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Cornish Celtic Way Pilrims

If you are a Pilgrim walking the Cornish Celtic Way, why not come and rest your weary feet in our wonderful new (repurposed) Hut, with stunning views over the fields and bay. Just 15 minutes walk from the route on the South West Coastal Path

"A wonderful stop-over on the Celtic Way. Thank you Naomi, for your attention to detail and fitting me in. Will be back." 

(Pilgrim on Cornish Celtic Way)

A new pilgrimage route covering 125 miles through Cornwall from St. German’s to St. Michael’s Mount, the Cornish Celtic Way aims to 'aid people of all ages who are interested in spirituality to explore faith in a different way'. 

.£20pppn (one night only, if staying longer a cleaning fee is added)


£5 bed linen (if you don't have a sleeping bag with you)

£5 continental breakfast hamper

£5 dinner hamper - homemade bread and tinned soup


Also available;

  • Power pack for charging phones in the cabin

  • Kitchenette with camp stove, cooking equipment for 2 and tea and coffee

  • No heating, but lots of blankets

  • Drinking Water, tap in the garden

  • Hot outdoor shower and compost toilet, in stable 1 minute walk away

  • 2 single beds, mattress, pillow, duvet and blankets

  • Table and chair

  • Lamps and torches


Take a look at our Accommodation page for pictures and more information on other levels of comfort, but understand they have a one-off cleaning fee, as they are bigger.

Contact Naomi to book for just one night and tell her what Extras you want.

Hand-built compost toilet and steps
Outdoor shower off-grid
Picture of crossroads sign in Cornwall, Looe
Hand-built Shepherd's Hut and garden table and chairs
Shepherd's Hut and view to the sea. Bay over Looe.
Inside our Shepherd's Hut. Twin beds with woolen blankets.
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