Boleigh Farm campsite is on the coast road at the head of the idyllic Lamorna Valley, between Penzance and Lands End, in remote West Cornwall. Close to the glorious beaches at Sennen and Porthcurno and many smaller coves, Boleigh is a working farm run on old-fashioned anti-intensive principles. Brothers Deryck and David Eddy care for their herd of about 75 plus British Fresians. After three generations as dairy farmers, the Eddy family moved over to beef cattle at the end of 2017. Mrs.. Chomechai Eddy opened her delicious Thai takeaway in 2019.

The large mown camping field is set back from the road, surrounded by thick Cornish hedges with a wash block next to the farmhouse.The cows graze the fields beyond, where there are spectacular standing stones, The Pipers and the Marry Maidens. At night you hear nothing but a hunting owl and see nothing but moonlight and the bright Milky Way.
Tents, caravans, campervans and hookups, prices from £10/15 a night for a 1/2 man tent. 

No need to book, just drive on and speak to Deryck or David.