Indulgence at its very best with spectacular views across 45 miles of Jurassic coastline
Your relaxing, rural retreat in the heart of 33 acres of Cornish countryside
Focus on Fun, Friends and Family, on the beautiful South Cornwall coast
While the town of Camelford is only a short drive away, you’d be forgiven for thinking that you were a million miles from anywhere; Juliots Well is bordered by expansive, Cornish countryside and coast that seems to go on forever.
However, for night owls, we’ve also taken care with the park’s lighting. While the park is lit at night, we use low-level lighting which gives you clear and spectacular views of the night sky without any of the light pollution you’ll find in towns and cities.
Cornwall has more coastline than any other county in England and wherever you go the sea is never far away.
The awesome granite cliffs of the Atlantic coast tower above Cornwall’s magnificent stretches of golden beaches, this provides a vivid contrast to the many secluded bays, coves and quaint fishing harbours of the more sheltered south.
Cornwall is an intriguing place to explore, with access to a range of interests and attractions. Days out are hassle-free, with a variety of attractions in the area, such as Tintagel Castle, the fashionable fishing town of Padstow and the world-famous Eden Project.
Cornwall is a mystical Kingdom unspoilt and unsurpassed with such diverse beauty to delight in so many different ways. Under the warming influence of the Gulf Stream, Cornwall enjoys a mild year-round climate and is truly a land for all seasons. With glorious walks, views and attractions, Cornwall is perfect for families and romantic escapes.
Walk along Cornwall’s golden beaches, coastal paths with spectacular cliff scenery or wild moorland. Stroll around sleepy hamlets and quaint harbours, visit historic inns and mingle with the locals or just relax at your holiday venue.