Aurora Yurt is the last quirky abode to be completed in Star Court, a fabulous glamping site tucked away in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park close to multi award winning Barafundle Bay and glorious Broad Haven South Beach.
Aurora is a spacious and yet exceedingly cosy yurt with a log burning stove, huge comfy double bed, inviting twin futon beds, a cute peep hole window, dining table and chairs and plenty of storage, perfect for a family or 4 friends sharing. Outside the well equipped open air kitchen is sure to inspire all members of your group to help prepare and share convivial meals around the open fire pit and grill. All the essential amenities are on site too including hot showers and flushing toilets in lovely bespoke wooden bathrooms. A convenient dhobi houses a sink, washing machine, tumble dryer even a chest freezer. Everything you could possibly need for a comfortable stay.
Star Court is conveniently located for exploring beautiful south Pembrokeshire. It is within an easy drive of the celebrated coast path, fabulous beaches, seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot, Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle and Pembroke Castle. Multi award winning Stackpole Inn for great food and local ales is nearby. Cream teas in the National Trust Boathouse Cafe garden are a real treat and seafood specialities at the Pembrokeshire Beach Company kiosk Cafe Mor at Freshwater West are delicious. Owner Jonathan has developed his business from humble beginnings in 2010 to the multi award winning establishment it is today. He catered for the London Olympics, supplies Harrods and Marks & Spencer with some of his innovative products such as Mermaid Biscuits and Welshman’s Caviar and runs popup beach kiosks at festivals all over Britain.
South Pembrokeshire has a selection of excellent family attractions including the Blue Lagoon Water Park, Folly Farm, Manor House Wild Welsh Zoo, Dinosaur Park, Heatherton Sports Park, Carew Karting, the Tudor Merchant’s House (N.T.) in Tenby and Oakwood Theme Park.
Garden lovers should make time to visit Colby Woodland Garden (N.T.), Stackpole Walled Gardens and Upton Castle Garden, all quite different and full of interest. Their tearooms are pretty good too. Walking beside the Bosherston Lily Ponds is a treat and terminates on the beach at Broad Haven South backed by dunes with impressive Church Rock standing sentinel in the bay.
More adventurous visitors might enjoy surfing at Freshwater West or Manorbier, coastering or sea kayaking at tiny historic Stackpole Quay, rock climbing on the rugged coast, cycling, coastal walking, beach riding, sailing, motor boating, golf, kite surfing, fishing, foraging and diving. There is something for everyone.
If you’re considering glamping 2017, Aurora Yurt still has summer availability. Book now in time for the predicted Indian summer.