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Florence Springs are a unique holiday experience set in the beautiful coastal destination of Pembrokeshire. They offer both unusual places to stay and yurt holidays. Today we speak to them about the inspiration behind Florence Springs. 

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Florence Springs, Wales

Florence Springs

When did you open?

2012

Can you tell us a little bit about the inspiration behind the business?

To be the first glamping site near Tenby and to offer a unique experience to our guests, where they can enjoy the many local attractions but still have an eco experience.

Yurts Florence Springs

What time of year would you recommend to visit?

June to September

If a visitor only had 1 weekend, how would you suggest they spend their time?

Embrace Pembrokeshire’s wonderful tourist attractions and soak up the sun on our number of famous blue flag beaches.

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Can you recommend any special places to eat?

Fantastic choice of restaurants and cafes in the area. Quayside Lawrenny Tearooms is just 10 miles away and is a delightful cafe on the edge of the estuary, that specialises in fresh seafood and organic cuisine.

Tenby and Saundersfoot boasts some lovely restaurants with ‘The Moorings’ ‘Coast’ ‘The Mulberry’ and ‘The Baytree’, all located within 5 miles of Florence Springs.

What type of guest is Florence Springs suitable for?

The perfect family adventure, who are looking to come back and enjoy nature but in luxury.

How would you best describe Florence Springs in 3 words?

Peaceful, Escapism and Adventure

Prices start at:

£315 for a short break and £497 for a week.

Best way of getting there:

Car - Check in is at Heatherton. Follow the M4 West until Junction 49, then follow signs to Carmarthen. When reaching Carmarthen, on the 1st roundabout take the 2nd exit - At the next roundabout take the 1st exit, this is the St. Clears/Fishguard Road (A477) towards Kilgetty. Follow the A477 until you reach Kilgetty roundabout, then take the A477 (signposted Pembroke Dock) do not turn for Tenby. Follow the A477 and then at the roundabout at Sageston (Carew Market roundabout) take the first exit onto the B4318 to Tenby. Heatherton is approximately 3 miles on your left after the turnings for St Florence. Heatherton has large blue signs.

Contact:

www.florencesprings.co.uk

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