Sleeps 6 | dog friendly
From £93 per night
Safari Tent in Cornwall with a hot tub: Just a stone's throw away from Cornwall's beautiful beaches. Enjoy glimpses of the glistening sea from your hot tub and unwind under the stars.
Situated with gorgeous Cornish countryside views, this quiet luxury hideaway is the perfect place to unwind. Enjoy this rustic retreat and warm yourself by the wood burner after a long day of exploring Cornwall's hidden gems. Watch the pastel hues light up the sky as the sun sets in front of your eyes as you dip in your hot tub on those balmy summer evenings.
Bluebell offers all the home comforts you need whilst still being an earthy retreat. There are two cosy bedrooms (a double and a twin) and another charming cabin bed in the main living area, ample room to make lasting family memories. Sink into the sofa in front of the warm glow of the wood burner and snuggle up with a good book. The spacious kitchen has a wood-fired oven which is perfect for cooking hearty meals and prepping picnics for the days adventure. Freshen up after a day of wild swimming in your very own en-suite, with a walk-in double shower and separate WC and wash basin.
Relax on sunny lazy days on your very own loungers and lap up the picturesque views of idyllic Lamorna Valley while getting your holiday plans in place for the next day with the handy Wi-Fi. Your four-legged friends don't have to miss out on the fun either. Listening to the birds sing in your bubbling hot tub, and if you get peckish you can light the barbecue and enjoy dinner al fresco. For your ice cream fix head to the on-site honesty shop, where you can also stock up on all your essentials. It's impossible to be bored with the use of an on-site games room and cinema room. Animal lovers keep an eye out for the owner's friendly array of pets, including some super sweet Shetlands. Finish your day exploring the man-made lake and woodland area which offer stunning valley views that will stay with you forever.
If you fancy a change from exploring the coast and coves around Lamorna, why not hop in the car for a quick trip further afield? You shouldn't miss the amazing clifftop Minack Theatre, which is right next door to the white sandy beach and turquoise waters of Porthcurno; just a little further is the world-famous Land's End and sandy Sennen Cove. Head east from Lamorna and you're in the charming harbourside village of Mousehole, a great place to spend the day discovering its quirky shops and galleries and excellent restaurants and pubs. The bustling seaside town of Penzance, the majestic St Michael's Mount and the famous artist's town of St Ives aren't far. Or you could simply stroll the South West Coast Path, with it's world beating rugged clifftop views.
Steps up to decking. Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Wood-fired range, larder fridge, kettle, toaster and double cabin bed. Bedroom 1 with double bed. Bedroom 2 with twin beds. Shower-room enclosure with double shower. Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin. Outside: Access to shared Laundry-room with washing machine and tumble-drier (use of these is at a cost, payable to the owner).
Bluebell shares a meadow with Buttercup (2705) and Foxglove (2739) making it the idyllic family friendly glamping site. All hideaways are poritioned in a way that you have plenty of privacy.
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £93 - £211 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £40 is payable per booking.
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