Our bunkhouse

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Our warm & cosy bunkhouse is set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, close to fantastic climbing at Castlemartin Range East & West, the excellent surfing at Freshwater West & Broadhaven South, and within striking distance of many of Pembrokeshire’s best (and unspoilt, especially if you’re used to the hordes in Devon & Cornwall) beaches, countryside, castles, river walks, Neolithic remains, geological formations, charming pubs, film locations and other places of interest.

The Bunkhouse is in a single story stone built former Dairy, with purpose-built robust and generously-sized bunkbeds for up to 12 active adults. All mattresses are orthopaedic & hypo-allergenic, so you’ll get a good night’s sleep even after the most energetic day. Complete with wet room and Ladies & Gents toilets.

Being single storey with no internal steps & only a door hearth to negotiate at the entrance, we’re accessible to those with limited mobility, though not specifically designed for it. Ask for more info.

The bunkhouse is well supplied with all you need to make a hot cuppa of tea & coffee. Full-sized fridge and/or barbeque firepit available on request.
Camping also available.

Dog friendly – we have two very sociable hounds ourselves.

History fans may enjoy the unusual shape of the toilet cubicles, which are curved where they back on to an original medieval bread oven, and spotting the year the Dairy was extended to its current size carved into a wooden beam (over 150 years ago). The Bunkhouse also has good views of the medieval St Mary’s Church to the sea beyond. You may even be able to see Lundy Island on a clear day.

Nature fans may be lucky enough to spot badgers & our visiting barn owl at the farm. Or otters, seals, bats, puffins, etc. elsewhere in Pembrokeshire.

Please note that we are in a remote rural location near to an Army Tank Training Range: there is no mobile signal at all for most providers; we’ll endeavour to provide wireless internet access, but can’t guarantee it at all times; depending on Army manoeuvres, there may be noise (usually only Monday to Friday during the day, with occasional firing up to 10 pm. A bit noisy, but also quite interesting to watch with the flares & tracer fire!) and facilities (such as pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops & petrol stations) are all a drive away. There is a bus service, but you are highly recommended to drive as it is infrequent and changes route depending on firing. We have plenty of space for cars, vans and even camper vans.