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Enjoy glamping, in style and comfort, in this peaceful woodland overlooking the golden sands of St Ives Bay. Unplug, unwind and enjoy the trees and wildlife that surround you. Let nature nourish your soul.
Just a mile from the sea and within easy reach of St Ives and its gorgeous golden beaches, Wildflower Wood at Beersheba Farm is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday, taking in the best Cornwall can offer.
Spend the nights below the stars and treetops in one of 5 Landpods. Inside are two double beds (bunk style), comfortable, upholstered bench seating, LED lighting, and roll-back roofs that reveal the sunrise, sunset, or stars through the leafy canopy.
The cosy Landpods sleep up to 5, tucked under the leafy canopy. Outdoor cooking facilities and fire pits really put you in touch with nature. Through the trees, there are lovely views towards the sparkling sea and beaches of St Ives Bay & Godrevy Lighthouse.
Each off-grid Landpod has its own cooking, dining, and firepit area, and private bathroom facilities – including a shower and a washroom with sink and toilet.
Standard rate is from £75 per night (minimum 3 night stay – 4 or less guests) per unit, or £530 per week. Extra charge of £10/night for a 5th guest (max 4 adults per Landpod).
25% deposit required to secure a booking, balance due 42 days before arrival. Book and pay securely online via Beersheba website.
Wildflower Wood is open from 28 April – 1 October 2022.
Each Landpod has it’s own dedicated washroom with sink and toilet and hot shower – washroom facilities are short distance from the Landpods, except for Trencrom Landpod which has an adjacent washroom.
A covered outdoor kitchen & dining area with picnic table, log benches and a fire pit with cooking grill are provided. Bedding, cooking and kitchen equipment and crockery sets are available to hire. A shared fridge space & wash up area is available.
Beersheba Farm is a great base for families, with riding stables and woodland wildlife and farm animals on site. A choice of beaches and the harbour town of St Ives are within easy reach.
Sitting between St Ives and Hayle, there is an excellent choice of walking from gentle ambles around the farm and woodland, to longer walks including the South West Coast Path and St Michael’s Way linking Marazion to Lelant.
Electric bikes are available to hire on site.