St Agnes Caravan Site

Hurlingburrow Farm, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0PG

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

Martin and Lucy welcome you to St Agnes Caravan Site which is situated on the outskirts of St Agnes village on the North Coast of Cornwall. The Site is surrounded by farmland and has stunning panoramic views of the coast from St Ives to Trevose Head Light House and inland countryside views taking in Carnbrea and St Agnes Beacon. You will enjoy sunrise, beautiful sunsets and a starry night sky.

All pitches have illuminated supply points with fresh drinking water and electric. Grey water and Chemical waste disposal points are clearly marked nearby and Refuse and Recycling bins are discreetly fenced near to the exit.

We give our guests plenty of pitch space and can also accommodate additional cars, kayaks and boats!

Our family have lived at Hurling Burrow Farm for many years and our children have grown up here. We hope that your children will also enjoy the large field to play in. We have two additional fields to walk well behaved dogs and ask that they are kept on leads and that you pick up after them as you go.

St Agnes is on a stunning coast line with many beautiful walks. You can enjoy Trevaunace Cove and Chapel Porth beaches for swimming, surfing, kayaking and fishing and there are plenty of other beaches to visit in the area.

The village lies just one and a half miles down the road, providing convenience stores, Butchers, Greengrocers, a Bakery, a Newsagent, a Chemist and a Hairdressers. There are several Pubs and restaurants, Fish and chip shop, Pizza and Chinese takeaways. There are also Art, Gift and Jewellery shops.

St Agnes is steeped in mining history and mystical tales that you can investigate at the Museum. There is always something going on in the local calendar to help you get to know and be involved in our friendly Village.

There is a bus service to the Cathedral City of Truro and to Newquay and many coastal villages on the way.

We want our guests to feel welcome and enjoy St Agnes and the surrounding area and hope that you will return and recommend the site to others.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

3.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
TR5 0PG
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GPS:
Lat 50.297619 / Lon -5.192639
OS field ref:
SW727491
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Truro Newquay (via Perranporth) Cubert and Crantock bus stop
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Ticks all boxes again 2019

Just returned from this site again, Lovely warm welcome from Martin & Lucy & Sam & Bramble the spaniels.Our 3 dogs love the open field of the site with mown path all the way around it.All the grass pitches are well mown & have EHU & water and very spacious.We really enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this site .We will be returning again ASAP.Thank you Martin & Lucy for a lovely 10 days rest.
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Had a 3 night stay in our caravan end of March 2019. Wardens both very helpful. Very peaceful site. Lovely views from just about every pitch. St Agnes village is nice. We had dinner at the Railway Inn; lovely real ale, food was basic but nice, good atmosphere. Would definitely return to this site.
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We have been booked onto this site for two nights, and decided to gamble with the October weather. The site is great, the pitches are well looked after and offer stunning seaviews. The site is well organised, peaceful, and as advertised only a 25 minute walk into St Agnes village, where you are able to visit and take in the local history and all the services of Pubs, restaurants, takeaways, and shops. We shall definitely be back, and the weather was kind to us !!

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Lovely, peaceful site

Just returned from a lovely stay at this site. Lovely owners and an immaculate site. Gorgeous views from all the pitches. One of the best sites we've stayed at. So peaceful which is what we love coming from a village ourselves. Would definitely go back.

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A perfect little gem of a cl,Martin & Lucy are wonderful hosts in every way.Never imposing but always helpful in local knowledge etc.The site is set in large almost level field with commanding viewsin every way,and just a short distance from the A30 .The site is central for all the main towns and beaches and what we loved with two Labs was the south west coastal path with stunning views and scenery.Love this site so much that are arranging our return visit.If you enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the country you will not be disappointed.
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