The tent area is a gently sloping ¾ acre site and offers a choice of pitches. The site has 2 toilets, 2 showers with hot water, 2 washrooms with hot water, a washing-up area (cold water only) and a traditional oak woodland walk. There is a communal fire-pit with logs available. BBQs allowed (blocks available for standing) but sorry no dogs due to local wildlife.
There is no electricity on site. Mobile devices charged free, fridge freezer and free freezer pack exchange.
New for 2015 – Separate group area with its own fire-pit and scenic woodland views.
The Hobbit Hamlet enjoys a setting landscaped to reflect its natural surroundings. The spacious 11 square metre Hobbit Huts are nestled in their own niche; sleeping up to four on a double futon and 2 sitnsleeps. The Hobbit Huts are equipped with 3 benches, 2 tables, 2 stoves, 2 lanterns and a camping pack. Each Hobbit Hut has a covered outside cooking area and nearby has its own shower and washbasin with hot water and toilet. There is a communal fire pit, washing up sink (cold water only) and clothes line. There is a car park a short walk away.
The huts have no internal mains electricity and are not heated. Internal lighting is battery powered which can be re-charged by your car battery.
Sorry, no dogs due to local wildlife.
(minimum 2 nights)
Suitable for 2 people, the Hobbit Hideaway is in the magical woodland at Rock Cottage, the home of Acorn Camping and Glamping's Hobbit Huts, which are set in the World Heritage Site of the Luxulyan Valley.
There is only one Hobbit Hideaway so staying here will be a unique experience to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life by getting nearer to nature. You will be the person who enjoys adventure and the outdoors, walking and exploring.
The Hobbit Hideaway is reached by a woodland path and offers the opportunity to stay in a traditional ancient broadleaf woodland, to see and hear the wildlife and experience a troglodyte lifestyle; with the benefit of being nearby to Cornwall's premier attractions such as the Eden Project (approx. one mile distant) Fowey, Mevagissey and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Imagine living basic but enjoying some of the traditional comforts whilst immersing yourself in your magical surroundings.
The woodland canopy generates a feeling of mystery, a wonderment that gives a sense of special calmness.
You will be nested in the woodland and experience campfire cooking. You will collect your own wood to make your fire. We offer a number of activities on site including fire making and understanding the natural woodland.
You will have the luxury of using the on-site showers, wash basins and toilets provided for our campers and also the Hobbit Hamlet washing up sinks which are a short walk away. Drinking water is close by in the Hobbit Hamlet which can be carried back to your hideaway.
The minimum internal head height is 178cm (5'10")
There is a parking area a short walk away and a trolley to take your belongings close to the hideaway.
Your hideaway experience will provide the following equipment:
What's included in the hobbit hideaway, click here.
What to bring:
Torches (inc. head torches)
Bell Tent Package
Our three 4 metre bell tents come pre-pitched for your arrival in our camping meadow. Each tent sleeps up to 4 people. They include all equipment for you to enjoy your stay in the beautiful surroundings of Luxulyan Valley. Minimum stay of 3 nights.
Each bell tent has an integral ground sheet and will be pitched on decking (so nice and flat!) and is furnished with a coir mat, 3 rugs, 2 Moroccan floor cushions, 2 hand painted small indian tables, 2 tier chandelier, self inflated camping mats and cool box.
What's included in your bell tent package, click here.
You are heading for Rock Cottage, Prideaux, St Blazey, Par, Cornwall, PL24 2SS. From the A390 in St Blazey take the road opposite the Gulf petrol station New Road leading to Prideaux Road. (We are 1.5 miles from this point). Take the next right signposted Prideaux. Go through the hamlet and along the width restriction road, down the hill 400mtrs pull in to field entrance on the right where you will see a small acorn sign on a rock.
However if you're coming from the A30
From the A30 follow signs to The Eden Project. At the Eden Project roundabout, take a left, next right, next left and left again, 400 mtrs as above.