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Cerenety Eco Project in Cornwall

  • Campervan's at Cerenety
  • Spring Lambs at Cerenety
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  • Caravan Cafe at Cerenety
  • Cerenety Cricket
  • Cerenety Style Breakfast Baps
  • Cerenety Toilets and Showers
  • Sunset over Cerenety Wildlife Pond
  • Cerenety Goats
  • Relaxing at Cerenety
  • Summerleaze Beach, a short stroll from Cerenety
  • Children at Cerenety
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ENJOY THE WILDER SIDE OF CAMPING

Serene, green, eco camping set in seven acres of sprawling fields just a short stroll from the seaside.

Cerenety is peaceful, old fashioned, back to nature camping, where you can spend lazy days in the grass or playing cricket with the kids. Spend the morning surfing, delight in a relaxing afternoon picnic and while away long summer evenings watching camp fire smoke spiralling idly into the Cornish sky. Do all this whilst happy in the knowledge that your holiday is having a limited effect on the environment.

Solar powered showers, compost toilets and wood burning fires allow you to indulge in an off-grid holiday in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Make friends with our rescue animals, meander down the canal into town or take a 5 minute wander down our country lanes to our local secret beach.

Why choose us?

- We have a tidy breakfast cafe selling crepes, teas and coffees. This is often run by genuine French people ;-) Open at weekends out of season and 6 days a week in season.

- We have a 'pick your own' vegetable patch and permacutlure forest garden. Her you can peruse our herbs, fruit and veg and pick some food for dinner for just a donation to our amazing volunteers. We've also put up some information should you want to try your hand at your own forest garden.

- Campfires! They make camping great. You can take your recently picked veg and cook up a storm on your campfire. We also have a couple of dutch ovens and tripods to hire if you would like to use them.

- Animal feeding time. Weekends out of season and 6 days a week in season we do animal feeding time for the children (or adults). It changes depending on the time of year, but we usually feed the alpacas, milk the goat, collect the eggs, stroke the tortoise and pet the rabbit at least! If you let us know in advance we're happy to do this for your group at any time. In spring we're often bottle feeding orphan lambs too!

- We have a pizza oven! It's fairly ramshackle as it's made from pond clay and old red bricks that fell out of our old house, BUT it works. We sometimes spontaneously set up pizza nights where we light the oven and anyone can join in with their pizzas, but failing that anyone is welcome to use it. If you're not sure, just ask and we can give you some pointers.

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Reviews of Cerenety Eco Project

Cerenety was amazing. My partner had stayed here before and this time we brought our 8 month old baby. The toilets were clean, the showers were warm, it was very peaceful. The animals were gorgeous and it was a safe walk down the canal to get to all the shops and beaches of Bude. We'll definitely be back and next time for longer.
Jessica Montgomery (19th Apr 2018)
Lovely quiet site, made very welcome, loved all the animals esp the rescued pony x Big thankyou for our stay and your kindness. Laura's Coastal Challenge for the RNLI is going well. Your kindness adds to the overall funds.
Fran & Laura (9th Aug 2012)
Really fab campsite. Perfect distance outside of the town to feel like countryside but close enough to be convenient. Relaxed atmosphere. Kids could play cricket in the field all day. Animals wonderful. We'll definatley be going again.
Kelly (17th Mar 2012)