Wildflower Wood at Beersheba Farm
Sitting atop a hill overlooking St Ives Bay, Wildflower Wood is a beautiful pocket of peaceful woodland. The Landpods offer back to nature stays that allow you to enjoy the great outdoors in comfort. Just a mile from the sea and within easy reach of St Ives and its gorgeous golden beaches, Beersheba Farm is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday, taking in the best Cornwall can offer.
Unplug, unwind and enjoy the trees and wildlife that surround you. Spend the nights below the stars and treetops in our fantastic new Landpods. This is eco-glamping that nourishes your soul. The Landpods (sleeping 4-5) have two double beds, comfortable, upholstered bench seating (can also be used as an extra single bed), solar powered LED lighting and roll back roofs that reveal the sunrise, sunset or stars through the leafy canopy.
A covered outdoor kitchen, log benches and a fire pit with tripod grill are provided. There is a picnic table and plenty of room to pitch your camping chairs. Each Landpod has it's own dedicated washroom with sink and toilet, plus there are hot showers on site.
Wildflower Wood opens in July 2019, and with just 3 units, it can also be booked for exclusive use for up to 15 guests. The Landpods (Gwithian, Godrevy & Towans) all have views through the trees towards the sparkling sea and beaches of St Ives Bay & Godrevy Lighthouse.
Set in a peaceful rural setting, the Wood is surrounded by grazing farmland with horses, cows and sheep. With views over St Ives Bay, to the north and south coasts, and just minutes from the harbour town of St Ives, Beersheba Farm is a perfect base for a holiday. Top attractions including the Eden Project, St Michael's Mount, Lands End, and the Lizard are easy day trips, and many of the coastal locations used in Poldark are nearby.
Wildflower Wood has a family-friendly beach within 1.5 miles and the pick of top surfing spots like Gwithian, Hayle and Porthmeor, St Ives are less than 5 miles away. The nearest restaurant (with leisure facilities) is walkable (less than 0.5 miles) and there are a choice of pubs and restaurants in Carbis Bay.
Walkers have a choice of superb adventures that connect to Beersheba Farm – St Michael's Way is an ancient pilgrims way that links the north and south coast from Lelant to Marazion, and joins the South West Coast Path a mile away.
Beersheba Farm is less than a mile to the bus connections from Carbis Bay to St Ives, and is accessible by train via nearby Carbis Bay or St Erth Stations. The area has many dedicated cycle routes that venture around the coastline.
Free pickups/drop-offs for guests arriving without a car from either St Erth or Carbis Bay Station are available – must be pre-booked (up to 4 people – please pre-book bicycles/surfboards).