the great outdoors, the simple things, unplugged

Rewild yourself

Studies show that we are happier and healthier when we have access to outdoor spaces, our safari tents are set in a wild meadow with mown paths through the long hay and wildflowers. Wildlife is in abundance and being in nature has a powerful affect on the human spirit and grounding or earthing by placing your bare feet on the the ground and feeling the grass beneath you against your skin is a proven technique for reducing stress.

the great outdoors, the simple things, unplugged

Dog friendly holidays

dog sitting on top of hay bale with sea in background

Hooray for four legged friends! With 12 acres of meadows and mown paths this really is dog friendly glamping and there’s even a dog friendly beach nearby at Dollar Cove, Gunwalloe. (A grey pebble beach next door to Church Cove, opposite the ice cream hut and toilets and closest to the National Trust carpark.)
We welcome all well behaved dogs and even provide a trug and dog towel in case you need to clean up after muddy walks. We walk our own dog around the meadows too so keep a look-out for Maui the welsh terrier!

hygge, the simple things, unplugged

The heart of our shipping container (and safari tents)

The wood stoves are the heart of our glamping tents here in Cornwall, there’s no better place to be, warm and toasty after a good bit of outdoors in the Cornish meadows or a dose of vitamin sea at the nearby beach. Pop a pasty in the oven, put the kettle on and listen to the crackling of the logs. So it’s time to sweep the chimney, re-spray the woodstove and while we are at it a new coat of stormy grey paint in our converted shipping container. Getting things ready for you lovely lot and the new glamping season.