Cherry Cottage Camping
Welcome to Cherry Cottage Camping & Caravanning, we are a family run site which hosts all the needed necessities for a peaceful stay.
The site is located in North Cornwall on the outskirts of the small market town of Camelford . The site provides spectacular views of Bodmin moor and the surrounding countryside. The site itself is flat and has a newly built shower and toilet block along with a washing up facility.
We have a local garage and shop very close by; we also have several pubs and restaurants within a few minutes walking distance. There are many places of interest that surround our location which includes the historic village of Tintagel which is only located 3 miles away and Boscastle which is located only 4 miles away.
If you are interested in the views and scenery of the Cornish coastline or would just like to relax on the beach then you do not have to look far. The nearest beach is Trebarwith Strand which is located 3 miles away and is also safe guarded.
Services Offered by Cherry Cottage Camping & Caravanning
* Quiet Site In a sheltered Location
* Level Grass Site
* Separate gents and ladies Shower Rooms (free and heated)
* Disabled Facilities
* Dish Washing Facilities
* Freezer Facility
* Electric Hook-Ups
* CDP (Chemical Disposal Point)
For more information or Booking 's please contact us on 01840 211574
If you decide that camping is not your thing, we are also offering holidays in our self catering 6 berth luxurious Willerby Cottage Caravan. Set in its own private plot with its own private parking the Cottage Caravan is well positioned giving you the perfect opportunity to explore the Cornish scenery without having to travel far. We have the Cornish coastline which has something for everyone from surf beaches to family beaches to rugged beaches. We also have many things to see and do including our local attractions that are all close by.
We look forward to seeing you soon...
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This page was last updated: 28 February 2011