CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

We are currently closed following Government guidelines, and it looks unlikely that we will reopen before July 1st.

We are in the process of contacting all those whose bookings are affected by this. We are currently still taking provisional bookings for July 1st onwards, but on the understanding that these may change if we are not able to be open.

Our planned opening dates are from Friday 10th April for Easter until the end of September 2020.
We aim to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible so if there are any more questions that you have, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We provide:

  • scrupulously clean compost loos
  • hot showers
  • washing up area
  • gorgeous surroundings
  • a peaceful village
  • bike hire by prior arrangement (we get very booked up!)
  • 20% discount on surf lessons and surf hire from Gwithian Academy of Surfing
  • fire pits to hire, as well as wood to fuel them
  • amenities area with a fridge freezer and somewhere to charge phones (not secure)

The village provides:

  • the Red River Inn, a great dog friendly, family friendly pub, with a fantastic real ale selection and a brilliant reputation for food. The Red River has recently reopened after a full refurbishment and is looking great.
  • a small shop at Gwithian Farm campsite over the road, for the essentials
  • lovely walks and the best beach around
  • Godrevy cafe, the Jam Pot cafe, the Hungry Horsebox cafe and the RockPool Bar and Grill within walking distance

The area provides:

  • it’s west Cornwall! You get cream teas, great ice-cream, beaches galore, stunning views, cliffs, woods, bird watching, dolphins, seals, coasteering, sea swimming, surfing, climbing, cycling, amazing restaurants, local art, pasties and so much more.
  • we’re a short drive from the Eden Project, St Ives, Lands End, the Lizard, Falmouth, Truro, the Minack Theatre and many more attractions

We try to keep all our guests happy so ask that you keep noise to a minimum after 9pm, that dogs are kept on leads at all times and that BBQs are kept elevated from the grass to avoid damaging it.