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Cornwall glamping breaks

 

Whether you’re looking for a convenient outdoor stay without any need to pitch a tent, or somewhere you can admire the gorgeous scenery from a comfortable bed, glamping makes an excellent option for a Cornwall break.

If you’re thinking of trying out an outdoor stay for the first time, Cornwall is the place to pick: its temperate climate means that glamping breaks are possible throughout the year.

Intrigued by the idea of cuddling up in a yurt or stoking a fire outside a seaside lodge? Read on for our advice on finding the Cornwall glamping site for you.

Where you should stay in Cornwall

  • Glamping in Cornwall is a great choice if you’re travelling with kids, as there are plenty of family-friendly glamping options, and activities to go with them. Action-packed Newquay makes a good base for a family holiday – it’s got beaches and watersports galore, along with a zoo and aquarium for cooler days.

  • Can you take your dog glamping? Of course – just make sure you pick a dog-friendly glampsite. Several of Cornwall’s major attractions welcome dogs, and there are walks galore in this scenic county. Staying near the South West Coast Path gives plenty of options for walks around places like Land’s End or the heritage coast around St Agnes.

  • Cornwall’s coast is famously spectacular, so choosing to go glamping near the beach is a great way to make the most of that seaside scenery. Try the surfing hotspot of Bude if you’re keen to get active, or head to Perranporth for a kid-friendly sandy beach with rockpools and dunes to play in.

  • If you’re celebrating a special occasion, a luxury glamping break is a lovely way to treat your loved one (or yourself) – especially if you can stargaze from a hot tub. To mix up glamping and gourmet food, aim for Padstow, where you can dine in celebrity-owned restaurants before heading back for sundowners on site.

  • The Gulf Stream means that Cornwall’s winter weather tends to be milder than the rest of the UK and several of our sites are open all year, making them a great choice for an off-season break. Now is the time to warm up by a woodburning stove after windswept beach walks or taking advantage of crowd-free visits to popular fishing villages like Fowey or Mevagissey.

What to do in Cornwall 

  • The Eden Project in Bodelva (not far from St Austell) is one of Cornwall’s real must-sees for all kinds of travellers – it’s easy to fill several hours exploring the different ecosystems in the plant-filled domes, and there are zipwires and assault courses for those who need a little more action.

  • If you’re planning an off-season glamping break it’s a good idea to have some rainy-day options to hand. Art lovers should find plenty to keep them busy in St Ives, including Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum.

  • You’ll need to wrap up warm for an evening at the open-air Minack Theatre, but it’s worth it for the chance to watch a show at this spectacular seaside location built into the cliffs near Porthcurno.

  • For the animal lovers in your party, plan trips to Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary, the Cornish Seal Sanctuary and the Tamar Valley Donkey Park – or, if you’re feeling brave, you can go snorkelling with sharks near Penzance.

Here’s how

Pitchup is designed to make it easy to find and book your break. Each and every one of our glamping sites is a unique place to stay, with slightly different features and facilities. Personalise your search by using the filters on this page to find the place that’s just right for you – perhaps you’d like an adults-only site, or somewhere that you can embrace the outdoor spirit by building a crackling campfire? Select as few or as many filters as you like and you’ll see all the options that match.

If you’re a first-time glamper, have a read of our guide to glamping for all the information you need to know: what the different options are, what to bring and how to make the most of your stay.

Intrigued to know where else you can find glamping breaks in the UK? Search all our glamping options in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland to find further inspiration for future breaks.