Trewethett Farm

Trethevy, Tintagel, Cornwall, PL34 0BQ | Telephone: 01840 770222 | View Map

  • Sunning views from Trewethett campsite
    Sunning views from Trewethett campsite
  • Boscastle harbour
    Boscastle harbour
  • King Arthur's Castle - Tintagel
    King Arthur's Castle - Tintagel
  • Tintagel coast
    Tintagel coast
  • Sea views from Trewethett campsite
    Sea views from Trewethett campsite

Open Dates:
11 March 2022 - 30 October 2022

Earliest Arrival Time: 1pm
Latest Departure Time: 12pm

Facilities

• Wi-Fi
• Wash room / toilets
• Non-electric tent pitch

Why stay here

Set on a cliff top, our Cornish campsite in Tintagel offers nothing less than outstanding views. The area itself is a grassy paradise, close to the sandy beaches of the Cornish coast. With cosy tea shops and local pubs to visit, you will never be short of peaceful spots to relax throughout your stay.

Accommodation at Trewethett Farm

Site details

Why stay here

Set on a cliff top, our Cornish campsite in Tintagel offers nothing less than outstanding views.

The area itself is a grassy paradise, close to the sandy beaches of the Cornish coast. With cosy tea shops and local pubs to visit, you will never be short of peaceful spots to relax throughout your stay.

Just a short walk away from the Atlantic coast, our site offers a wealth of natural beauty, with easy access to the legendary Merlin’s Cave, waterfalls in the Rocky Valley and gorgeous clifftop walks.


Facilities on site

• Wi-Fi available
• Wash room / toilets
• Dish washing area
• Laundry facilities
• Playground
• Car parking
• Pitches are: grass, non-electric
• Site shop: Yes, local supermarket is 3 miles away

Trewethett Farm Wi-Fi runs standard broadband service averaging at 5 Mbps. Fees may apply.

Activities & experiences nearby


  • Cycling Cycling

    Keen cyclists can follow the follow the cycle path that trails the estuary to the vibrant town of Padstow. The nearest National Cycle Network Route to our site is Route 3, The Cornish Way.

  • Walking Walking

    Tintagel’s remoteness offers plenty of great walking opportunities, namely the South West Coast Path which trails its way around Cornwall’s coastline. Stroll east along the path towards Boscastle, or west towards Tintagel Castle.

    Immerse yourself in nature in the Rocky Valley, just a short stroll from our site.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Discover the enchanting beauty spot of St Nectan’s Glen in the mile long rocky wooded valley alongside the Trevillet River. Head to St Nectan’s Nieve where you can see the breathtaking 60-foot waterfall bursting through the Late Devonian slate. You can also admire the falls from above via a woodland walkway.

     

    Brave the steep steps to get down the dark Devonian cliffs at Bossiney Haven to be greeted by the luminous sight of a secluded golden sandy beach. On a warm sunny day, the cove is a little patch of paradise with the clear water turning light turquoise. Just be aware of the tide times as there is no beach at high tide!

     

    King Arthur’s Great Halls is part museum, part piece of Arthurian-inspired history, attracting King Arthur fans and historians from miles around for its abundance of Arthurian art. Check out the stunning 72 stained glass windows recounting the legend and depicting the coat of arms of the Knights of the Round Table.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    In the heart of Tintagel and only a short walk from the famous Arthurian castle in The Malthouse Inn. A 14th century tavern offering an old country pub atmosphere, with local ales, cream teas and fresh, seasonal meals.

     

    Boscastle Farm Shop and Café offers afternoon (or indeed anytime!) tea and with lunches all prepared with locally sourced ingredients – plus a garden with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.

     

    For a special treat, head out to Irina’s Restaurant based at Camelot Castle Hotel, where you can bask in the superb panoramic views over Tintagel Castle and the bridge, whilst enjoying your meal on the terrace.

  • Family Days Out Family Days Out

    There’s so much to see and do with the kids, you’ll be spoilt for choice. A definite one for the visit-list is Tintagel Castle. Sat high on the coast with dramatic views, and immersed in mystery and legend, Tintagel is rumoured to be the birthplace of King Arthur. Then head on down to Merlin’s Cave where you can enjoy building sandcastles whilst the tide is out.

     

    Unearth Cornwall’s dark history with a spooktacular visit to Bodmin Jail Museum. Embark on an immersive experience into Cornwall’s murky 18th and 19th century past, recalling tales of the windswept Moor, as you walk through prison cells and the execution pit.


* Price for 1 adult and 1 pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with your booking. There will be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs further booking information. Full terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

Trethevy, Tintagel, Cornwall, PL34 0BQ
Telephone: 01840 770222

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Boscastle and Tintagel
  • Nearest train station: Bodmin
  • Car hire available on site

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