My husband and I had stayed in Ty Parke last year and the year before, and this year we didn't manage to get there. So on a quick trip to Wales, and suffering from Ty Parke withdrawal symptoms, I popped in for a quick one night stay on my own. So lovely - the sun was shining, which helped, and Gary and Annie were as welcoming as ever. As a solo camper, I felt safe and secure.This year, there are no cars allowed on the main camping field, apart from when you're pitching or striking your tent, and it was so peaceful, and safe for the children who played happily in the middle of the field. There are lovely walks around the property, where you can see the little oak trees that were planted a few years getting a little bit bigger every year. Wonderful place for a peaceful and relaxing stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fantastic camping and yurt glamping holidays in the sleepy Pembrokeshire countryside. Nestling in the hidden hamlet of Llanreithan, a few miles from St Davids, Ty Parke Farm Camping was set up by Gary & Annie Loch to provide an alternative camping experience from the packed commercial sites that are an all too common feature of Pembrokeshire. We offer just ten camping pitches on our 52 acre small-holding. Each pitch comes with a campfire and a picnic bench. We have great facilities too. And if you want camping with a little more comfort, we also have four very comfortable yurts, with double beds, futons and wood-burning stoves. If you would like to stay in the school holidays, book early because theses dates are usually gone by the end of January. We hope to see you soon! ... more less