Boscastle Harbour.
Only minutes away.

Valency River in Boscastle        Old Mill in Boscastle


Lanhydrock House.
About a 30 min drive away, well worth a visit.

Lanhydrock House near Bodmin


The Eden Project.
A must to see and only 45 minutes away.
The Eden Biomes at St Blazey near St Austell      Inside The Eden Biomes at St Blazey near St Austell

The surrounding area is rich with folklore. The North Cornish Coast provides some of the most spectacular scenery that you will encounter in the whole of Cornwall.

The camping site is situated close to the highest cliffs in Cornwall and within ten minutes you can reach the Coastal Path and walk for miles in either direction.

Most people head towards Boscastle and Tintagel but either route has fantastic views and if you are lucky you might spot the Seals that frequent the coast but for certain you will see all sorts of wildlife especially our wonderful Sea Birds.

The coast path is a short walk from Lower Pennycrocker.

Flora at its best and anytime of the year it can be appreciated and it is always changing so that you will want to visit more than once.

We are also close to the Bodmin/Wadebridge cycle path which will take you all the way down to the beautiful port of Padstow famous for Rick Steins restaurant.

The lovely fishing ports of Boscastle and Port Isaac are close by with fantastic restaurants and Pubs.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about the campsite.

If you are looking for a Camping & Caravan site in North Cornwall's quiet and scenic countryside, then Lower Pennycrocker is for you. Situated on a Farm that is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with the most breathtaking views, Lower Pennycrocker offers all you need.

For further information or to make a reservation contact Colin & Karyn

via telephone: +44 07967 605392 or via e-mail:

Lower Pennycrocker Farm, Boscastle, North Cornwall PL35 OBY


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