Hidden Field Glamping

UK England South West England Cornwall Truro

  • Contactless check in
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Campfires Allowed
Family-friendly glamping in Lotus Belle tents in the Cornish countryside between Truro, St Agnes and Falmouth

If you can’t choose between Cornwall’s rugged north coast and the softer, often sunnier south, why not plump for somewhere in the middle? Just past Truro, the county of Cornwall narrows before its forked end. Here, you can cross from St Agnes in the north to Falmouth in the south in half an hour. Travel the route between them and chances are you’ll happen upon the Hidden Field. Well, perhaps not quite as easy as that; this Lotus Belle tent camping site is, as the name suggests, rather hidden – and all the better for it.

You’ll find it tucked away up a gravelly byway that’s edged by traditional Cornish hedgerows. It’s a handy and surprisingly short five-minute drive from the A30 trunk road through the county, but unless you’re a camper or one of the residents of the few houses here, there’s no reason to venture this way. Beyond this quiet little lane, the area is not short on campsites but many of them are the type you can drive up to with your touring caravan. The Hidden Field, on the other hand, offers something different. Here, the accommodation looks less it’s been driven in and more like it’s landed on site. Pegs and guy ropes tether five bulbous, spacious, six-metre tents to the ground in a sheltered paddock that’s a little over two acres.

These are Lotus Belle tents. They may look like they’ve fallen from space, but in reality, their only connection is a window to it, a stargazer skylight in the roof that lets you see the stars from inside your canvas cocoon. The tent is set up with made-up beds: a double and two singles. There’s plenty of living and storage space for a family of four and further to all this, there’s a kitchen tent outside. A gas stove, fire pit, and barbecue are all provided. In fact, all you need to bring to this site is yourself, your towels, and your clothes. There’s even a shop on-site, manned by owner Andy, where you can stock up on supplies and pick up local tips.

It’s cosy, comfy, and quiet here in the Cornish countryside: a place to gaze at stars, watch rabbits nibbling the grass and listen to the animals on the surrounding smallholding. But rural life is just half the appeal; Porthtowan beach is a ten-minute drive from the site and so is lovely St Agnes. Head south and it’s about 20 minutes to Falmouth. There are two pubs within walking distance but a better bet is to drive four miles to the Miner’s Arms at Mithiam or for a seaside dinner at The Blue Bar in Porthtowan where you can rub (socially-distanced) shoulders with tourists and locals alike. If any of them ask where you’re staying, don’t expect them to know where it is. Although it’s not far from anywhere, it’s still a hidden field.



You also have a clothes rail and ottoman. There is a small table and stools for playing cards or a family game after dark! A large bookcase with drawers. Outside you have a kitchen tent with a large table and two benches big enough to seat 6. A Webber (portable) BBQ that you can take to the beach as well as cooking at your unit. A small fire bowl / pit to keep you warm at night. A double gas cooker with toasting grill, full crockery, cutlery, pans, pots and frying pan, salad bowl and serving bowl. Wine and juice glasses. Various kitchen essentials, even a salt and pepper grinder! An ice bucket to chill your wine and a large icebox to keep you food and drinks cold (ice is available in the on site shop). Each unit is allocated a toilet and shower in the amenities block next to the shop for the week. Bring extra blankets and torches. Each tent has a bag or charcoal BBQ and a bucket of logs / kindling as well as fire lighters to get you started. More available in the shop. We have a basic shop with cold drinks, ice and basic supplies to make life easier. Sausages and bacon from the local butcher and fresh eggs from our farm. Special treats or food / drink boxes are available (speak to a member of our team). Special birthday / celebration gifts / flowers / chocolates / wine / champagne etc can all be organised at extra cost. We are a brand new site for 2021. We also have a tourist information point.

Suitable For

As a working smallholding we cannot permit dogs unfortunately. 


4.5 miles from St Agnes, 4 from Truro, 7 from Falmouth. Centrally based for everything. Nearest beach is Porthtowan. Pubs, restaurants and takeaways all nearby. Lots of byways and tracks for cycling and walking from the farm.

Food & Drink

Mylor cafe for breakfast or Smokey Joes if you are hungry! Lunch in Perranporth on the beach, Dinner in The Thomas Daniel in Truro. Mithian arms (sister pub of our local) is good for outside drinks and food.



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The Owner Says

The Hidden Field is exactly that. A small, quiet place with peaceful surroundings. We are still all that Cornwall has to offer but hidden away down a country lane in a field with little light pollution and surrounded by nature. 

Social Distancing Measures

Tents are well spaced out to minimise contact. Washrooms are numbered for each family. So you use the same shower and toilet for your stay, no one else has access. In the shop we allow only one family at a time.


Five spacious Lotus Belle tents

Lotus Belle 6 Meter Stargazers (High Sided)

Bell tent Sleeps 4 5 Available
Sleeps up to 4 people in a king size bed and two singles. Proper mattresses and crisp clean cotton sheets. Each unit is allocated a toilet and shower in the amenities block next to the shop for the week. Each has a high capacity battery pack to charge up all your mobiles and can even run a laptop via a normal plug. Various solar and battery lights.

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Getting There

A30 Truro turn off. (Chiverton / Starbucks roundabout) Follow the A390 for 400 yards. Left towards Penstraze. Past Home Farm, cafe, small new house all on your right. Take next right hand turn up track marked Byway (If you go over the railway bridge turn back). Then follow the track past the bungalow, cattle grid (on your right) end of that straight and bear right. Hidden field is 100 yards on your right. Next to Willow House. Pull into the shop car park and check in.  Buses do stop in Blackwater / Chacewater and at the end of the lane. 


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