Welcome to Grassington Farm
Wigwam Holidays Grassington Farm is nestled in beautiful South West Cornwall, near the historic market town of Helston. Helston hosts a mixture of Georgian and Victorian architecture and is home to Cornwall’s largest freshwater lake, separated from the sea by a long sand bar.
Set on a beef, cereal and flower farm, the site has six en-suite, luxury Running Water Deluxe Wigwam Cabins, allowing you to reconnect with nature whilst still enjoying home comforts. Its central location makes it the ideal base to explore popular Cornwall attractions all the way to Lands End.
Total tranquility away from the hustle and bustle Come and soak in the tranquility of this peaceful site surrounded by open countryside, with no traffic noise or light pollution. After a busy day full of exploring, sit back and stargaze from your Kirami wood-fired hot tub. Listen to the crackle of the wood fire and enjoy the soothing sensation of deep hot water as you admire the site’s stunning rural landscape views.
Running Water Deluxe Wigwam Cabin
Sleeps 4 Dogs allowed Bedding included
- Sleeps 4
Running Water Deluxe Wigwam Cabin with Hot Tub
Sleeps 4 Dogs allowed Bedding included Hot Tub optional
- Sleeps 4
- Dog Friendly
- Linen provided
- Rural & Countryside
- Fire pit with cooking grill
Relax and rewind...
The South West Coast Path
Wigwam Holidays Grassington Farm is close to so many beautiful beaches ideal for walking, cycling, canoeing, kayaking and surfing. The site is dog-friendly so your pooch can enjoy some of the best beaches in the country too!
Nearby, you will find the UK's longest and best-loved National Trail, the South West Coast Path which has attracted long-distance walkers from all over the world
“Amazing location with stunning views. Kathryn and Kevin were so welcoming, we were greeted on arrival and they took the time to chat with us before we departed. A beautiful little get away would highly recommend, 100% will return again 🤗”C Clark, Feefo
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