'Green' camping on partly cleared moorland (heather regeneration project) in South West Cornwall, overlooking the sea, near the small town of St Just and Sennen beach. This is 'Wild West Penwith' so be prepared for all sorts of weather, wildlife and birds, and compost toilets! It's near a very minor road that 'wiggles' from farm to farm for about three miles between St Just and Sennen.
We aim to keep our prices on the cheap side. There is a large dry barn as a communal space where you can socialise, read, or make music or a cup of tea on a wet day. The low level climbing frame, the trampolines or a game of football will keep the kids amused in the evening, while you relax and watch the sun set over the western ocean.
Water is provided by a modern hand pump from a deep borehole - it's clean and very cold. We pass it through ceramic filtration to provide some drinking water on site, and we have an (unheated) shower set up in a 'tipi' made of shower curtains. There is a screened wash area and a sink. We also have a communal fire pit and (if you stick some firewood under the tank!) a hot tub. The newer of the two compost toilets has 'luxuries' like a door, a roof and a seat!
The hot tub is free of charge but campers must provide their own firewood (available in bags from a shop about three miles down the road) and you have to fill it yourselves (with hand-pumped water from the borehole).
Check availability at Numphra Downs Farm…
Max. persons: 4x
Ground type: Grass
No pup tents allowed.