There are a lot of campsites in Cornwall, but if you are looking for somewhere that is adults only and with a peaceful, rural setting, then Rosebud Farm Touring Park could be your perfect holiday destination.
Drive through the entrance to Rosebud Farm Touring Park and a wonderful vista opens out in front of you – it really does have the wow factor! Holidays in Cornwall have long been popular and the view that greets you on arrival at this campsite is one reason why. You will, therefore, be pleased to hear that this campsite is open all year round and welcomes guests in tents, trailer tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes, and this is also a dog friendly campsite.
There are new free-to-use luxury heated toilets and showers on site, as well as drinking water, chemical waste disposal, there is also a choice of supersize standard or electrical pitches with hard standing for the winter season only, other facilities are ice pack freezing, free wi-fi, good reception for digital TV and satellite.
All payments for your stay must be made with cash or card and the campsite's owners request that guests arrive on site between noon and 6pm, and depart between 9am and noon.
Located near the stunningly beautiful Atlantic coast of Cornwall, Rosebud Farm Touring Park could be your ideal base on a children-free getaway. Enjoy time on one of the many local beaches and drink in the fabulous views of this campsite's rural setting. The picture perfect fishing village of Port Isaac is a short drive away, and surely camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall are not complete without a trip to the foodie heaven that is Padstow, which is around a half hour drive from the campsite.
Alternatively, you could explore Cornwall's area of outstanding natural beauty, which covers almost a third of the county and takes in both Bodmin Moor and the Camel Estuary, or head east and venture into the striking wilds of Dartmoor National Park – the village of Princetown is just over an hour's drive from Rosebud Farm Touring Park.
Fancy something more active? How about windsurfing on Daymer beach? Or head to Polzeath beach for some bodyboarding, kneeboarding or surfing? And, of course, if you're really serious about surfing, you might want to head to Newquay. It's only about a 40-minute drive from Rosebud Farm Touring Park.
A little further afield, just under an hour away by car on Cornwall's south, English Channel coast, you'll find The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Pentewan, or for gardens rather closer to the campsite, maybe visit Pencarrow House and Gardens – it will only take you around 20 minutes to get there by car, andjust a quarter of an hour away, is the medieval Tintagel Castle, on the peninsula of Tintagel Island.
This is also a great campsite to stay in if you want to visit the Eden Project. Its world famous artificial biomes are only about 45 minutes from Rosebud Farm Touring Park, plus the largest indoor rainforest in the world is there, just waiting for you to explore it.
So, if you're looking for somewhere to stay in your motorhome, tent or caravan in Cornwall, then the adults only, open all year Rosebud Farm Touring Park might be just what you need.
5 acre dog play area + dog waste bins
Ice pack freezing facilities
Free wifi throughout the site
Luxury heated shower block
Trebarwith strand beach
(all within 7 miles)
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