Escape the summer crowds at an exclusive glamping beach in Cornwall. Lusty Glaze Beach is inviting visitors to stay in luxury pods at its private sandy cove on the north coast of Cornwall.
This exclusive glamping experience offers guests the opportunity to camp on the sand at one of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches. As the beach is closed to the public, couples can expect space and solitude in their own luxury yurt pitched just yards from the water's edge. Glampers even have their own private showers and toilets, which have been beautifully crafted in the cove's colourful beach huts. With its own restaurant and bar, and direct access to the sea for swimming and surfing, guests can enjoy blissful isolation for the duration of their stay.
There's the option to order food cooked by the venue's executive chef and combine a stay with a range of activities including surf lessons, jet ski rides and yoga sessions. Limited to a maximum of 30 people, the glamping package offers the chance to social distance in beautiful surroundings and escape the summer crowds that gather on other Cornish beaches.
Beach owner Tracey Griffiths tells us, "this really is the place to get away from it all. We have created this package to share our beach with visitors who need an extra special treat after months in lockdown."
Lusty Glaze Beach regularly tops the polls as one of Britain's most beautiful beaches and is well-known for its striking location and spectacular sunsets. It's close to the popular holiday town of Newquay, but is a world away in terms of atmosphere and experience. Tracey Griffiths adds, "Lusty Glaze is unique in that it's a privately-owned cove. That means that when you're here, you know it's only going to be yourself, your loved ones and a handful of other people at the beach – and that's an extremely rare thing to be able to experience in this day and age."
Glamping at Lusty Glaze Beach is available this summer for three-night breaks. More information is available at https://www.lustyglaze.co.uk/accommodation/
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