Green Pig Farm

Castle Gate, Ludgvan, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8BG

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Green Pig Farm is a small family enterprise and is ideally located midway between the stunning sea side resort of St. Ives and the market town of Penzance. Both have an abundance of entertainment, galleries, shops, restaurants and pubs.

The location of Green Pig Farm gives you great access to all West Cornwall has to offer, from the Lands' End peninsular and Sennon Cove to the breath taking Minack theatre at Porthcurnoe. Penzance being the gate way to the Scillies and a good starting point for spectacular cliff top walks. Other local attractions include coarse fishing, boat trips and glorious beaches.

The site overlooks Mounts bay and St Michael's Mount with distant views towards the Lizard peninsular and is laid to lawn on gently sloping pitches all with electric hook ups, and the usual water, grey water and chemical disposal facilities are available on site.

A local bus runs past the site to both St. Ives and Penzance, this is a limited service but enables you to leave the car behind.

Green pig farm also has its own holiday barns and Tea room (seasonal) with garden offering Cornish cream teas, sandwiches, cakes and snacks all overlooking the stunning Mounts Bay.

There is a Farm shop across the road from the site selling a variety of fresh produce. 

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good

Prices

Extras

Price per night for pets: £1.00

Price per night for extra car: £1.00

Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
TR20 8BG
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GPS:
Lat 50.159195 / Lon -5.510344
OS field ref:
SW494347
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: St Ives and Penzance - limited service running Monday - Saturday
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Penzance

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BEAUTIFUL CL

We stayed at Green Pig Farm for 5 nights in June. What a fantastic site. We were met by the owner on arrival who gave us the choice of 2 pitches. Very spacious with plenty of room for an awning and to park your car. The grass is kept very short and all the water and disposal facilities are close by. Slightly sloping in places so levelling blocks may be needed. Dog walking area in field next door. Stunning views of the sea and St Michael's Mount. As a bonus the site has a lovely tea room and garden where you can have fabulous cream teas, sandwiches and cakes etc. Throughly recommended and we will definately be back.

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Excellent few days

The welcome at Green Pig was wonderful. The site was beautiful with very large pitches and outstanding views. We didn’t have time to visit the Tea Room but it looked beautiful and the cakes as good! Our dog loved the on site dog walk. We have already recommended this site to others and I am sure we will return

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Superb location

Very welcoming and accommodating hosts, nothing was too much trouble and we were made to feel special The facilities were excellent as described on the website, very clean and tidy. There is a 14th century pub 35 mins walk away which serves good food and ale 😊 Outside of the site is a bus stop which takes you to Penzance in one direction, and St Ives the other with onward rail connections from either readily available. This is a fabulous CL with magnificent views of St Michaels Mount and the English Channel with the most lovely hosts. A perfect location to both relax and also to explore the rest of Cornwall. We were very pleased and couldn’t recommend it more highly, and will be returning again.

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Fantastic Site

This was our 1st time at this site, very friendly and welcoming owners who were very helpful on the area including giving is the bus timetable for the bus that stops outside the site. This is our forever site for this part of Cornwall, can't wait to go back . Ian & Jen Grantham

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Excellent site

A lovely site - the kind that you really want to keep to yourself, but that would be selfish!! Very friendly, helpful owners who were very understanding and flexible when we had to change our bookings because of illness. Very well maintained - just like a really good lawn, with all the services easily accessible. A lot of thought has gone into the site. As a previous reviewer has said, there is a road behind, but it is quiet over night and we very quickly 'tuned out' any noise, and we tend to be quite sensitive as we live in a village with very little road noise. The tow off the A30 is a bit tricky but just needs a little care. Tea rooms unfortunately closed by the time we were able to go, but I am sure we will be back to sample them another year. Great location for touring the area, and a lovely part of the country.

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