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at Court Farm Campsite

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... deep cleaning due to the virus. There is a family/disabled room too which was great for all getting washed as we had a 6yr...
... and we managed 2 x 8berth tents and a gazebo with a load of room to spare. The area in front of the tents was huge for the...
... the central field empty was a big bonus. Kids had plenty of room to play football or fly kites. Too many campsites would...

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NAOzzies2011 wrote a review 1 Sep
Essex73 contributions9 helpful votes
We visited end of August and lockdown. We were welcomed by Simon and Lisa who were amazing the whole week- they were so polite and gave us great ideas of places to visit. Toilet and shower facilities were so clean and closed twice a day for deep cleaning due to the virus. There is a family/disabled room too which was great for all getting washed as we had a 6yr old,4yr old and 3month old- there is even a baby bath available. The kitchen facilities again were really clean and spray provided to clean the area after you have used it. There is also pay machines for washing machine and tumble dryer.
The field was great with all the tents/caravans pitched around the field with electric hook ups and all with bins and a tap every few plots. The space in the centre of the field was great for the kids to run around and play.
Great location, there is a supermarket, Chinese and chip shop 4mins drive away. We visited Mevagissey and Padstow as little villages to stroll around. St Michaels Caerhays beach and also Harlyn Bay for a quieter place to go but bigger we went to Perranporth. All the beaches are beautiful and the waves were amazing for the kids to go body boarding and the sand was beautiful like being abroad.
If we go Cornwall again we will defo be visiting this site as it was perfect
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Graham W wrote a review Jul 2020
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We stayed here with friends for 5 nights and couldn't have been more impressed. Greeted by friendly owners, everything explained. Facilities were BRILLIANT, very modern, all you could ask for and exceptionally clean (COVID standards fantastic)
Each pitch was a huge size, Electricity and water to each if required. We camped with friends in the next pitch and we managed 2 x 8berth tents and a gazebo with a load of room to spare. The area in front of the tents was huge for the kids to run in. We felt like we were in a safe and cared for environment.
Easy access for both coasts and many local amenities, would thoroughly recommend and WILL be returning.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Sarah R wrote a review Aug 2018
Carlisle, United Kingdom66 contributions23 helpful votes
We spent ages reviewing campsites in Cornwall as I'm quite particular, not fussy, just discerning. I wanted a small site so anything 50+ pitches was a definite "No", no on site entertainment because who needs that on a campsite?! We finally settled on Court Farm following previous good reviews and all four of us were very happy with the choice. On arrival we found a note telling us our pitch, the owner was around but essentially left us to our own devices which is how we like it. We didn't have to display the usual, pitch ticket that so many sites have either which was another plus point. Our pitch was just off the hardcore track and not too far from the toilet block so it was an ideal pitch. Due to the lack of rain the ground was a bit hard but otherwise a very generously sized pitch. The toilet block wasn't the fanciest I've seen on sites but it was certainly more than adequate. Showers were pretty decent and after a few seconds came warm quite quickly. The communal pot wash area had oodles of hot water for washing pots and a generous number of sinks. In addition there was also plenty of fridge and freezer space, along with washing and drying facilities. Apart from some inconsiderate teens playing loud music whilst they showered the site was nice, peaceful and quiet. The pitching of tents around the boundary only, thus leaving the central field empty was a big bonus. Kids had plenty of room to play football or fly kites. Too many campsites would utilise such a space with more pitches but by retaining open space Court Farm have succeed in creating a welcoming, relaxing site where campers can spread out and not feel on top of one another. Now if only they can guarantee good weather we'll be right back! Many thanks.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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tracyw952 wrote a review Jul 2018
Plymouth, United Kingdom15 contributions11 helpful votes
We arrived on Friday and there was nobody in the office but our name was on a list telling us where to pitch up. The field is of a good size with plenty of space between tents or caravans. We set up camp, hooked up the electricity and went to check out the amenities. The shower/toilets were clean and there was a room with washing machines, sinks, a fridge and freezer for guests to use. We sat down, cracked open a beer and were discussing how lovely and peaceful it was when 3 minibuses full of Air Cadets turn up! Don't get me wrong, I like kids/teenagers and I don't object to them making all the noise they want...during the day. What I do object to is a gang of teens, prowling around the field ALL NIGHT, laughing, chatting, crunching up and down the gravel right next to us and despite me yelling at them twice to shut up and go to bed, they carried on. I tried to find someone in office the next day, to see if they could have a word, only no-one was in the office (we didn't see anyone in there all weekend) So I went and found the Air Cadet leader and had a word myself. They were like church mice on Saturday night! By Sunday the facilities weren't so clean, the shower floors were dirty, there was no loo roll in half the toilets and there was toothpaste smeared over the surfaces. I know you can't keep things immaculate all the time,especially with hoards of teenagers around, but it was a bit off putting. I doubt if we will return to this site, which is a shame as it's in a lovely location.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jane O wrote a review Sep 2017
Wimborne, United Kingdom13 contributions5 helpful votes
We were here for a week early part of September and we love it! Friendly and relaxed . The whole experience was fab - dings were welcomed, fishing great, campsite pitches gave plenty of room and everything included in one price!

Will definitely return
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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