Woodland camping & glamping in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The Harries family welcome you to the Little Welsh Wood,  a new eco-campsite situated about three miles from Milford Haven opening for the first time in Spring 2021.  We have idyllic camping pitches and glamping units  spread out in gently dappled woodland on the edge of an open meadow, each with its own toilet and shower.  We  are signed up to the Visit Wales  ‘We’re Good to Go’ scheme to help keep you Covid-19 safe during your stay with us.

The perfect location to explore Pembrokeshire!

Located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with the spectacular coast path nearby,  Little Welsh Wood is ideal for visiting the many sandy beaches around St Brides Bay,  the National Nature Reserve of Skomer Island and the ‘hidden waterway’ of the Daugleddau estuary.  Whether it’s coast or countryside this magical county has so many delights for you to discover..

 

Little Welsh Wood will appeal to adults and families who want to enjoy the simple pleasures of woodland camping and is perfect for walking and bird-watching (it’s simply amazing to watch Red Kite soaring overhead!) or if you’re not feeling too energetic, it’s just a nice place to sit and relax and get away from hectic everyday life.

Located on what was formerly part of our dairy farm, we have repurposed an old cowshed, silage yard and the small woodland beyond to make our little campsite.  This is completely separate from the rest of the farm which is now used for growing vegetables and grazing livestock as well as being the retirement home for the family’s old horses and ponies!

We are opening our little wood to visitors to raise funds for improving the farm’s bio-diversity through the generation of new mixed woodland, hedgerows and ponds.    We see it as ‘giving something back to the land and we have tried very hard to be eco-conscious with our development so that we can offer you some creature comforts and yet be sustainable and sympathetic to our environment.  We hope you will visit us soon and come back, again and again, to see how our regeneration programme is going.