Glamping in Cornwall at Mena Farm: a unique holiday experience

We all like those added creature comforts, don’t we? Those neat little touches that make things extra special. Well, how about adding a little slice of luxury to your camping trip and come glamping in Cornwall at Mena Farm? We have a couple of different options for you to enjoy.

Family glamping…

Say hello to Poppy, Daisy and Bluebell – our three superior bell tents, which are finished in a style all of their own. If you love that feeling of camping but want to try something a little different then why not give it a try?

What do our bell tents come with?

Well, the answer is… rather a lot! You can leave the air bed (and foot pump) at home as our superior bell tents have a double bed with memory foam mattress, for the best night’s sleep! There’s also two single futon beds, so are a great choice for a family of four.

Inside you’ll find all the necessary utensils for cooking, preparing and storing food. There’s no electricity in our bell tents, but we provide a gas stove, a water carrier, cool box and ice packs, solar and battery lanterns, a power pack for charging your phone, as well as cutlery, crockery & your own firepit. Beds are made up for your arrival and parking is available close to your bell tent.

 

Glamping for grown ups…

Located in a secluded corner of the camping field, our Lotus Belle Tents, Oak, Willow and Hazel. Each has a 10-amp electric hookup to power the induction hob, kettle, toaster and lighting… Like the bell tents, the beds are made up for your arrival and everything you need to enjoy your stay is provided. They’re a little smaller in width than our bell tents, but have a lot more height and plenty of space for couples looking for a quiet break. A cool box and ice packs are provided for the duration of your stay.

Or you could try a short stay in our vintage caravan, Dolly! Dolly is 50 years old and has had a lifetime of adventure, including close connections to the rich and famous. Now in her dotage, Dolly likes to move around the site depending on the time of year. In the height of Summer, you’ll find her enjoying the views in our rear meadows, whilst in the cooler months, she prefers the privacy and shelter of the hedgerows in our main camping field. Dolly sleeps two comfortably in her huge double bed, has a gas stove, electric kettle and toaster, and a (very!) small electric fridge. Please note there is no running water in Dolly.

What to bring with you?

When glamping at Mena, we do suggest that you bring with you some items, and not just your clothes! It would be handy to pack items such as washing up liquid, gas canisters (for the bell tents, although you can buy these in our reception shop), a torch is essential, as are towels, wellies are always a good idea, and, of course, your food.

We regret that pets are not allowed in our glamping accommodation unless by special arrangement in advance of arrival. Please contact us directly to discuss. Minimum stay is generally two or three nights depending on the time of year, so please contact us directly to discuss shorter stays.

Our tents are available from mid-May through to mid-September. Dolly is available from April through to October.

Check-in: from 6pm

Check-out: by 9am

Glamping facilities

Our glamping guests can make use of the same great on-site facilities as our touring and camping guests, including shower block, games room, shop and fishing lake

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Discover Cornwall

Our bell tents are an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall. Use our tents as your base to go off and enjoy walks on the beach, hikes on the moors or days out at the major attractions

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