Patch of the Planet, or Llecyn o’r Blaned in Welsh, is a self-sufficiency smallholding project in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire.

On the Southern foothills of the Preseli Hills, you’ll find our five acre, organic smallholding enjoying stunning views over Pembrokeshire and an array of wildlife including a willow woodland and regular close visits from Red Kites. It’s a stone’s throw from some of Wales’ most important and iconic neolithic sites, with the local Blue Stone the very same found in Stonehenge.

A view from the campsite, across unspoilt, rural Pembrokeshire
A view from the campsite, across unspoilt, rural Pembrokeshire

Just 25 minutes from the Pembrokeshire’s stunning beaches and cliffs, with coast to the North, South and West, and with the Llys-Y-Fran country park and outdoor activity centre just ten minutes’ walk away, it’s brilliantly located for a varied holiday of walks, beaches, sea and hills. . 

Our unique camping experience offers just two dedicated, comfortable bell tents within our smallholding, each on a generous 20 metre pitch. We offer the chance for a Pembrokeshire get-away surrounded by beauty, wildlife and peace, quiet and stars like you wouldn’t believe. It’s a quiet camping experience – we don’t allow electronic music, radios or drones, instead favouring the sounds of nature, conversation and play.

We offer informal tours of the smallholding for those that would like to find out more, and a chance to buy fresh food, eggs and other produce produced right here.

To enquire about booking a break in one of our bell tents, please send us an email to Or to keep up to date with everything going on here, follow us on Facebook.