The Pyatt's Nest Treehouse is a charming cabin building vacation rental located in Florence Springs Glamping in St Florence, Tenby, South Wales. The unique treehouse cabin building has countryside views. Inside you'll find one master double, a living area with a wood burner and additional sleeping for up to two children. There are a sheltered outdoor dining/kitchen area and a secure freezer that is located at the park entrance in a communal area. The cozy treehouse has an outdoor shower and water closet, along with a balcony with a slide and a patio area with an outdoor wood-fired hot tub. This treehouse retreat is perfect for couples or small families who are looking for a memorable retreat. Pets are not allowed. This unique vacation rental has one bedroom and can accommodate up to 4 people. You can choose from a quirky one-bedroom hobbit cabin building, a yurt or a treehouse.
Amenities at Pyatt's Nest Treehouse include an outdoor wood-fired hot tub, an outdoor shower and water closet, a communal secure freezer at the park entrance, ice blocks, and cooler boxes are supplied. Other amenities at the treehouse vacation rental include bed linen and duvets, an outdoor barbecue, garden furniture, a wood burner, travel cots, complimentary welcome pack and highchairs at an additional fee.
Pyatt's Nest Treehouse is located in Tenby, South Wales where you will find plenty to do. Tenby is one of the area's best seaside towns where you can enjoy glorious beaches, a warm atmosphere, and Victorian architectural design. You can go fishing, visit the 15th-century church, relax on Caldey Island, or take a walk along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Whether you are looking for a beach to take small children, or somewhere for a bit of adventure, Tenby's beaches have it all. Harbour Beach is great for small kids or you can use the easy access slipway to get down to Castle Beach. Visit the Goscar Rock on North Beach and then head over to the beachfront snack-bar or, if go for a run at South Beach, the most spacious of Tenby's beautiful beaches.
Tenby has beautiful coastal walks, with one of the most enjoyable routes being the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which takes you north to Saundersfoot, an up and down 4.5-mile stretch that has excellent views of Saundersfoot Bay from the headland at Monkstone Point. Aside from the harbor, Tenby has three sandy beaches, perfect for sailing, relaxing and enjoying some ice cream. The beaches are also the perfect place to build a sandcastle with a moat, just be ready for the incoming tide. During your vacation in Tenby, you might visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, or go fishing at the harbor beside the Castle Hill.
Tenby's Welsh name, Dinbych-y-Pysgod translates to Little Fortress of the Fish, which makes sense considering its location. Another thing to do is to visit Caldy Island, which is just 20 minutes away by boat, it's an oasis of calm where you can watch the seabirds or relax on a tiny beach. The Island is owned and run by a community of Cistercian monks, and open to the public on summer weekdays and on Saturdays.
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