James – May 2022

A spectacularly beautiful spot to spent a week

From the moment that we drove up the hill and our safari tent came in to view we knew we had picked a beautiful place to camp for a week. There are actually three of these safari tents. Ours was positioned facing the water with a view of the great old oak tree, roots exposed and reflected beautifully in the water. Another is placed on the opposite side with a larger grassy area for kids to play, (this one is still just as close to the water but rotated by 90 degrees so as to face on to the grassy area as well. From this tent you can walk a few feet down to the base of the oak tree to admire it. The third safari tent is situated away from the water in its own secluded green area, with much more space for children to run around. All three, (though ours in particular) are stunningly beautiful and well kept, with lovely kitchen, bathroom and sleeping areas. Additionally an outdoor fire pit, an indoor log burner, and an outdoor hot tub are all provided for your enjoyment.

We had such an amazing time at Under the Oak and ventured out as far as Pembrokeshire to see the impressive coastline.

It would be difficult to find things to improve about the site, however I do think that the cost of wood was a bit steep at £7 for a relatively small amount. In particular this is steep when you consider that the hot tub is not electric and has to have a fire stoked for a few hours to bring it up to temperature.

Under the Oak glamping was one of the nicest glamping sites I’ve ever stayed in and we will definitely be returning in the future.

Thank you Lydia and Richard!!