Set in a smallholding overlooking the Preseli Mountains, famous for the blue stones of Stonehenge, part of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Be close to nature with this base to explore Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, or just relax with the views or stargaze by the fire. Inside this unique cabin is a large room with two areas - the living room area with log burner and the sleeping area. It's ideal for two people, but it is spacious and families of up to five have stayed in it comfortably. A double bed and two singles are provided, with an extra camping mattress if needed. There is also a seating area and cooking under cover at the front of the cabin. Bring your sleeping bags and towels. It has its own kitchen shed and separate toilet. Shower is a new shared facility on site.
Although the cabin has no electricity, a photovoltaic system provides LED lighting, and this well insulated cabin is great for winter breaks.
Get the log stove going for a comfy 'glamping' stay in this log cabin, situated at the edge of the camping field in the sunniest spot of the site. Outside is a large porch and private garden area with a firepit.
It has a cottagy cosy feeling. Lovingly restored, it used to be a drumming studio, all of the furniture and fittings are reclaimed and recycled (apart from new mattresses), including a solid wood wardrobe and a lovely three piece suite. You can relax, admiring the views or there's lots of walking, close to beaches, woodlands, or activities in nearby Cardigan town. Dolphin spotting, coasteering, theatre, museums and Castle's.