Tything Barn


Tything Barn
West Williamston,
Kilgetty,
Pembrokeshire
SA68 0TN
Tel: 01646 651452
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GPS: Lat: 51.71021 - Lon: -4.84735
Set in 23 acres of ancient quarries & Meadows. Oerlooking the stunning Cleddau Estuary. Tourers, motorhomes & tents welcome with/without electric hook up. Self-catering accommodation available.
  • 40 Camping spaces
  • Open all year
  • Area 9 hectares
  • Near the sea
  • Near river/lake
  • Pets allowed

Reviews

C & J
16/08/2017
We visited Tything Barn recently after a break of 2 years. There was new people running the place. It was lovely but had lost that loved look that it had during our previous visits. It was looking very tired and tatty and the toilets were not great and no loo roll. We were disappointed to ne honest. The grass was long and unkempt, lots of the quiet peaceful spots that we had previously stayed in were taken by permanent pitches (so we were informed). The noise in the evening was loud and went on very late. We were in a tent though. We hope things improve.

glenn & penny
02/02/2015
Our second time at a naturist site and wow what a great site. lots of room to walk freely around the beautiful warren of gardens and little lagoons of which we swam in.

In a gorgeous setting on the estuary where lots of curlews call, especialy at dusk and dawn.

We took our blow up canoe and paddled over to the pub had lunch, a couple of beers and nearly got caught out by the tide.
Showers are shared and unisex and all amenities are great. It's a novelty waking up desperate for the toilet and not having to wait to get dressed to go! lol

All in all a heavenly place made so not just by the environment but by the variety of wonderful people coming and going of which you can interact with ease or keep to yourself with equal ease.

We will be back.

dave &liz
09/11/2012
we stayed for a few days in september and it was very relaxing joanne &mike were great it was heaven to go for relaxing long walks would like to see a few lights at time though

Dave & Jason
05/09/2012
Just had one of the best holidays ever. We stayed in a tent and had such a relaxing, peaceful 5 days. We went for a row in the boat down by the lagoon, walks around the site, sunbathed on the jetty. First time to a naturist campsite and didn't know what to expect. Felt so comfortable and relaxed, it was wonderful. I think though the best bit is the people. Everyone is so welcoming and friendly. The camp fire is great fun, met lots of great people, can't wait to go back! Jo & Mike fab hosts!

dave n roz
02/09/2012
we popped in for a dayvisit whilst in pembroke, what a beautiful and quiet place to relax in manicured lawns through water and woods, the facilitys are basic but adequate but i dont think modern ameanitys and the busy modern world should be aloud to spoil this quiet tranquil spot , we will be back if were in pembroke again, thanks

Ian & Carol
14/06/2012
This was our first time on a naturist camp site, we had a long weekend a fund it to be a great place.
Evan the weather did not put a dampener on things.
We will be back. Just need some sun!

karen Evans
14/03/2012
We have been camping at Tything Barn for around 4 years now and we love the place to bits.
True the toilets etc need a little updating but you manage. The people are very friendly and with it's relaxed atmosphere you really feel like you have had a good restful holiday.

Dave & Sue
01/08/2011
We spent a first week at Tything Barn recently under canvas. It's a marvellous, quiet, relaxing place to go, though the facilities are a little on the rough side. Great to have a freezer and fridge available though. There are a couple of badminton courts (watch out for the rabbit holes!) and croquet and boule etc. Equipment is supplied.

Loads of little nooks around the lagoons have been created for private sunbathing, and some old boats and floating pontoons are available if you want a swim (about 5ft deep along the longer swims though silty underfoot which is a good reason to keep swimming!!)

Be warned as a new visitor, that though everyone is very friendly and helpful, the majority of users have caravans stored on site and have them placed on a plot for their stay, pop up the aerial or sky dish and live like they were at home, watching Corrie and Eastenders, albeit with the chance to go naturist.

There is a "party" round the camp fire once or twice a week, but other than that it's up to you...

On balance, it's a quiet relaxing place to go and it just felt so wrong getting dressed to go home after a final shower!!

Joe & Jess
08/06/2009
We tried to book to stay there recently but unfortunately we missed the last place by only half an hour. As we were visiting Pembrokeshire anyway we went along on one day as day visitors.

What a great place! There are what seems like miles of tracks and path around the woodlands for walking, sitting, sunbathing not to mention the lagoons for boating and swimming.

This is a place that we will definitely return to and make sure that we get a camping space next time.

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