Moyles Farm Glamping

UK England South West England Cornwall Polzeath

01208 862 331  Moyles Farm Glamping, Moyles Farm, St Minver, Cornwall PL27 6QT

A cosy hideaway for two, with a top location, welcoming hosts and everything required for an effortless glamping escape



Inside the hut is a king size bed, a gas hob for cooking, a mini-fridge, a small table and chairs, television and wood burning stove. Private bathroom facilities are provided in an ajacent timber building. All linen and towels are provided. Immediately outside the hut is a fire pit/BBQ area.

Suitable For

Glamping only – no tents, campervans, caravans, dogs or pets. The shepherds hut sleeps 2 in a double bed.


Polzeath's sandy beach is popular with surfers but calm enough for beginners, while the village also hosts a few great shops and eateries. Slightly further down the coast Daymer is also an excellent beach, with a grassy knoll behind for sand-free picnics. From here head to Rock, keeping an eye out for the spire of 15th century St Enodoc's Church, now surrounded by the excellent local golf course (01208 863216). With its famous Oyster Festival (01840 212955) every July, Rock is a proper seaside settlement with watersports (01208 862 727) beyond the harbour and a £3 ferry (01841 532239) running across to Padstow. The crossing is well worth it to explore another quaint seaside spot, home to the National Lobster Hatchery (01841 533877) and a stunning Elizabethan country house (01841 532411). Walkers will also find one of the most beautiful section of the South West Coast Path nearby, running from Polzeath to Rock.

Food & Drink

Home cooked freezer meals can be delivered to your accommodation, these are prepared by the owner's sister-in-law, Fee Turner, (01208 862331) using predominantly locally sourced ingredients. It's a half hour walk or 5 minute drive into Polzeath where The Oyster Catcher (01208 862371) is great for ales and Sea Side (01208 862242) is best for a tasty lunch accompanied by sea views. For the most high-end dining experience head to Restaurant Nathan Outlaw (01208 862737) in Rock with no fewer than two Michelin Stars.


All year.


£70 per night. Minimum stay of 3 nights during peak season. Includes the provision of sheets/duvets/electricity, welcome pack, and a complimentary basket of logs.


1 shepherd's hut with an adjacent private bathroom.


Moyles Farm Glamping, Moyles Farm, St Minver, Cornwall PL27 6QT

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Getting There

Just past Exeter take the A30 sign to Launceston. Some 50 miles past Exeter is the sign to Launceston. Stay on the A30 for a few miles beyond Launceston and there is a sign to the right at Kennards House which says A395 to Camelford, Wadebridge and North Cornwall (A39). Take this turn to the right and follow it until T junction with the A39 which is approximately 13 miles from the A30. Take the left hand turn on the A39 towards Wadebridge. Approximately 2-3 miles along the A39 take the right hand turn that is signposted to Delabole, Tintagel and Port Isaac, the B3314. After a further 2-3 miles there is another cross roads, go straight across staying on the B3314 still signposted to Wadebridge. Continue on this road through Delabole for approximately 7 miles. Take the right hand turn towards Port Quinn and Polzeath, follow the tourist sign to the Bee Centre. After half a mile there is a further junction take the right hand turn towards the Bee Centre. Do not take the very sharp hand turn here to Port Quinn as it is a minor lane only. Passing the Bee centre on your right, the road then bends to the right, on the bend go left down a small road that is signed at the end “Mesmear Farm”. Drive past Mesmear and Moyles is the next farm on the left after about half a mile. The” Moyles” slate sign is in the wall.


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