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Frequently Asked Questions

What's included?

Included in the price of your stay at Wilder Retreats are fresh bed linens, towels, electricity, heating, cleaning supplies, logs for the stove, and standard end-of-stay cleaning. Additionally, we provide a welcome hamper with fresh milk, tea, coffee, and locally sourced delicious treats.

What is extra?

Everything you need to enjoy your stay is included in your cabins cost. The only extras to consider are food, drink and activities you wish to do while visiting Pembrokeshire.

We offer a superb selection of hampers, local produce and treat that you can purchase before your stay (we need 7 days’ notice) we will ensure these are in your cabin ready for your arrival.

Is there anything payable on location?

All the facilities of the A-Frame cabin are included in your booking cost. We have logs available to purchase on site incase you run low during your stay. We provide 3 large tubs of logs per stay which is more than enough for the log burner and to warm the hot tub.

What is the minimum stay?

Our minimum stay from March until October is 2 nights. During the winter season we may on occasion offer two-night stays.

How many guests do the cabins sleep?

Our cabins are designed to sleep two (ideally suited to couples or friends).

Can children stay at Wilder Retreats?

Wilder Retreats is an adult-only retreat that provides a peaceful and relaxing environment for our guests. We want to ensure that our guests have a tranquil stay with us, free from distractions and disruptions. Therefore, we do not allow children or babies on our premises. We understand that some may find it challenging to leave their little ones behind, but we want our guests to enjoy a truly rejuvenating escape. By creating an adult-only atmosphere, we provide a serene environment where our guests can fully unwind and recharge.

Are pets welcome?

At Wilder Retreats, we pride ourselves on being an eco-friendly and nature-conscious retreat. As we continue our rewilding efforts to create a thriving ecosystem, we have become a receptor site for several species, including hedgehogs. To ensure that our environment remains undisturbed, we have decided to implement a pet-free policy. We recognize that many of our guests love their furry companions, but we believe that by creating a pet-free environment, we can provide a safer and more hospitable habitat for our wildlife.

Is wifi available?

All of our cabins have free wifi. Please note that in the countryside, the internet speed may not be as fast as you are used to in urban areas. However, it’s sufficient for email, streaming Netflix, and social networking. We would love to see pictures of your stay, so please tag us @wilderretreats.

Is there parking?

Each A Frame has free parking for up to two cars. Please do not park on the grass.

What cooking and laundry facilities do the a frames have?

The A-frame cabins at Wilder Retreats come with a well-equipped kitchen, making it easy to prepare your own meals during your stay. The kitchen includes a two-hob burner, oven, microwave, and fridge, providing all the essentials you need for cooking and storing your food. Whether you want to whip up a quick breakfast before heading out for a day of exploring, or cook a delicious dinner to enjoy in the comfort of your cabin, your kitchen has you covered.

At Wilder Retreats, we do not provide laundry facilities on-site. However, we understand the importance of being able to do laundry, especially for guests who are staying for an extended period. Therefore, we recommend nearby laundrettes located in towns such as Milford Haven and Haverfordwest.

What is the cancelation policy?

For cancellations more than 10 weeks in advance we are able to offer our guests a full refund. Cancellations less than 4 weeks before will be given a partial refund of 50%. We are unable to offer any refund for cancellations that occur less than two weeks prior to your booking.

Are breakages covered?

Minor accidental breakages such as crockery are covered, but please let your us know as soon as possible so the item can be replaced before the next guest arrives. Serious damage needs to be raised with us within 24 hours and the cost for any replacements will be covered by the guest.

How secure is the online booking process?

Our reservation system is secure and your credit card and personal information are encrypted. We work to high standards to guarantee your privacy. For further details, please check our privacy policy.

What is the check in / out times?

Checkout is 10am on the last day of your stay and you may check in from 4pm.

Our site operates contactless checking and your accommodation can be accessed at any time via key boxes your unique code will be sent to you in your welcome email.

If you need any emergency assistance, please get in touch on the telephone number given in your arrival information or contact the relevant.

Fun Stuff

Where should I visit?

Pembrokeshire is a haven for nature lovers, with its stunning coastline, rolling hills, and diverse wildlife. Explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This area of outstanding natural beauty covers 186 miles of coastline and is home to a range of habitats, including sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, and salt marshes. Visitors can take a coastal walk, go bird watching, or take a boat trip to spot seals, dolphins, and whales.

One of the most popular destinations nearby is the charming city of St Davids, the smallest city in the UK. The highlight of the city is the magnificent St Davids Cathedral, which dates back to the 12th century and boasts stunning architecture and a rich history. Visitors can also explore the Bishop’s Palace and enjoy the delightful independent shops, galleries, and restaurants lining the picturesque streets.

Tenby is another charming coastal town in Pembrokeshire that has something to offer everyone. The town is home to beautiful beaches, stunning views, and a historic castle. Visitors can stroll along the picturesque harbour, explore the colourful houses lining the streets, or take a boat trip to nearby Caldey Island. Tenby also boasts a range of restaurants, cafes, and shops, making it the perfect destination for a day trip.

Or why not visit Skomer Island, uninhabited and home to a wide variety of seabirds, including puffins, razorbills, and guillemots. Visitors can take a boat trip from nearby Martin’s Haven to Skomer Island, where they can explore the rugged terrain and observe the wildlife up close.

What can I do?

With miles of coastline, it’s no surprise that surfing is a popular activity. Surfing hotspots such as Newgale, Whitesands Bay and Freshwater West offer consistent waves for beginners and experienced surfers alike. With many fantastic surf school located throughout the county its easy to jump into a lesson or hire a board and give it a go.

If the waves are flat Stand-up paddleboarding (SUPing) is another popular water sport that can be enjoyed on Pembrokeshire’s calm and sheltered waters. Places such as Dale Bay and Broad Haven are great for SUPing, and many companies offer guided tours to explore the coastline.

Rock climbing is another thrilling activity that Pembrokeshire has to offer. The dramatic coastline and inland cliffs provide plenty of opportunities for climbers of all levels. Places such as St. David’s Head, Range East and Porthclais are popular spots for rock climbing, and there are plenty of companies offering guided sessions for beginners. With breathtaking views and a range of challenges, rock climbing in Pembrokeshire is an unforgettable experience for any adventure seeker.

Food and drink?

Pembrokeshire is renowned for its delicious local produce and vibrant culinary scene, with many excellent pubs and restaurants to choose from. One of the most popular dining destinations in the region is The Griffin Inn in Dale, which offers fantastic seafood dishes sourced directly from the waters of Milford Haven. The pub also boasts a cosy atmosphere and a great selection of local ales and ciders.

Another popular choice is The Swan Inn in Little Haven, which is just a short drive from Wilder Retreats. The pub has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with a log fire and comfortable seating, and serves a range of classic pub dishes made with locally sourced ingredients.

For those seeking a fine dining experience, Coast in Saundersfoot is an excellent choice, with a Michelin star and several AA rosettes under its belt. The menu features fresh, locally sourced ingredients, with a focus on seafood dishes, and the restaurant’s coastal location offers beautiful views across the bay.

In terms of traditional pubs, The Sloop Inn in Porthgain is a charming old-fashioned pub serving hearty pub food and local ales in a beautiful coastal setting. The pub has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and visitors can sit outside and enjoy views of the harbour.

Finally, The Farmers Arms in Mathry is a great place to stop for a pint of real ale and a hearty meal after a long day exploring the Pembrokeshire countryside. The pub has a rustic feel, with a wood-burning stove and traditional Welsh décor, and the menu features classic pub favourites made with locally sourced ingredients.