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Starry Nights: Our top tips for Stargazing

We are very excited about our new stargazers for 2021






Our brand new Stargazer tents are perfect for a few nights away under a blanket of stars. All Stargazer tents have a telescope and star gazing guide for you to enjoy the night sky at your own leisure. (as well as a private bathroom, kitchen, garden and outdoor bath tub)


Pembrokeshire is a designated Dark Sky reserve and is one of the leading places in the UK for stargazing and dark skies due to low light pollution and tranquility. You are are well placed to spot a shooting star or a glittering meteor shower and even the Milky Way.


On our retreats and at events throughout the year we also work with the team at Dark Sky Wales who put on Dark Sky events where they show you the constellations and relay tales of welsh folklore and Greek mythology based on our historic understanding of the stars. They provide telescope astronomy sessions as well as a pop up Planetarium.


The National Trust car park at Broadhaven South is a designated Dark Sky area - this means its protected from light pollution and there are no buildings or trees that will disturb your sightline to the stars. Pop along to the car park as the sun goes down and delight at the sky lighting up like few other locations in the UK. It’s about a 35-minute drive from Lawrenny.


The Broadhaven South car park is a particular highlight as it is certified as being one of the few places where the Milky Way is visible to the naked eye on a clear night.