Lower Trewince, Trevelgue Rd, Porth, Newquay TR8 4AW
- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Proper beds situated around the campfire
- Self-contained glamping with equipped kitchenette and private bathroom
- Located on a campsite with a focus on craft in a rural Cornish valley
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So cute everyone is immediately drawn to peep in! With twinkling fairy lights and a central fire for cooking this wooden lodge is cosy and provides total luxury, with a your own exclusive en-suite pod providing hot water, a sink and a flushing toilet.
The lodge features one bunk bed and two day seats that fold into two single beds to allow this lodge to accommodate four very comfortably sleeping around the central fire feature. The kitchen table holds double gas hob for drinks and a grill, plates, knives, cutlery, mugs, chopping board are provided. Electric cool-box for keeping essentials. With 45mm thick timbers and double glazed you will be as warm as toast under the blankets. In the evening play board games around the central fire or sit outside absorbing peace, the views of the valley sunset and the fragrance of herbs and oxygen rich air. Please bring your own sleeping bags and pillows. Extra blankets can be provided along with gas, a bag of charcoal to make your stay effortless and fun. There is lighting from solar and battery LED lights a big battery provides some recharging facilities of mobile phones. Sorry no smoking and no dogs in the lodges.
Glamping Site Facilities
Platinum awarded toilet and shower facilities, 6 showers, 8 toilets, disabled facilities, hair dryers and shaving sockets. Picnic tables, water points, recycling and a chemical disposal point. A communal kitchen chalet has 2 gas hob cookers, 2 grills, a small microwave, a double sink and drainer, 2 fridges and a small freezer. Bring your own kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery (though a few pots, pans, plates and cups are available). A craft tent runs regular activities (especially on wet afternoons), including willow weaving, wet felting, silk painting, morsbag recycling projects and slate painting. This site is particularly focused on wildlife and looking after the environment