2018 and we are in the forth year of welcoming visitors to our Shepherd’s Hut where we’ve endeavoured to provide as many modern comforts as possible while keeping in touch with the rustic charm of glamping in glorious Cornish countryside. We hope to see some old friends returning and look forward to greeting newcomers to our little Cornish meadow.
For the duration of your stay our guests enjoy Frizparc hut and the field to themselves.
Early birds can breakfast on the veranda and watch the sun come up over distant Dartmoor hills while evenings are spent around the firepit cooking supper and watching the stars!
We love dogs and the Frizparc Hut can accommodate one well behaved dog free of charge. read more
Just 20 minutes from the stunning North Cornish coast and not many more to the granite tors and leafy valleys of Bodmin Moor. A perfect place from which to explore the beautiful Tamar Valley and discover some of Cornwall and Devon’s lesser known rural gems.
A favourite with many of of our guests is Tintagel Castle a place inextricably linked with the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Not far from Tintagel there is the spectacular St. Nectans Glen Amazing waterfalls and beautiful woodland walks.
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- Sole Occupancy of wildlife meadow.
- Frizparc Shepherds Hut sleeps two.
- Can also accomodate tent for two more guests in the same party.
- Dog friendly,
one well behaved dog stays for free!
- Minimum stay 2 nights – comfy fixed double bed.
- Safe off road parking
- Owners meet guests on arrival
- Amazing big sky views, magical sunrises and peaceful evenings.
For ideas on what to see and where to go visit our helpful page here on Around and About Frizparc
Frizparc is seven miles from the ancient town of Launceston known as the Gateway to Cornwall, easily accessed from the A30 and just across the border from Devon. A beautiful, historic market town, surrounded by rolling countryside, Launceston is the perfect place to stay and explore all of Cornwall as well as north and west Devon. Read more – visit Launceston web page
Roadford & Tamar Lakes
With over 730 acres of water, Roadford Lake has a genuine offer of something for everyone. It’s a place where you can walk, fish, sail and cycle, or simply just relax with a good cream tea! Visit the Roadford lake web site
While just towards the north coast and nestled on the Cornwall and Devon border, you will find Upper and Lower Tamar Lakes which are steeped in industrial history and bursting with wildlife. The Lakes offers a great day out for families, bird watchers and fishermen alike.
In fact, the boundary between the two counties runs right up the middle of Upper Tamar Lake. There’s masses of facilities onsite – enjoy great food from The Frog Hopper Café, let your kids run loose in our brand new play area, try an activity on the water or bring your rod and see if you can catch Cornwall’s record breaking carp ‘Biggles’. Visit Tamar Lakes to find out more.
Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor
Frizparc lies between these two beautiful areas of moorland. Dartmoor National Park’s landscape is as dramatic as its weather. From its striking granite tors to steep wooded river valleys and from swathes of heather covered moorland to tucked away villages and hamlets. While to the west and first farmed over 4000 years ago by bronze age settlers Bodmin Moor is of one the last great unspoilt areas in the South West and much of its prehistoric and medieval past remains untouched by the passing of the centuries
Dog friendly beaches
Black Rock, near Widmouth Bay is the nearest sandy beach that welcomes dogs all year round. Acres of splishy-splashy, ball throwing, sand digging heaven for your four legged friend. There are good bistro eateries and pubs here and just along the coast road you’ll find bustling Bude is a seaside town in the old tradition.