1.4 miles SE of Marazion
From £362 per week
Glamping in Cornwall: It's groovy, baby - our pod-tastic Hideaway is far, far from the madding crowd, but just a hop skip and jump from glorious beaches and some of Cornwall's most charming towns. After a sunset barbecue or two at this magical, secluded spot, we reckon you'll never want to leave.
When was the last time you really, truly got away from it all? Went barefoot in the grass, gazed up at the stars, listened to the sound of birdsong? May we present… The Hideaway. Tucked quietly in the corner of a faraway field, this funky little glamping pod is the ideal place to retreat from the hassles and hooplas of the modern world and rediscover your inner zen (joss sticks optional).
Cuter than cute, these Hobbity pods not only look eye-poppingly amazing but also earn green points for sustainability - they're highly insulated and double glazed so as to be super-cosy in the winter and chilled out in the summer. Shivering in an old-fashioned tent? No thanks. Arched ceilings and a contemporary, open-plan design give you a living area, central dining space, kitchen - jam-packed with an electric hob, mini oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and iPod dock - and two sweet and comfy bedrooms (a double and a twin) off to the sides. Needless to say, for total luxury camping comfort there's an en suite shower, wash-basin and loo, an electric heater for chilly evenings and even a nearby outhouse with a washing machine and heated towel rail (toasty warm towels, yippee!).
The Hideaway really is hidden well away, 150 yards up a winding, unmade track (no traffic to disturb your tranquility) in a secret pocket of rural perfection. As well as the decked area to the front of your pod, on one side is a small, enclosed meadow that makes a brilliant play area for children; just around the corner is another meadow with incredible sea views that take in rolling countryside and the awesome St Michael's Mount. But don't just take our word for it - try for yourself and we know you'll be back to this spot again and again for a sundowners and a barbecue.
Out and About
For all its rural seclusion, The Hideaway is not far from the high life. Oh, okay then, it's on the outskirts of the unspoilt village of Perranuthnoe, which has high life indeed in the form of an excellent pub, a fab café and a great little beach. All just a few minutes' stroll from your pod's front door. Leave the car behind and walk the spectacular coastal path, or jump behind the wheel and in five minutes you can be at Prussia Cove or Praa Sands in one direction, or Marazion in the other, all three of them boasting outstanding beaches. Ten minutes takes you to the market town of Penzance or the charming fishing village of Porthleven, and within twenty minutes you can be exploring the shops and art galleries of St Ives, one of the UK's most popular seaside towns.
Step on to decking. Enter into the open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Kitchen area with 2 ring electric hob, mini oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and iPod dock with radio. Bedroom area with double bed and TV. Bedroom area with twin beds. Shower-room with shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin. Outside access to an Outhouse with washing machine and heated towel rail.
The Hideaway can comfortably sleep 3 plus a cot, or 4 persons without a cot (due to limited space).
Availability, reservations and pricing: £362 - £787 per week
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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
The Hideaway Reviews
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St Michael's Mount
This local landmark looks like something straight out of a fairytale; a medieval castle perched on top of a little tidal island, complete with cobbled streets and even its own harbour and gardens. ...
The Cornish theatre with real ‘wow’ factor is the Minack. Perched on the cliffs at Porthcurno, the Minack is an open-air theatre-in-the-round – and a triumph of vision over reality.
The Godolphin Arms
Perfect for a snack before or after following in the pilgrim’s footsteps to St Michael’s Mount.
Newlyn School of Art
Newlyn is renowned for its artistic covenance and so makes the perfect situation for an art school. Newlyn School of Art opened in September 2011 and provides drawing, painting and printmaking clas...
Porthminster Beach Cafe
One restaurant, one beach, one menu, one excellent approach to food. Recommended in the Times (2012) as one of the top five places to eat fish!
Chilled out cafe in amongst the dunes at Godrevy Lighthouse National Trust car park. Bright and breezy with great views across the bay to St Ives from the deck and big plates of really fresh, imagi...
Probably the most photographed beach in the area - the rugged, rocky coastline, caves and gleaming white sand make it one of Cornwall’s prettiest, take note though, the beach is totally covered at ...
The path runs along the coast on the eastern side of Mount’s Bay. Pass the jagged rocks of Cudden Point to Prussia Cove, famous for its rock pools and caves as well as the smuggler John Carter, who...
The Victoria Inn
Winner of the Gold award for Pub of the Year in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2009. Great food and you will need to book.
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