Grass Tent Pitch

At Into The Sticks

Letterston, Pembrokeshire

  • Sleeps 6 (max 4 adults, 5 children)

The Owner Says

With the Pembrokeshire Coast and spectacular beaches only a few miles in one direction and the Preseli Mountains the other we are in a perfect location for all outdoor activities. These are standard spacious grass pitches suitable for a large family. The campsite offers tons of activities and facilities to ensure you are comfortable throughout your stay. They have luxury dry toilets and hot showers with free eco-friendly soap and shampoo, and if the typical Welsh weather is forecast during your stay there is an indoor space to take part in creative workshops including Bird Box making and Beach Debris art. Into The Sticks have a welcome barbecue & bonfire for all their guests and ensure that plenty of activities are available to choose from, for example Ping Pong, Treasure Hunts, Nature Trails, River Fishing, Wildlife Watching & Star gazing. If you fancy something more challenging you can visit Pembrokeshire Coast just 6 miles away and have a go at Surfing, Coasteering, Kayaking and Rock climbing. The campsite offers a weekly communal barbecue and a 24 hour honesty tuck shop for emergency campfire snacks. There is fresh organic produce grown on site and you can also pre-order organic fruit, veg,dairy and whole food products. If you fancy something more substantial you can pop to the local Fish & Chip shop in the village which is 1.5 miles away.

About Into The Sticks

Wonderfully back-to-basics tent camping in Pembrokeshire, hidden among the thicket and fauna at the end of a secluded lane

The Owner Says

Into the Sticks campsite is the perfect campsite for a technology detox! Breathe the clean air and enjoy sharing acres of unspoilt natural space with the local wildlife. The campsite is situated at the end of a no through road in a secluded peaceful valley teeming with wildlife and just a few miles from Pembrokeshire’s famous coastline and wild beaches. There are no signs of the modern world, only the sounds of birdsong and running water. The campsite offers a level area to pitch your tents, and free dry wood for your campfires. Individual pitches are spread out over the meadow in a 14 acre private nature reserve and with only a handful of families on site everyone has a good degree of privacy. Each pitch has a rustic picnic table and benches and there is a covered camping kitchen/washing area  (eco friendly washing up liquid is provided by the campsite). They have a luxury dry toilet (twinned with a toilet in Cambodia) and free hot shower with eco-friendly soap and shampoo. If the typical Welsh weather is forecast during your stay there is an indoor space to cook and hang out in and there are opportunities to take part in guided workshops suitable for all ages including bushcraft skills and beach debris art.
Into The Sticks have a weekly barbecue or wood fired pizza night for all their guests and ensure that plenty of activities are available to choose from, for example Nature Trails, Den Building, Treasure Hunt, River Fishing, Wildlife Watching & Star gazing. There are reclaimed bikes available to use free of charge and if you fancy something more challenging you can visit Pembrokeshire Coast just 6 miles away and have a go at Surfing, Coasteering, Kayaking and Rock climbing or head off hill walking in the Preseli Mountains or on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Into The Sticks is a Greener Camping Club certified site so visitors must join the club to stay here, only £10 per year for the family. A proportion of the membership fee goes towards conservation projects and environmental enhancement on site.

Site Facilities

Tent-only campsite. Campfires permitted (free firewood available on site). Pitches are large, family-sized plots each with a large picnic table and benches and a hearth for a fire. Hot showers, a luxury compost toilet, waterless urinals (separate male / female). Covered washing up area with views over the nature reserve. Fridge and small freezer for communal use, also a communal campfire area. Campers' barn with indoor cooking area, darts, 'hanging man challenge', seating, library and musical instruments. Nature trails. River fishing permitted (bring your own rod). Impromptu treasure hunts run for kids and rainy day activities such as bird box making, beach debris art, whittling and more. No cars on site, car park only 20m from the site entrance.

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