Tremeer Farm Yurts Cornwall

UK England South West England Cornwall Fowey

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Contactless check in
  • Extra toilets/showers
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Children’s playground
  • Laundry
  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
  • Hot Tubs
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Hot tubs
  • Good walks nearby
  • Walking
Yurts oozing luxury, one cedar hot tub, and the entire starlit Cornish sky

Hidden away amongst a warren of high-banked, tree-lined Cornish lanes, Tremeer Farm offers the ultimate test of your glamping credentials. To the untrained eye, the three structures all look like yurts. But one of these yurts isn’t, in fact, a yurt. It’s a ger. The distinction between the two, apparently, comes down to a subtle difference in the curvature of the roof poles. But the important thing is that they’re all cute little pods of canvas cosiness, whatever they happen to be called.

 The yurts/gers are nicely spaced out, giving visitors plenty of room to roam, and all are comfortably furnished with wooden floors, cosy rugs, a wood-burning stove, plus a full-size bed with feather duvet. You can tell that owners Rob and Sarah (both avid campers) have lavished lots of love and a good measure of hard work on the transformation of Tremeer from working farm to a beautiful luxury camping destination. But true to the farm’s roots, you’re bound to bump into one or two animals during your stay. In fact, you may find it hard to avoid pet Kune Kune pigs Rosie, Piggley and Wiggley, who just love a belly rub – not to mention the clucking chickens, cute orphan lambs in the spring and the friendly Dexter cows in the nearby fields.

Cooking can be a communal affair with the camping kitchens housed in a listed granary. Each kitchen is shared between two yurts and is well equipped with camp stove, fridge and everything you should need to prepare a hearty camp meal. The more adventurous can cook out on a BBQ, in the communal pizza oven, or on a campfire under the stars. You’ll be spoilt for choice filling your time at Tremeer Farm as it’s only a short distance from Fowey, one of Cornwall’s most popular seaside towns. After exploring the hidden coves and stunning walks nearby (Cornwall’s South Coast Path is a few miles away), soak your tired muscles in the wood-fired cedar hot tub back at camp, before melting marshmallows or cooking over an open fire under the stars – real chilling, and glamping the Cornish way!

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Facilities

Each yurt has its own camping kitchen in one of our rustic barns  with a fridge, camping gas stove,  kettle, microwave, cutlery, crockery, pots and pans plus farmhouse table and chairs.

The Long Barn has a bespoke open plan kitchen and living room with large gable end window which makes it very warm and bright.

If you are feeling adventurous there are lots of exciting outdoor cooking options:
 Each  yurt has its own fire pit  with a tripod stand and the Long Barn has a large Indian Kadai Fire Bowl. There are  Dutch Ovens (large cast iron cooking pots), cast iron frying pans, a Webber Gas BBQ, Kadai Stove.     Once a week there is a communal Pizza night which is great fun.  You can make and cook your own pizza in the wood fired pizza oven.

As well as tables for each family in their own individual kitchens there is plenty of outdoor space with lots of picnic tables for alfresco meals.

Bathrooms are housed in the listed granary and Mohay and are squeaky clean with electric showers and flushing loos.

The large rustic play barn with badminton, tabletennis and volleyball is a wonderful space if the weather should be inclement.

Suitable For

It’s yurt and ger dwellers only. No stags but hen dos and groups are most welcome provided you are renting the entire site.
Because Tremeer is situated in a very peaceful location we try to avoid having groups at the same time as individual families.  Please speak to us prior to making a group booking to ensure that we can accommodate everyone’s requirements.
We are able to host a small number of Weddings and Special celebrations each year.
Tremeer is an especially wonderful location for Retreats, with several different options for group spaces from yoga in the Rustic Threshing Barn to wild swimming on one of the 4 local beaches featured in Wild Swimming Guides.

Nearby

Grab your hiking boots and explore one of the many stunning coastal walks and hidden beaches and coves which are just over a mile away.

For a bit of Cornish culture take a stroll down the narrow winding streets of Fowey Old Town and browse the many individual galleries and shops.

Take a fishing trip from nearby Fowey or Looe and BBQ your catch of fresh mackerel over an open fire.

Get water happy with a bit of sailing, windsurfing, power boating and more at nearby Polkerris Beach company 01726 813306.  Encounter Cornwall and Fowey River Expeditions offer guided canoe trips and canoe, paddle board or motor boat hire on the River Fowey.

Adrenaline junkies will enjoy the Zip wires at Adrenaline Quarry or the Eden Project.

Garden enthusiasts can explore some of the many Cornish Gardens including the Lost Gardens of Heligan or the Eden Project.

History lovers will love the National Trust’s Landhydrock or Restormel Castle which are close by or a little further afield are Tintagel Castle, St Michaels Mount or the Minack Theatre.  Lostwithiel has many antique and independent shops to explore.


Food & Drink

Fresh milk, bread and dairy produce can be pre ordered from the Green Cow Dairy which delivers on a Monday and Thursday morning.

If you fancy a night away with the kiddies take them to Sam’s (01726 832273), an American bistro in Fowey, which also has a place at Polkerris Beach (01726 812255).

North Street Kitchen is in Fowey is a funky street cafe serving fab fresh produce and its parent restaurant The Fitzroy is a great option if you are looking to celebrate something special.

The Duchy of Cornwall Nursery’s Cafe in Lostwithiel  is a favourite for a breakfast or lunch treat.

Looe has some great fish shops and the Quay Bakery in Fowey is a favourite bakery.

Open

Easter–mid Oct.

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The Owner Says

Tucked away in the Cornish Countryside, just over a mile from the South Coast Path and stunning local beaches you will find a small traditional family run farm.  There are 4 beautiful  yurts, furnished with antique brass beds, sumptuous feather duvets and  a wood burning stove.  (Each will sleep  up to 4/5 people).
There is also a funky barn conversion sleeping  up to 8 with a large  bright open plan living space and farmhouse table.
Kick back, relax and reconnect with nature, reconnect with family and friends.   After a day exploring the stunning beaches,  relax  in the wood fired hot tub under the stars at night, tell stories around the camp fire, play badminton or table tennis in the large rustic play barn or cook supper over an open fire.  If you are staying for a week be sure to book for Pizza night where you can make and create your own pizzas and cook them in the wood fired pizza oven under the watchful eye of Rob or Sara.
A high light for the children is helping to feed the farm animals and collect fresh eggs for their breakfast.
The yurts are well spaced apart making it perfect for romantic breaks or a  family holiday.
Tremeer is also an ideal location for groups or to celebrate a special occasion as if you hire the 4 yurts and Long Barn you will have exclusive use of Tremeer and all of our facilities.  There is a large rustic barn which can be hired for special celebrations. Glamping site on a traditional Cornish Small Holding situated on the South Coast of Cornwall. Four 18ft Yurts and our Long Barn accommodation. We can sleep up to 28 people in total.  Additional camping may be possible if you are renting the entire site.
Sara and Rob will offer you the warmest of welcomes and do everything they can to ensure that your holiday is special and memorable.
Come and experience some of the wonders of Tremeer, it is no ordinary Glamping Site.

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Accommodation

Family-sized yurt on the Cornish coast

Yurt or Ger Sleeps 5 4 Available
Our spacious 18ft Mongolian-style yurts sleep up to 5 people. They each their own unique character and are furnished with sumptuous feather duvets, beautiful linen and unique quilts. Each yurt has it's own wood burning stove and authentic fire pit. A kitchen is shared between two yurts with plenty of equipment for you to prepare simple meals.

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Getting There

From Liskeard take the A390 towards St Austell. At East Taphouse take the B3359 and follow the signs for Polruan, taking a right just before you reach Lanreath. Go through Lanteglos Highway and keep following signs to Polruan until a T-junction, where you go left (signposted Pelynt). Take the second left and go up the hill past a farm track and Tremeer is on your right.  

Bus no. 573 goes from Liskeard to Polperro, from where the Polruan Bus Service no. 281 will take you to within about ¼ mile of the site. .

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Why book with Glampingly?

  • Best Price Guarantee, with no fees
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