- Sleeps: 2
- Bedroom: 1
- Bathroom: 1
- Minimum stay: 1-2 nights
Boasting atmospheric views of St. Brides Bay and its blazing orange sunsets, Wilder Retreats is a 24-acre rewilding site that’s beautifully positioned on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
This is a place where nature reigns supreme. Over time the owners have diligently planted thousands of woodland trees, cultivating wildflower meadows and tirelessly re-establishing natural ponds and waterways, to allow as many species as possible to thrive.
Both an endangered species receptor site and a relocation site for rescue hedgehogs, Wilder Retreats is a true sanctuary. So when you book a stay in one of the six A-frame cabins, you’ll feel instantly relaxed and ready to immerse yourselves in the natural world.
Perfect for a romantic couple or two best friends, you’ll enjoy ever-changing views of the coastal wilderness through your cabin’s enormous glass frontage… and incredible views of the star-filled evening sky from your private wood-fired hot tub.
Your cabin itself is a haven of natural luxury, with a plush sofa and cosy blankets for snuggly evenings in by the log fire. Bluetooth speakers and a ready supply of board games will keep you entertained, while a welcome hamper with hot drinks, fresh milk, and locally-sourced treats will get your stay off to a delicious start.
There’s a fully-equipped kitchen for meals of every description, and a private patio with lounging furniture for post-dinner tipples, fuelled by deep conversation and tranquil sunset views.
When it’s finally time for bed, there’ll be a comfy kingsize bed waiting on the mezzanine floor, primed for a sound night’s sleep. Enjoy morning coffee to a chorus of birdsong – if you can bear it, set an early alarm to catch the most beautiful sunrises – and then freshen up in your indulgent rain shower, an invigorating way to start the day!Keep reading
At a glance
- Six luxury A-frame cabins, adults-only and set within a 24-acre rewilding site on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
- Each two-person cabin boasts full self-contained facilities and spectacular wilderness views from its enormous glass frontage.
- Curl up on your plush sofa, or laze on your private patio – furnished for lounging – with an after-dinner tipple, over sublime sunset views.
- As the first stars appear in the evening sky, take a soothing dip in your private wood-fired hot tub to soothe your senses before bed.
- Laze in your private lawn area, or explore the beauty of your surroundings with a walk or boat trip. The cathedral city of St. Davids is close by, and there’s ample opportunity for activities and watersports in the local area.
- There is an honesty shop on site, and a wealth of places to eat out nearby.
- Adults Only
- Hot Tubs
- Seaside Breaks
Per cabin: sofa, board games, Bluetooth speaker, Wi-Fi, blankets, log burner with logs provided, filtered air distribution system, kitchen with combi oven/microwave, boiling tap, 2-hob burner, cooking and dining equipment, welcome hamper, bathroom with rain shower, WC, towels provided, stairs to mezzanine floor with kingsize bed. Private patio with lounging furniture, lawn area, wood-fired hot tub. Parking for 2 cars.
Walking, cycling, beaches, watersports, swimming, boat trips, wildlife-watching, picnic spots, historic sites, independent shops, pubs, galleries, restaurants.
What will you do with the rest of it? Laze on your private lawn awhile, getting lost in a good book before savouring a tasty lunchtime picnic (there’s an honesty shop on site, and a selection of local-produce hampers and treats can be pre-ordered for your stay).
You could also choose to explore the sprawling 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – in all its mesmerising glory. Take a breezy coastal walk, grab your binoculars and watch the birds, or take a boat trip to the uninhabited Skomer Island for sublime wildlife-spotting.
Prefer shopping and historic architecture? Nearby St. Davids is the UK’s smallest city, boasting a 12th century cathedral and an array of independent galleries, shops, and restaurants to browse.
Pembrokeshire is also a confirmed culinary hotspot – the owners recommend The Griffin Inn in Dale, which serves the freshest seafood in cosy surroundings – so there’ll be plenty to whet your appetite before it’s time to head back to your cosy cabin.
Things to note
Minimum 3-night stay from March to October, 1 or 2-night stays may be possible in the winter season. Children and pets are not permitted to stay in the cabins. Seven days’ notice is required for pre-ordering local food hampers and treats – contact the property owners for more information.