Pembrokeshire, Wales Walking and Glamping / Camping
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Join us for a wonderful few days of walking and glamping / camping in this stunning area of Pembrokeshire. This really is a hidden gem and we are very excited to have discovered it! Our walking holiday will explore the rugged coastline to the north near Cardigan Bay, the vast open moorland of the Preseli Hills and the tranquillity of nearby woodland and country lanes. There is certainly plenty of variety and a host of trails to choose from.
On one day, we will set out to the coast for a spectacular walk which will include the Witches’ Cauldron, a breath-taking geological feature formed by a collapsed cave. The whole length of the coast in this area is a geological feast with clearly visible rock strata rising and falling in dramatic fashion. Our walk will descend from the clifftops to end at Poppit Sands, a gorgeous sandy bay voted in the top 10 beaches to visit in Wales.
On another day, we will walk the Preseli Hills, dotted with rocky outcrops and the occasional stone circle. We will follow the ancient Golden Road and explore its associations with King Arthur, Neolithic times and the gold trade. The walk has a remote feel to it with long distance views over the Pembrokeshire countryside towards Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia.
We will be staying at a remote, hill-top “Cool Camping” glamping / camping site where nature blends with comfort. If camping is your thing then bring your tent and sleeping gear – all food provided. Or are your camping days a thing of the past? Or perhaps you have never been one for camping. Either way, this holiday offers you the opportunity to reconnect with nature in the setting of this beautiful Welsh site staying in a very comfortable glamping tent. With crisp linen and plenty of cosy blankets you can retire to bed safe in the knowledge that there won’t be a foam mat in sight!
The holiday is full board, with the exception of 1 evening meal when we will head to a lovely local pub. A cooked breakfast and 2 course meal will be provided by our hosts and there will be a packed lunch each day to enjoy on our walk.
About Top of the WoodsTop of the Woods is a superb eco-friendly glamping site close to forest and coast which gives you the opportunity to reconnect with nature - with a hint of luxury thrown in! There are firepits to sit around in the evenings so that we can enjoy the stars and the sounds of nature all around. We will stay in a large open meadow area with beautifully furnished pioneer tents and fabulous views over the surrounding hills. There are plenty of facilities for our comfort and a lovely, covered communal area where we will gather to eat in the mornings and evenings. The tents have 2 sleeping areas separated by a canvas partition.
Location and WebsiteTop of the Woods, Penrallt Farm, Capel Colman Rd, Boncath SA37 0EP. If you prefer to bring your own tent there is a iscount of £120 on the holiday price. All food, transport and guided walks still included.
By trainIf you are travelling from the south the nearest train station is Carmarthen which is 1hr 40mins away. We can arrange a taxi on request and suggest women arrive in time for a shared taxi at 1600. Total journey cost is around £40. If you are travelling from the north the nearest train station is Aberystwyth which is 2.5 hours away. We can arrange a taxi on request and suggest women arrive in time for a shared taxi at 1530. Total journey cost is around £60.
By carTop of the Woods is located near the village of Boncath in Pembrokeshire. From the South and East, it's motorway and dual carriageway all the way to Carmarthen, then 40 minutes drive through stunning countryside to us. From the Midlands or North, you can come through Snowdonia or mid-Wales, then along the beautiful A487 coast road from Aberystwyth. Top of the Woods Map
Shared twin pioneer tent (included in base price)
Single occupancy pioneer tent + £25/night
Bring your own tent! Save £120 off base price.
Included in the price
- Full board accommodation apart from 1 evening meal at the local pub
- Guided walks each day
- Transport to walks
- Personal expenses
- Discretionary tips