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What's New at Penhein

Here’s the latest on what’s happening at Penhein:

Plant a Tree at Penhein

July 6, 2020

As many of you will already know, our glampsite is nestled amongst three acres of semi-ancient woodland. We regularly have our land assessed by an Arboriculturalist, and this June received the devastating news that quite a significant number of our trees were suffering from Ash Dieback, a problem that seems to be spreading across the […]

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We’re nearly open for 2020! New adventures are about to begin…

March 12, 2020

Here we are on the cusp of a new season of adventures at Penhein! As the daffodils spring up and the trees turn to bud, our thoughts are turning to longer days and all the fun in store at our glorious glampsite. We LOVE the fact that so many of our guests return year-on-year, but […]

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Top 10 Tips for the Perfect Festival Wedding

February 12, 2020

Laidback, rustic and romantic, festival weddings sound wonderful…but how do you actually pull one off? We’re sharing our step-by-step guide to help you plan not only the big day itself but a whole weekend of festival fun. 1. Count up the guests and pick your celebration space under canvas    First things first, nail down the […]

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Penhein Highlights 2019

November 22, 2019

Well, what an amazing season of glamping at Penhein! The leaves are falling on the farm, and we’re about to zip up our tents for the winter. But before we do, we’re looking back over the wonderful year we’ve had, making the most of this beautiful, unspoilt place. Sleeping under canvas, amongst nature, is an […]

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Crackly fires and crunchy leaves: Autumn arrives at Penhein

September 17, 2019

September brings bright sunny days and cold starry nights that are perfect for glamping. We’re feeling excited for all the adventures that the new season brings, and have rounded up our top 10 things to look forward to this autumn at Penhein: 1. Crunching through leaves and climbing trees   Our glampsite sits nestled in the […]

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