Description of Damselfly Glamping
Damselfly Glamping is a gorgeous handcrafted double shepherd’s hut overlooking the Preseli Hills, close to many fabulous Pembrokeshire beaches.
Lazy days among the flowers in the garden and nights round the firepit.
The huts are sited by a wildlife pond in a private cottage garden on a Pembrokeshire smallholding.
They have been handcrafted by the owners Gill and Heather, and are linked by a covered walkway.
One hut is a cosy bedroom, with a folding table, easy chair and crackling woodburner that you’ll only need on the coldest days thanks to superb insulation.
The other hut is the kitchen and bathroom, both with all modern comforts and even underfloor heating blended into the hut’s style with a loving finish.
Although the hut is only about 15 metres from the farm cottage, there is a more secluded seating and firepit area just round the corner if you want to hide yourselves away or borrow the bodhran and have a fireside sing along.
You might meet the Gill or Heather as you head over to pick veg from the garden, or when you come back from a day of exploration and adventure on the wild Pembrokeshire coast, they are happy to chat, offer advice or help but equally we are more than happy to leave you to do your own thing.
We just want you to enjoy this space, enjoy the peace and to rest a while, maybe even dream a little, as the sign on Damselfly says, “a life without dreams is like a garden without flowers.”
Handcrafted double shepherds hut
- 1 Unit
- Sleeps: 2 Persons
- Toilets (Private) , Showers (Private)
- Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
The double shepherd huts are linked by a covered walkway.
One hut is an idyllic snug, with a built in bed, oak table, Ercol chairs and a traditional wood burner. There are books, games and a DAB radio.
The other hut has a beautiful well equipped kitchen and shower room. There is underfloor heating and stacks of fluffy towels.
- None, everything is private
The organic vegetable patch lies just outside the huts' private garden, visitors are welcome to harvest whatever is in season be that raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes or cabbages.
To access the huts' garden, there is a short walk through a small orchard.
- Fruit Trees
- Herb Garden
- Vegetable Garden
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
There will be coffee, tea, milk, cooking oil, salt, pepper and a welcoming bara brith in the huts, all other food to be brought by visitors.