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This is a lovely, small, quiet site with only 12 pitches or so, so book well in advance during school holidays. This is a beautiful little campsite tucked away in the beautiful Cornish countryside close to St Just & Land's End. My husband and I have just returned from a weeks stay at the Secret Garden in our Motorhome. Join The Club from just ?48 per year to enjoy access to over 2,700 sites, exclusive member benefits and site special offers. Plenty of space to put your tent and still have space for playing in - helped by there being no cars on the site.
Quiet, but near all kinds of interesting places (Lewes, South Downs, National Trust, nearby Farmshop!). I am reluctant to write a review because I don't want anyone else to visit the secret campsite. Hot shower is excellent - watch the sky as you shower :)Happy people, group fire and flat land (good for sleeping) - very good facilities.
We arrived late and after discretely giving us time to finish our family squabbling, Victoria suggested that my daughter and I walk at dusk through a field of Agapanthas and gave my husband directions to locate pillows and prosecco!
No cars are allowed on site so it is very safe for children which in turn means relaxing for adults. The 12 pitches are well appointed, and the owners are attentive, showing the way to the plot, and sorting out any problems with electric supply (none). He returned to a happy family and a campsite fire built for us as we watched the farm's horses being taken to their stables for the night.
The pitches are huge, really spread out and set in either a lovely meadow or orchard setting with a flower and veggie patch near the reception. Sites are well-spaced; each is a circle of mown grass reached by a track and a fireplace is there too.


Saw lots of other children playing and exploring safely, but it was also immensely peaceful, with everything on hand you need.
The shelter afforded by the surrounding hedges and walls was vital due the gale force winds and driving rain overnight. Loved the solar lit 'secret garden' the communal campfire, composting toilet (having, I admit, been a bit apprehensive but no need), the lovely hot outdoor shower and the comfortable changing room.
Not for those who demand luxury but for those who love the outdoors and camping, the compost loo, outdoor shower and changing cabin are great. Totally recommended esp for first time camping with kids - maximise your chances of them getting the camping bug!Location is good in that it is quiet, although not masses to do very close to site. It contains mens and ladies toilets and showers, access to a handy freezer, microwave, washing up facility, iron, tumble drier and washer. Facilities were always kept clean and although there is only one ladies and one gents shower we never had a problem. As mentioned The Royal Oak is only a 30 min walk from the site where they do some lovely food and are very welcoming. We booked with friends and all the children aged 18 months to 7 and the adults had a fab time. Because cars aren't allowed directly to the pitch, it is save and nice for children to wander around. The only negative for some people might be that as its less than a mile from Lands End airfield, you will hear and see propellor aircraft going over about every 30 minutes from around 08:30 in the mornings.
There is an indoor pot washing area, washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer, microwave, iron and ironing board, rotary clothes line. Great location and still feel there is more to do, so will be considering another trip in the future. We were fortunate to get good weather during the day and cleared the cobwebs with a fabulous coastal walk to Sennan cove. We didn't have many plans and they succeeded in filling our days with good trips and local tips. There is a large, free car park 2 minutes walk from the town centre, close to a Library that, when open, has internet access. You can walk to St Just across the fields about 10-15 minute walk, also some beautiful coastal walks with stunning scenery.


We had a lot of children amongst our group and the absence of any specific kids facilities was not a problem- they played all day long and helped feed the chickens too.
The nearest pub is a 25 min walk along an abandoned railway line, turn left and through a sports field.
I spend most of my camping time near St Ives but will certainly be going back to this area again and hope to revisit this site. The site is beautiful now and with the amount of work put in will only continue to get even better. There is so much to do in this part of Cornwall so a brief list is: Cape Cornwall, Minack Theatre, The Lizard, St. As mentioned we only stayed for two nights but having realised how much there is to do in the local area will definitely return for a longer stay.
Michael's Mount Marazion, Penzance and day trips to the Scilly Isles by ferry, Mousehole, The Lizard, miles of stunning coastal walks, Tin Mines, the stunning drive to St Ives, ancient neolithic sites and of course the very busy Landsend (visit once and then avoid as Cape Cornwall and the Lizard are better and much quieter). St Just is a short 10 minute walk away and provides a small supermarket, butchers, bakers and pubs. The National Trust is well represented in Cornwall and free parking at their sites is very handy for members. I would recommend the fish and chips which were cooked to order, with the fish tasting as if it had been caught to order as well. Also the butchers on the square sells good qulaity meat and you can also sample some prize winning Cornish pasties from them.
I thought the views were great and personally prefer turbines to power stations and climate change.
We had a nice meal at the Logans Rock Pub in Treen and also visited the Gurnard's Head which is on the coastal road between St Just and St ives, incidentally this is a beautiful drive and well worth the trip.




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