These beautiful, well-presented Shepherds huts are set on a small exclusive and adult only camp site, set within their own private gardens where you can park the car.
The owners have thought about everything to make this a memorable experience, linen and towels are provided, there is a well thought out kitchen and external private shower facilities including heated towel rail, flushing toilet and hairdryer. There is no hot water in the Shepherds huts.
This is a beautiful location for a base to explore the area and is ideal for those that want to have a glamping experience with some home comforts. Located for enjoying the very best of West Cornwall near Penzance the most westerly town in Cornwall it has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Praa Sands beach is a mile away or 20 minutes’ walk, it is a long sandy beach well known for various water sports, a local surf school during the summer months, and there is a café, fish and chip shop as well as a great pub! There is plenty of parking if you don’t want to walk and it is lovely to stroll along of an evening and stop for a quick drink on the way home.
Penzance is the end of the line for trains, it has a working harbour and is home to the Scillonian Ferry which travels to the Isles of Scilly and is 7 miles away. There is an abundance of art galleries small boutique shops and plenty of choice of restaurants to choose from. Next to Penzance is the historic town of Marazion, here is the famous St Michaels Mount, there is a legend saying that it was occupied by a giant. Walk around the cobbled streets, buy some gifts from the local independent retailers then stop for a Cornish tea or ice-cream. If you time it right at low tide you can walk to the mount along the causeway, the island is inhabited and has a beautiful garden and tearoom, when you are here it feels as if time has stood still. St Ives is famous for The Tate Gallery, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden as well as its famous surf beaches Well worth a visit, walk along the cobbled streets with its abundance of cafés, bars and restaurants and a selection of boutique shops. Boat trips leave the harbour to go to Seal Island just west of the town to see the seal colony.
Cornwall is well known for its rugged coastline and the walks around here range from easy to moderate why not take a circular walk they unusually have a stop at a café or pub it is an ideal way to see the wildlife and take in the beautiful scenery. For the gardeners why not visit the Morrab Gardens and Trewidden Garden both about 8. 5 miles away, the owner has a cabin on site stocked with plants for sale. After a busy day, light the fire pit and toast some marshmallows under the stars, or just sit with a drink and admire the view.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 4 guests.