Kilhallon Farm

Driving Lane, Par, Cornwall, PL24 2RL

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2 acres

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PL24 2RL
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Lat 50.36339 / Lon -4.707873
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Kilhallon Farm
We had originally intended to stay for 3 nights and ended up staying for 6 nights. Arrival was straightforward - follow the directions and you won't go wrong. We were welcomed by James the owner with sausages and bacon that were absolutely delicious! Each pitch offers hook up and sea views and a water tap serving all 5 pitches is available. Grey waste was deposited in the hedge and toilet point is available in the adjacent field. The peace and quiet has to be experienced to be believed. The site is 10 minutes walk to a pub (the excellent Royal Inn), local shops and Par train station. We made full use of the train, visiting Looe, St Ives and Falmouth with cheap fares using a railcard. There is also a connection to Newquay which we'll try next time. Par itself feels like a corner of Cornwall unspoilt by tourism. An excellent site and one which we will definitely return to.

Millerman

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Reviewed on 23/07/2022 20:22

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Kilhallon Farm
Just arrived back from a five night stay at this site ( April 2022) , it’s well worth a visit The owner’s were warm ,welcoming, friendly and very knowledgeable of the area. It’s in a great location quite peaceful near the beaches and amenities. Tried a local pastie at Fowey only to find out it was from James the farmer/butcher whose site we were on needles to say it’s well WORTH stocking up on his Pasties, Sausages,Bacon, etc when you leave . Will definitely return sometime soon hopefully. Pete & Biddy

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Reviewed on 24/04/2022 09:19

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Quiet with Sea Views

Kilhallon Farm
We have just returned from a 6 night stay at this recently opened CL. The site is very peaceful and has views out over St Austel Bay. Par beach and local shops and the railway station are within walking distance. Fowey, The Eden Project, and the Lost Gardens Heligan are nearby. The site owner made us very welcome. He runs a wholesale butchers and grazing business from the farm but this did not cause us any disturbance. It is strongly recommended that visitors should try some of his excellent beef and/or his multi-award winning sausages. It is not recommended to approach the site except as instructed due to narrow roads. Well worth visiting, we intend to return.

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Reviewed on 06/08/2021 17:39

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Kilhallon Farm
This newly established CL is perfect for peace and quiet. With its elevated location, there are good views across the bay. The owner was very welcoming & helpful and also provided a Welcome gift from the on-site butchery to help with the morning breakfast! The site is on The Saints Way which is a good walking route into Tywardreath and the New Inn pub with its large beer garden and great menu. For anyone concerned about the meat factory on site, it is a good distance from the campsite and does not disturb the quiet in any way. All I heard were the tame lambs in the field I overlooked! I would definitely recommend this new site and intend to return.

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Reviewed on 29/07/2021 19:00

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