Tything Barn Naturist Camping
Wales, West Wales, Pembrokeshire, Kilgetty
- +44 1646 651452
- All year
Alan Rogers Review
Tything Barn Naturist Campsite is set in a 23 acre old quarry on the Milford Haven estuary amongst salt marshes. It is in a most beautiful location, very peaceful, totally unspoilt and has many hidden secluded pitches. The atmosphere is very informal and relaxed, a real place to get away from the modern world with small lakes and stream’s on-site as well as the estuary to explore. Although a ‘Naturist Site’, dress code is optional and there is no obligation to get back to nature - all are very welcome. The site owners and creators June & Joe have semi-retired and the site is managed by Fran & Dan. You will receive a very warm welcome from both owners and managers who are there to help and assist to make your holiday a success. A large open plan field accommodates 40 well-spaced tents/caravans/motorhomes grass pitches, 30 have 6A electricity. Readers who have ventured to enjoy some of the naturist sites featured in our France guide or Southleigh Manor in Cornwall may be intrigued to visit Tything Barn.
The main seawater lagoon of two acres is suitable for swimming and has access steps, a diving platform and a little beach for toddlers. Fishing is possible on the incoming tide flowing up the gullums (gullies) or on boats on either side of the tide, and children can enjoy crabbing when the water is out. Children need to be supervised in this environment. It is possible to walk in ten acres of secluded grounds dissected by inlets and lagoons. For those wishing to explore the aspects of naturism, Tything Barn could be a suitable stepping stone. The site is idyllic if you are seeking an unspoilt, tranquil setting; Pembrokeshire offers something for everyone, from the cathedral to castles, coastal walks, fishing, and boat trips to view grey seals and dolphins.
Modern toilet and shower block. In high season, may be a wait for unscreened showers. Dishwashing. Washing machine and dryer. Use of freezer and fridge and cooking possible. TV, poor reception. The ‘Flower House’ or ‘The Tunnel’ - a large polythene rounded greenhouse for relaxing or socialising during inclement weather. Small library. Croquet, boules and badminton. Events are never organised, they just happen. Boat launch - enquire when booking. Two cottages and two log cabins with estuary views to rent. Storage/seasonal pitches upon request. Wi-Fi poor.
Travel north for 1.5 miles on A4075 from its junction with A477. At brow of hill, left into Lawrenny Road signed West Williamston, Cresswell and Lawrenny. Continue for 1.5 miles then hard left keeping phone box to your right. Site on right in 500 yds. Good access down a lane. Sat nav finds the correct location.Link to campsite location map on google
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