SA68 0TN Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire
+44 (0)1646/ 651 452
Tything Barn is a family naturist site. We welcome visitors from all over the world, whether single, couples, families etc.
We have 40 pitches for caravans, motor homes and tents. 2 wood cabins, 2 cottages
- London 240 miles
- Open all year
- Area for tents
- Area for caravans
- Area for campers
- Area (ha): 10
- Number of places: 40
- Number of sites with electricity: 40
- Rental accommodations
- Cars on separate parking
- Fridge / freezer for communal use
- Adapted toilets for disabled
- WIFI / internet
- Lake (suitable for swimming)
- Organized activities for adults
- English spoken
- Singles welcome
- Pets allowed
- Suitable for children
Opinions and experiences of visitors with Tything Barn.
Mandi Attwood-davis | 04-07-2017
Paul | 22-04-2017
jim and sally | 23-01-2017
did you get my feedback ! thank you both again ! for a great time ,we are mising the freedom all ready and can not wait to come back ! it's a 5 hrs drive from here but worth it
kindest regards Dave n Rose
dave berry | 25-06-2016
R beynon | 20-06-2016
gareth stone | 26-11-2015
The terrier soon made her self at home and true dog friendly site, thanks from Sox x
also had excelent time on river with Paul and Tides Kayaks .
Hosts Jo and Mike wellcoming, informative and smiling,
Garry, Cat and Sox | 28-07-2015
steven lancashire | 27-03-2015
Jan, Tom and Holly | 21-09-2014
graham | 15-05-2014
My first visit to a naturist camp site with my Lady friend at the young age of 68. Booked on for one night and stayed ten,been back for another ten nights and hope to visit many more times in the future. Nothing can compare with the feeling of complete ease of walking and swimming naked in wonderful grounds bathed with the sunshine of the last couple of months. I recommend this site to anyone who has not tried naturist life,the staff are very pleasant (after warning no hanky panky is tolerated)and helpful, giving you a full site tour on arrival of the well serviced site.
Dave Baker | 06-09-2013
The facilities were perfect - this isnt the place for someone who wants every last facility but the swimming was great, the walks relaxing and the facilities very good. I really cant wait to return.
Jon | 17-08-2013
david ward | 18-10-2012
Karen Evans | 02-09-2012
The estuary is virtually deserted and the far side is wooded, so you can enjoy walking along the shoreline.
You can swim in the tidal pools, and their are two rowing boats for use (albeit somewhat old).
A must visit site.
Be aware that the access roads are very narrow so you need to be sure you can reverse well if you are towing a caravan!
S.N. | 18-08-2010