A Pembrokeshire campsite, voted as one of the best spots in the UK to stargaze and enjoy the sunset, is taking bookings for a spring opening
After months in lockdown looking at our own four walls, most of us are craving wide open skies, and one of the best places to enjoy the great outdoors is the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline.
Point Farm, a family-run boutique campsite nestled on a hillside overlooking Dale Bay in Pembrokeshire is a great spot to get away from it all. Singled out by the Met Office as one of the best locations to enjoy sunsets, sunrises and stargazing, you won’t be bothered by crowds as the site has just six camping pitches and currently one shepherd’s hut (with another on its way). This means the entire campsite can be booked exclusively by one group or large family.
Surrounded by farmland and ancient woodland, the site is planted with wild hedgerow, and camping pitches are separated by wildflower boundaries. This year the campsite’s second handcrafted shepherd’s hut will sleep up to four and include a fully equipped outdoor kitchen for exclusive use, plus a private patio, fire pit and BBQ.
New for 2021 is Point Farm's second cosy shephard's hut
As well as the luxury facilities, Point Farm’s owners Nia and Fil Marshall embrace nature and have located bird boxes around the grounds, offering bird identification cards for bird spotting. And with Gann salt marsh just a short walk away and Skomer Island embarkation point just 10 minutes from the site, wildlife lovers will be in their element. There are even shark-diving trips from the nearby village of Dale, as well as water sports such as sailing, kayaking and surfing all available in the bay.
Point Farm campsite is taking bookings for 2021 now and will hopefully be fully open from May 1st until the end of September. www.pointfarmdale.co.uk