Tiny Home

Letterston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Off grid hut offers back to basic living, ideal for those looking for a digital detox and a re-connection to nature. Based near Fishguard.

Key Points

  • Off grid tiny home living for 2 guests set on a 14 acre nature reserve near Fishguard.
  • Enjoy eco living with solar electrics, cosy wood burner and pumped water.
  • Simple kitchen area inside and al fresco kitchen outside.
  • Relax on your terrace next to the firebowl taking in the beautiful sunsets.
  • During the winter months please note the shower facility is not available.


A real off-grid "Tiny Home" for 2 guests situated in a quiet corner of a 14 acre private nature reserve on the edge of the Preseli Mountains, near the Pembrokeshire coastline. 2.5 km of nature trail lead you around the farm so you can enjoy a peaceful walk and visit the animals and listen to the birds and other creatures who live in the woods and fields around. 

Tiny Home is a spacious wooden hut that offers off grid eco living with all you could need for a relaxing stay. Lay back and relax on the high quality super-king sized bed and keep warm with the wood burner. There is a simple kitchenette preparation area inside and outside you can cook on the gas hob in the al fresco kitchen area. French doors and a stable door offer stunning views down through the wooden valley and outside you can light the fire bowl, sit back and relax taking in the incredible sunsets. Animal fans will enjoy this wildlife hide style property with its plethora of birdlife.  Books, local maps, a DAB radio and games are also provided in the Tiny Home and lots more is available for your entertainment in the campers barn. There is a small honesty shop here too where you can buy super tasty fresh eggs from the hens. A private compost toilet is available for your use. The super hot showers are a short walk away, these have both been created reusing items making totally unique washing facilities.

Locally you can explore the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastline with its many villages and towns, visit the cathedral at St. Davids or take a trip to the historic Scolton Manor with its beautiful gardens and tearoom. 

No children or pets.

Please bring bedlinen and towels with you or request bedding at an extra cost of £10. 

There is a minimum 2 night stay. Please note if booking a stay in winter (Nov-end of April) there is no shower facility available. 

Please click Check Availability to see dates and prices. 


Eco Credentials: The property has fully off-grid solar electrics including lights, pumped water, 240V power socket and even a USB charger. To keep the hut warm during the colder evenings there is all round sheep's wool insulation. The owners reuse, recycle and repurpose. They offer eco toiletries/wash up liquid, for free because they don't want to have chemicals on the land.

Room Types




 Accessible toilet

 Not suitable for those with mobility issues


 Compost toilet

 Outdoor access to bathroom

 Shower - outdoor



 Dining area





 Dining area

 Fire pit

 Seating area


Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Local shop

 Pub within walking distance



 Board games


 Games room

On Arrival

 Bring your own linen

 Bring your own towels

 Pay extra for bedding & towels

Safety & Security

 Carbon monoxide detector

 Fire extinguisher


 Drinking water





 Kitchenware / Utensils

 Tea & Coffee

Shared Facilities

 On-site shop



 Quiet location


 Solar-powered electricity


Can I bring my dog?

Sorry no. Our site is a sensitive wildlife refuge and we have farm animals.

Will my phone work?


Is there wi-fi?

No. The site has no wi-fi. 4g does work here on a few networks.

Can I charge small items?

Yes. There is an electric charging unit in the campers barn.

How far is the sea?

6 miles to our nearest beach. There are over 25 beaches within easy reach (less than 20 min drive).

Can I drive to Tiny Home?

No. The site is car free to enhance the enjoyment and safety for everyone. Parking is about 100 m from Tiny Home. There are wheel barrows to borrow to bring your belongings to your accommodation.

Is it suitable for children

Sorry no. We like to just have adults staying in the Tiny Home.

Is it cold in Tiny Home?

Quite the opposite. When the little burner is lit it heats up to T-Shirt temperature in 10 minutes. With all the insulation it stays warm well after the burner goes out.

Are there lots of trains and are they noisy?

There are a handful of trains a day serving Fishguard harbour. They are each only 1 or 2 carriages and are on welded rails so it just sounds like a van or lorry going past. The trains just serve as a reminder that there is a world still out there! If you are lucky you may see the Pullman doing a special journey.

Nearest Airport/s


Content updated on 12th September 2023 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Jo Danks from Tiny Home