Tything Barn caters for caravanners, campers and day visitors together with some self catering accommodation and is located on the Carew River on the site of a now defunct Oyster Farm. The site although large in size, with foreshore, tidal flooded quarries for swimming and boating and wonderful walks, is restricted in the number of caravans and tents as the site is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Weather permitting this is an excellent venue for a short or long break, but a must for all naturists visiting Pembrokeshire.
Salt water lagoon for swimming, boating and fishing. Sheltered meadows for tents and tourers. Shower & toilet block, fridge/freezer. Two cottages and two wood cabins to let, suitable for summer and winter.
A tranuility unique to Tything Barn
Situated within the Welsh National Parks, the site encompasses 23 beautiful acres (9.3 hectares) of land purely dedicated to a Naturist / Naturalist lifestyle. Within the grounds there are managed woodlands, salt-water lagoons and naturalised quarries joined by four meadows with dividing hedgerows.The terrain gently slopes down to the banks of the Carew River as it joins the Cleddau Estuary.To be at one with nature is an honour, but to be a unique Naturist Site is a privilege we take seriously.We are the only official Naturist campsite within the National Parks able to enjoy the best nature has to offer us naturally. As such, we welcome you and your families.