Unspoilt countryside, buttercup-filled fields and a burbling river - a stay at Honeysuckle truly is get-away-from-it-all glamping. Inside, a log-fired range provides cooking and heating, and there is a double bedroom, a double den bed and a twin bedroom, all with comfy beds and lovely linens. The kitchen-area has everything to hand, and the shower-room boasts a double-size shower as well as a flushing WC and wash-basin too.
This special safari tent is one of three (the other two being Celandine and Campion) that share communal picnic areas along the river's edge, a trampoline and a fire-pit, but it is set in its own tranquil space on a raised wooden deck with glorious views and its own barbecue and picnic table to the side. In short, prepare to be blown away by Honeysuckle's space and comfort.
Lanes full of wildflowers in spring and summer bring you to three luxury safari tents in this special part of north Cornwall, at the top of a meadow and with the River Kensey burbling at the bottom (the river is fenced but please do take care with children). A mown path takes you and your wheelbarrow full of luggage from the shared parking-area to Honeysuckle, the first tent, which has seven steps (with a safety gate at the top) leading to the spacious raised deck.
Perfect for families, the tent has three bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge (with small freezer), sink, kettle and plenty of storage, a comfy sofa and a dining-table and chairs. As a touch of luxury, the floor has been insulated beneath for toasty warmth all year round. The Owners live nearby with their free-range chickens (look out for Mauvey; she loves a cuddle), and there is an honesty-shop on site where you can buy all sorts of necessities as well as Cornish treats.
If you tire of star-gazing, bouncing on the trampoline or toasting marshmallows on the fire, you can drive to a nearby beach or take a short walk to New Mills Farm Park, just down the road. There you will find petting animals, ride-on toys, play barns and more, as well as a super cafe specialising in great value local food to eat in or take home and, in season, there is a little steam train that chugs to and from Launceston station.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Double den bed (4'6''), wood-fired range, fridge/freezer, kettle and toaster
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin
The owners will take in online shopping orders and deliver to the tent in their truck, Tesco is nearest main store.
- Dogs welcome (2 dogs over 2 years only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Picnic bench, barbecue, deck furniture and shared fire-pit
- Logs for range
- The Owners can organise dog walking/sitting (must book early and phone consultation required) (At cost)
Honeysuckle sitting proud in the meadow, surrounded by the glorious English countryside.
The fabulous views from Honeysuckle.
Open plan and plenty of space for everyone.
Looking towards the kitchen-area with the log-fired range (logs included) for cooking and heating.
Looking through, past the kitchen, to the bedrooms.
The comfortable double bed.
Proper beds in a tent!
A comfy bed, perfect for retiring to after a fun day of exploring.
The cosy twin beds.
Complete with lovely linens.
A hand-made curtain screens the bedrooms from each other and can be tied up like this during the day.
The fun double den bed has a comfortable mattress and doors that open on both sides.
Your own en suite double shower, WC and wash-basin inside the tent!
The spacious en suite shower-room.
Looking back through, past the cabin bed, to the living area and deck beyond.
Step inside this spacious safari tent.
A dining table with room for all.
Perfect for discussing the day's activities over supper.
The cosy sitting area is just delightful.
There are lots of games kindly provided by the owners.
This really is a gorgeous space.
The log-fired range will keep you warm on those not so sunny days.
You will have everything you will need for your luxury glamping holiday.
Bunting and stencils to coordinate the colour scheme.
Spacious and comfortable, Honeysuckle has everything you will need for your glamping holiday.
The owners have thoughtfully provided a camping gas stove on the balcony in case you don't want to light the wood-fired range.
The outdoor hob is perfect for cooking up a yummy meal in the warmer months, if you don't fancy lighting the range.
The perfect spot for a Cornish cream tea!
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).
Dotted along the river's edge (which is fenced for safety) are picnic benches, a lovely firepit and a trampoline, shared by all.
The fabulous communal fire-pit area.
A great place to spend an evening.
Your neighbours across the river!
Your tent awaits!
An idyllic retreat in an idyllic spot.
Honeysuckle is to the left, with Celandine in the middle and Campion on the far right. There is plenty of space all around.
Children are welcome to visit the friendly chickens. Here is Mauvey who loves to have a cuddle!
The friendly chickens.
Plenty of logs for the range.
Your wheelbarrow awaits to transport your luggage from the car park to the safari tent.
There is a fridge and freezer in the Honesty Shop stocking Cornish produce.
The Honesty Shop.
The honesty shop shelves are stocked with all sorts of necessities as well as Cornish treats.
And even bubbles and toys for the children too.
Just a short stroll down the road is New Mills Farm Park with all sorts of animals to look at and there are some petting animals too.
Sunbathing in a little stream at New Mills Farm Park.
There is even a little station at New Mills Farm Park where you can catch a little steam train during the summer season that will take you to Launceston town.
The delightful little steam train at New Mills Farm Park Station,
All aboard for Launceston!
The sign says it all!
The perfect glamping destination!
Looking up towards Honeysuckle on the left, Celandine in the middle and Campion on the far right.
The stunning Widemouth Bay is just a 35 minute drive away.
Widemouth Bay at low tide.
The beach at Bude is a sufers 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 lovely beach at Crackington Haven is just a 30 minute drive away.