- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Dogs Allowed
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
Our 4m pre-erected bell tents are on a raised platform, they sleep four people with flocked inflatable beds and solar lighting provided. You have your own private picnic/garden table and chairs.
Bedding not provided.
Facilities on site include newly tiled solar-powered showers, and wash basins supplied with hot water, a clubhouse (open during busy times) selling soft and alcoholic drinks, a pool table, table football, television and ample car parking. There is a large stainless steel sink for washing up your pots and pans. A Wi-fi pass is also available.
Just 500 metres from the site is the village of Paul where the local pub The Kings Arms, serves great food and beers.
A short downhill walk from Paul will take you straight into the beautiful village of Mousehole with it's amazing harbour, beaches, fishing boats, shops, galleries, harbour pubs and great restaurants.
The main town of Penzance is less than 10 minutes drive away from the camp site, there you will find many local amenities such as major supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons), fast food outlets (KFC, McDonalds and Dominos Pizza) and a great range of take away / restaurants serving a wide selection of food and drink.
Other useful amenities in Penzance include a 24hr urgent care Hospital, numerous doctors and chemists, a main line train station, regular buses and taxis, a leisure centre, a cinema and a unique ferry service which will take you to the beautiful Isles of Scilly.
About Mousehole Camping
Tents, campervans, motorhomes familes, groups, dogs – yes.
NearbyWalk the 15 minutes to picture perfect Mousehole, an attractive fishing village centred around its beautiful old harbour. Wander the cobbled streets visiting the art galleries and independent shops or catch a bus from there to Penzance, the most well known spot on the Penwith Peninsula and just 3 miles from the campsite. St Michael's Mount (01736 710265) is then just a 20-minute walk along the seafront and across the beach – you can walk the causeway at low tide or take the boat when it's high. Elsewhere, you can't come this far and not go all the way out to Land's End, the UK's most south westerly point. Just a couple of miles to its east Porthcurno beach is extremely popular, though its surprising treat is actually the overlooking Telegraph Museum (01736 810966), marking what was once the world’s biggest submarine telegraph station. Step inside to find family quiz trails, secret WWII tunnels and interactive exhibits. The adjacent Minack Theatre (01736 810181) is also a must-see. Bring a blanket and picnic and watch a play at the ocean’s edge.
Food & DrinkAt busy times the MFC clubhouse opens, serving well-priced drinks. Just 500 metres away, the tiny village of Paul has a great local, The Kings Arms (01736 731224), serving hearty pub meals and a wide range of beers. Wi-Fi is available at small extra charge. It's around a 15-minute downhill walk to the village of Mousehole with it's amazing harbour and more options when it comes to pubs and restaurants. The main town of Penzance is less than 10 minutes drive away with more wide-spread amenities, such as major supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons), fast food outlets and a great range of take aways and restaurants.
Mousehole Camping is located at Trungle Parc, Paul, Mousehole, Penzance
From Penzance, head towards Newlyn. At the crossroads go straight across and up the hill. Continue to the top of the hill for approximately one mile until you reach a T-junction (signposted Mousehole and Paul). Turn left and in half a mile before Paul church, turn right. The entrance is at the end of the road, next to Paul Cricket Club.