
What guests say: “The Kingfisher houseboat was beautifully arranged with everything we needed. Waking each morning and looking out onto a beautiful small lake full of wildlife, ducks, moorhens, and dragonflies was a joy for me. My sons and I also swam in the lake every day and canoed around the small island. It was idyllic.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2-4 people
Location: Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Situated near the colourful seaside town of Tenby, there’s plenty to see and do at Beavers Retreat Geodomes.
Each dome is equipped with a double bed with crisp cotton bedding to ensure a comfortable and cosy nights sleep.
If you want to go away with friends or family, you also have the option of a sofa bed, with full bedding provided if needed.
Each dome also has its own private wood-fired hot tub, indoor log burner, gas hob and oven, and private picnic table and BBQ.
However, perhaps my favourite thing about Beavers Retreat is that they offer alpaca trekking.
Yep, that’s right, alpaca trekking!
What guests say: “Cracking holiday, it didn’t disappoint, from the huge amount of space inside to the hot tub and indoor stove. All were excellent additions to what is an already incredible place to have a break from busy life. Iwan was an incredible help as always, only a phone call away.”
Price per night: From £128 for 2 people
Location: Lydstep, nr Tenby
If romance is what you want from your Pembrokeshire glamping holiday, romance is exactly what you’ll get at Headland Escape Shepherds Huts.
The bespoke shepherds huts are finished to an exceptional standard with all the home comforts you could dream of, including a king-size bed, underfloor heating, wood-burner, kitchen, and an en-suite bathroom.
And of course, that’s not to forget the dreamy wood-fired hot tub that awaits you outside!
However, my favourite thing about the huts has to be the large windows that open out from your bed, so you can enjoy panoramic sea views even while cosied up under your duvet.
What guests say: “Beautiful setting with views to die for from the comfiest bed I’ve ever slept in. The attention to detail is second to none and we were greeted with a bottle of prosecco, welsh cakes, tea, coffee and milk, such lovely little touches. We cant wait to book again.”
Price per night: From £124 for 4 people
Location: Lydstep, nr Tenby
Yurts are the perfect place to completely disconnect from the hustle and bustle of modern life – and Headland Escape Yurts is no exception!
Leave your phones at the door and get ready to experience life at a slower pace.
(I promise you won’t regret it!)
As you can see from their shepherds huts, Headland Escape goes over and above when it comes to quality, and the same goes for their yurts.
Expect luxurious bedding, wood-fired hot tubs, and private bathrooms all to yourselves.
Dreamy or what?!
What guests say: “We had a fantastic week staying in Poppy. The yurt is beautifully finished, the log burner was well used by us as it gets cold in the nights as you’d expect, so bring layers! Toilet, shower, cooking and washing up facilities were all great, lovely hot showers, everything you need is provided.”
Price per night: From £85 for 4 people
Location: Mathry, nr St Davids
If you’re looking for one of the most unique places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire, then look no further than Preseli Geodome.
Nestled in a peaceful woodland valley on the Pembrokeshire Coast, this geodesic dome is pure magic.
The dome houses a cosy double bed, a crackling wood-burning stove, and twinkling fairy lights.
It’s pretty much the recipe for romance – but kids will love the dome too.
An additional single bed and a fold-out single sofa bed turn this romantic retreat into a family getaway if required.
Outside, you’ll also find sun-loungers, a fire pit for campfires, a separate fire bowl with a grill for cooking, and a picnic table.
What guests say: “The dome is very well equipped with electricity, a kettle bedsheets and cosy seating, all very welcome surprises. There’s a window in the dome above the double bed where we saw several shooting stars during our stay. Lovely, clean facilities too.”
Price per night: From £75 for 4 people
Location: Carnhedrynn, nr St Davids
Speaking of unique, a stay in Rolo’s Retreat Horse Lorry isn’t something you’ll forget anytime soon!
When you think of a horse lorry, ‘luxury’ might not be the first thought that pops into your head but this horse lorry isn’t basic by any stretch of the imagination.
For a small space, the lorry houses a lot, including a double bed, kitchen, dining area and living area.
Outside, you’ll also soon discover a picnic table, BBQ and outdoor shower from which you can acquaint yourself with mother nature.
The toilet and indoor shower facilities are located nearby in the converted milking parlour.
What guests say: “This was one of the most incredible places we’ve ever stayed! It was PERFECT! Jacky and Ian are both such lovely people and perfect hosts – they even left us some carrot cake and a little note when we arrived! The accommodation is amazing – the attention to detail is amazing – we couldn’t fault a thing.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Bwlch-y-groes, nr Crymych
As far as shepherds huts go, Damselfly Shepherds Hut is pretty much as cute as they come.
I mean, it doesn’t get much more adorable than this, right?
The hut is seriously modern and well-equipped with a double bed, kitchen, living area, wood burner, and en-suite bathroom.
It’s so perfectly self-contained that you’ll be wishing for a rainy day just so you have an excuse to hunker down and enjoy all the hut’s lovely nooks and crannies.
However, when you do venture outside, you’ll get to enjoy a wildlife garden and pond, both abundant in wildlife.
What guests say: “Walking up to the shepherd’s huts is a delight in itself, wandering through an apple orchard, past geese and homegrown vegetables and finally through a garden of wildflowers. The thought and attention to detail that has gone into the huts is incredible. From the underfloor heating to the plethora of books and games to the super soft towels and bedding.”
Price per night: From £75 for 4 people
Location: Penally, nr Tenby
Looking to disconnect from work and reconnect with nature?
Well, you’ll be able to do exactly that at Becks Bay Bell Tents.
On-site, there are three family bell tents to choose from (set up as one double bed and two singles).
However, if you’re travelling with your partner, they can also be set up as a spacious couple’s getaway.
Furnished to the highest standard for the luxury camping experience, each tent benefits from ample seating and storage space.
Outside, you also have a personal picnic table, BBQ, fire pit and cooking equipment so you can cook and eat alfresco.
What guests say: “I can honestly say it was the best camping trip ever! We couldn’t have asked for more! So much thought and care has gone into the facilities Clean showers and toilets, fire pits, barbecues, well-stocked kitchen areas, a pizza oven, hammocks, a farm shop and cafe selling local produce and fresh vegetables, plus farm animals.”
Price per night: From £170 for 4 people
Location: Templeton, nr Narbeth
With a slide and a hot tub, this treehouse is sure to impress both kids and adults alike.
However, the outdoor fun doesn’t stop there.
The treehouse is situated in a private mill garden with a pond and rowing boat, a fire pit for cosy evenings toasting marshmallows, a kitchen area, and a swinging sofa and loungers for stargazing.
And inside, the story is much the same!
The interior is ridiculously cosy and well-designed, but my favourite thing about it has to be that everything was made from recycled and re-used treasures.
What guests say: “Made my dreams of living in the Swiss Family Robinson treehouse a reality! Had a wonderful time with my two kids who spent hours on the rope swing and the boat. We were in awe of the various inventions in the treehouse and hideaways in the trees around the pond.”
14. Spodnic UFO
Price per night: From £140 for 4 people
Location: Templeton, nr Narbeth
If Spodnic UFO wins the award for anything, it’s for being the most unique place to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
I mean, how many people can say they’ve slept in a UFO, after all?
This romantic intergalactic glamping pod sleeps two adults and two children across a double bed and a handmade sofa that transforms into bunk beds!
Inside, you’ll also find a TV and a fitted heater, and outside, you’ll discover your fully-equipped kitchen and dining table.
Spodnic UFO also comes with all sorts of other surprises, such as a clear stargazing dome and a private bathroom that’s housed in none other than a Doctor Who-style police box.
And to make things even better, there’s also a hot tub for you to soak in to your heart’s content!
What guests say: “I booked Spodnic as a surprise trip for my partners birthday and just to see the look on his face when we arrived was amazing! Spodnic was so special and such an unusual, one of a kind experience. It was so peaceful and the private hot tub was an added bonus!”
Price per night: From £132 for 2 people
Location: Reynalton, nr Begelly
If you’re looking for one of the most romantic glamping holidays in Pembrokeshire, you’ll fall head over heels for Pembrokeshire Barn Farm Shepherds Huts.
Pembrokeshire Barn Farm is home to not one, not two, not three, but four shepherds huts for you to choose from.
Adorably coloured in teal, blue, pale green and lilac, all the shepherds huts benefit from great facilities, including a private hot tub.
You also get a double bed, kitchen, living and dining area, underfloor heating and an en-suite bathroom.
What more could you ask for?!
What guests say: “It was a fantastic weekend! Cosy and clean hut where you can find everything you need to relax. Totally recommend this place!”
16. Haven Pod
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Haven Pod is one of my absolute favourite places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire because it’s, well, floating on water, isn’t it?
I mean, how cool is that?!
Located in the tranquil waters of Neyland Marina, this floating eco-cabin not only has beyond beautiful views but it has a well kitted-out interior too.
We’re talking a double bed, kitchenette, spacious sofa, TV, and a fold-away dining table and chairs.
All you’re missing is a toilet and shower which you’ll find just a short walk away.
However, of course, the highlight of the pod is your private decking where I can guarantee you’ll be spending 99% of your time!
What guests say: “What an amazing stay! A wonderful little pod – we will definitely be back and we have recommended highly to family and friends. Waking up to otters, herons, owls and swans! It is so peaceful. The pod is immaculately clean and a wonderful little place to stay. We didn’t want to leave.”
17. Lottie the Lorry
Price per night: From £65 for 2 people
Location: Carnhedryn, nr St Davids
Lottie the Lorry is one of the most unique places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
This eclectic recycled lorry has travelled as far and wide as Budapest and Morocco but she’s now settled down in little old Pembrokeshire so you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind glamping holiday.
Not only is her name completely adorable but her interior is the same.
Step inside to a cosy, simple hideaway that will instantly make you forget about all the stresses of the modern world.
Inside, there’s a raised double cabin bed, a log burning stove and a kitchenette.
And a short walk away you’ll find a separate private bathroom.
What guests say: “My husband and I stayed here in Lottie a few weeks ago. Excellent site in a field with nature all around. Well worth staying and plenty to visit fairly nearby. Great stay!”
Price per night: From £110 for 4 people
Location: Dale, nr Haverfordwest
Point Farm Shepherds Huts are simple yet wonderful.
There are two huts on-site, Tawny and Puffin, both of which are handcrafted and fully equipped with everything you could need for a relaxing self-catering stay.
Ideal for family getaways, Tawny has a king-size bed, a single bed and a bench bed, while Puffin has a king-size bed and a double bunk bed.
If you choose Puffin, you’ll also be paying for the privilege of an en-suite bathroom but there’s lots to shout about in both huts!
However, it’s the views of rolling hills that really make a stay here worth it.
What guests say: “We had a fabulous, relaxing time. The hut is clean, cosy and comfortable, and the outdoor kitchen has everything you could possibly need. They are sat in the most wonderful position where you could see the sea through the trees and it is so peaceful there.”
Price per night: From £50 for 2 people
Location: Square and Compass, nr St Davids
Calling all water babies and beach bums – this one’s for you!
Whether you love the sea (or just love sea views), Cysgod Y Nos Glamping Pod delivers on both fronts.
At Cysgod Y Nos, you’re just a stone’s throw from beaches and harbours galore, where you can walk, relax, kayak and surf to your heart’s content.
However, for those who just want to stay in their pod, there are certainly worse places to do it.
The pod houses a cosy double bed, impressive kitchen, an en-suite bathroom, and a surprisingly spacious dining and living area with a TV.
However, of course, the highlight of the pod is the decking out front where you can enjoy good views galore!
What guests say: “The most wonderful place we have ever stayed in with stunning views and a very warm welcome. The owners had thought of everything to make our stay comfortable. The best part was returning to Cysgod Y Nos to relax and unwind watching the sunsets and then wait to see the stars.”
20. Cwt Gwyrdd Camp
Price per night: From £145 for 6 people
Location: Eglwyswen, nr Eglwyswrw
Cwt Gwyrdd Camp gets a lot of brownie points in my book.
Firstly, it’s ridiculously cheap for what you get.
Secondly, you get a real variety of accommodation options: a shepherds hut, pod, and a bell tent.
Thirdly, the outdoor decking of the shepherds hut is to die for!
And lastly, you get the whole camp to yourselves – and that’s a real bonus.
Whether you’re a family, a group of friends, or three couples, you’re guaranteed a great stay at Cwt Gwyrdd Camp.
However, if it’s just the two of you, you can stay in their shepherds hut all year round for £90 per night.
What guests say: “Cwt Gwyrdd is a magical place. Having the whole site to ourselves meant we could totally relax during our stay. Lucie provided everything one could possibly need and more. The shepherds hut and cabin were beautifully decorated, really cosy and great to snuggle in when it rained. The site was really peaceful.”
Price per night: £80 for 2 people, £85 for 3 people and £90 for 4 people
Location: Lamphey, nr Pembroke
Dewslake Glamping Cabins are pretty back-to-basics as far as glamping accommodation is concerned, but that only means that you get to embrace nature even more!
Fully insulated and double glazed, the cosy cabins benefit from lights, heating and power sockets so you’re not roughing it at all.
Inside, you’ll just find a raised double bed; however, you can request additional camp beds for children if needed.
Outside your cabin is a fire pit/BBQ and a picnic bench, and the toilet/shower block is a 100-metre walk across a field.
However, if you’re not a big fan of the cabins, Dewslake also has bell tents on-site for the same price and with similar credentials.
What guests say: “Dewslake have outdone themselves. The cabin pods were fantastic with a fire pit, all kitchen appliances and just so lovely to sit out and watch the sunrise and sunset. Everyone at Dewslake is so friendly and the pancakes from bubbling cauldron were *chefs kiss*.”
Price per night: From £200 for 4 people
Location: Lawrenny, nr Pembroke
I’m a real sucker for a geodome which is why The Little Retreat Geodomes is one of my all-time favourite places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
Set in a peaceful walled garden of The Lawrenny Park Estate, the four luxury domes each come with their own private wood-fired hot tub, bathroom and kitchen.
But don’t worry about cooking for yourself (it’s your holiday, after all) because on-site you’ll find Annwn, Chef Matt Powell’s restaurant which serves up delicious seasonal food.
Inside each dome, you’ll also find a cosy wood-burner, coffee machine, Smart TV, and Wi-Fi.
It’s safe to say you’ll be left wanting for nothing!
What guests say: “Beautiful place! Gorgeous domes – very comfortable beds, spacious with all amenities needed. Wood-fired hot tub was a big success! Very clean bathroom with hot shower and heated towel rail which was very handy for drying things quickly. Very clean kitchen with everything you need for a comfortable stay. We used the BBQ and fire pit every night.”
Price per night: From £51 for 4 people
Location: Maidenwells, nr Pembroke
That wood-fired hot tub is calling my name!
With prices starting from less than £13 a night per person, you’d be silly to not be rushing to book a stay at Greenfields Farm Shepherds Hut.
Aside from the wood-fired hot tub (which costs an extra £25 per stay), the hut also benefits from a fixed double and single bed with a second pull-out single bed, and wooden folding tables and chairs.
Toilet and shower facilities are a short walk away.
Outside the hut, you’ll also discover a 30-foot play barn with table football, a pool table, art materials, musical instruments, board games, DVDs and more!
Venture further afield to their newly planted cider orchard and you’ll be able to interact with alpacas, goats, miniature pigs, lambs, hens and donkeys.
What guests say: “We were lucky enough to have full use of the amazing, immaculately clean facilities all to ourselves! The tiny little details all made for a really enjoyable stay, such as warm fresh eggs straight from the chicken shed in the morning, the amount of time and thought that had gone into the decor of the hut, and even the personalised welcome sign!”
Price per night: From £145 for 6 people
Just a stone’s throw from Tenby, you’re certainly not limited on things to do here but actually, the treehouse is so wonderful that you probably won’t want to leave.
With a wood-fired hot tub, slide, swing bench, a BBQ, fire pit and more outside, it’s an outdoor haven.
Inside, the treehouse is simple but well-equipped with everything you could need for a comfortable break.
What guests say: “Wow! What a treat. We absolutely loved it. The rangers are fabulous and so helpful. The treehouse itself was fabulous and the kids had a whale of a time playing around the outside of the treehouse, there’s just so much space for them to run around! They especially loved the slide down from the balcony!”
Price per night: From £115 for 2 people
Colourful, quirky and eclectic, River Hideaway Shepherds Hut is one of the most spacious shepherds huts on this list!
There’s so much to discover inside including a double bedroom, kitchen and dining area, wood-burning stove and fireside chair, and spacious bathroom.
However, my favourite thing about the hut is the spacious wraparound deck which is unheard of as far as shepherds huts go!
And on that deck, you can enjoy a dip in your private hot tub.
But if you do venture further afield, you have 40 acres of meadows, woodland, salt marsh and riverbank to discover right on your doorstep.
What guests say: “Such a refreshing and relaxing holiday. The hot tub was a huge bonus and used every day – rain or shine. The welcome pack was such a treat – could not have asked for more. Loved the decor and the veranda – where we ate and simply relaxed. Everything spotlessly clean too.”
26. Mill Haven Yurts
Price per night: From £79 for 4 people
Location: Talbenny, nr Haverfordwest
Mill Haven Yurts is the perfect place to leave all your worries at the door and unwind.
There are three Mongolian yurts on-site with internal flooring, comfy king-size beds, wood-burning stoves and two sofa chair beds.
The yurts share two hot showers, a family shower room, two flushing toilets, and a compost loo for those who want to give back to the earth.
Each yurt also has a campfire, fire pit and picnic table, so you can enjoy the outdoors as much as possible!
However, if the yurts don’t take your fancy, you can also choose to stay in their gypsy caravan.
What guests say: “Absolutely amazing! The yurt was beautiful, the grounds were beautiful and the kitchen area was fantastic. We had our own area so we’re completely away from everyone else! The showers were better than my one at home haha. Lovely and warm and really powerful.”
Price per night: From £140 for 4 people
Location: St Petrox, nr Pembroke
Sky Meadow Glamping was on Airbnb’s ‘Top 5 UK Wishlist’ in 2021 which is reason enough to visit, right?
With beautiful views and mod-cons aplenty, there are endless reasons to book a stay here.
From the bubbling hot tub and outdoor dining area to the proper kitchen, two Smart TVs and super-fast Wi-Fi, these pods take luxury to a whole new level.
And if that’s somehow not reason enough to stay here, why not go and read all their glowing five-star reviews?!
What guests say: “Superb stay. Can’t knock anything about this place, an experience clearly created by a family who want your stay to be as perfect as possible. Really nice little touches. Very clean, amazing facilities, great location. Can’t rate this place enough!”
Price per night: From £70 for 2 people
Location: Begelly, nr Saundersfoot
Cheap but more than just cheerful, The Buttles Glamping Pod is one of the most wallet-friendly places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
This self-contained pod houses all you could need, including a comfy double bed, en-suite bathroom, TV, Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, kettle, dining area, and your own outdoor picnic space.
Or if you fancy something a little different, you can book a stay in their shepherds hut instead.
What guests say: “We could not fault our stay! The pod was very modern, comfortable, clean. The decor was great and we really felt at home. Nice touches from the hosts too – there were chocolate eggs and Welsh cakes and fresh milk and water waiting for us.”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Brawdy, nr St Davids
Y Cwt Cwtch Shepherd’s Hut is a simple yet romantic bolthole by the coast.
The self-contained space houses a dining table and seating on to which the bed folds out from the wall, a kitchen, a wood-burner and an en-suite bathroom.
Known as ‘the cuddle hut’, Y Cwt Cwtch is romantic through-and-through, and you’re sure to leave the hut feeling even more loved up than you were when you arrived.
However, if their shepherds hut doesn’t take your fancy then you can stay in Spiggy Holes the Summerhouse instead.
What guests say: “We absolutely loved our time in this beautiful little shepherds hut. It’s really cosy and comfortable and has everything you need. It’s perfectly placed in a secluded spot. Ian and Liz have added some nice touches like Welsh ales and cakes on arrival and a handy guidebook.”
Price per night: From £100 for 4 people
Location: Boncath, Pembrokeshire
Geodomes are easily one of my all-time favourite glamping options.
I mean, you can’t really find anything more unique than this, can you?
Well, if you’re also a huge fan of geodomes, then you’re in luck because Top of the Woods Nature Domes are not only well-equipped but they’re also pretty affordable too.
With prices starting from just £25 per person a night, a stay here is pretty much a no-brainer.
The domes themselves are pretty simple but that doesn’t make them any less special.
Plus, they’re equipped with everything you could need and more for a comfortable stay!
What guests say: “The location is stunning… literally in the middle of nowhere with just stunning scenery for company. The set-up at TOTW is absolutely spot on, they have thought of everything. The outdoor kitchen facilities had all we needed, including brilliant knives (who doesn’t appreciate a sharp kitchen knife!) and the pods were spacious. Woodburners great for warmth in the evening.”
Price per night: From £103 for 2 people
Location: Moylgrove, nr Cardigan
The surprisingly spacious Douglas and Birch Hut is ridiculously cute and well-equipped.
With big windows for light and sunsets to stream through, the hut is the perfect place to disconnect from modern life and reconnect with nature.
Surrounded by its own gorgeous garden, with a fire pit and a hammock for two, there’s nothing left for you to do other than kick back and relax.
The bespoke built hut benefits from a beautiful king-size bed with Egyptian cotton sheets, big fluffy white towels, a lovely bathroom, and kitchen space.
The kitchen is also lovingly stocked with homemade bread, tea, fresh coffee, fresh eggs, organic local milk, orange juice, and butter.
What guests say: “Everything was perfect. I have no words to describe how peaceful and regenerating this place is. Left after 6 days feeling like a new person. Would recommend it to anyone that is looking for an escape from the stress of everyday city life. Clean, cosy and welcoming is how I would describe the hut. Being surrounded by nature and loving animals and pets was my favourite part of the stay.”
Price per night: From £68 for 2 people
Location: Pentre Galar, Pembrokeshire
Nestled within the magnificent Preseli mountains and on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, you’ll find Y Caban Bach Glamping Pod.
This pod is all kinds of cute and is well-equipped for everything you could need for a comfortable stay.
Inside you have power, a double bed and a small table with two chairs.
There’s also a private compost loo and kitchenette just outside.
But most importantly, you also have a lovely outdoor dining area so you can enjoy all your meals (and some drinks!) alfresco.
I mean, when the surroundings are this beautiful, it’d be rude not to, right?
What guests say: “This is a little gem of a place. The cabin is so comfortable and cosy – its superb insulation makes it really warm and sheltered from the elements even in the cold weather. There are some lovely little touches including a mini bottle of prosecco on arrival and a gorgeous home cooked flapjack. I love the picturesque views from the cabin straight out the old quarry on the hill.”
33. Y Panorama Bus
Price per night: From £82 for 4 people
Location: Pentre Galar, Pembrokeshire
If you like the sound of the glamping pod above but fancy somewhere with a little more space, then look no further than Y Panorama Bus which is set on the same picturesque site as the pod.
Full of charm and character, this lovingly converted 1968 Bedford Plaxton Panorama bus makes the perfect holiday home for anywhere between two and four people.
The bus comprises a kitchen, ample seating, a wood burner, a double bed, and a large futon sofa bed.
I’m personally already daydreaming about watching the world go by from the double bed – the expansive windows really allow the views to flood in!
What guests say: “What an absolutely blissful place to stay. Alice and Gilly are so welcoming and have really thought about all the little touches – from Prosecco and granola bars on arrival; environmentally friendly shampoo, conditioner and shower gel in the shower room; and well laid out information. We had a beautiful time, relaxed and re-energised, scritched neighbouring friendly cows and had plenty of fresh air.”
Price per night: From £159 for 2 people
Location: Redberth, nr Tenby
Apple Camping is one of the most unique places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
Not only is it home to the Jet Star plane above but it’s also home to 11 other glamping options, including a UFO, submarine, geodomes, yurts, and more…
But today we’re here to talk about the most unique option of them all: the Jet Star!
Originally carrying up to nine passengers, the aircraft was built in the 1970s and still has its original features intact.
We’re talking a lit bar area, cockpit with Xbox and games (because who doesn’t want to pretend to fly a plane?!), and a first-class ship cabin for a double bedroom.
What guests say: “We loved our stay and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone wanting a bit of fun. The cabin has plush leather seats, fold-down tables and the occasional period telephone. It’s fun to sit in the seats and pretend you have lots of money and are flying off to Vegas. Great fun.”
Price per night: From £160 for 2 people
Location: Pelcomb Bridge, nr Haverfordwest
Last but absolutely by no means least, The Hive-away Twin Pod is more than just your average glamping pod.
With a twin design and a hot tub, it’s an upgrade from your average tiny pod!
The pod is spacious with a king-size bed, fully-fitted kitchen and dining area, sofa, TV, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom to spread yourselves across.
Luxurious bathrobes are provided for your comfort, and honey from their bees and eggs from their chickens can be arranged on request.
What guests say: “If I could give the Hive-Away a 6* review, I would. One of the most idyllic, romantic, relaxing and cosy little places to be. Sharon went above and beyond giving us fresh flowers, eggs, local honey and even a Christmas card! The attention to detail in the Hive-Away is second to none.”
Quick Breakdown of the Best Glamping Sites in Pembrokeshire
As you can see, there are so many amazing places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire.
So much so that I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!
That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted six of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.
The cheapest glamping site in Pembrokeshire: Cysgod Y Nos Glamping Pod
Most luxurious glamping site in Pembrokeshire: Sky Meadow Glamping
Most unique glamping site in Pembrokeshire: Spodnic UFO
Best glamping site in Pembrokeshire for couples: Headland Escape Shepherds Hut
Best glamping site in Pembrokeshire for large groups: Cwtch Woodland Camp
So there you have it: the 35 best places to go glamping in Pembrokeshire!
If anything, I’ve probably made your job of choosing even harder, as there are just so many amazing places to pick from.
That being said, have any of these glamping sites in Pembrokeshire most caught your eye?
Please let me know in the comments below!
Wherever you end up choosing, I hope you have an amazing staycation in the beautiful county that is Pembrokeshire.