Flambards Theme Park is a great family fun day out! Brave sky high thrill rides and enjoy the undercover soft play area. Discover dinosaurs in the Jurassic Journey and uncover fossils in the Dino Dig. Enjoy the life-size Victorian Village and experience Britain in the Blitz in the award-winning indoor attractions.
Lose yourself in the mysterious world of The Lost Gardens where an exotic, subtropical jungle, atmospheric Victorian pleasure grounds, a pioneering wildlife project and the finest productive gardens in Britain all await your discovery.
An American-themed restaurant and bar serving a delicious range of classic American cuisine from steaks, ribs and burgers to homemade pancakes, all-day breakfasts, salads and their famous candy shakes. There is also a large vegan menu. Packed with American rock and roll memorabilia and a soundtrack to match. Fully licensed, air conditioned.
Stayed last week for a couple of nights, really large field, stunning views and no need to be close to anyone the field is that big. If you are looking for fantastic facilities it's not for you, the loo and shower are basic but very clean. If you are looking for somewhere to get away from it all, sit back and relax and enjoy the view then it's perfect. The lane IS narrow so not good for large vehicles or caravans but perfectly fine for our VW camper.
Situated high above Gwenver beach, this CL is perfect for a peaceful relaxing holiday with amazing views across Sennen to Lands End and, on a good day, the Isles of Scilly. Sunsets are to die for! The facilities (loo and shower) are basic but clean. Access was fine in our campervan, although a large caravan may struggle. Worth the effort and careful navigation though for a totally unique and special site.
We are so pleased to have found this gem of a campsite which is an easy distance for us. Just what we enjoy when out in our motorhome! Amazing views - peace and tranquility - no fuss - basic but clean ablutions. The owner was friendly and helpful when we arrived. This will definately be a place we will return to, often. I agree that towing a caravan could be a bit tricky, but we managed the access perfectly in our vehicle
Unfortunately the tiny winding up hill road is not suitable for our caravan which is a 4 birth. Very tight on corners scratched all the windows on one side of our caravan. The turning into the country road is very steep and sharp. When you do finally get to the top there are a lot of large rocks and bits of metal sticking out of the mud road. Once on the field the views are amazing and well worth the £10 a night but I would definitely never use it again with the size of caravan we have now. Also like to add the farmer lets his dog out unsupervised to wee up everything you own and poo's in the field were his mess is not cleaned up.
Site approach from the main road is appalling and if you value your caravan or motorhome then don't try it. The site is also crossed by a public footpath used by dog walkers who mostly fail to clear up after their pooches so watch where you are walking. The site is very exposed to the South West and could be very uncomfortable in gales that frequent this part of England. In general the site is overpriced for what is on offer and watch the weather forcasts