Glamping

Experience the thrill of glamping in Cornwall. Discover unique Cornish camping options with a touch of luxury. Embrace nature in style with cosy yurts, safari tents, and more.

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Unforgettable outdoor adventures await you in picturesque settings.

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Glamping in Cornwall

Glamping combines the comforts of modern amenities with the immersive charm of the great outdoors, allowing visitors to connect with nature while enjoying a touch of luxury. In Cornwall, glamping sites are scattered throughout stunning landscapes, from countryside to coast. Glampers can choose their ideal location to indulge in the breathtaking scenery that Cornwall has to offer.

One of the main attractions of glamping in Cornwall is the opportunity to immerse oneself in nature. Glampers can wake up to the sound of birdsong, breathe in the fresh air, and step outside their accommodations to find themselves surrounded by the region's natural wonders. Whether it's stargazing under clear night skies, enjoying a cup of coffee amidst a peaceful woodland, or exploring nearby trails and walking paths, the possibilities for outdoor adventures and relaxation are endless.

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Glamping in Newquay

Coastal Valley Camp and Crafts

A bit of Cornish bliss at a traditional campsite with a bit of luxury in a beautiful landscaped valley. The sound of the babbling stream harmonises with the robins and song thrush and no car or house ...

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Glamping in Bude

East Thorne - Cornwall

East Thorne is dedicated to quality glamping holidays experiences... ...Glamping is an on trend way of getting in to the outdoor life, but with more than a hint of luxury.

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Glamping in Land's End

Boskenna Shepherds Hut

There is no need to give up life’s pleasures as our hut is fully equipped with a king size comfortable bed that you don’t have to fold away by day or climb over each other to access.

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Visit Cornwall Special Offers
Special Offers

From late availability to money-off discounts, we have an offer to suit everyone.

Whether you're in need of a last-minute getaway or whether you're simply looking for a saving for your next adventure, we have an offer for you. From last-minute trips to early bird discounts, a quick weekend away to savvy savings on your family break; discover more of Cornwall for less.

FAQs

The answers to your all important Cornish questions.

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  • Spoilt for choice!

    St Ives alone has five wonderful beaches, with both Porthminster and Porthmeor being awarded Blue Flags in 2022. Across the bay you will find three miles of golden sand stretching north from the Hayle Estuary. Then there's Porthtowan and Portreath just up the coast...

    Sennen Cove right down near Land's End is another popular stretch both with surfers and families, whilst Mount's Bay provides endless walking and is often home to kite surfers.

    There's also countless small secret coves, ideal for hiding away in, we would tell you where they are, but they wouldn't be secret then!

  • Avoid the traffic jams, the arguments when the GPS sends you the wrong way and the general hassle of having to drive great distances...

    GWR operate high speed train services frequently from London Paddington station including the Night Riviera Sleeper Service to Penzance. There are also direct trains daily from Bristol and beyond. More info from: nationalrail.co.uk

    Once in Cornwall, there's a great rail network for getting around the county, ideal for when the roads are busy in the summer. Give the driver a rest and grab a cheap day return to St Ives or Looe. Sit back and enjoy the scenery on the Tamar Valley Line or head to the beach at Newquay or Falmouth. For more info, go to Great Scenic Railways

    For National Rail enquiries telephone 08457 484950

    The First Group co-ordinate bus services from many Cornish stations.

    Park-and-ride schemes run in season at Liskeard (for Looe) and St Erth (for St. Ives).

  • That all depends on what you are looking for? North Cornwall tends to be wilder, rugged cliffs, long sandy windswept beaches, a land of myth's and legends...

    The south coast is gentler, historic fishing villages, small sheltered coves and green fields running down to the water's edge.

    Whichever coast you choose, you will receive a warm welcome, and if you do get bored, it's never much more than an hour's drive from one side to the other.

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