Little Penstraze Holidays in
Chacewater near Truro, Cornwall
Little Penstraze Certified Location with CAMHC, and AirBnb static caravan is central to both the
south and north coasts with their array of beautiful beaches and dramatic coastlines
John and Sally welcome you to their Holiday Site at Little Penstraze near the cathedral city of Truro, with its quaint streets and independent shops.
You will be joining John and Sally on their small holding, currently they have 10 calves, one dog and two visiting cats!
The site is very central to both the south and north coasts with their array of beautiful beaches and dramatic coastlines.
There is a cycle trail about 4 miles away, The Bissoe Trail, and also lots of footpaths.
We know that you will enjoy the beautiful site and have a wonderful holiday exploring Cornwall.
Some reviews from our static caravan, which is also available for holidays.
- Had a wonderful stay, was an excellent location for exploring all of Cornwall.
- Great place, great setting, lovely hosts, lovely stay.
- The location was great. Didn’t take us long to get to the beaches north or south from there, easy to get into Truro and we drove to Land’s End and didn’t think it was too far. It’s very close to an A road, so easy to get to as well.
- Lovely accommodation on a farm with picturesque surrounding fields.
- Great location for exploring Cornwall.
- Absolutely perfect for those wanting to explore Cornwall.
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Enjoy Chacewater and the surrounding area with all its charm
remarkably near to our campsite
With easy access to the A30 Little Penstraze is ideally situated for touring and exploring Cornwall.
These are a few places that we recommend a visit too.
The City of Truro
From history to shopping, for business and pleasure, it’s all here. One day won’t be enough for you to discover all that Truro has to offer. You’ll find the magnificent cathedral, an eclectic shopping experience and vibrant cafe culture. There’s something for all the family in Truro – great open spaces, the Royal Cornwall Museum and one of the country’s leading theatres. You can even take a brewery tour and sample some legendary Cornish ales.
Trelissick Gardens (National Trust)
Trelissick is set on its own peninsula, with panoramic views over the Fal estuary. You can explore the meandering paths through the garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour. For those bringing four-legged friends, Trelissick offers woodland walks through dappled sunlight and across open parkland with views down the estuary to the town of Falmouth. The house has a friendly and inviting atmosphere with a rolling programme of exhibitions that reveal stories from its diverse history.
Chapel Porth Beach
A vast low tide beach and a sea of glowing heather make it hard to believe this area was once an industrial landscape. The enigmatic buildings perched on the cliffs provide a reminder of St Agnes’ tin and copper mining past. Go for a stroll around the network of paths at Wheal Charlotte, Wheal Coates or Trevellas to discover more of this World Heritage Site. St Agnes Beacon and the surrounding cliff tops are one of the last remnants of a huge tract of heathland which once spread across Cornwall.
Dog FriendlyCampsite Only
Electric Hook Up
16 Electric Amperage