, Penlan Isaf, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire.
Kidwelly Glamping comprises two luxury four berth safari tents, Red Kite and Merlin, set in large secluded pitches providing privacy and plenty of space and freedom for children. There is also bed and breakfast available in the farmhouse (see Kidwelly Farmhouse) and a four-bedroom self-catering barn conversion (see Kidwelly Farm Cottage).
Kidwelly Farm overlooks the ancient town of Kidwelly with its medieval castle and church. There are breath-taking views of the sea and countryside with footpaths around the farm, including one leading direct from the farm down to the town and castle.
The position of the tents, spaced well apart, is a peaceful haven of the countryside, where you can relax on your veranda or take a soak in your own wood-fired hot tub and enjoy the views. Watch the daily life of a working farm, with cattle in the adjoining fields, collect eggs from the chickens and play on the swing down by the brook. Make the most of the dark night skies of West Wales for star gazing.
With the Gower to the east and Pembrokeshire to the west, there is scenery, walking and beaches in abundance. Pembrey Country Park is packed with activities ranging from a 130 metre dry ski slope, the longest toboggan run in Wales, a steam train, pitch and putt golf, adventure playground, miles of cycle and horse riding tracks, picnic areas and seven miles of safe sandy beach boasting a blue flag. Visit the National Wetland Centre for hundreds of wildfowl and birds, including flamingoes. For castle lovers there are Kidwelly itself, Carreg Cennen, Laugharne (home to Dylan Thomas and his famous boathouse) and Dinefwr where you will also find the 18th century gardens designed by Capability Brown. The list goes on!