Top site for fishing
Top site for photography
Top site for beaches
Top site for cycling
You'll find lovely, tree-framed views on this relaxing campsite on the Roseland Peninsula in south Cornwall.
Beautiful beaches, stunning cliffs, pretty villages and quaint hamlets all make up Cornwall’s unspoilt Roseland Peninsula. It’s here you’ll find our charming Veryan Club campsite just off the Roseland Heritage Coast. The South West Coast Path is a mile and a half from site and the great beaches of Veryan - Carne Beach, Pendower Beach with East and West Portholland Beaches just a little further.
Our campsite is blessed with some stunning views across the peninsula’s rolling countryside. Its secluded location makes the site ideal for those wanting a relaxing break. A small lake, a field for children’s ball games, plus a TV and games room are in addition to the toilet/shower and laundry facilities found on site.
The mild climate in and around the Roseland Peninsula means plants flourish here. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project, and the National Trust’s wonderful Trelissick Garden are testament to this.
Head to St Mawes, south of the campsite. From this pretty fishing village, catch the ferry to the seaside town of Falmouth. As well as great beaches, Flamouth offers the National Maritime Museum of Cornwal and Pendennis Castle
Holiday Lodge available for let.Fishing on site, permits are available. Current Environment Agency rod licence is required before fishing can commence. Some pitches are sloping – chocks required.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
Truro hosts an excellent farmers’ market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Kingsley Village at Fraddon sells Cornish meats, fish, wines, vegetables, breads and pastries. It also has a restaurant.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Members' and non-members' caravans welcome
Members' and non-members' trailer tents welcome
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Electric shaver sockets
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Television room (not for hire)
Club Site Wi-fi
Battery charging facilities
Members' and non-members' motorhomes welcome
Members' and non-members' tents welcome
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Dedicated accessible facilities
Chemical toilet disposal point
Childrens play area
Fishing (licence may be required)
Designated dog walk
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
We arrived weary and hungry after a very long drive down from Yorkshire. We had previously dropped our daughter off at her new flat at Falmouth University Penryn Campus. We had booked in for 7pm but due to events during the day and getting a little lost, we didn't drive through the gates until almost 8.
Our welcome was......well less than enthusiastic shall we say! We appeared to be an irritant to the staff member who greeted us despite our apologies for the late arrival. We were slightly taken aback by his matter of fact, rather frosty unsmiling demeanour but were too tired to worry about it and parked up had a glass of wine and went to bed.
Important first impressions not too good.
Our 5 night stay was very pleasant and we had a fabulous time exploring the wonderful Roseland peninsula.
The facilities were adequate but my wife was not keen on cobwebs and spiders in the toilet block.
On the day of our departure we needed to leave early(ish) because of the long drive home. Tea and a bacon and egg sandwich sounded the job! Oops no milk! This was 8am and reception was not open. There was no notice indicating an opening time. 8.30 still not open. 9am hooray signs of life! My wife was by this time gasping for a cuppa (luckily I like a coffee). She walked across to reception only to be told "no milk we are waiting for a delivery today" Once again very matter of fact and no apology. I considered walking half a mile to the local Londis (something perhaps one of the site wardens might have done?)
but my wife had a delicious cup of water and we packed away and set off home hoping for a cafe within a few miles.
So.......overall a little bemused at the lack of enthusiasm we seemed to have encountered. End of season blues? Who knows. We both decided that this would be a site that we would not use again.
Love the C&C club but underwhelmed on this occasion.
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Peaceful break
Although the weather was variable with rain showers and high winds we did get sunny spells and were able to visit many local attractions.
the site was well looked after with good facilities and helpful staff.
It is the first time we have been to the site, and we would not hesitate to visit again, if in the area.
Enjoyed coast walk around St Anthony Head and also getting down to remote beaches Porthbeor and Elwinick Cove.
Lots to see in Falmouth, including Red Arrows during 'Falmouth Week' 9th-16th August 2014.
Visited Lost Gardens of Helligon and the Eden Project and had great days in both places. Worth while booking a table for an evening meal in the Mediterranean Dome.
- Towing: Moderate
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Groups,Active break
This is the 3rd year we have been to this site, and as always we received a very warm welcome from the managers, who remembered where we like to pitch and let us get on with setting up.
The site is a good central base for the lovely beaches near by, or for about 40 minutes - 1 hour to travel to the north coast for better body boarding!!!
The facilities are always very clean, even when it's wet under foot.
There a simple games room with pool table and table tennis and a TV room for the kids, and a lovely field to walk the dogs.
Although new doors have been put on the facilities block, we feel that some of the hard standing pitches over the back could do with some attention. They have big stones in which are uncomfortable to walk across under the awning ground sheet, and they are full of weeds/grass. It's only a small point, but the cost of hard stand has increased but no improvements have been made in the 3 years we've been.
Overall it is a lovely site and we will most likely be returning again next year :)
- Towing: Moderate
- Location: Country,Coastal,Secluded
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
The welcome from Dave and Linda was, as has been for the past 3 years, welcoming and caring. They are aware of our long journey of 450+ miles to get to Cornwall and as always gave us a welcome we needed. They assisted in the discussions about how and where to set up our tent, cooking tent, dogs and pup tent, ensuring that rules were adhered to as well as our comfort.
Throughout our stay the site was well maintained (despite them being very short staffed), the facilities were clean and improvements had been made on the previous years facilities. (New doors etc.)
Each year more and more families join us on our exodus to Cornwall from the North East... they are always made to feel as welcome as we are.
We use this site each year and have always been impressed with the attitude of the staff. Look forward to our return next year.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Nearest bus stop: 0.25 mile from site entrance
Nearest train station: Truro – 12 miles
Self Catering at Veryan
from £65.00a night
Open 1 April - 3 November 2014
Tretheake House is a superb spacious holiday property that is perfect for family reunions in a popular location. Sleeping ten, the property boasts five bedrooms - one double, two twins, one single and a family room with a double and single bed. Home from home facilities include two family bathrooms and a seperate toilet, a fully equipped kitchen and utillity room including dishwasher, washing machine and freezer.
Call 0845 130 7633 / 01872 501658 to book
“The site staff at Veryan could not have done more to make our stay an enjoyable one. The site is well maintained and kept tidy.
Near to many local attractions, and also secluded walks and beaches, the site position means that most places of interest are within an hours journey in the car.
We would recommend this site without hesitation.”
- Family B
- £137.00Per Night- High Season per Tretheake House
- £95.00Per Night- Mid Season per Tretheake House
- £65.00Per Night- Low Season per Tretheake House
- £959.00Per Week- High Season per Tretheake House
- £665.00Per Week- Mid Season per Tretheake House
- £455.00Per Week- Low Season per Tretheake House
This spacious holiday house is perfect for family reunions in a popular location.
Booking please note
The tariff quoted is based on members rates (NOT including ACR Discounts), per property, and includes VAT and all utility costs.
Holidays for complete weeks commence on a Saturday and short breaks can commence any day subject to availability.
Short break holidays are for three nights and are available from four weeks prior to arrival, subject to availability.
A deposit of £100 per week per property is required at the time of booking to confirm a reservation. The balance is due four weeks prior to the start of your holiday. For a short break the full payment is required at the time of booking to confirm the reservation.
Further Information For Veryan