5 Reasons to Stay At National Trust Gupton Farmhouse & Campsite
Gupton Farmhouse & Campsite
Ideal if you’re looking for an activity break away, a family holiday or a big group gathering in Pembrokeshire, there’s plenty of space with the campsite offering pitches for tents and campervans and the farmhouse sleeping up to ten.
Whether under canvas or Welsh slate, you can be assured of a warm welcome and a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The simple, rustic setting has great facilities including a toilet and shower block, a wet weather barn, communal areas and loads of outdoor space, of course.
What is there to see and do at Gupton Farm?
Gupton Farm’s the base from which you can explore Freshwater West and the wider landscape. Nestled in a cwtch-like hollow, our farm feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
It’s a place to escape, reconnect with nature and breathe in the salty sea air; wake up to striking sunrises, unwind with equally spectacular sunsets and enjoy stargazing after dark.
You can follow our network of footpaths from the campsite, go wildlife watching at the nearby bird hide or head straight to the beach for sandy adventures.
Our Stackpole Estate is only a short drive away too, if you want to discover more of the National Trust’s special places in Pembrokeshire.
When is the campsite and farmhouse accommodation open and how do I book?
Gupton Farm campsite and farmhouse accommodation will open in spring 2017. We are now taking advanced bookings – please contact the team on 01646 623110 or email [email protected] for more information