Alan Rogers Review
Kelynack is an unspoilt, traditional campsite in a natural environment. It offers 11 caravan holiday homes to rent, 30 level pitches for small touring units and tents (with 10A electricity) and a further 15 pitches for use in the summer without electricity. The caravan pitches and mobile homes are found on the lower side of this small valley site, edged by bubbling clear streams and trees, part of which is a natural focus for children. A covered area hidden near the steam, built completely of Cornish wood and slate, provides campers with a sheltered area to barbecue and to eat. ‘The Old Dairy’, originally the milking barn for the farm, provides three luxury bedrooms to rent.
This is part of the environmentally sensitive Heritage Coastline where the mining of tin and copper has also left its mark, as has the sea. The dramatic coastline and cliffs are said to be one of the best climbing areas in the UK.
A central and clean toilet block provides for all needs, including two en-suite units. Small charge for showers. Facilities for disabled visitors. Fully equipped laundry room with tourist information. Small shop for basics at reception. Gas supplies. Play area. Accommodation to rent.
- Accommodation to Rent
- Bar Nearby
- All Year
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Indoor Pool Nearby
- Shop on Site
Site is 1 mile from St Just on the B3306 Lands End road.