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Trewrach Glamping

· Newport, Wales
15 acres hosted by Huw F.
12 glamping pitches
Bell tent glamping with sea views, a five-minute walk from the coast path and beach.

On the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and within easy walking distance of the clifftops, Trewarch Glamping is in a truly prime position for explore West Wales. The site's 12 furnished bell tents are lined up and ready, with the rugged Dinas mountain behind and striking views over Fishguard Bay. At sunset, the vista can be jaw dropping. Get truly lucky and you might even glimpse a dolphin or two. 

Trewarch Glamping’s well-equipped bell tents each sleep up to four people, with up to two dogs allowed per pet-friendly tent. A firepit and picnic table per tent allows for al fresco dining, and you can store all your goods in your own personal fridge in the nearby shared kitchen huts (gas barbecues can also be reserved for an additional fee). Separate huts also contain eco-friendly compost toilets, hot showers, and a space to get yourself ready with a hairdryer and full-length mirror.

That’s mostly everything you’ll need for a getaway that lets you drop your bags and set out for adventure immediately. There’s a reason National Geographic awarded Pembrokeshire the second-best coastline in the world – and here you’re only a stroll from the coastal path and a short drive from some of its lesser-known beaches, including rural Aberrforest and the small sandy cove of Pwllgwaelod. Walkers and hikers will enjoy the close proximity to Dinas mountain, too, which serves as the site’s magnificent backdrop. Head on up to the peak (Carn Gwiber) for amazing views stretching out to Dinas Island.

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2 Ratings · 1 review
Bryan S.recommends
August 28, 2022
Stunning Fishguard Bay sea view
Camping with Dog and 2 kids
Huw was a fabulous host, met him on arrival, showed us everything we need to know from using the toilet, showers to the kitchen. Excellent value for money, great location with sea views and close to brilliant paths for walking. Only 5 mins away from the beach. Highly recommended, tent has a great set up for all the family. Definitely will be booking again.
Newport, Wales, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Huw F.Joined in June 2022
From the host
Wake up to the exhilarating view of Fishguard Bay at the tent entrance with Dinas Mountain as a back drop. Set in an open field, there's plenty of space to enjoy football, cricket and kite flying. The 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is 2 minutes’ walk & Aber Bach Beach is 5 minutes’ walk away. Great for families, with larger parties also welcome. Parking within 10m walk of tent in adjacent field. Two kitchens each have 6 personal fridges, one for each tent, along with toaster, microwave & 20 litre Burco hot water boiler. The site has 9 garden huts, 2 x kitchen’s, 3 x showers, 3 x organic toilets & a dress room located in the field adjacent to the tents.
Nearby attractions

Aberfforest beach is just under a 10-minute drive away, a peaceful and dog-friendly small shingle beach that becomes sandy as the tide goes out. This beach is in a picturesque location, flanked by headlands and backed by sloped fields – take a walk up the river valley that concludes with a waterfall. The sandy beach of Newport, a 15-minute drive away, is often overlooked by tourists despite its large size and plentiful opportunities for watersports. From there you can also visit the small city of Newport, where you explore the 17th-century Tredegar House and its stunning 90-acre park, or go bird-watching along its 18th-century canal that's a lovely day out for long walks along the towpath. The extensive Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is also on your doorstep, where you can embark on part of its long-distance 186-mile walk, which begins in St Dogmaels and finishes in Amroth.

Food and drink

There are a number of pubs and restaurants located in the nearby town of Fishguard – a five-minute drive away – the most popular being the Royal Oak Inn. The pub has an interesting history, its locals having thwarted a French invasion attempt on Wales' west coast in 1797. These days it's much more peaceful, open for food every day of the year aside from Christmas, with a menu combining pub classics with a few more unique options such as katsu chicken and Spanish barra gallega. In Newport, a 10-minute drive away, Coney Island Ice Cream is right next to the boat club, making ice cream widely considered to be the best around. In Newport town, make your way to The Canteen, with a delicious menu of stonebaked pizzas and salads in a relaxed, modern setting.

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