I stayed here for 5 or 6 years as a child during my family holidays and decided to come back with my partner to see if it was as great as i remembered. The location is truly amazig with just a 10 minute walk to a beautiful beach, especially at low tide - wOw. The communal areas - showers, toilets etc are extremely clean but i was disappointed to have a cold shower on my first night when this is the most expensive campsite in the area. Overall, it is as good as i remember, only the snooty owner and the smell from the waste disposal point let this place down and to be honest im not sure if the location really justifies the price. Love the area but will probably stay somewhere where the welcome is warmer and the price is more reasonable next time we come.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Peaceful and secluded touring park in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Heritage Coast. 70 level grassy pitches in 6 small landscaped paddocks. Some areas have spectacular sea and coastal views while others are surrounded by trees offering shelter to those who prefer it. Close to snady Chapel Porth Beach and the picturesque Cornish village of St.Agnes. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Beacon Cottage Farm St Agnes, Cornwall