Bell tent tucked away in rural Cornwall
- Kitted-out with real furniture and a proper bed with luxury bedding
- Located next to a trickling stream and rope swing
- Outdoor kitchen, covered with a tarpaulin in case the weather turns
The Owner Says
- King sized bed with memory foam mattress
- Single day bed - used as a sofa and/or a single bed
- Single Z-folding bed
- All beds come made up with warm luxury bedding
- Coffee table
- Small shelving unit
- Solar lights
- Solar fairy lights
- An outdoor kitchen in the trees, covered with a tarpaulin in case it rains. The outdoor kitchen is sturdily hand-made from wooden pallets (think mud kitchen but for grown ups) and comes with a 2 ring camping gas stove, gas supply, all cooking equipment, crockery and cutlery for four, a large water container, and washing up equipment.
- A tripod BBQ (please bring your own charcoal)
- An outdoor table and seating for 4 people
- A fire ring (logs can be purchased on site for £5 a bag)
- The tent is fully equipped for 4 but as the tent is big it could fit 1 or 2 more children but you must bring your own cot/bed and all equipment for them. Please note any additional guests over 4 will be charged at the campsite's usual rates (£3 per child 4-14, £4 per adult)
- The price includes parking for 1 car, additional cars will be charged at the campsite's usual rates (£5 per additional car)
- You can pitch one additional small pop up tent or a gazebo at Billy Blue for no additional charge. Larger or additional tents or extras will be charged at the usual rates. The pitch space is large, so if you do want to come as a group there is space for one or two more family tents. Please contact us to discuss and agree.
- No shoes in the tent
- No smoking in the tent
- Damages must be paid for
- We love a good sing along around the campfire but please be respectful of other guests. An acoustic guitar is fine but no loud music and keep the noise down after 10pm please.
- Please sort your recycling and put it in the rubbish bins on the campsite.
- Guests are welcome to use the rowing boats at their own risk. Life vests are provided in the summer house.
- We charge devices at the house for 50p (or £1 for a laptop or power pack)
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Pleasant Streams Farm Camping 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
There are six pitches with electric hook up, but otherwise it’s a pitch-where-you-like policy. There are four flushing loos, three composting toilets and four hot-water showers. There’s no sink for washing up – so don’t forget a washing-up bowl. There’s a rowing boat on the lake and a sea kayak for hire to explore all the hidden coves of the Cornish coast. The three bell tents are kitted out with beds and bedding for four. They each have an outdoor, covered kitchen with a camping gas stove, cool box, cooking kit, tableware and utensils. Campfires are allowed. There is a limited number of dug fire pits (first-come, first-served) or you can bring your own off-ground fire pit or barbecue. Logs are for sale for £5 a bag.
Explore the coast by kayak (on hire from the campsite for £25 per day), or freewheel along the Pentewan Valley Trail with Pentewan Valley Cycle Hire (01726 844242). The Lost Gardens of Heligan (01726 845100) is four miles away and The Eden Project (01726 811911) is about eight miles. The fishing village of Mevagissey and historic port of Charlestown are a short drive, both well worth a visit, with shops, cafes and restaurants to explore.
Food & Drink
You can buy fresh eggs on site (if the ladies are laying) but if you don’t fancy cooking yourself, it’s a five-minute walk to Griggs Farm Restaurant which is especially good for breakfasts. It’s a 15-minute stroll to the Hewas Inn (01726 73497), which serves a traditional pub menu and a selection of good ales from St Austell Ales. The Polgooth Inn (01726 74089) – a five-minute drive away – offers a more contemporary choice, and an impressive range of cask ales. There’s a small shop in the village for supplies but for a bigger range of shops, as well as the St Austell Brewery, head for the town of the same name, five miles away.
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