If you really want to get away from it all and enjoy a peaceful, relaxing camping or luxury yurt holiday experience, this is the place for you. We offer just 10 spacious, spread out camping pitches (each with a picnic bench) and three luxurious yurts. Ty Parke is 52-acre farm, situated up a long track, well away from roads, noise and lights. The only sounds you are likely to hear are the natural sounds of the countryside.
No camping holiday is complete without a campfire. Every pitch has its own fireplace and there is always a plentiful supply of firewood in the wood shed.
This is camping as it should be. No crowds, no queues, a really friendly atmosphere where everyone gets to know one another and friendships are formed.
Want a break from putting up and taking down the tent? Treat yourself to a luxury yurt holiday? We now have three yurts, including two in very private hideaway locations.
The (solar heated) hot showers, the lavatories and the washing-up facilities are kept scrupulously clean and are of a very high standard. There is also a washing machine, drying racks, washing line and two fridges. We have a large barn where you can leave bikes, kayaks, surfboards etc. if you choose.
You're are invited to walk, explore and play in our little nature trail, which runs through five acres of the land alongside a small stream. Fresh eggs are also provided when the hens are laying, with our compliments.
Please visit our website http://www.typarke.co.uk for more information.
Ty Parke is located in the north west corner of Pembrokeshire - the part favoured by adventurers, walkers and young families. The sea surrounds us on three sides, so you are never more than a 5-15 minute drive from a quiet beach, a secret cove or a tiny harbour. Solva, Penycwm, Porthgain, Abereiddy, Abercastle, Aber Mawr and Aber Bach are all a short distance from here - as are the more poplular beaches of Whitesands and Newgale. These are great for surfing and body-boarding and have lifeguards on duty throughout the summer.
Walkers can enjoy some of the most spectacular coastline in the British Isles and an abundance of wildlife. The tiny city of St David's, with its art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops and magnificent cathedral is seven miles from the campsite.
From Haverfordwest head out on the Fishguard Road (A40) and take the first turning left after the Texaco station, sign-posted to Camrose. Stay on this road for approximately 10 miles (passing through Hayscastle Cross) until you reach a T-junction. Turn right towards Croesgoch, bearing left where the road forks. After 500 yards you will come to a sharp left hand turn, follow this round and Ty Parke is approximately 250 yards further along on the right. From north Wales, come through Fishguard and head towards Mathry. Turn left at Mathry towards Penycwm, turning right at the sign for Croesgoch.