Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Cornish Camping at Keveral Farm

At the risk of sounding smug we have just spent a blissful week camping in Cornwall U.K. We stayed at Keveral Farm Campsite. It literally is off the beaten track, on a 40 acre farm of mostly fruit trees and veggies. It's so quiet and mellow, a reflection of the lovely enigmatic host Oak who looked after us and runs the camping and firewood side of things.

Not many campsites allow fires but here we had this one to toast our marshmallows.
And at this time of year there were pink campions, buttercups and wild garlic.
 The walk down the ancient path to the beach was stunning, I even found time to fiddle in my sketch book.
 This beautiful beach is part of the National Trust at Lansellos, and I couldn't resist a pic of the fishing village, Polperro.

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