Frankshore Shepherds Hut
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Pet Friendly
- Furnished in an antique Welsh style with linen and towels included
- Cosy with a wood-burning stove
- Peaceful and secluded location with countryside views and direct access to the coast path
The Owner Says
Set in an idyllic, secluded area in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park within walking distance of two beaches, this gorgeous Shepherds Hut is a unique glamping escape. The shepherds hut is set in its own field, and is a 5 minute walk to Becks Bay Camping field.
Furnished in a delightful antique Welsh style, it is a beautifully finished, hand crafted Shepherd's Hut by the sea, with a bathroom and kitchen, and a wood burning stove. Open the stable door whilst cooking your breakfast and then enjoy the blissfully peaceful rolling landscape while you dine.
Our farm is ideally located just two miles from Tenby and three miles from Manorbier. It is connected to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which is perfect for walking to nearby beaches: Lydstep is a 15 minute walk to the West and Penally 20 minutes to the East. Trefloyne and Tenby golf clubs are also within walking distance.
About Becks Bay
Suitable ForTents, campervans, dogs – yes. Caravans and motor homes – no. The shepherds hut is best for couples but there is room for an infant (additional cot possible). Dogs are also permitted in the hut.
NearbyThe campsite is right on the edge of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with easy access to footpaths, including trails down to the nearest beaches where you can link up with the famous coastal trail. The Manorbier peninsular offers some of the most secluded sandy beaches both east and west of the main surf beach – Precipe and Swan Lake Bay are particular local favourites. Nearby Tenby is an excellent old walled town to visit, with a harbour and expansive beaches at low tide. For something non-beach related, though, drive 5 miles south west to Manorbier Castle (01834 871394) a Norman keep located in the a beautiful old village. The curtain walls and round and square towers are now partially ruined but well worth a visit. Along with the castle, there are also gardens, a dovecote and mill to explore.
Food & DrinkWaves Italian restaurant (01834 870085). The bright blue painted Cross Inn (01834 844665) in Penally is a mile away and has a fantastic, traditional, seaside pub atmosphere. The Plantagenet (01834 842350) in Tenby is a high-end option set in a romantic 10th century building, the oldest in town. Stroll across the meadow to Bubbleton Farm Shop & Café (07929 334826) on site while the Lydstep Tavern (01834 871521) is not too far beyond.
If you like your camping small-scale and simple, then Becks Bay is, as Mary Poppins wold say, 'practically perfect in every way'. There's loads of spaces but very few pitches and the beach is within spitting distance. Don't spit though. Mary Poppins wouldn't like that.
Becks Bay is located at Penally, Tenby SA70 7RX
Penally railway station (0845 748 4950) is 1 mile west of campsite.