Honeysuckle sitting proud in the meadow.
Spacious and comfortable, Honeysuckle has everything you will need for your glamping holiday.
Open plan and plenty of space for everyone.
Looking towards the kitchen-area with the log-fired range (logs included) for cooking and heating.
The kitchen-area.
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.
The fabulous views from Honeysuckle.
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 owners have thoughtfully provided a camping gas stove on the balcony in case you don't want to light the wood-fired range.
The communal play area.
Dotted along the river's edge (which is fenced for safety) are picnic benches, a lovely firepit and a trampoline, shared by all.
The River Kensey babbles along the bottom of the meadow (it is fenced off for safety but please take care with children).
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.
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.
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 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

7 Nights from £412 - £1130

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Eliot Arms (¾ mile)

Enjoy a visit to this traditional Cornish village pub which offers home cooked food prepared to order and real ales. An interesting interior, you'll find nooks and crannies an loads of interesting artefacts.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Owen August 2014

We visited the pub twice during our stay. The first time we visited we had the Sunday lunch. The food and portion size was excellent value for money. The service was slick and friendly. A great experience. The second time we visited for an early evening meal during the week. The food was still up to a great standard but we one waitress serving, taking orders, clearing tables, etc and one person behind the bar, the service was slow (approx. 1 hour from when we arrived to when we received our food). We didn't stay for dessert because of this. I would still recommend and re-visit if I'm in the area.

Nearest beach

Crackington Haven (13 miles)

Near to Bude, Crackington Haven is a little village nestled in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Once famous for importing coal from Wales, the village’s beach is now a firm family-favourite for long days spent flicking between sea and sand. Surrounded by high cliffs and beautiful countryside, Crackington Haven offers a scenic escape.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Wood September 2014

A wonderful day on the beach

A quiet, secluded and sheltered beach. Not very busy, but very lovely. There is a car park and a very short stroll onto the beach. The beach is pebbley/rocky. It is sheltered due to the headlands. We sat and read, soaked up the sunshine, had a paddle in the sea and took photos. A short walk enabled us to get a takeaway cup of tea to bring back to the beach. Perfect!

Nearest walk

Launceston Town Trail (2 miles)

Starting from Walk House Car Park in Tower Hill, this trail takes you on a historical walk around the town with examples of every significant type of achitecture since the Norman Conquest. See their Web site for the detailed walk including building descriptions.

Nearest town

Launceston (2 ¼ miles)

Launceston is almost entirely contained within its ancient original walls and has some unique architecture, including the imposing castle ruins that peer over the town.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

June 2011

Launceston is an upbeat town with a fascinating history and good range of shops. I recommend the castle, if you don't mind heights!

Also nearby

Cowslip Cafe (1 mile)

Traditional farmhouse food, homecooked on the Aga. Good vegetarian and gluten-free options are usually available here.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Owen August 2014

A great little find

We stopped here for afternoon tea and cake. The have a lovely selection of fresh food, cake and ice cream. There is a lovely terrace and a little garden with views over the valley. A great place for a quick bite to eat.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Jo Rider May 2012

Perfect for lunch

My favourite place for lunch. All local and organic, with their own home grown vegetables and salads. Beautiful patchwork on display with a shop where you can buy materials and gifts. Book for one of Jo's patchwork courses if you're here when one is on.

Launceston Steam Railway (2 miles)

Straight out of Thomas the Tank Engine, this is a fun-filled excursion whatever the weather. Learn about the little locomotives, or just sit back and enjoy ride.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Jewell September 2015

A quirky little train journey! We were glamping at Western Meadows (near New Mill Farm Park) and caught the quaint little steam train from the Farm Park into the town of Launceston for a look around. The children loved the 2 mile journey through countryside, it really did feel like we were stepping back in time.

New Mills Farm Park (80 yards)

Great fun for all the family with pets corner, skittles, play barn, ball pools, trampolines and giant slide (to name a few). No need to bring a picnic as you can enjoy great value food from the Hungry Farmer Cafe. Plus it's the only farm park to have a steam railway right outside the door to make the journey as much fun as the day.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Jewell March 2015

Great place for young children.

New Mills Farm Park is a quaint family run park where young children will be in their element. Plenty of space for all sorts of play and plenty of animals to meet and pet. Really reasonable price for an all day outing and a great little cafe on site too (you are welcome to bring your own picnic too). The cute little steam train runs to and from Launceston throughout the holiday season (run by another company). All in all, a great day out for the children.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Owen August 2014

Could do better

I visited here with my two children (aged 4 and 7). Whilst they enjoyed themselves as an adult I guess I looked more at the detail. Some of the ride on go-karts/toys needed some TLC (broken pedals, bent wheels, sticking chains), the zip wire was pretty lame, I didn't get the concept of the 'toboggan' at all - going down a piece of sheet metal on a skateboard? The children enjoyed holding the rabbits but this was under parent supervision. OK, if parents are supervising. Whilst the park didn't close until 5pm, we found that some of the facilities had been locked away by 4.30pm. I know it's not expensive to get in but still...

Launceston Castle (2 miles)

The impressive keep sits high above the town, with a display charting its 1,000 years of history.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Jo Rider May 2012

A lovely ruin!

It's worth climbing to the top of the keep (which sits on a huge mound) for the lovely views. The grounds are a good place to picnic (having bought a pasty at the baker's in the town).

The Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre (2 ¾ miles)

The sanctuary is home to orphaned otters and also runs an otter breeding programme, don't miss feeding time at 12pm and 3pm. There are other animals to see including fallow deer, wallabies, muntjac, and a variety of bird of prey.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Lewis July 2015

The Otter Sanctuary is a lovely day out for adults and children alike. We enjoyed watching the otters being fed and listening to the knowledgeable staff talk about them. We strolled throught the woodland, fed deer, patted the rabbit and held a kestrel. There are plenty of places to enjoy a picnic and also a lovely cafe.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Martin April 2009

Tamar Otter Park

A great place to visit with children. An enclosed wooded walk area where the deer and wallabies are free to roam. Watch the otters swimming about and being fed. A lovely place for a picnic or alternatively there is The Countryman Inn at the end of the road that serves great food.

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