Sunrise on Bodmin Moor. Brown Willy, in the background, is the highest point in Cornwall. Bodmin Moor is an ever-changing yet everlasting landscape of wild open spaces, ancient woodland and prehistoric landmarks. Allow just over half hour to reach Bodmin Moor from your hot tub lodge/cabin.
View of Bodmin More at sunrise
Could there be a more ruggedly beautiful beach than here at Kynance Cove on the Lizard Peninsular? Famous for its white sands, bright blue sea, and rock stacks, we think you’ll love everything about this National Trust tidal beach.
View of Kynance Cove in Cornwall
An evocative sculpture that may or may not represent King Arthur, at Tintagel Castle, the atmospheric ruin on the north Cornish coast. From your cabin doorstep, Tintagel Castle and all its history, myths, and scenery are about an hour’s drive from your cosy cabin at Deerpark. You can cross the bridge to Tintagel Island for the first time in 500 years!
View of King Arthur in Tintagel, Cornwall
Tin Mine in Cornwall
Cornwall’s temperate climate means that the county is blessed with some beautiful gardens. Here, a giant lies sleeping in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Truro. Simply head down the A390 for just under an hour and uncover 200 acres of garden history, mystery, and romance.
Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Truro in Cornwall
You almost expect to see fairies here at St. Nectan’s Glen, near Tintagel on the north Cornwall coast. The river Trevillet has carved its way through Late Devonian slate and created a magnificent 60 foot waterfall. The water now cascades into a beautiful valley. A place of such beauty, you’ll find pure moments of joy at St. Nectan’s Glen with its walks and waterfalls. There’s even free wellie hire!
St. Nectan’s Glen, near Tintagel in Cornwall
Polperro, near to Deerpark in the south-east of Cornwall, is everything you imagine a Cornish harbour village to be. You’ll think you’ve stepped back in time as you unearth an enchanting jumble of cottages and an exceptionally pretty Harbour. The streets are so narrow they are banned for cars, so enjoy this quaint village on foot. The best bit is that it’s just 20 minutes in the car from Deerpark.
View of Polperro, near Deerpark in Cornwall
Stand on the shore at Marazion, in south-west Cornwall, for this spectacular view of St. Michael’s Mount, place of magic and myths. Soak up the atmosphere of this long sandy beach and enjoy simply watching the windsurfers, kite surfers, and sailors – or have a go yourself! If that sounds too energetic then just wander along the sand dunes and find yourself a private suntrap. Just an hour or so from your cabin in the wooded valley of Deerpark.
View of St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall
The sun sets over Cape Cornwall, near to Land’s End, where Cornwall gives way to the mighty Atlantic Ocean. A National Trust location, Cape Cornwall is where the Atlantic currents divide. There’s plenty of walks to enjoy and some spectacular views of the Atlantic along the way. From your cabin, you’ll find Cape Cornwall is about an hour and a half’s drive.
Sun set at Cape Cornwall, near Land’s End
Ready to come and enjoy the beautiful places in Cornwall? Book your cosy cabin, hidden deep in a wooded valley at Deerpark. Unwind with your loved ones in natural surroundings and uncover beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, and wild walking trails. Then return to your cosy woodland cabin, sink into your outdoor hot tub, and experience the tranquillity of the forest.
Offering peaceful millpond views, winding forest trails, and a hidden valley to explore all minutes away from bustling seaside towns, untamed moorland, and the spectacular Cornish coast. Plan your pet-friendly forest staycation at Deerpark and look forward to getting back to nature. What are some of your favourite views in Cornwall?
Cabins at Deerpark in Cornwall