Arriving at Trewethett farm on Friday 21st April after following the approach via Boscastle recommend by the Camping and Caravan club. We parked up outside the barrier and signed in at the reception. There are no reserved pitches at Trewethett however there are several dead ends on the tiered pitches which makes turning your caravan around tricky, so sensibly you are sent off with a marker and site map to select your preferred pitch prior to entering the site.
This enables you to have a good look round and select from a suitable vacant pitch, all we can say is the view is simply breathtaking! Stunning views across the bay to the sister’s rock must rate this as one of the best touring site views in the UK.
Considering we visited the site in the third week of April between the bank holidays the weather was fantastic, warm with clear blue skies, sea like glass and blessed with superb sunsets. The sunshine was tempered however with a cold wind, great walking weather but best out of the wind if you like to sit in the sun.
Trewethett Farm is a great site with immaculate toilets, showers, and laundry facilities. Sunday is fish and chip night which is popular, a mobile van visits the site and well worth the wait. Most of the Caravan pitches were hardstanding with a few grass pitches available.
The Camping filed is large and has plenty of space although slightly sloping. Access route to the site is not to difficult apart from the road just prior to the junction at Boscastle On the way home you are faced with a steep uphill right-hand bend with cars parked on the left-hand side making it difficult to see traffic coming the other way. It took three hill starts to finally get through this short stretch due to traffic coming the other way. The smell of cooking clutch is never a good sign! So All in all a great holiday and a fantastic destination that is hard to beat, friendly staff that could not do more and spotless facilities what more would you want. We will definitely be back to this site.
Now looking forward to our next trip to the New Forest in Hampshire in June.