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Little Upton Boutique Belltents


An all-star welcome from Starsky and Hutch the alpacas, an evening’s entertainment at an open-air amphitheatre, or a shower in a converted piggery: an array of novel experiences await you at Little Upton Boutique Belltents, on the edge of Bodmin Moor in south-east Cornwall. With an impeccable vista of the Cornish countryside, this bijou glamping site is brilliantly located, whether you’re after pure relaxation, an active break or a combination of the two.

The roomy bell tents come with up to one double futon and a further two single futons if required. (Please remember to bring your own bed linen and towels.) The bell tents also come with a woodburning stove, a kettle, and homely touches such as twinkling fairy lights on the center pole in the middle of the tent. Perched on raised decking (for extra warmth), each tent has a lovely 'balcony' with cute outdoor dining furniture and ample space for loafing about and admiring the views.

The bell tents have access to a well-equipped communal kitchen with fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave in the converted piggery block (where you’ll also find the shower and loo). Cracking free-range eggs, sausages and the like are often available to purchase on site, or there’s a small shop a five minute walk away in the hamlet of Upton Cross (the local delicacy is a world champion cheese, Cornish Blue). However, with a cluster of cosy country inns surrounding the site, you’ll be spoiled for choice if you fancy eating out instead.

Please note that dogs are not allowed on site.

Please note

Please advise us of your estimated arrival time using the special requests box in the booking form.

Arrive:Sun 10 Mar 2013
Depart:Fri 15 Mar 2013 (5 nights)
Party:2 adults


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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.

The site

By booking and coming to Little Upton you agree to be responsible for your own welfare. You must take all reasonable precautions against personal injury, injury to others and damage to the campsite and surrounding countryside. You must also take great care when using barbecues, fires and woodburners, to do so safely and with consideration towards other campers and the surrounding area.

The terms and conditions are below which you are in an agreement with by booking this site.

• No outdoor footwear to be worn inside the tents.
• Please feel free to light the tea lights in the chandelier but refrain from doing so if windy.
• Furniture and furnishings must be left in the same state you found them and the tent, barbecue, stove and site clean and tidy when you depart.
• Should any facilities, equipment or inventory be damaged as a result of inappropriate usage or behaviour, you will be held responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
• Fires are only permitted in the woodburning stove and you are responsible for lighting and monitoring the fire at all times. Do not leave unattended. Little Upton is not responsible for any problems arising while you are using them. Please ask if you need help to light them. Do not use in windy conditions. Do not stack logs to the rear of the fire blocking the flue as this may result in smoke blowing back into the tent.
• Canvas structures may suffer in adverse weather conditions. We are not liable for any event beyond our reasonable control, including but not limited to any failure or defective working of all equipment. Adverse weather and its effect on the accommodation unit may result in our decision to cancel your booking for the above reasons offering a refund.
• Please ensure no objects are touching the side of the tent as it may leak in wet weather.
• Complaints and issues must be informed and resolved during the stay.
• Failure to comply with site rules could result in you being asked to leave the site.
• There is a no smoking policy in the tents, kitchen and bathroom. It is your responsibility to dispose of cigarette ends in and a safe and tidy way.
• We are a small and quiet campsite and therefore please do not play loud music.
• No dogs are permitted on site.

Arrival and departure times

Arrivals will be after 2pm unless otherwise previously agreed with Little Upton. Please advise us of your estimated time of arrival using the contact details in your confirmation. Guests are requested to vacate the pitch by 10am on the last day of their holiday, unless otherwise previously agreed with Little Upton. Please ensure the tents are left in a clean and tidy condition.

Farm animals
We are a working smallholding and as such have animals living in close proximity to the campsite. We hope you will enjoy seeing these animals but ask that you do not feed or touch the animals at any time unless you are accompanied by a member of staff. Feeding time is generally about 9am and we will be more than happy for you to join us at this time. However, you do this at your own risk and need to be aware that animals can injure and can carry infections which can be transmitted to humans. Hand washing is essential after touching any animal.