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Camping Experience with Canopy and Stars

With spring in the air and summer fast approaching I’m guessing we are all thinking about our holidays for this year.. Living in Cornwall, camping is a firm favourite pastime or holiday adventure…. but with this terrible weather we have been having its no fun camping in the rain. Being a lover of the great outdoors I was thinking how I could have that camping experience without getting really wet. Mr p and I have used Canopy & Stars previously when we had a night in a house boat as our first wedding anniversary adventure. So I thought I would take a look and see what other accommodation they had on their website and which ones I thought would give me that camping experience without getting soaked.

Here are my choices for places to stay in Cornwall:

Warleggan Wagon is located on Broom Park Farm close to Bodmin Moor, this beautifully converted  wagon seems like the perfect retreat to escape to and let your worries slip away.

Warleggan Wagon

How amazing is this? Staying in a Hobbit House, looks like the ideal place to relax, unwind and recharge with the added bonus of  booking a treatment if you wish.

Hobbit House

Pip and Pips Cabin seems like a great set up and one that I am going to book soon… A lovely cosy wagon to sleep in with a gorgeous wooden cabin for all of your living needs, a perfect getaway.

Pip and Pips Cabin

Balleswidden Cabin sounds like I have been transported back to another time and a place where I could let my imagination run wild with lovely books and surroundings, this was originally built as a writers lodge so you are sure to be in for a superb experience.

Ballleswidden Cabin

This beautiful cabin at Halzephron is situated on the cliff top close to the sea, with stunning views overlooking the bay and having your meals outside whilst listening to the tranquil sounds of the sea in all its glory, what could be more relaxing.

Halzephron Cabin

Through the woods is where you will find this delightful Quiet of Stars cabin, it seems very spacious and airy, letting the natural light flood in through the windows. On the walls are gorgeous paintings, a real treat for the eyes, it also has a kingsize bed to relax in.

Quiet of Stars

What a real treat Trewithen Tabernacle would be to stay in, a beautiful little tin chapel, with everything you need all in one space, looks like a fairy tale you can only ever dream of.

Trewithen Tabernacle

 

Would love to hear of the places that you are eager to visit!

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