Cornflower at Headland Escape offers a unique seaside holiday experience along the Welsh Riviera, a luxurious yurt on a family-run glamping site at Lydstep Haven near the walled town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, a pet-friendly holiday home with wood-burner, lantern ceiling, and insulated pine flooring.
Couples and families seeking a unique seaside holiday experience need look no further than a stay at Cornflower, a luxurious yurt part of the Headland Escape family-run glamping site at Lydstep Haven near the Welsh town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
This fabulous dog-friendly cottage sits on the grounds of the owner’s home, surrounded by scenic countryside views and just a short walk to the sand and shingle beach backed by wooded cliffs and looking out toward Caldey Island. Unwind in the relaxing hot tub amidst a stunning stretch of fields, where you can soak in the crisp seaside air and take in glorious scenery.
A lovely welcome mat greets you upon arrival at Cornflower, and as you walk in, you’ll have your breath taken away by the sumptuous interior and its tall, curved ceiling. The yurt comes with insulated pine flooring and a plush sofa that converts into a sofa bed perfect for children or extra guests.
Just outside the yurt, basic kitchen facilities allow you to cook up your camping goodies, whilst the nearby shop provides necessities to keep you stocked. Eat upon the small dining table inside, then fire up the wood-burner and relax upon the double bed centred in the yurt, gazing up at the stars through the lantern ceiling. This coastal cottage also includes individual external bathroom facilities with a shower, basin, and WC just across the grass.
Hook up with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path just down the lane from Cornflower at Headlands Escape, or stroll to the traditional Welsh pub in the heart of the village. Pack your golf clubs and play a round at Trefloyne or Tenby, pamper yourself with a visit to Celtic Haven Spa, or take a boat trip to Caldey Island and its monastery to watch seals and puffin frolic. The bustling seaside resort of Tenby sits along the Welsh Riviera, part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and enclosed by medieval walls.