Exeter: get on to A30.
Keep on A30 all the way until you see the exit sign for “Indian Queens” - wake up – it’s the next exit – signed:-
“FRADDON & GRAMPOUND ROAD” (There is a MacDonalds at the exit!)
Take the right option to “Grampound Road”.
At the next cross roads – turn left – to (St. Stephen ), St. Austell.
Keep on same road – pass through the village of St. Stephen (pink road at the crossroads) down and past
Peugeot Garage – all bunting and cars with bottoms in the air –
On your right, on the bend, is a wide turning signed
St. Stephen Coombe Hay Langerth and Industrial site.
Turn up there.
400 yards up there you will see white cottages on your left:
Court Farm entrance is on your right – opposite the white cottages – you won’t see it until you are upon it - so be slow!!
Turn down into the drive – follow “All traffic this way” sign .
Park in the Campsite and come to the reception.
Look forward to seeing you.
Simon & Lisa
The campsite itself has wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Pitches are well spaced around the edge of the field with the centre is left for children to play cricket and football or fly a kite while you sit back and relax knowing they are safe at this Family Site, with 20 electric hook-ups available, free showers, Wi-Fi and a small shop with essentials (Pasties cooked to order).
Our guests appreciate being situated in peaceful surroundings yet central to all the attractions that Cornwall has to offer, within easy daily travelling distances.
We are approximately 12 miles from Newquay, on the wide sweeping beaches of the north coast (surfer's paradise!) - 12 miles from historic Bodmin (on the moor), and 12 miles from the pretty city of Truro.
Mevagissey, Fowey, and other traditional fishing villages are on the south coast, among rocky coves, about 8 miles away.
The famous Lost Gardens of Heligan the fabulous Eden Project, and not forgetting Charlestown well known for the filming of POLDARK, Pirates of the Caribbean and many others are approximately 6 miles from here.
We are a low light pollution site, (hence the sites use by astronomers). - So dont forget to BRING A TORCH!
Toilets Showers Laundry Electric hook ups Ice block freezing Onsite shop Free Wifi Playing field Pets welcome Local shops Local pub Fishing