Thank you for choosing Beare’s Den. We look forward to welcoming you on site. For you to enjoy your stay, please take a few minutes to read the following information.
There are 3 ‘free range’ farm dogs that live at the site. Their names are Charlie (white) and Suda (black) and Ula (chocolate sprocket). With Suda being the eldest and Charlie one of her pups and Ula is the naughty young addition to the family. Although they may bark at you when arriving, their wagging tails give away their friendliness. Please do not be alarmed by them as they are just doing their job in protecting their land. We ask that, however tempting it may be (even with their puppy-dog eyes),
that you refrain from feeding them. They may also follow you to the beach, if this is the case then please do not worry, just tell them to ‘Go Home’ although Ula is not allowed to take herself off to the beach as who knows what she'll get up to, please hand her back to one of us..
Within walking distance-
Perranuthnoe. (approx. 10 mins) Walk down to the cliffs and turn right along the coast path – Perranuthnoe Beach is a sandy, family friendly beach with lifeguards during high season. It has a quaint village with a Pub, cafes and a few shops.
Prussia Cove.(approx. 20 mins) Walk down to the cliffs and turn left along the coastal path and walk around/over Cudden Point) – A lovely Cove, perfect for swimming and rock pooling.
Praa Sands. (approx. 40 mins) Follow the same direction as above (to Prussia Cove) and keep walking until you find a sandy beach with cafes and surf shops. Praa Sands also has a fantastic Golf Course with great views.
Marazion.(approx. 40 mins) follow the same directions as above (to Perranuthnoe) and keep walking until you are in the town. Marazion is a lovely town with shops, cafes, pubs, and restaurants and is famous for the breath-taking St Michaels Mount. You can walk to the Mount at mid/low tide and there is a boat service during high tide.
There are also many spectacular beaches within a short drive from Beare’s Den. Please do not hesitate to ask us any questions and we can guide you to the best places around.
The village of Rosudgeon hosts a petrol station, fish and chip shop and award winning pub/restaurant. These are all located on the main road after taking a right turn at the end of the lane.
Things to do
For our more adventurous campers there are opportunities for surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, kite surfing and kayaking locally. Please ask for more details and we can put you in touch with the best providers.
There are also some particular sites of interest like the Minack Theatre, St Michaels Mount, Jubilee Pool and St Ives. Again, please ask us for more information and we will be happy to help you.
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