Berryfields Farm

A small holiday park above Porthcothan beach. On site shop selling pasties, ice-cream, cream teas and a 9 hole mini-golf course. Porthcothan is a beautiful sandy beach on the North Coast. Constantine Beach is a short drive away and the National Trust cliffs and beach of Carnewas (Bedruthan Steps) is well worth a visit. Nearest shops and eating out at St. Merryn.3 Reviews

Contact Details

Address:The Market Garden, Porthcothan, Cornwall, England
Postcode:PL28 8PW
Telephone:01841 520178
Site Owner:Mr & Mrs Bellisan

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Directions

Take to B3276 from St. Merryn and the campsite entrance is off the minor road, last on the right before Porthcothan and signposted for Treyarnon.

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Reviews

Berryfields Farm 4.7 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 3 user reviews.

Pitcher Family 5 Star Rating  21st August 2013

Have just had two amazing weeks at Berryfields. The campsite is clean and well maintained. The owner made sure that everything was ok for us at all times.
This site is in an excellent position, with the beach and pub just a few minutes walk away.
The cream teas at Berryfields are the best and no matter how hard I try ........ I just can't make scones like them!!
Will definitely be coming back next year!
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Marge 5 Star Rating  22nd May 2013

Just to say thanks for a great 10 days. Sally is missing Billy, see you again on 16th June
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Tracy 4 Star Rating  17th August 2011

Good level quiet and friendly site.
Simple toilet block, 2 payable showers and a washing up area. Walking distance to Porthcothan beach, but on a road with no footpath, so care needed. Sandpit for the children to play in small shop selling local fudge etc. and a cafe onsite selling cream teas. We have just returned (early Aug) and they found room for us for a weekend, I would imagine out of main holiday season there would be hardly anyone there.
What I would say though is that the site is just off the main coastal road from Newquay to Padstow and it can be a bit hairy at times when the road narrows. Generally it is fine, but there are a few places, particulary by Mawgan Porth (one horrendous bend there if you have a big outfit) or just up the road from this site towards Padstow, that if you are towing a van, and meet another coming the other way it could be tricky. But certainly not the worst road I have seen people towing a caravan down.
I would visit again. No you don't get a sweeping sea view, but it was a sheltered quiet family place to stay. We don't do rowdy.
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