About St. Tinney Farm Holidays
St. Tinney Farm is a peaceful place with a warm and friendly atmosphere. We are a small family owned & run business who strive to offer a personable, professional, friendly, relaxing and high quality holiday experience, often lacking from larger concerns.
A former working dairy farm, St. Tinney now offers an excellent standard of self catering accommodation and camping facilities, just a short drive from the sea and magnificent beaches of north cornwall.
- Outdoor heated swimming pool
- Games room with pool table, table football, table tennis, the use of which are all free of charge
- Childrens play areas, adventure play frame, sand pit & a dedicated games field, with 5 a side football goals, footballs, rounders, badminton and cricket sets to borrow free of charge
- On site licensed bar, restaurant & take away (the St. Tinney Arms)
- Free WIFI in the bar, games room, swimming pool and to all accommodation
- 34 acre private rural estate with nature trails to explore and for children to run free
- 5 well stocked coarse fishing lakes
- Professional on site launderette with modern coin operated washing machines and driers
Our beautiful, unspoilt and secluded valley has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest by English Nature, due to the abundance of wild flowers and wildlife. Visitors are free to wander and explore our 34 acres of land, following the nature trails as they wish.
We love the landscape here and take our stewardship of the countryside very seriously. Our conservation efforts and respect for the environment have paid off, being 12 times winners of the prestigious Gold Award for Conservation by Professor David Bellamy!
Although set in a peaceful location, St. Tinney is conveniently situated 1 mile from the main A39 Atlantic Highway. This makes us easy to reach from the main road networks and an ideal base for exploring the year round delights of both Devon and Cornwall.
We are located in the edge of the tiny rural hamlet of Otterham (place of otters), referred to as Otrham in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it appears to be described as a fortified settlement.
Going further back in time, ancient people have certainly left their mark on the area, with many Tumuli (burial mounds) and earthworks. Archaeological evidence found on the farm and surrounding areas include ancient Cornish horse armour and stone tools, suggesting that people have lived and worked the land here since the Stone Age (for more than 6,000 years).
St. Tinney Farm is a small family orientated holiday park, owned and run by Simone, Philip and Mark Windley and their families.
Simone and children in front of St. Michaels Mount.