GET away from all the crowds this summer – by renting your own yurt on a private beach in Cornwall.
Located on the Lusty Glaze beach are 12 bell tents, just a 10-minute walk from Newquay.
You can spend the weekend on a private beach in Cornwall this summer – with luxury glamping tents and a concierge
The tents are a 133-step stairway away, making them secluded from the rest of the world.
The bell tents were previously reserved for wedding guests who use the beach for ceremonies.
However, they have since been transformed into the luxury glamping resort, right on top of the sand for staycations this summer.
Inside is a double bed and private bathroom hut, along with outdoor areas equipped with beach blankets, hammocks and BBQs.
As well as the tents on the beach, there is a bar and restaurant, with guests welcomed with a glass of fizz.
Each tent can fit two people, with private bathrooms
The private beach can only be accessed by 133 steps down
With just 12 beach huts, you won’t share the sand with more than 24 guests
Yoga, surfing and coastal walks can be enjoyed as a guest
Experiences including yoga and surfing can be booked through the on-site concierge, who will even pack a picnic hamper to take along for coastal walk.
Guests can choose to have all meals and activities included as an all-inclusive package, or just go for the glamping package only.
They are open between July and September so you only have a small window to enjoy the private beach experience.
Bell tent prices start from £135pp per night with two people per tent, on a non-all-inclusive basis.
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Tents must be booked for a minimum of three nights.
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