Take some couples time out in Pembrokeshire
Whether a stunning Safari tent, luxury Hampton Lodge or cute and cheerful Bluebell Lodge we have the perfect accommodation for your next break
Our gorgeous Orchid Safari Tent with a warming log burner for those snug nights in, and a bubbly hot tub on the deck for some afternoon dips, or even stargazing, with some of the most clear evening skies in the UK.
At Celtic Escapes which is located in Narberth, Pembrokeshire we also have one bedroomed luxurious Hampton lodges, a true treat, with their high end interiors and glass roofed hot tub and an outlook which on clear days stretches towards views of the Brecon Beacons.
Equally the cute Bluebell Lodges, are a funky option. With colour changing lights and surround sound, the woodland reflective interiors are great fun, and again a bubbly hot tub can be found on the decking, whilst the extensive views and countryside landscape are yours to behold.
Whether a mid week treat or a long weekend, rest assured that your experience at Celtic Escapes is a relaxed chilled one!
You might want to spend some of your time exploring Pembrokeshire though! Here’s six of our fave ideas, just for you. Home to Britain’s only coastal National Park Pembrokeshire is surrounded on three sides by water. There’s lots of adventure to be found here, but we’ve suggested some that takes little travel time out of your day!
Explore the sea! With boat trips to monastic Caldey Island, adrenalin fuelled rib rides with Venture Jet around Ramsey Island in the north near St Davids - or some inland stand up paddleboarding in calm waters , Pembrokeshire’s a great place to spend some time splashing about. http://www.tenbyvisitorguide.co.uk/Things-to-do-in-Tenby/Boat-Trips/Caldey-Island.html
Castles, myths and legends. History really does abound here in Pembrokeshire, and castles make great visits – whatever your age. Carew, Pembrokeshire, Manorbier and Llawhaden castles are all near Narberth. Winner of the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2018 Best Visitor Attraction, Carew Castle is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Feel like a princess whilst dining at the “Princess Nest” café with its bright modern interior, found within the Walled Garden near the Castle entrance. A renowned beauty, Princess Nest Wales’ own Helen of Troy was one of Carew’s more infamous residents. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/attractions-events/carew-castle-tidal-mill/
Walk the Pembrokeshire National Trail – well some of it! No visit to Pembrokeshire is complete without a walk on the coast path. We highly recommend taking a bracing walk from Tenby to Saundersfoot. Starting above the North beach with Goscar Rock below, follow the road along the Croft which runs parallel with the coastline to start and then climbs as you walk past a hotel. You will pass between sea cliffs and a valley on the other side and just for a pointer, Tenby Hospital will be visible below. As the road turns to track you will head inland, then back to walking along the top of the cliffs. Heading towards Monkstone Point you will see the island offshore before entering open woodland on the path.
The path finishes on the outskirts of the village of Saundersfoot, just head down the hill to the town (above the harbour) where you’ll find a great selection of unusual shops like Chobbles, selling traditional sweets and chocolates .. a real step back in time. If you want to walk further you can walk from the harbour through the 3 tunnels to Wiseman’s Bridge which has a beautiful stony beach with the Wiseman’s Bridge Inn right on the seafront. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/media/3105/saundersfoot.jpg
Beachtime. Where do we start? With 52 beaches in Pembrokeshire boasting 12 Blue Flag and 13 Green Coast awards, together with 11 seaside and 21 rural seaside awards, Pembrokeshire’s coastline is truly EPIC. Which to choose? Well we love Barafundle Bay, isolated backed by dunes and pine trees, it boasts swathes of golden sands and crystal clear waters, and has often been voted one of the best beaches in Britain and the World!
Chill and relax .. that’s what holidays are all about … There’s nothing more relaxing than those people watching moments, cappuccino in hand, watching the world go by. Pembrokeshire’s certainly not short of bars, restaurants and cafes, but if you’re looking for one with a spectacular view, then you’ll enjoy Caffe Vista on Crackwell Street in Tenby. Grab a window seat and enjoy spectacular views across Tenby Harbour. Their food has a Greek twist, but if you’re just looking for something sweet they have sumptuous cake offerings.
Why not do a little pre Christmas shopping! Avoid all those chain stores and bustle and head for the boutique shopping town of Narberth, just a short walk from Celtic Escapes. You’ll find lots of really inexpensive and unique arts and crafts, and a plethora of vintage and antique shops. Head to the Ultracomedia Deli too, to sample delicious meats and cheeses, wines and olives, in fact indulge, stay a little longer and enjoy lunch there.
For your accommodation choice check out www.celticholidayparks.com/glamping
Nice friendly environment at Noble park and the staff are brilliant! We will definitely be staying here next year!
Melanie Louise James
Nice site, lovely location, very close to Folly Farm, convenient 15 minute drive to Oakwood and Bluestone, great little swimming pool, relaxed attitude, professional and very polite staff.
Safari Tent Review: "Staff are very welcoming. Lovely secluded spot with stunning views. Short drive to the beach and loads of beautiful sight seeing places"
Jason Air B and B
Safari Tent review: Just returned home for a fabulous 2 nights in a luxury safari tent. The tent was very well equipped and spotlessly clean with Lovely comfortable beds.
Glamping Pods review: a fantastic weekend at the Classic Car Rally, staying in the Glamping Pods. Would recommend this very highly, stunning and clean and so comfy!! Next thing to try for us is the bluebells.