The Lovelane Campsite
Roskilly's farm is another piece of the Lizard peninsular that has remained unchanged for generations. However, the current generation hit culinary gold when they decided to churn their creamy Jersey milk into ice-cream. The farm is open to the public these days, but this does not interfere with the traditional farming methods and lazy landscape that are the fabric of this working organic farm.
The Love Lane campsite is a short stroll down the lane from the farm's main centre of activity. It is a small meadow set between quiet green fields flanked only by the odd donkey or cow. But from it you can stroll to the local village of St Keverne, or a little further to two delightful beaches.
The lovingly restored buses and caravans all have their own character and charm. They are set in a circle around a willow 'living' room for hanging out in, and a big open fire pit that comes to life after dark. Next to the fire is a BBQ and nearby is our washblock with bath, toilets and a shower cubicle with constant hot water. Cotton hammocks are strung from the big trees that line the field, and small dens await discovery by the little people. This is simple living; with no electricity provided for lighting onsite. Instead, paraffin lamps, candlelight, and fires brighten the night sky. Please view the MAP page for details ›