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- Pub site with beer garden
- Within a mile's walk of the Eden Project
- Surrounded by 15 acres of fishing lakes
We wouldn’t strictly recommend going to gorgeous Cornwall and spending all your time Inn the local pub, especially if you’re staying on a site within a mile’s walk of the Eden Project. But when there’s a pub right on the campsite, serving meals all day as well as Sunday carvery and Cornish cream teas, with a beer garden, and where dogs are welcome (and free on site)…a daily visit is, we think, within the realms of reason.
Innis Inn and Campsite is a family-run and quiet site, with toilets, showers and a disabled toilet, set on two and a half acres of land a few miles from the capital of the Cornish Alps St Austell. If you want to chill out close to base (and pub), there are fifteen acres of fishing lakes surrounding the campsite to make your way around, a play area and plenty of runaround room for mini inners.
The pub serves food daily from noon until 9pm and stays open for drinks until 10.30. For essentials off site, it’s a fifteen-minute walk to the local village of Penwithick which has a Spar, post office and fish and chip shop; bikes can be hired on site for those who prefer to pedal.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Cycle hire nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
- Coach stations
Eden Project: Bus Stop — 1.7 miles
1.7 miles St Blazey Gate (Cornwall): Coach Stop — 2.5 miles
2.5 miles St Blazey (Cornwall) Church Street Coach Stop — 2.6 miles
- Train stations
Luxulyan Rail Station — 1.4 miles
1.4 miles Bugle Rail Station — 2.0 miles
2.0 miles St Austell Rail Station — 2.7 miles
- Ferry ports
Fowey Custom House Quay Ferry Landing — 6.5 miles
6.5 miles Fowey Ferry Landing — 6.6 miles
6.6 miles Fowey Town Quay Ferry Landing — 6.6 miles
Newquay St Mawgan Airport — 11.5 miles
On the A30 head south to St Austell. In Lanivet, take the A391 and continue south. Follow the signs to Treverbyn.
The site is located 1 mile from the Eden Project's entrance.
Innis Inn and Campsite is perfectly placed to see the best of Cornwall, with hundreds of miles’ worth of hike and bike paths in the surrounding countryside, seaside towns and villages, family days out and heritage highlights including old houses, clay pits and tin mines.
St Austell has a Clay Trail starting from Tremana Gardens and running along the Bodmin Road to connect with the Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park, a 26-acre park with woodland walks, adventure playground and the biggest working waterwheel in Cornwall. (Stick around Snozzle for a bit to also browse around Cornish World, which has an award-winning play centre, Kidzworld, and the biggest indoor market in the south-west.)
To take a look at tin mining and its history in Cornwall, Poldark Mine in the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site at Wendron near Helston is the only complete underground tin mine in the county, and has mine and ghost tours, a museum, exhibitions and activities including gold panning and circus skills.
More Cornish history and heritage are on show at the Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre less than five miles from Innis Inn, and at the three-floor Mevagissey Museum a few miles south.
Anglers can go on the hunt for mackerel or sharks on a sea fishing trip from Mevagissey where there’s a shark angling centre on the quay; boats can also be hired from the village to go out into the waters and look for seals and dolphins. There are opps for beach, sea and coarse fishing all over south Cornwall including at Fowey, Looe, Falmouth, along the River Tamar and at commercial fishing lakes.
After a day (each) at the Eden Project and equally famous Lost Gardens of Heligan, there are several more gardens in the area: the National Trust’s Lanhydrock at Bodmin (which also has a secondhand bookshop); the coastal Caerhays Castle and Gardens with National Magnolia Collection, and the valley garden and laurel maze of Glendurgan Garden near Falmouth.
All sounding too sedate for the kids? Family-friendly activities and centres abound around St Austell and south Cornwall, including the Crealy Great Adventure Park, the World of Model Railways at Mevagissey and the Tortoise Garden of St Austell.
Heading north, sprogs of all ages should like Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium, the indoor play barn at the Springfields Fun Park and Pony Centre, or the biggest go-karting centre in the south-west, Wadebridge’s St Eval Kart Circuit.
- Eden Project (0.4 miles)
- Lost Gardens of Heligan (6.5 miles)
- Cornwall's Crealy Great Adventure Park (10.5 miles)
- Trerice (11.9 miles)
- Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps (13.5 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.