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Adam b

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We are planning to visit Devon & Cornwall around the end of may for three weeks, is there any places we must see & recommended campsites .
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stevetracey

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We are looking at touring in June and been looking at Trevedra Farm(1 mile from Lands End) and Trewethett Farm near Tintagel. Haven't stayed on them but they get great reviews and the views look amazing as they are on the cliffs.
Hope it helps. Sure there will be more info on sites soon.
Steve
 

movan

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Have a word with @Hollyberry re a site within driving distance of Woolacombe and Ilfracombe where several people have stayed.
 

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If you are a member of ACSI there are some beauties in the book and May/June is discount time.
 

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The Golden Lion Pub/Campsite near Stithians http://www.golden-lion-inn.co.uk/ ...small campsite with facilities attached to the pub...great food with a very friendly welcome...good for Truro/Helston/Penzance areas

Rosebud Farm near Port Isaac on the north Cornish coast ... adults only and very friendly plus brand new facilities http://www.rosebudfarmtouringpark.co.uk/
Good for exploring the north coastal footpath ,Port Isaac, Rock, Padstow and Daymer Bay area...sadly the only pub within easy walking distance ...The White Hart at St Teath...isn't up to much IMHO.

Treloan site near Portscatho...only a few yards from the south coastal footpath and a short boat trip to St Mawes...great sea views.
http://www.coastalfarmholidays.co.uk/..
 
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St Agnes caravanclub site.great views.If you like walking.just a short stroll to the Cornish coast path.fantastic sun sets.30 min walk into village.a few pubs & shop's.& a Chippy.Two good beaches.National trust car park at Chapel Porth beach.but you need to get there early to get a parking place.(y)
 

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