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AROUND Thorning farm

You will find Thorning farm a mile off the main road down a farm track a bit bumpy so take it slow.When you get here you will find ruff countryside that we have left natural to encourage as much wildlife to the farm as possible ,NO smart lines and mowed lawns here, just nature we have an old broken down shed but until the Barn owl finds a new home it will have to stay.Then onto the glamping field WOW! you can see for miles with panoramic sea views of Caldey Island, Tenby, Saundersfoot, Wisemans bridge, Amroth, Telpyn, Marros, Morfa Bychan and the 7 mile long beach of Pendine Sands.. Amazing!.


If you love to get on your bike Thorning farm is in a great spot. Cycle ROUTE 4 goes pass our drive and can take you to small coastal villages with pubs shops and restaurants or just enjoy the beautiful beaches all around us. Click the link below for cycle track ideas.

Mountain Bikes

Caldey Island, Tenby, Saundersfoot, Wisemans bridge, Amroth, Telpyn, Marros Morfa Bychan and Pendine Sands are the beaches you can see from our glamping field. With the coastal path and good shoes you can get to them all. The two nearest beaches are Marros and Morfa Bychan Beach you can get to them using tracks from the glamping field onto the coastal path straight down to the beach and these beaches are totally Dog friendly. The walk to the beach from the campsite can take 30 minutes along the coastal path, the path can be uneven in places and down hill meaning only one thing its up hill to get back on to the site. To drive to the nearest beach Pendine or Amroth it takes 10 minutes and you can park close to the beach and enjoy shops, pubs and cafes plus the beach without breaking a sweat.

click the links for nearest beaches

On Thorning farm we have hardly any light pollution on a clear night you will be amazed to see billions of stars above your head. Put a blanket on the grass with your family and prepare to be amazed. Will you see a shooting star?


We are so lucky here on Thorning farm we have an abundance of wildlife. Badgers, Fox, Bats, Squirrels, Hedgehogs, Stoats, Barn Owls, Red Kites, Buzzards, Woodpeckers, Choughs and the rare skylarks just to name a few plus plenty of small birds. Its a nature and bird watchers paradise.

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