Cabins offer the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. With all the comforts of home and surrounded by nature – cabins let you get a little rustic, without giving up the cheeky luxuries. Drape yourself over sun loungers, dip into outdoor baths, watch morning light twinkle in the outdoor shower’s stream. With its stunning coastline and picturesque villages, cabins in Cornwall offer visitors the chance to relax in style, while also exploring all that this beautiful region has to offer. There’s plenty to keep you entertained, including hiking, biking, fishing – and all the water sports you can handle. And if you're looking for something more relaxing, you can always just enjoy the views from your cabin.
There’s a je nais se quois to the kind of cabins we have at C&S, that makes them very hard to describe. We don’t just look for four walls and a roof. Sure, a firepit’s nice, and we wouldn’t say no to an outdoor bath – but there has to be something different, special, something you can’t find anywhere else. That’s why we inspect every space we have in the collection, so you know exactly what you’re getting. Can we describe special? No, probably not, but will you know when you get there? Yes, you definitely will.
With its well-known coastline, foodie spots and abundance of wildlife, glamping in Cornwall is understandably popular, but there are still hidden coves, secret beaches and innovative, creative start-up businesses to be found and enjoyed on a few days away.
There's something special about Cornwall's coastline that keeps visitors coming back year after year. And what better way to explore it than from the comfort of your own private cabin? We've rounded up some of our favourite cabins in Cornwall, all within easy reach of the coast.
Why book a cabin in Cornwall Travel, even with all its luxuries and creature comforts, should have at the very least, a touch of adventure. A little mystery, a little surprise, and a little learning curve. Try something new, take to the azure waters of Cornwall – try your hand at surfing, go find wildlife you’ve never seen. Spend midsummers day walking the torch and bonfire lit streets of towns celebrating Golowan or take to the sea for a Christmas day swim with the rest of the Cornish. And if it all gets a little too unfamiliar, tuck into a pasty – the real deal.
Who we are Hold on – who are you guys? Are you a faceless profit-sucking corp out to part me with my cash for a soulless stay in an identikit lodging? Nope – we’re a small, independent travel company, specialising in unique places to stay in nature. We look for owners with the weird and the wonderful spaces you can’t find anywhere else. People who share our beliefs, with focuses on sustainability, rewilding, people and place focused values and most of all, a space that they’ve put their love into.
Why choose glamping The UK is more varied than you could possibly imagine. It’s not just rolling hills, quaint villages, and sprawling cityscapes. There’s mountains, valleys, bays, and coves. In the north we see the same epic expanses as you would in Nordic countries, in Wales we see jagged mountains reach to the sky like El Toro in Menorca, and in the south, vineyards pour out of estate grounds with the same chalky soils that run under the Champagne region in France. We have a wealth of natural spaces, and the best way to see them, is to be glamping in them – not staying on them.
But why book with you? There are a few things that set us apart from our peers in the glamping world – and one of the best is our Guest Experience Team. When considering customer satisfaction, look at NPS scores. A score above 0 is good, above 20 favourable, above 50 excellent, and above 80 is world class. Our NPS score hasn’t fallen below 80 for 3 years. So if you’re unsure of where to book - ask us about your next stay.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.