There is a great chance many of you will know Cornwall as a beautiful part of the world, there is a good reason it is a favourite among holidaymakers. With this in mind, what better area to purchase yourself a gorgeous holiday lodge at a lovely park such as St Trinny Farm.
This park spans 34 acres of private estate for you to explore and enjoy relaxed and peaceful strolls. And peaceful is a word that sums up very well the tranquillity that this family owned land brings, with its perfect countryside, stretching on for miles in a safe and secure setting.
Not only will you be able to make friends with the neighbours, you’ll also be able to enjoy some non-human company thanks to the local wildlife, who can be discovered following one of the nature trails. Animals such as wild deer, rabbits and badgers are in abundance along these areas. You can explore the Ottery Valley SSSI, where owls, kingfishers, woodpeckers and many other types of birds live. Note also that this is a dog-friendly park so they will be able to enjoy the walks with you-a perfect way for you both to get some great exercise, all with the pleasing Cornwall air to help lift your spirits even higher.
This park has a very impressive selection of cottages and lodges for purchase, all built to high standards, that stand proudly in this beautiful rural setting. Prices start from just £119.999, and with a whole host of luxurious options, there is sure to be something to suit a great range of tastes. The cottages which are all built to a very high standard are able to cater for up to four people and a cot can be offered if needed. The cottages will contain all the everyday appliances you would expect such as a microwave, DVD player, electric oven, a full sized fridge/freezer and lots more, along with free Wifi. Each cottage is fully equipped and finished with high-quality furnishings that compliment the rooms perfectly. If you prefer the idea of a lodge these meet the same high-quality standard of the cottages and offer plenty in the way of appliances and of course excellent furniture and high-quality furnishings. These lodges contain three bedrooms and they are situated in a section of the park that overlooks three lakes and the valley. There are also two bedroom lodges which are located in a small group within the old orchard, behind the farmhouse. A further staying option is also in the form of a static caravan. You have the chance of letting one of the six, modern caravan holiday homes at this park. Once again, just like the cottages and lodges, these are equipped and styled to a very high standard. As you can see, those looking to stay in a holiday park destination are spoilt for choice with these amazing offerings. It is advisable to have a look at the photos and details of these holiday homes as soon as you can and book a visit for a truly wonderful way to experience Cornwall.
This park has been awarded a ‘Certificate of Excellence’ by Trip Advisor for the last 8 years! Reviewers have praised St Tinney’s with five stars, complimenting it on its cottages, lodges and caravan accommodations as well as great camping facilities. Those interested in setting up a tent, touring caravan or camper van at the park can book a space, but be quick as places are limited!
The facilities are partly what helps to make a park great, and St Tinny Farm does not fall short. You are able to take part in activities such as fly or coarse fishing in any one of the five available lakes. Or if you fancy some indoor gaming, the games room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football. Oh, and come the Summer season a lovely outdoor heated swimming pool is open for your leisure. Children are also catered for with a play area that includes their own sporting equipment and space, plus a fun adventure play frame and sand pit.
And when its time for food, why not enjoy some great meals prepared using the finest local ingredients, paired with a local ale or cider, at the fully licensed bar and restaurant located on site. A takeaway service is also offered, perfect when you want to enjoy something to eat from the comfort of your own lodge.
From the location of this wonderful park, you have convenient links to other places well worth exploring. For instance, this park is situated just a mile away from the A39 Atlantic Highway, allowing for you easy access to some very nice beaches, in fact, award-winning beaches. Further to this, the whole of the North Cornish coastline is within easy reach. The North Cornish coastline is home to picturesque villages like Port Issac and contains historic harbours. This being such an impressive landscape you may not be surprised to know this area has been featured in many TV and film pieces, including Poldark, Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn, and Doc Martin. Also not far from the park is Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Boscastle harbour, Warbstow Bury Ancient Hill and the Widemouth Bay Beach.
And all around or under the ten-mile mark are other excellent areas to explore, such as Crackington Haven, a beach that was once the haunt of smugglers, but is now a family favourite. It is a beach surrounded by rock pools and sand at a low tide. It has won a Premier Seaside award and is the nearest beach from St Tinney’s. You also have (in order of nearest to furthest from the park) Strangles Beach, Boscastle, Rock Valley, Rough Tor, Tintagel and of course Widemouth Bay (the nearest of the large-sized beaches and another Premier Seaside Award winner), Trebarwith and Bude, a well known seaside resort which contains lots of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, surfing, golf and fishing.
In summary, St Tinney Farm is a park which excels in both its beautiful Cornwall countryside, offering cottages, lodges and caravans at great prices, designed with superb detail and comfort in mind, a plethora of facilities to keep you busy, and the tempting advantage of being at a location local to so many other brilliant places to visit. A truly excellent way to enjoy what lovely Cornwall has to offer.
St.Tinney Farm Promotional Video
Outdoor heated swimming pool
Games room with pool table, table football, table tennis, the use of which are all free of charge
Children's play areas, adventure play frame, sand pit & a dedicated games field, with 5 a side football goals, footballs, rounders, badminton and cricket sets to borrow free of charge
On site licensed bar, restaurant & take away
Free WIFI in the bar, games room, swimming pool and to all accommodation
34 acre private rural estate with nature trails to explore and for children to run free
5 well stocked coarse fishing lakes
Professional on site launderette with modern coin operated washing machines and driers
St Tinney Farm Otterham Camelford Cornwall PL32 9TA
These Park Rules are in place for the good management of St. Tinney Farm Holidays and the benefit of all who use it. These rules form part of the Licence Agreement that is the contract between us for your occupation of a pitch on the park. They should be read alongside your Licence Agreement. The Park Rules do not affect anything to which you are entitled under the terms of your Licence Agreement. The expression ‘you’/’your’ means the Lodge owner and/or occupier [and this includes anyone else using the Lodge]. The expression ‘we’/’us’/’our’ refers to the park owner and/or manager. Please make sure that anyone using the Lodge is aware of the Park Rules. The rules set out below are the Park Rules referred to in your Licence Agreement. You are reminded that breach of these rules is a breach of your Licence Agreement and could result in termination of the Licence Agreement.
▪ You should use the park safely and should not cause danger to others.
▪ You should obey all health and safety notices displayed on the park and act on the reasonable instructions of park staff in matters of health and safety.
▪ Children must be in the care of a responsible adult over 18 years of age at all times. No child under 16 must be left unattended on site, in a lodge or vehicle at any time.
▪ All those wishing to fish the lakes at the park, must abide by the fishing rules which are displayed at the lake side and are also available from the park reception.
▪ You are solely responsible for securing the Lodge.
▪ You may only use alarms of the silent, monitored type and not audible alarms.
Swimming pool safety
▪ You must follow the procedure for use of the swimming pool and all the separate rules applicable to the pool. The rules and procedure are displayed at the swimming pool and are also available at the park reception.
Permitted number of occupiers
▪ Your Lodge may not be used for sleeping a number of persons greater than the ‘maximum sleeping capacity’ stipulated in your Licence Agreement; if no number is stipulated then it may not be used for sleeping a number of persons greater than the number for which it was designed.
Visitors to the Lodge
▪ Only people lawfully staying with your permission have permission to enter the park.
▪ Your visitors must leave the park by 23:00.
▪ It is your responsibility to ensure that your visitors and all occupiers of your Lodge adhere to the Park Rules.
Ejection on grounds of behaviour
▪ In the event of persistent or serious misconduct by you, a member of your family, your occupiers, visitors or guests, we will follow any relevant notice procedures in the Licence Agreement. We do not have to follow any formal procedure to eject other visitors.
Condition of the Lodge
▪ You must not change the colour of the exterior of the Lodge, steps or decking, without our prior consent in writing.
Your Lodge pitch
▪ You are responsible for the cleanliness of the Lodge pitch.
▪ You are responsible for keeping the area around the Lodge clean and tidy.
When your Lodge is unoccupied
▪ It is your responsibility to drain down and prepare the Lodge for periods when the lodge will be unoccupied.
▪ You must ensure all gas, electricity and water connections are switched off.
▪ If your Lodge is going to be unoccupied for long periods, we recommend that curtains are drawn back and all items of
▪ You must switch off all gas, electricity and water connections when the Lodge is not occupied.
▪ If you experience any problem with the park’s electrical, gas or water system, you should contact us. You must not attempt to work on any part of the park’s electrical, gas or water system yourself; this includes any installations on the pitch.
▪ You must not introduce any foreign items into the drainage system including cleaning cloths, babies’ nappies, sanitary towels, condoms, cooking fat, engine oil, grease or paint.
▪ You must not erect any tent on the Lodge pitch.
Enclosure of pitches
▪ We do not permit the erection of fences or any means of enclosure of a Lodge pitch.
Trees, Flowers and shrubs
▪ You must not cut any trees or hedges at the park. If you find any tree or hedge a nuisance or unsatisfactory you should take the matter up with us; do not deal with it yourself.
▪ You must not plant any tree, shrub or flowers.
Digging & gardening
▪ You must not dig the ground or create any hole in the ground at the park.
▪ You may only use washing lines of the portable rotary type and must remove them and store them out of sight immediately after use.
▪ You must site washing lines to avoid inconvenience to other Lodge owners, park users and park operations.
▪ You must not deposit refuse outside your Lodge. You should use the refuse bins provided.
▪ Recycling points for glass, cans & paper are available on the park and you should use these facilities where appropriate.
▪ You are responsible for off-site disposal of all electrical items & furnishings (televisions, microwaves, fridges, sofas etc), details of local recycling sites can be obtained from the park reception.
Vehicles, driving and parking
▪ You must insure all vehicles you use on the park as for use on the public road.
▪ You must insure all accessories and items towed by vehicles (such as boats and jet skis) as for use on the public road. You must not keep disused or un-roadworthy vehicles anywhere on the park. We reserve the right to remove any vehicle which is apparently abandoned and any costs incurred will be chargeable to you.
▪ You must not charge an electric or hybrid vehicle at any time from any power points in your Lodge or on the park without express written permission from the park management.
▪ You must not carry out the following works or repairs on the park:
▪ major vehicle repairs such as dismantling of part(s) of the engine
▪ works which involve the removal of oil or other fuels.
▪ Motor vehicle repairs must not be carried out at the park but a recognised breakdown service may attend in the event of a breakdown.
▪ Quad bikes, trials bikes and powered scooters are not permitted on the park.
▪ You must not wash cars with a hosepipe.
▪ You must not leave vehicles, trailers, caravans, boats or other watercraft on the park when you are not staying at the park.
▪ We permit cars onto the park for the purposes of access to the Lodge only. Accordingly, save to the extent that you
may need to do so because of a disability, you must not drive cars round the park for other purposes such as visiting
other locations on the park. We may ask for reasonable evidence of any disability relevant to this rule.
▪ Driving on the park is restricted to the park roads.
▪ You must drive all vehicles on the park carefully and within the displayed speed limit.
▪ You must hold a full current driving licence to drive any vehicle on the park.
▪ You are not permitted to give anyone driving lessons at the park and we do not permit learner drivers to drive on
▪ You must not park anywhere except in the permitted parking spaces.
▪ You may park not more than TWO car(s) at the Lodge.
▪ You must not park on the grass or roadsides.
▪ You must not park motor homes or touring caravans outside your Lodge.
▪ Other than for delivering goods and services, you must not park or allow parking of commercial vehicles of any sort
on the park, including:
▪ Light commercial or light goods vehicles as described in the vehicle taxation legislation and
▪ Vehicles intended for domestic use but derived from or adapted from such a commercial vehicle.
▪ Any sign written vehicles.
Behaviour, visitors & guests
▪ You should respect the privacy of other Lodge owners and park users, keeping noise to a minimum between the hours of 22:00 and 09:00 with absolute quiet between 23:00 and 08:00.
▪ You must keep away from any vacant pitches.
▪ You must finish any outdoor barbecues or party by 21:30.
▪ You must finish any indoor party by 22:00.
▪ All visitors & guests must sign in at reception upon arrival or notify the park management in advance of their visit by telephone or email.
▪ You may only consume alcoholic drinks within the boundaries of your pitch or on the park’s licensed premises.
▪ You must not use fire hoses for any improper purpose such as washing cars or boats.
▪ You must not use a drone, powered model aircraft or any other powered flying object on the park.
▪ You may not ride bicycles, scooters, go karts, skateboards (or similar) so as to cause a nuisance or undue noise.
Entry to your lodge
▪ The park management reserve the right to enter accommodation giving reasonable notice, or in the case of emergency, a pass key must be left with the park reception.
Losses or injury
▪ The park management formally disclaim any liability for losses or injury sustained by guests or their property, except where negligence is legally provable on the part of St. Tinney Farm.
Use & availability of facilities
▪ While every effort is made to ensure the availability of facilities, the park management will not be liable for the non-availability due to circumstances beyond their control, or due to maintenance or breakdowns. Any breakdown of facilities, utilities or equipment cannot be held to be the responsibility of the park management, but every effort will be made to make repairs or correct any faults as soon as possible. Maintenance, refurbishment, and improvements to the facilities, and holiday park, are carried out throughout the year and the park management will seek to ensure that guests are not inconvenienced.
No smoking policy
▪ Smoking, vaping or the use of e-cigarettes is not allowed inside any of our communal areas such as the toilet & shower block, the St. Tinney Arms or swimming pool enclosure at any time.
Wireless internet access (WiFi)
▪ WiFi is provided at the park free of charge, on a best endeavour basis, for use at your own risk. The user is bound by UK law and the park accepts no responsibility for any loss or corruption of data or damage to equipment, your IP address will be logged and by using the service you agree to be bound by its Terms & Conditions. No technical support will offered. You may wish to arrange installation of your own independent internet connection to your lodge in agreement with the park management.
Pets & animals
▪ Dogs, cats and other pets are not permitted on the park or in your Lodge.
▪ Nothing in these Park Rules prevents you from bringing an assistance dog to the park if this is required to support
your disability and Assistance Dogs UK or any successor body has issued you with an Identification Book or other appropriate evidence.
▪ You may only play ball and other games within the areas set aside for recreation.
▪ You may not fly kites on the park.
▪ You may not use drones, powered model aircraft, any other powered flying objects, radio controlled cars or boats on the park.
▪ You may not use skateboards, roller skates, rollerblades, micro scooters, Segways or similar transport at the park.
▪ You may not use the park address for postal deliveries.
▪ You must ensure that your Lodge complies with the current fire, smoke & carbon monoxide alarm regulations.
▪ You may not use fire hoses or extinguishers for any improper purpose such as washing cars or boats etc.
▪ You must ensure that all occupants of your Lodge are familiar with the location of the Fire Points and the contents of the Fire Notices displayed at each point.
▪ You must not use any Chinese lanterns, fireworks, petrol or chemical fuelled batons, naked flame torches, fire pits or similar.
▪ You must not store fuels or combustible materials on the park.
▪ Barbeques are permitted but must be operated by a responsible adult and be raised off the ground so that they do not burn the grass, outdoor furniture or decking.
▪ If you have a complaint or are unhappy about anything, please let the park know immediately by informing reception, and we will do our best to resolve any issue.
▪ No generators of any kind are permitted to be used on-site at any time.
The Guidance below does not contain any new licence conditions or Park Rules. We use it to highlight some practical points about spending time on our park and to remind you of some of the important conditions and rules in a less formal way.
▪ Clause 4.5 of the Licence Agreement requires you to insure the Lodge and its contents. Please remember that
you must keep this insurance in place during the closed season as well.
▪ Clause 4.7 of the Licence Agreement requires you to comply with the Site Licence. A copy of the current Site
Licence is always available in the park reception.
Please note that the Site Licence may be updated from time to time.
▪ Clause 4.8 of the Licence Agreement says that you need our permission for any building works. Please note the
▪ if you wish to add any external structure to the Lodge, we ask that you send us plans of what is proposed. If we give our permission, it will remain your responsibility to ensure that the work would not breach any term of the Site Licence and that your lodge will still be a mobile home in the eyes of the law and in particular be physically capable of being moved by road from one place to another (whether by being towed, or by being transported on a motor vehicle or trailer). Planning permission may be needed and we may attach reasonable conditions such as requiring an inspection at intervals during the course of construction. We will not withhold consent unreasonably.
▪ satellite dishes count as TV aerials and are a potential nuisance to your neighbours. They require our prior written permission. If we grant permission we will expect installation on your Lodge rather than on the ground.
▪ Clause 4.9 of the Licence Agreement requires you to give us written notice of any work to be carried out by external contractors.
▪ Clause 5 of the Licence Agreement sets out our Behaviour Standards and they are important. You are responsible for your behaviour and that of your family, visitors and contractors whilst on the park.