Seaview Yurt

At Hillfort Tipis and Camping

Hill Fort Tipis, Penparc, Pencaer, Goodwick, Dyfed, Pembrokeshire SA64 0JQ

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)

  • Bed Linen Not Included

The Owner Says

The Sea View Yurt is situated at the top of our campsite, with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, Strumble Head and spectacular sunsets! Garn Fechan, an Iron Age hillfort, is a short walk away, wander over and enjoy the 360 deg view of the surrounding countryside and coastline.

Fire Pit and Seating area

The yurt is in its own private clearing with a picnic bench and a kitchen hut complete with pots, pans, cutlery, camping stoves etc.  A fire pit with a grill top is provided for camp fire cooking. It’s the perfect spot to sit and watch the sunset.

Firewood (£6 per bag) and kindling (£4) is available, we’ll deliver it right to your door.

A kitchen shelter is provided for your self-catering requirements. With two gas camping stoves and a range of kitchen cutlery and cooking appliances. If you need anything else please ask John and he will always try to help you with a whisk for your fresh cream or a fish filleting knife for your freshly caught mackerel.

The Yurts Warmth and Facilities

The yurt is insulated and we have found warm enough during the summer most times. We have packed a few extra blankets into the chests in front of the bed in case there is a colder than usual snap.

Please note, bedding is not supplied. Please bring your sleeping bags or duvet/pillows/sheets according to your needs.

Group Sizes

The yurt is 6m in diameter so there is plenty of space for a group size ranging from 4-6 people. The yurt is setup with a double bed, a couple of sofa beds and dining area. We cater for many different groups,(Young families/older families/ groups of friends/couples) and can cater the layout and furniture to suit upon request, please feel free to contact us and will see how we can help.

About Hillfort Tipis and Camping

Camping and glamping in secluded pitches on top of the world in Pembrokeshire. Views don’t get much better than this.

The Owner Says

The peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire countryside surrounding our campsite provides the perfect setting for relaxed and stress-free holidays. Our site takes its name from the remains of an Iron Age fort on the side of the mountain, but it could just as easily be called 'camping in the clouds', for this is as high up as Welsh camping gets. Oh, and the panoramic views of Strumble Head and the Irish Sea aren't bad either!

Site Facilities

An old horse lorry houses 2 showers, a kitchen sink and a communal chill-out area. Composting toilets. No electrical hook-ups.

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