The Tye View Shepherd's Hut
- Views of Tywarnhayle Copper Mine
- Watch the sunrise over the distance shoreline
- Soak in the peace and tranquility from your spacious pitch
The Owner Says
- Double bed & bedding
- You can hire an additional roll-out single mattress suitable for an under 11 year old to use which would make it a super-cosy fit for all
- Wood Burning Stove
- Double hob and sink
- Cooking essentials – pans, cutlery, crockery
- Table and chairs
- Electric points and internal lighting
- Private toilet and shower inside the hut
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Mount Pleasant Eco Park with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
Brand new shower and toilet block
Refurbished solar showers
Washroom with sinks, electric and mirror
Washing up sink
Freezer for ice packs and kettle
Footpath to the beach
From the Eco Park, our wild camping area has spectacular views down to the beach at Porthtowan and over to Atlantic Sea, as well as to St Agnes Beacon and the copper mining valley of Tywarnhayle. From the naturally beautiful and peaceful site, a cleared mule track (used in mining times) leads down the valley towards the beach, so you can spend the day surfing, lazing and enjoying all the local area has to offer without needing to jump in the car.
The Mineral Tramway cycle path is just down the road, offering a great day out exploring the mining heritage of this stunning part of the world from the North to the South coast at Devoran.
On the park we have solar and gas powered showers, brand new toilet & shower block and a washroom for pots & pans – which also has plug sockets, a mirror and a kettle. We also have a freezer in the atrium for ice blocks.
Campfires are encouraged in the cob courtyard and fire pits and barbecues are welcome on the campsite as long as they are kept off the grass.
Whether you are looking for a laid back family holiday, participating in a course, attending a wedding or celebration or volunteering on one of our environmental projects, the wild camping here offers you a unique and affordable place to stay. We love having well behaved dogs on the park, and pets are welcome across our grounds. Please keep dogs on the lead.
We are perched on top of the cliffs above Porthtowan beach with views towards the sea
Food & Drink
Wilder Allotment Kitchen, Blue Bar Porthtowan, Porthtowan Beach Cafe, Driftwood Spars Brewery St Agnes, Chapel Porth Cafe Chapel Porth, Wheal Coates Tea Room St Agnes
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With a SatNav, the site's postcode should bring you directly to the entrance. Follow the A30 straight into the South West and exit left at the Blackwater Bypass, where you see signs for the A3047. Follow this right over the bypass and continue straight on Westway until you reach a T-junction with Rose Hill just outside Porthtowan (roughly two-and-three-quarter miles). Turn left here, choose the left hand fork onto Chapel Hill and the site will be on your left shortly after.
On arrival, you will find the reception at the far end of the car park on the right, above the barn. To access the campsite, drive to the left of the building at the far end, and follow the path and signs round to the left. Hook-up pitches are clearly marked on the right side of the camping field. All tent and car pitches are on the left of the camping field, and bell tents are situated at the bottom of the field.