If you’re considering glamping in Cornwall, this guide is for you.
Cornwall has long been synonymous with UK holidays, and for good reason. Despite the sea breeze, Cornwall is warmer than the rest of the UK, making it a popular destination for glamping holidays.
If you’re looking for the perfect place for your glamping holiday, look no further. Here are the best glamping sites in Cornwall.
Coastal Valley Camp Crafts
Coastal Valley Camp & Crafts, located in the highly sought-out area of Newquay, is a perfect getaway that really has it all.
There is a range of accommodation types readily available, so you’re bound to find something that suits you. From traditional camping to motorhome and caravan pitches, all the way to beautifully unique custom made homes.
Book lovers may be at home in a converted library bus, whereas budding entomologists may prefer the comfort of the safari tent. Glamping pods and BBQ lodges can also make for a perfect family getaway.
What really makes Coastal Valley stand out is the creative, fun and affordable craft workshops perfect for any age – learn a valuable new skill and take home a handmade memory.
Acorn Camping and Glamping
Bespoke converted cabins, yurts and other luxury glamping options set the scene for a cosy glamping experience at Acorn Camping, Prideaux.
Fans of Tolkien will be enamoured with this delightful campsite and its unique custom-made glamping accommodation.
Choose from Hobbit Huts; charming log cabins that can host up to four people, or the iconic Hobbit Hideaway, which sleeps two.
In addition to an ideal camping pitch for anyone on the Lands End route, Oaktree Lane has some fantastic glamping options.
Authentic Mongolian yurts, handcrafted and imported directly from Mongolia, will provide you with the staycation of a lifetime. Each yurt is equipped with a wood burner, so you can keep yourself warm throughout the colder nights. Or if you prefer, opt for a wooden cabin, complete with home luxuries such as heating, sofas and TV, as well as some truly incredible views.
Bell tents and tepees promise unchallenged comfort and tranquility on this enchanting campsite at Mena Farm. Packed full of family-friendly activities, from animal watching and fishing to hiking and sightseeing, it’s a magical campsite for an action-packed staycation.
If you enjoy vintage stylings, you can stay in Dolly, a vintage 50 year old caravan. Regardless of where you choose to sleep, you’ll be guaranteed incredible views with enough luxuries to make you feel like royalty.
West Kellow Yurts
If you want to feel close to nature, West Kellow Yurts is a great choice. Located in Polperro, one of the most well-known, tranquil Cornish villages, West Kellow Yurts provides an authentic and eco-friendly glamping experience.
Each yurt is designed to offer you those home comforts you couldn’t live without, whilst still allowing you to experience the real serenity of natural camping. Solar panels and great facilities ensure that all campers will have access to kitchens, wet rooms and hot water – whenever they may need.
Couples (or Clint Eastwood fans) may prefer the quirky Blue Jay Cowboy Wagon; a converted western wagon with all the amenities you need for an unforgettable getaway.
The Roundhouse, East-Thorne
The Roundhouse at East Thorne is a beautiful destination for a romantic glamping getaway for two.
Equipped with a wood fired hot tub, underfloor heating, and a porthole so you can see the stars, this is the perfect place for a romantic glamping escape.
Visitors to Spring Park will be greeted with an abundance of friendliness, privacy and quirkiness at this surprisingly low-cost glamping site in the heart of Cornwall.
Bespoke, original and cosy cottages provide the forefront of a luxury camping experience, though the more adventurous campers may prefer one of the more unique, converted lodges.
One such lodge is Duke, a traditional antique style wagon converted exclusively for glamping. There is a fantastic range of converted wagons, cabins and shepherds huts to choose from, allowing you to really plan that picture-perfect trip.
Each cabin is also set in a spacious, decorated plot, so you’ll be able to benefit from the privacy and intimacy you might crave from any camping holiday.
Picture what luxury wild camping might be like. You will find just that at Hustyn mine.
Nestled against the Cornish woods, Hustyn Mine is a centre of adventure. Perfect for family holidays, getaways with friends or romantic retreats alike, visitors can look forward to a weekend filled with unique, memorable activities.
Campers will be able to explore the forest to discover rare woodland species, take on the tides as they go wild-swimming, or simply sit back and relax in the hot tubs at the end of a busy day.
The safari tents at Hustyns also overlook intense valleys, providing truly dramatic views.