Glamp Rocks!

Glamp Rocks!

I don’t know about you, but most days I sit at twin screens. I have on average about twenty windows open. Vying for my attention are all manner of notifications (Come to a meeting! You’ve been tweeted! Come to Zumba! The snack machine is broken!)… Wouldn’t it be lovely to just turn it all off? Well, I fancied spending a bit of time off the grid. And  I think, with Cwtch Camp, I’ve found the perfect place to do it. Cwtch Camp is a secluded spot in the Pembrokeshire countryside, skipping distance from the Daugleddau Estuary. The camp comprises three acres of woodland, lightly peppered with timber cabins. And it’s peaceful. Dear god, is it peaceful. If you’re prepared to make the trek, you’ll be rewarded with a sumptuous helping of shire idyll. You’ll find serene woodland, isolated beaches, invigorating walks, traffic-free cycle routes… If such things don’t spark your hand drill, you might want to skip to the next article. Because going to Cwtch Camp is all about getting back to the country. A Cwtch – other than being the Welsh word for cuddle (aw!) – is the camp’s name for the timber cabin itself. At present, there are three onsite. The sparsely-populated site is one of the main draws, and you really wouldn’t want many more. These cosy pods are handcrafted using locally-milled, sustainably-sourced solid timber. According to site owner and manager, Beth Jones, “The cabins are not unlike timber-framed, Scandinavian cabins. Strength and durability are of the utmost importance. Each Cwtch measures 8 feet by 16 feet with plenty of head room, is secure with a...