Celandine has fabulous views over the valley beyond.
Dining inside or out, there are great views from your table!
Looking towards the kitchen-area from the sitting-area.
Celandine's kitchen-area complete with hot and cold water to the kitchen sink, an electric kettle, toaster and a fridge/freezer!
The log-fired range will keep you warm and toasty whatever the weather.
The comfortable double bed.
The cosy twin beds.
The lovely double den bed.
There is an en suite double shower in the tent!
The spacious shower-room has a WC and wash-basin too.
Guess what is behind the door - the en suite shower-room!
What a view from inside your tent.
Dining table with the comfortable cabin bed in the background.
Every comfort has been thought of.
The log-fired range.
Welcome to Celandine!
Step inside Celandine.
The fabulous view from inside Celandine looking out across the meadow and valley beyond.
Celandine sitting proud in the meadow. There is plenty of space around these three super safari tents.
Dotted along the river’s edge (which is fenced for safety) are picnic benches, a lovely firepit and a trampoline, shared by all.
The communal play-area.
The River Kensey babbles along the bottom of the meadow (it is fenced off for safety but please take care with children).
Your neighbours across the river!
The fabulous communal fire-pit.
A great place for a get together.
Children are welcome to visit the friendly chickens. Here is Mauvey who loves to have a cuddle!
Mauvey's friends at Western Meadows.
There are plenty of logs for the wood-fired range.
Your wheelbarrow awaits to transport your luggage to your tent.
The on-site honesty shop.
There is a fridge and freezer in the Honesty Shop stocking Cornish produce.
Including fun and games for the children.
And plenty of other goodies to purchase too.
Just a short stroll down the road is New Mills Farm Park with all sorts of animals to look at and some petting animals too.
Sunbathing in a little stream at New Mills Farm Park.
There is even a little train station at New Mills where you can catch a tiny steam train to the town of Launceston during the summer season.
The delightful little steam train.
All aboard for Launceston!
The sign says it all!
Celandine with Campion in the distance.
Looking across at Honeysuckle, then Celandine, then Campion in the distance.
The lovely beach at Crackington Haven is just a 30 minute drive away.
The stunning Widemouth Bay is just a 35 minute drive away.
Widemouth Bay at low tide.
The beach at Bude is a surfers paradise and is just a 40 minute drive away.
The picturesque village of Port Isaac is well worth a trip (approx 45 minutes drive).
The safari tents sit proud on the gentle hillside overlooking the spacious meadow and river below. Honeysuckle is far left, Celandine in the middle and Campion far right.

Celandine

2778

2.2 miles W of Launceston / Sleeps 6 + cot

20% off for parties of 2 + cot or less at certain times of the year, view offer...

7 Nights from £412 - £1130

April 2017

Our first experience of glamping was fantastic, we would definitely recommend it!


September 2016

Great fun - well worth a visit! Just the right amount of tents to make it sociable but not too busy. Perfect GLAMPING combination of toilet/shower/electricity which definitely gives it the glamp factor! We will go back.


September 2015

We had a great time at Western Meadows. Mike and Erika, the Owners, are excellent hosts and have created a friendly and welcoming glamping site with all the facilities you need for luxury camping. The trampoline and play area were a hit with the children and they particularly loved seeing the friendly chickens. The communal fire pit by the riverside is a great place for sunset get togethers. New Mills Farm Park just across the road is a great little find and exceptional value for money and we enjoyed the steam train ride into Launceston for a look around too. Celandine was fully equipped with everything we needed, the log-fired range was brilliant for cooking and heating. The beds were so comfortable and there is also plenty of furniture provided to laze around inside and outside the tent. The en suite shower-room was fantastic - lovely hot water and inside the tent! We have a really lovely break at Western Meadows and would highly recommend a stay there.


March 2015

We had a great weekend. Fun for all the family.


August 2014

Lovely spot, well managed, great place to relax.


August 2014

Fantastic glamping accomodation with just enough home comfort to make a family holiday run smoothly, but with wood burning stoves and sleeping under canvass you still get the camping adventure.


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