Grass Pitch

UK England South West England Cornwall Launceston Summit Camping

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
Grass pitch on 8 acre field

The Owner Says

Grass Pitch with portaloos, sink and shared fire pit. Use of gas shower and outside tap

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  • A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
  • Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
  • Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
  • In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
  • Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered

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About Summit Camping

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, children, dogs (max of two per pitch), groups of up to six - yes. Caravans - no.

Nearby

Kit Hill, only a short walk up a track for the site, provides over 400 acres of Country Park to explore, with guests encouraged to scale its peak until they reach the ‘Kit Hill chimney’ from where they have a panoramic view of their Cornish surroundings. From here they can view both Dartmoor (01626 832093), a 25-minute drive away, and Bodwin Moor, a 30-minute drive away. The former boasts castle ruins for history buffs and herds of grazing ponies for animal lovers, while the latter is heather-covered granite moorland that stretches for nearly 210 square kilometres, both being ideal for the hikers among you. For the kids, St Ann’s Chapel has the Tamar Valley Donkey Park (01822 834072) with a big indoor children’s play area to keep them occupied, while the adults can tuck into the fresh produce in the Tavistock Pannier Market (01822 611003), 25 minutes away by car and open six days a week as one of the longest-running markets in the UK. For even more breathtaking views, hop on the Tamar Valley Line from the Gunnislake Train Station, which follows the River Tamar through some truly picturesque locales.

Food & Drink

For something very local, venture a couple of fields away and you’ll find Louis Tea Rooms, a family-run and relaxed place to get your breakfast or lunch along with a tea or coffee. If you want something a little stronger, The Swingletree (01579 382395) pub is a stone’s throw away, serving food all day from Monday to Sunday with a large beer garden and children’s play area. The Royal Inn (01822 870214) in Horsebridge, a 10-minute drive away, is a 15-century pub situated on the Tamar Trail, said to have been visited by Charles I during the civil war. Now it serves daily specials including venison, pheasant, and fresh fish from St. Ives. The Rifle Volunteer (01822 851551) is less than five miles away at St Ann’s Chapel, and is also located in the Tamar Valley with views over the river of the same name, providing a friendly stop for you and your well-behaved furry friends, who will be provided with water and blankets upon request. Venture slightly further out and go to the Wheal Tor hotel (01579 363401) in a 25-minute drive, where you can enjoy a drink on the pergola and decking overlooking the moors.
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Location

Summit Camping is located at Trecarra Launceston Road Kelly Bray Callington Cornwall PL17 8DU

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Getting There

Enter dragonfly.flips.sunblock. on the what3words app to be directed to the farm gate — sat navs are unreliable in this area. Buses run through St Ann's Chapel and Callington. There's also a train station at Gunnislake.