- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
The Owner Says
- Our unspoiled land is situated in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire and our land includes a small mountain with remains of Iron Age hillfort.
- Panoramic views of Strumble Head and Irish Sea from top of mountain. Ideal for watching the sunset over the sea.
- Footpaths lead directly from our site past the Hillfort and join up to the coastal path for spectacular walks.
- Quiet secluded pitches.
- Peaceful site with no traffic noise.
- Cosy nights around your own campfire.
- Fresh milk and eggs available by request.
- Organic fresh vegetables available by request.
- Local smoked fish and meat by request.
About Hillfort Tipis and Camping
Tents, glampers, campervans, families, couples, dogs on leads – yes. Group bookings can sometimes be accommodated please contact the site directly.
NearbyIf you are planning to venture further afield for a day trip, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, one of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country, is a must do, as it’s only 30 minute walk from the site. The nearest beaches are the pebbly bays of Abermawr, (with its petrified forest, viewable on low Spring tides) and Aberbach. Seal lovers can drop down the mountain to Pwllderi, to see pups (in season). The popular sandy stretches of Whitesands and Newport are within 30 minutes drive. The area is also a birdwatchers paradise. Sit in the gorse and listen to the warblers try and spot the local choughs or visit nearby Skomer Island (01646 603110). For the more adventurous, there is coasteering, kayakinng and surfing at Preseli (01348 837709)
Food & Drink
Freshly caught fish - when we've been fishing. If you’re up for a simple and satisfying meal, such as fresh local beer battered fish and hand cut Pembrokeshire potato chips, visit The Shed (01348 831518) at Porthgain. Another great place to visit is The Druidstone Hotel and Restaurant (01437 781221), which has been in the Good Food Guide consistently since 1974 and serves delicious homemade food that will suit all tastes.
Hillfort Tipis and Camping is located at Hill Fort Tipis, Penparc, Pencaer, Goodwick, Dyfed, Pembrokeshire SA64 0JQ
At Fishguard, take the A40 Signposted Goodwick turn left up Goodwick Hill. Continue onto Heol Penlan and carry on up the hill and out of Goodwick. Stay on this road for about 4 miles, passing two signs to Strumble Head on the right. After the 2nd road sign to Strumble Head, you will come to a white chapel on your right. Take the next right turn signposted Hill Fort. Drive up the track and through the gate marked Penparc. Also accurately on Google Maps; just search "Hillfort Tipis and camping".
By train to Goodwick/Fishguard. Then taxi.