The fabulous view from inside Celandine looking out across the meadow and valley beyond.
Looking towards the kitchen-area from the sitting-area.
Dining inside or out, there are great views from your table!
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.
Looking towards the twin bed area.
Looking through Celadine's double den bed which has doors either side and a storage area below.
Another view through 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.
Breakfast inside or maybe outside on the picnic table or maybe on the covered balcony - so many dining options!
Dining table with the comfortable cabin bed in the background.
Every comfort has been thought of.
The log-fired range.
Step inside Celandine.
Welcome to Celandine!
Celandine has its own picnic table and barbecue to the side of the tent.
Celandine sitting proud on the hillside.
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.



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

Spacious and comfortable for six people, Celandine is a luxury safari tent set in gloriously unspoilt and pretty countryside. It is the middle of three that share communal picnic areas, a trampoline and a fire-pit, but it is set in its own peaceful space on a raised wooden deck, from where you can drink in the glorious views, with its own barbecue and picnic table to its side. Celandine boasts a double bedroom, a double den bed and a twin bedroom, all with comfy beds and quality linens, and there is a well-equipped kitchen-area as well as a shower-room with a large shower, flushing WC and wash-basin. For cooking and heating you will find a toasty log-fired range, making this an ideal retreat at any time of the year.

Drive through the pretty country lanes of north Cornwall to find your luxury safari tent at the top of a tranquil meadow, with the River Kensey burbling at the bottom (the river is fenced but please do take care with children). From the shared parking-area, wheel your luggage along a mown path to the car-free site, where Celandine’s seven steps (with a safety gate at the top) lead to its large raised wooden deck. In addition to its three bedrooms, the tent has a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge (plus small freezer), sink, kettle and plenty of storage, a comfy sofa and a dining-table and chairs. An insulated floor makes sure you will be warm whatever the season. The Owners and their free-range chickens live close by; there is also an honesty-shop on site selling both everyday essentials and locally made treats. You won’t run out of things to do here: there are plenty of beaches within a forty minute drive, or take a short walk to New Mills Farm Park, just down the road, where 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. In season, there is a little steam train that chugs to and from Launceston station. Or, of course, you can grill bangers on the barbecue, bounce on the trampoline or simply relax on your deck and enjoy gazing at the stars.

Safari Tent

Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Double den bed, wood-fired range, fridge/freezer, kettle and toaster

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with twin beds

Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin


  • Dogs welcome (1 dog 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 a dog walking, dog sitting service if required for a pet free day, evening (At cost)

Part of Western Meadows Glamping

Sleeps 18 + 3 cots in 3 properties

Found in a tranquil and unspoilt part of north Cornwall, approached by lanes full of wildflowers in the spring and summer, Western Meadows Glamping is a lovely spot in the midst of rolling countryside, with the River Kensey burbling along at the bottom of the fields. Perched at the top of the meadow...

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