West Kellow Yurts
In this busy world, silence is hard to come by; so you’ll want to make the most of it at West Kellow Yurts. Perched on a hillside overlooking the stunning Cornish coastline between Polperro and Lansallos, West Kellow Yurts is a unique holiday experience that is just waiting to be discovered. Situated on a working organic farm, this peaceful retreat is a place to come and forget about all the trappings of modern life and just relax, unwind and enjoy nature with the home comforts of a good bed, a log burner a hammock and a hot shower.
We are an eco friendly yurt campsite situated on a working organic farm in the beautiful and historic fishing village of Polperro in Cornwall. We want to offer our guests the chance to get back to nature, we do not have a clubhouse or restaurant, but we can offer you a five acre field with lovely sea and countryside views, a short walk from Polperro.
Whilst at the farm, amongst other activities, you can cook on an open fire, forage in the hedgerows or just relax in the peaceful field and enjoy the sounds of nature. We can’t guarantee you the beautiful weather, but West Kellow Yurts has a host of activities on its doorstep for you to visit come rain or shine.
At West Kellow Yurts there is the choice to stay in one of two handcrafted yurts or in an emperor bell tent, with the option to hire an additional bell tent if you need extra space. If you’re looking for a place to get together with a large group of friends or family, you can even hire the entire site. Everything is ready when you arrive, including a welcome hamper of local produce, so the minute you put your bag down you can start to relax. Each yurt has its own picnic bench and seating area and just a short distance from your accommodation you will find an amenities block with a well equipped kitchen area as well as shower and toilet facilities.
A short walk of just under a mile brings you into the heart of the picturesque fishing village of Polperro with its narrow, winding streets and alleyways with cottages perched on steep slopes overlooking the harbour. Here you can sample the many restaurants and pubs, which often host live music and performances during the summer months.
Cornwall is a popular tourist destination so you won’t have to travel far to take advantage of a plethora of attractions. Nearby places of interest include the Eden project, the Lost gardens of Heligan and Adrenalin Quarry. The larger harbour towns of Looe and Fowey are also just a short drive away and both well worth a visit. You also won’t be short of beaches to visit, whether you’re looking for a secluded cove or a popular tourist beach. Cornish beaches are beautiful whatever the weather and you can always enjoy stunning walks and views along the South West Coastal Path.