Dennis Cove Campsite is perfectly placed to discover all that Cornwall has to offer. Pretty harbour towns, captivating moorlands, magical gardens, ancient castles, mining heritage and beach life.
The local town of Padstow offers a range of amenities – cafes, restaurants, pubs, convenience store, fishmongers, delicatessen, bakeries, fishing trips, cycle hire and more.
Within a short drive of the campsite, you’ll find some of the best surfing beaches in the UK. A stones throw away is The Camel Estuary that offers up kayaking, paddle-boarding, sailing and much more.
Less than a mile from the irresistible South West Coast Path and the historic Saints Way and located on the Camel Trail/National Cycle Route 32, there are enough picturesque walking and cycling routes to keep you going all week.
From well known celebrity chef’s eateries tucked away in the back streets, decent home cooked pub grub, Padstow’s restaurants, pubs and cafés cater for everyone.
Stayed for 2 nights in the top field which had spectacular views of the estuary – just beautiful. Well kept site, with spacious pitches (on the top field anyway).
Good facilities, impressive recycling effort and only a really short walk to Padstow which makes it the perfect base.
Excellent location and facilities! I am not a natural camper but this place makes camping enjoyable!!! Definitely book it if you are reading this with any doubts in mind! We will be back! Thank you for an enjoyable stay 🙂
Campsite has amazing facilities with lovely hot showers. Location is ideal, with stunning views over the estuary and only a 10 min walk into Padstow. Owners are super friendly and helpful. Added bonus that they’re dog friendly too! Would return in heartbeat.