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St Tinney Farm


This family-run site converted from a working dairy farm is the recipient of multiple awards, has first-rate facilities including a cosy pub with free wifi, and has five well-stocked fishing lakes on site.

St Tinney is located on the edge of the tiny hamlet of Otterham and four miles from the north Cornish coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The team prides itself on the site’s high standards, whether that’s the newly refurbished shower and loo block with walk-in wetroom showers, the top-quality evening meals in the bar, or the 12 (yup, 12) David Bellamy Gold Conservation Awards showcasing St Tinney’s commitment to conservation and nature; we’re packing as we type...

Bring along your own tent, tourer or motorhome; pitches are well spaced and roomy among three camping and touring fields. It’s all in 34 acres of countryside a mile from the A39, with access to the site via a single track lane with passing places and around it by driveways and gravel paths. Five well-stocked coarse fishing lakes are accessible via earth and shingle tracks. If anyone in your party has mobility issues, let the team know in the ‘Other details’ box when booking and they’ll do their best to accommodate you.

All pitches are located round the outside edges of our fields, and St Tinney has a modern professionally installed launderette with commercial washing and drying machines, as well as a combined recycling area outside the shower and toilet block. Two covered outdoor sinks with hot and cold running water for washing up cutlery and crockery are located outside the shower and toilet block.

An on-site licensed bar serves a range of drinks and great food.

There is also a designated dog exercise field, but all dog owners are asked to keep their animals on leads at all other times during their stay and bag and bin any dog mess immediately.

For supplies, Marshgate Post Office a mile and a half away has a general store, with another and a post office at Wainhouse Corner within two and a half miles. There’s a Morrisons at Bude and a Tesco at Launceston, but if you want to take it easy you can get your shopping delivered to the site by Tesco, Asda or Waitrose. Being able to grocery shop from the farm pub? There should be an award for that too.

Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award AA 3 pennants

Please note

We do not accept same sex (all male or all female, unless they are from same sex couples) parties of more than three people, or groups of people under the age of 18.

We ask that no commercial or commercially derived vehicles are used on our camping fields or are used as a form of accommodation on site.

The on-site licensed bar is open every evening from 5 April to 1 November.

The pool is open from 24/05 to 06/09, weather permitting.

Arrive:Fri 7 Jun 2013
Depart:Fri 14 Jun 2013 (7 nights)
Party:2 adults


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Terms and conditions

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

Please park and report to the reception upon arrival.

The hirer is responsible for the contents of the cottage, lodge or caravan while in their possession. All damages and breakages must be reported immediately, although we do not normally charge for small items.

The accommodation or camping pitch may be used only by the persons listed. Under no circumstances should the maximum number of occupants, as stated on the tariff and booking form, be exceeded at any time during your stay.

All accommodation and equipment must be left in a clean and tidy condition, including bathrooms; cookers; fridges; cooking utensils; crockery; cutlery, etc. Please report any breakages or missing items to reception.

Parents are responsible for their children at all times. No child under 16 must be left unattended on site, in a cottage, lodge, static caravan, tent, motor home or touring caravan at any time.

All those wishing to fish at St Tinney Farm, must purchase a fishing permit upon arrival at £15 per person, per week (or part week), per rod. The fees cover the use of all five lakes. The coarse fishing lakes can only be fished, from dawn to dusk, by those staying at St Tinney Farm. Anglers must also be in possession of a Environment Agency rod licence (which can be obtained from a post office). Anglers must observe the rules displayed at the lakeside. Under 14s are only allowed fishing if accompanied by a responsible adult.

Visitors are requested to thoroughly check all accommodation carefully before leaving, as the management cannot guarantee to return any items that are left behind.

We do not accept same sex (all male or all female) parties of more than 3 people, (unless the group is made up of same sex couples) or by groups of people under the age of 18.

The proprietors reserve the right to enter accommodation giving reasonable notice, or in the case of emergency.

The pool is open from 24/05 to 06/09, weather permitting (it will be closed in wet weather which may make the surrounding area slippery or at our discretion). Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. No food or drink may be consumed within the immediate pool area. This is for your safety and to comply with health and safety requirements.

Please dispose of any litter in the bins provided.

If you or a member of your party have difficulty with mobility, or have specific access requirements, please let us know in the other details box on the booking form .

We formally disclaim any liability for losses or injury sustained by guests or their property, except where negligence is legally provable on the part of St Tinney Farm.

While every effort is made to ensure the availability of facilities, pitches and accommodation, the proprietors will not be liable for the non-availability due to circumstances beyond their control, or due to maintenance or breakdowns. Any breakdown of facilities, pitches, accommodation, utilities or equipment cannot be held to be the responsibility of the proprietors, but every effort will be made to make repairs or correct any faults as soon as possible. Maintenance, refurbishment, and improvements to the facilities, farm, pitches and accommodation, are carried out throughout the year and the proprietors will seek to ensure that guests are not inconvenienced.

Lighting of open fires on the ground anywhere on the farm is strictly forbidden. The use of naked flame petrol or chemical fuelled torches or display batons of any form are strictly forbidden. Barbecues are permitted, provided they are used by adults and are not permitted to burn the grass, wooden outdoor furniture or other equipment.

Smoking is not allowed in any of our cottages, lodges or static caravans at any time.

Wifi is provided at the farm free of charge, on a best-endeavours basis, for use at your own risk. The user is bound by UK law and St Tinney Farm accepts no responsibility for any loss or corruption of data or damage to equipment. No technical support will offered. The wireless signal does not reach the camping fields.

If you have a complaint about anything during your stay, please let us know immediately by informing reception, and we will do our best to resolve any issue.

No generators of any kind are permitted to be used on site at any time.

We ask that no commercial or commercially derived vehicles are used on our camping fields or are used as a form of accommodation on site.

We request that you respect the peaceful atmosphere of St Tinney Farm and respect your neighbours’ privacy throughout the day. Please ensure all noise is kept to a minimum after 10pm.

Any person not adhering to any of the above terms and conditions, or causing offence to any staff or guests at the park will, at the discretion of the management, be asked to leave immediately. No refund will be given. The decision of St Tinney Farm Holidays on all of the above will be final.

Gas and electricity is not included in the price of the lodges/cottages. A £1 coin meter is fitted within the accommodation.

We do not allow dogs or pets of any form in any of our accommodation at any time.