We booked a 14 night stay in September and had a great time despite the weather!
Located and clearly signposted just off the B3266 access, even for a large, twin axle caravan is straightforward. The drive leads you to the farmhouse where you must book-in before going onto the CL field.
There is a single hardstanding pitch, the remaining are all on grass and are clearly numbered. The size of each pitch is extremely generous and easily accommodated our twin axle caravan and 4 x 4. We would have also erected an awning but the weather, unfortunately, was not good during the time of our stay. Storms Ali and Bronagh have a lot to answer for!
There are numerous electric points (each clearly showing the pitch number plus the ability to re-set should you trip the connection) and water is at a point close to the entrance to the CL field. The CL also has free Wi-Fi across the entire site. Access to each pitch is from a shingle track and levelling blocks may be required. In a separate building is an information point, toilet and shower (Additional charge) plus, just outside this building you will find the chemical disposal point. Furthermore in a separate, glass covered conservatory there is an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, changing room and shower which can be used at an additional, daily charge, There are also picnic tables and a small children’s play area on a separate area. There are some lovely views from all pitches including those of the sea plus an adjacent field where two horses kept us amused by their antics during our stay.
There is some road noise from the adjacent B3266 but we didn’t find this particularly intrusive.
A short drive from the site is The Camel Trail where bikes can be hired at various locations on the trail. This is a very good surfaced trail and is extremely popular, especially at weekends. The ports of Boscastle, Port Isaac, Bude etc. are all worth visiting although, it should be noted, that none offer free parking. Walking along the coastal footpath is possible although surfaces do vary. If you are wary of heights, slippery stone / rock, steep slopes (in places) the coastal path should be avoided. There are a number of supermarkets within a short drive of the site. The National Trust also have a number of places worth visiting whilst you are in the area.
We found Jackie, Richard and Camilla to be extremely friendly and helpful and clearly made every effort in keeping the CL spotlessly clean. For example the grass areas are regularly mowed and the cuttings are removed to avoid being trodden into the caravans. We have no hesitation in recommending the site and will certainly be using it again when we are next in the area.