Looking for a get-away-from-it-all escape? Then look no further! Swahili for Giraffe, gorgeous Twiga is set in a tree-lined meadow at the end of a long, unmade track (where the adventure begins!) with only it's brother, Tembo, as a near neighbour, who sits just beyond. Decorated in an eclectic style, there are reclaimed pallet walls and scaffold board bed frames, apple crate storage mixed with African-inspired colours of burnt orange and ochre (the Owners run a safari tour company so know a thing or two about luxury glamping and style). The twin and double bedrooms are situated at the back of the tent and there is also a double daybed in the living area (with full-size sprung mattress) that can be used for lounging on during the day then screened with curtains and turned into a double bed at night. Also at the back of the tent is a big full-size en suite shower-room with hot and cold running water, a double shower cubicle, wash-basin and proper flushing loo. At the front of the tent, the living area has a sofa and chairs strewn with soft cushions, a rug on the floor and a dining area for leisurely holiday meals, while the deck outside overlooks the glamping site and countryside beyond. The well-equipped kitchen-area has a Belfast sink (with cold running water) set into a chunky wooden work surface, a fridge with ice-box, electric kettle and toaster and a two-ring camping gas stove, backed up by the wood-fired range cooker which provides both cooking facilities and oodles of warmth to keep you toasty in the tent. So, what will you do with yourselves while you're here? You can roam around the meadow and adjoining lanes, walk to the Miners Arms in Mithian, cycle into St Agnes for a leisurely lunch or cream tea, or take your surf boards to the wonderful beaches at Perranporth, Trevaunance, Chapel Porth and Porthtowan, all fabulous for surf and sand and all lifeguarded from Easter to the end of October. When you've done all that, why not sit back beside your fire pit, toast some marshmallows and admire the multitude of twinkling stars in the dark night sky? Holiday bliss is to be found here at Wrinklers Wood.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-fired range, 2 ring camping gas stove, fridge (with ice-box), toaster, kettle, coffee machine and double bed
Bedroom 1 with double bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Shared Laundry-room with washing machine and utility sink
*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Deck furniture and fire-pit barbecue
- Logs for wood-fired range
Part of Wrinklers Wood Safari Tents
Sleeps 12 + 2 cots in 2 properties
If you go down to the woods today you're in for a big surprise….two gorgeous safari tents set in a couple of acres of tree-lined meadow dotted with young saplings and wildflower areas. Twiga (Swahili for 'Giraffe') and Tembo (Swahili for 'Elephant') are found at the end of a long, unmade track so th...Read More
Twiga is set at a brand new site in a tree-lined meadow.
The delightful living area is open plan, complete with cosy cabin bed.
There are lovely countryside views from the deck.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast al fresco, taking in the view.
There is plenty of room to dine inside too.
The wood-fired range doubles up as your heating and cooking appliance - there is also a 2 ring camping gas stove.
The lovely double bedroom.
There is a door through to the shower-room from the double bedroom.
Lovely linens and pretty cushions.
The twin beds can be pushed together, as shown, or moved apart. This bedroom also has a door through to the shower-room.
The countryside views can be enjoyed from the living area.
The well-equipped kitchen has a Belfast sink (with cold running water) set into a chunky wooden work surface.
The sitting-area has a sofa and chair strewn with soft cushions.
The cosy cabin bed.
Dine inside or out, the choice is yours.
The African-inspired theme runs through the tent.
Looking from the sitting-area to the cabin bed and kitchen.
The shower-room is at the back of the tent and can be accessed from both the double and twin bedrooms.
There is a proper flushing loo, wash-basin with hot and cold running water and a shower.
There is plenty of equipment provided.
Every detail has been thoughtfully put-together.
The quirky kitchen shelves have been creating using apple crates.
All your glamping needs are catered for here.
Tea and toast, anyone?
Twiga is set in a pretty tree-lined meadow.
There is plenty of space to enjoy the great outdoors at Twiga.
There is miles of coastline to explore nearby.
The nearby clifftop walks are stunning.
The beautiful Chapel Porth at low-tide, just a 5 mile drive away.
Porthtowan beach is just 5 miles away.
Sunset at Porthtowan beach.