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"After driving through a tiny village we arrived at the…"
After driving through a tiny village we arrived at the Mawgan Porth campsite. The welcome was incredibly friendly and we were shown to our accommodation, a fully equipped yurt positioned in its own little village.
Within the gated village there are several yurts used as accommodation, a cookhouse with every utensil under the sun (and also with your own fridge and store cupboard), a communal yurt, which housed a HUGE television, a telescope, numerous DVD's, board games & books, several comfy sofas and an open fire and wash facilities complete with walk in wet rooms & power showers.
The yurt itself was gorgeous, a double bed and sofa bed for the kids, we had fresh towels and tea & coffee supplied.
Within the grounds themselves there's an open air swimming pool, an indoor pool with sauna and a steam room and a children's play area and yurt where the kids club meet.
By the reception there's also a small shop where you can get some essentials, although the beach and a bigger shop are just minutes walk away, and the cafe bar.
The cafe bar menu is pretty small but the food is amazing. We had lunch and dinner there, each day they have a fresh dish and they can even cook or fish to order (with enough notice).
There's lots of different types of accommodation here, from chalets to eco lodges to yurts. I was taken around all of them and have to say the standard was fantastic. All were really well decorated with so many facilities in the actual rooms, you could see that the owners really take pride in that 'home from home' experience.
It was also really quiet there - despite having 300 people on site, there were no crowds or noise.
I'd definitely recommend this as a great offering for a beach site holiday without the chaos and a nice bit of added luxury.Read moreLess
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