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Ap­ple Camp­ing, Pem­brokeshire

Against the tra­di­tional back­drop of colour­ful cot­tages, thatched B&Bs and quaint camp­ing sites, Ap­ple Camp­ing has crashed brazenly on to the scene in ru­ral Pem­brokeshire. Pok­ing through the trees like a Lord of the Flies film set, the grey fuse­lage of a 65ft-long Jet­star aero­plane is an eye-catch­ing place to stay. In­side, the wing­less, first-class air­craft still re­tains many of its Seven­ties fit­tings – the orig­i­nal bar is well stocked, there are com­fort­able leather seats and am­bi­ent light­ing to set the mood – while the cock­pit is equipped with flight sim­u­la­tor and Xbox games, so you can play at be­ing pilot. Re­placed with a wider, ar­ti­fi­cial bed­room space, the plane’s tail is now equipped with a dou­ble bed and pres­suris­ing air­craft door, with an ex­tra bed for chil­dren be­hind the

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