What's included with your glamping break
We have prepared this list to help you with your packing and have included a list of the items and facilities we provide.
Your structure will be ready for you after 3.00 pm on the first day of your holiday and we ask that you vacate it by 10.00 on your last day to give us the opportunity to clean and change over for the next guests. If you arrive later than 8.00 pm then please let us know so we can minimise disruption to your fellow campers and assist if required.
You can park your car near all our structures.
Bedding and towels (not beach towels) can be provided as an extra
Equipment providedRechargeable lantern
1 non stick frying pan
6 plates, 6 bowls, 6 small plates, 6 knives, fork, spoons and tea spoons 6 mugs, 6 (Plastic) wine glasses ( they look and drink well, we prefer these to glass in that we don’t have the risk of broken glass in the grass. Lots of children and adults like to walk around in bare feet, so the chance of broken glass needs to be reduced)
6 Plastic tumblers
Salt, pepper grinders (full)
Small sharp knife, Larger cook’s knife
Bread knife, Chopping board, Garlic crusher, Grater/slicer, Teapot, 2 mixing bowls
Kettle that goes on the wood burner or gas stove (not to be used on open fire)
4 ring gas hob with toaster
Wood and firelighters
Frying pan flip
Strainer spoon/serving spoons, Colander
Bar-b-que grill with tongs, skewers and basting brush
Cool box with cool blocks
Outside picnic table
Matches and candle night lights
Washing up bowl, eco washing up liquid
Tea towels are not provided
A small First aid kit with plasters and antiseptic wipes is provided.
Some items essential/suggested for you to bring on your holidayBeach towels
Obviously any food, however there is a good delicatessen with in 10 miles and the usual supermarkets in Fishguard and Haverfordwest or you can arrange for a Tesco home delivery if you prefer.
Hand axe (you must take responsibility for safe use / Storage of )
Specialist cooking bits, wok, etc.
We provide fire wood but charcoal can be useful or maybe preferred, if you intend to cook a lot on the grill.
Tin foil, cling film
Measuring spoons (if required)
Insect repellent (sometimes we get little midgey type flies, usually after a bit of rain, the smoke from the fire tends to get rid of them but if you are prone to bites, then some repellent or citronella candles can do the trick)
Please note: We ask that there is no smoking by law in the structures and on grounds of safety and the furnishings. We would be grateful if you respected this.
If you think of anything else then let us know so we can let future guests benefit.
Kevin and Claire