Green Pig Farm

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

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • 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
  • WC (exclusive use)

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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:
203

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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Lovely late September stay 2020

A lovely site, well managed and maintained with a cracking view across to St Michael's mount 6 minute drive to Penzance, would certainly stay again . Jut a coupe of comments , due to present covid situation a sanitize station at the gate when entering and leaving would have been appreciated ..also only two standard dustbins supplied with out any recycling, so over the 5-6 days we stayed the bins were always full.... Wonderful dog walking area, but no separate dog bin, which felt a bit odd, didn't know or wanted to leave dog waste in the dustbins ! ..
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Stayed here for a week in august 2020, it's a cra king little site, the views over Marazion and St Micheals mount are stunning ...we had a lovely welcome from the owner and his dad ...his dad guided us the the correct gate and his son welcomed is and told us facts about the surrounding area ..... It really is a clean and well thought out site the van have loads of space next to beautiful blue hydrangea bushes leaving a large field in which to play or relax in ...there is a field next door if you want to exercise your dog too Had a problem with our electrics one night and he stopped his tea to come out and help us and lent us his EHU Highly recommended for travelling into St. Ives or Penzance and a lovely walk down to the white hart pub in Ludgvan is a must ...try the steak and ale pie...its to die for

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My husband and I stayed here in July. It is a lovely site beautiful views over to St Michael's mount, easy to get to St Ives, st Michael's mount, minack theatre to name but a few. We received a warm welcome. The site is kept immaculate plenty of space. The added bonus is the fabulous tea room. We would definitely stay here again.
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Great site

We recently returned from holiday on this excellent site. It is maintained to the highest standards and the family who run it are lovely people. The tea room and garden serves top notch cream teas and cakes, the garden having a similar view to the cl site. We had a problem with a leaking tap and Neil gave us directions to a dealer where we replaced it. Thank you for another holiday with great memories, Chris and Ian

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All you could want and more from a CL

There have been many positive reviews about this great CL and probably mine is unnecessary but I wanted to thank the owner for the time and effort he puts in to make it such a great place for a holiday. We only stayed for 3 nights as he was fully booked so if you are considering a visit make sure you book well in advance. We have probably maxed out on this part of Cornwall but if we visit the area again this will the first choice of site on our list.

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