Alan Rogers Review
Trewethett Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site can boast some of the most dramatic views of any site in the country, overlooking Bossiney Cove and beyond to the ever-changing seascape of the Atlantic Ocean. Vans can be positioned either front or back first, ensuring your own panoramic (and occasionally wild and windy) view.
Trewethett Farm is split into four areas with 146 open pitches, 122 with 16 amp electricity, well laid out and of a good size with some on slightly sloping ground (levelling blocks may be required).
You can walk to either Boscastle or Tintagel on the Cornish Coast path both around 2.5 miles away. Boscastle is the quintessential Cornish fishing village owned and managed by the National Trust and worth exploring. Tintagel offers a more rugged commercial experience exploring the myths and magic of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, both have a good selection of pubs, restaurants and local shops.
Trewethett Farm is a busy site and very well organised. Most visitors are just captivated by the spectacular view and sunsets.The coastal path runs alongside the site and both Boscastle and Tintagel are accessible on foot plus access to Bossiney Cove by a very steep cliff path which is challenging and could be difficult for small children. Polzeath beach is within ten miles and is a popular choice for families. The site is also very well located as a base for exploring North Cornwall with Rock, Padstow and the Camel estuary not too far away. Arrival time is midday and departure time is 12 noon. The whole site has a well tended appearance and will particularly suit those who are looking to experience the landscape of the Cornish coastline and who enjoy the open air. The site is approximately 18 miles from any major supermarket or retail outlets.
N.B. Non-members may join on site and make a substantial saving on pitch fees, please speak to site staff for more details and to check pitch availability before arrival.