Situated just off the A3072 midway between the Holsworthy to Bude road at Pancrasweek just before Tamarstone Bridge. We are right on the border of Devon and Cornwall.
Camping at Tamarstone Meadow campsite couldn't be easier or more welcoming. Vehicle access is directly off the A3072 and our campsite guests receive a warm welcome with homemade cake on arrival and a small free gift for children, there are even biscuits for accompanying pet dogs.
Pitches can be reserved in advance or turn up and camp subject to availability. Electric hook up is available on our level to gently sloping grass meadow campsite and hard standing pitches for motorhomes, campervans and caravans wanting an overnight stop or a longer stay are available.
Fire braziers for those all-important camp fires can also be hired.
Adjoining the campsite is our one acre woodland,with a path that leads down to the river Tamar and the county borders of Devon and Cornwall.
Tamarstone meadow campsite washrooms have two showers and four toilets offering clean facilities styled on a beach hut theme. (Ladies we don't guarantee our washrooms are spider free but we wont allow them to set up home for long) We also have baby changing/bathing facilities for your convenience, and an indoor dish washing area.
In the washrooms we provide complimentary toiletries etc should you have forgotten to bring your own up to the washrooms.
We welcome surfers and cyclists providing an area for washing down and hanging wetsuits and safe storage for cycles.
We also have a selection of body boards, fishing nets and a couple of children's bodysuits which are free to borrow for the beach.
Our large “chill out beach room” is equipped with table tennis, table top football, games, books, soft seating and a dining table and chairs. Smaller children are also provided for with toys and seating in their own dedicated play area.
The Beach room also has a freezer complete with freeze blocks, microwave and a plug socket for charging mobiles etc which are available for campers use.
Picnic benches have been placed within the grounds for your use and enjoyment of our enviable countryside views and also to watch the antics of our chickens which children love to see and learn about.
Dogs are welcome on holiday at Tamarstone Farm Campsite, however they must be supervised & kept on a lead at all times for the comfort of everyone staying with us, and must not be left unattended. It is the owners responsibility to clear up after dogs at all times. All dogs must be well behaved and not listed under the dangerous dogs act 1991.
We do not charge any extra charge for gazebos or awnings etc, but they must fit including any vehicle or trailer within the boundaries of your allocated pitch, unless pre authorised with us.
Tamarstone Farm is dedicated to the conservation of our planet we therefore encourage recycling with dedicated recycling areas. We have carried this through into our washrooms where we use water saving taps and hand driers instead of paper towels.
We are in a rural community so we don't have mains drainage and rely on a septic tank so unfortunately we don't allow quilted toilet tissue to be used, we do provide however a high quality toilet tissue in our washrooms.
This year (2017) Tamarstone Farm was awarded the " Trip Advisor certificate of excellence"
To complete your enjoyment of time spent at Tamarstone Farm we have a small plant sales area of plants we have grown ourselves and also we sell our fresh chicken eggs and homemade jams and marmalades.
Things to do
Bude seaside town
Milky Way amusement park
Clovelly heritage village
Padstow , Tintagel and Port Isaac
Toilets Showers Electric hook ups Ice block freezing Chemical toilet disposal point Pets welcome Games Room Local taxi's Local shops Near to beach Near to swimming pool Near to sports facilities Local pub
Contact : Mr & Mrs C Smith 01288381734 or 07748248897
Patricia England 25/6/2017 5/5 Loved our stay at Tamarstone. Very well looked after grounds.
Fascilitys are basic but spotlessly clean. Nothing is too much trouble for the lovely owners. Would certainly go back there.