Bell Tent (1 at Elm Farm)
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- King Size double solid wood framed beds with comfy mattresses
- Freshly laundered sheets and towels (please bring your own beach towels)
- Rattan furniture, table and solid wood chest
- A brazier with BBQ grill and large bag of wood each night
- Solar powered fairy lights and candle lanterns
- A double ring gas hob with kettle, frying pan and saucepan
- Crockery & cutlery
- Padlock for securing your tent entrance
For families we can add a travel cot, 1 or 2 bed rolls for children at an additional £5/night each (you will need to supply your own sleeping bags)
Arrival time is from 2pm and departure time is 10am.
About Elm Farm
Suitable ForEveryone! Campers, glampers, tents, campervans, motorhomes, caravans, dogs, groups, special events...
If you venture over the hill that shelters Elm Farm from the sea winds you'll find the rugged North Cornwall coastline waiting. It takes about 30 minutes to walk to the cliffs. The campsite is just inland from 2 sandy north coast coves – Portreath and Porthtowan – that are great for surfing and family days out. The latter has a certified blue flag beach. Slap bang on the coast to coast cycle trail (sometimes called the Bissoe Trail), the site is ideal for cycling, so grab your bikes (or hire from the site) and head to Portreath on 2 wheels (you can detour off to Porthtowan too). Boards can be hired from the villages if you want to hit the waves. If you follow the cycle trail to the south coast it takes you to Devoran, while there are also various other local loops taking in the area's 17th, 18th and 19th-century mines – The Mineral Tramways network. There is also a north coast footpath. St Ives, St Michaels' Mount (01736 710507) and The Eden Project (01726 811911) are all within easy driving distance.
Food & Drink
The Elm Farm Café & Bar is excellent. It offers a wide variety of refreshments including Lavazza coffee, specialist teas, freshly made cakes, sandwiches, all day breakfast, light lunches and locally made ice-cream. Check out the sausages made from pigs reared at Dunkirk Farm in Mount Hawke or treat yourself to carrot cake and clotted cream. The bar is licensed, too, so expect Cornish real ale from Skinners Brewery and a glass of wine for your evening by the campfire. At times there may also be a cocktail of the day waiting for you in a jug in the fridge! For anything else, there are pubs and restaurants in Portreath and Porthtowan, so pedal downtown and take your pick.
Site ReviewsAdd Your Review
Rated ★★★★★ over 21 reviews
Lovely, peaceful stay
Fabulous Friendly site
Out favourite site so far
Back to nature
Chilled summer escape
Elm Farm is located at Elm Farm Campsite, Nancekuke, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 5UF
Leave the A30 at Redruth turn off and follow the direction to Porthtowan. When the road arrives at a T-junction (Chapel Hill) turn left and Elm Farm is a about 300 yards on the right.