We have been offering camping, yurt holidays and manufacturing our own yurts, right here on-site since 2002 . Whilst the days are short and the nights are long, we can be found making structures for other campsites in the workshop. They are based on traditional Mongolian yurts, but have been adapted to work better in our climate and for creating a wonderful space to enjoy chilled-out times. Two of our yurts are 6 metres in diameter, a size now that has become the standard for family yurt holidays. Each fully equipped with a wood burner and beautiful internal furnishings.

The Hobbit Yurt is actually 3 yurts in one ! A large central living yurt and "Halfling" bedroom yurt and Adults yurt bedroom. There will be more images of this following later in the Autumn. Sorry due to demand this is only available for week bookings.


3 Yurts now ! The Hobbit Yurt, The Starlight Sailor and the Beachcomber Yurt…

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The Starlight Sailor has been themed on a beautiful story illustrated by a local artist and has a solid Oak floor with beautifully handcrafted furniture, providing a double bed, 2 single beds and a table and chairs inside. With its own new external kitchen for 2016 and a wood burner for your comfort , you will be able to read the house copy of the Starlight Sailor in really special surroundings. Outside there is a campfire area and also a picnic table for late evening sun-downers.
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The beachcomber yurt has our biggest chunkiest bed yet. We call it a "Shrek Bed" as it looks just like something the old boy would sleep on. The bed is made from solid Ash from a tree 260 years old, felled on the Longleat Estate before it was planked up and brought to Pembrokeshire. There are 2 other single beds inside.
This yurt has a little more space inside because the kitchen is outside, and so this is ideal for the bigger family.
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All yurts come with a fully fitted camp kitchen and a 4 burner gas ring. This is the Hobbit Yurt kitchen which also has hot and cold running water The only structure with plumbed water at the moment. The other structures have a covered campfire area, picnic table and en-suite waterless toilet. So you can have your campfire no matter the weather.