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For the travelling nomad, camping is an ardent favourite.

Our car parks, view points and laybys on the Tin Coast definitely do not permit overnight camping but you have plenty of local campsites to choose from.

And, if that’s not quite your style, book into a room at our local hostel; who also have a little extra something for the dark sky enthusiasts – bell tents and family size wooden glamping pods, perfect for stargazing from the comfort of your bed. Dreamy.

Search  ‘Accommodation’ on our ‘Places to Go’ map to find local campsites (including low cost options) and hostels. Please book ahead.

The right way to stay.

By using our local campsites you are supporting our local businesses and helping to preserve our spectacular landscape for all.  A balance which makes the Tin Coast a better place for our residents, wildlife and visitors.

Oh, and do remember to expect the unexpected around every twist and turn. Although we have vast open spaces here in West Cornwall, our roads are often narrow and difficult to navigate for larger vehicles and campervans, so please slow down and take extra care.

Photo: Perran Tremewan

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Photo: Wheal Call

Self Catering & Guesthouses

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