If a holiday with a roof over your head is what you’re looking for then there is a choice of 8 timber cabins, 4 cedar wood bungalows, 1 static holiday caravan, all fully equipped for self-catering. For the more adventurous, there are 2 ensuite megapods, 4 glamping wigwams or 3 camping huts (pods). The touring caravan and camping area has 26 pitches, 8 of which have electric hook-up; there is a designated campers’ shower and toilet block – with solar hot water – and laundry facilities.
Self Catering in the heart of Cornwall. Affordable family log cabins in North Cornwall. Set amongst the trees, our eight lodges, four bungalows and caravan blend perfectly into their natural surroundings. They provide comfort and warmth throughout the year. All lodges, bungalows and caravan have two bedrooms, plus a sofa bed in the lounge, sleeping up to 4 adults and 2 children.
Our Mega Pods are spacious and cosy with some minor luxuries like underfloor heating, an ensuite washbasin and loo, and plenty of head room. Yes, its really glam-tastic camping!
Glamping pods, wigwams, are the ultimate eco cabin – double-glazed, secure and lockable, cosy and warm. Our glamping wigwams offer a convenient alternative to the tent for a couple, family, or up to five adults.
Camping Pods sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children just, a fantastic wooden tent or camping hut to keep you warm and dry – you do need to bring all your camping gear except the tent; they are not equipped.
At Ruthern Valley we don’t regiment campers into neat rows. You’ll find our designated camping pitches accommodate trees and flowers as well as campers. Main Field has 16 pitches shared with a few ‘electric’ grass pitches, the Wood and the First Fairing have 4 pitches each, and End Field has 2 pitches shared with 2 camping huts/pods. There are 2 hardstanding pitches and 2 half gravel half grass for campervans, VW campers etc
The Shop is fully stocked with a few luxuries and all essentials, camping gas, blow-up beds, bike tools, plastic plates, and even a head torch. If you have that ‘how could I possibly have forgotten the bottle-opener?’ moment, don’t panic!