We love nothing more than seeing beautiful summer flowers in full bloom around the campsite in summer. Music Water in full summer bloom is something special!
April is a busy month because it’s now that we start to sow all our annual flower seeds. The greenhouse becomes jammed packed from all kinds of seeds from the orange Marigolds to the multi coloured Petunias.
The flowers that are selected need to bloom throughout the busy campsite months of July and August.
The seeds are started off …
We love nothing more than seeing beautiful summer flowers in full bloom around the campsite in summer. Music Water in full summer bloom is something special!Read More
It’s holiday time, the kids are off school, the tents up and…..it’s raining!
Cornwall is fab come rain or shine but when the rain starts to pour at Music Water here are our five tips for camping in the Cornish wet weather.
1. Bring lots of waterproof bags to keep your belongings dry. Keep water off your electronics, food, sleeping bags and your shoes!
2. Talking of shoes, make sure you pack waterproof coats, leggings and welly boots so even if it’s wet through outside …Read More
After all the travelling and the effort (and shouting!) of pitching up your tent the last thing you want is to be slaving away to fix a meal, after all you’re on holiday!
Let’s face it some of the best memories about camping (and life itself!)revolves around food!
So here are some of the best yummy campsite cooking tips!
1. For the first night under canvas make it a easy one. Bring a meal that you have prepared at home and one that can be …Read More
The Royal Cornwall Show is one of the biggest events on the Cornish calendar. Wadebridge showground transforms itself into a hive of activity that showcases some of the best that the County has to offer.Read More
It’s a three day event that offers something for everyone and caters for people from all walks of life.
Farmers proudly show off their prize winning cattle to the talented crafters that offers crafts and arts of every kind imaginable. Food and drink to entertainment, here are the things everyone …
Spring is in the air and what better way to enjoy the sights and smells of this new season than a walk amongst the Bluebells.
There is something very special about the sight of a field or meadow awash with the colour blue.
Here are a few of the best bluebell walks in Cornwall.
Ten Acre Wood In Polmoria
A semi ancient woodland that has been lovingly restored to all its glory offers a perfect family day out. Walk along the Polmoria River and see …Read More
With Easter just around the corner and the children off school for the Easter holidays,here are a few suggestions for great days out this Easter.
Lanhydrock House Near BodminRead More
Visit The National Trust property of Lanhydrock for a lovely day out.
If you want a more adventurous day then hit the miles of cycle paths around the property or if you prefer a more gentle day then simply join one of the trails around the house and find the clues or follow the Cadbury Easter …
The summer seems a distant memory and everywhere you look you are reminded that winter is well and truly on its way.
Before you turn your thoughts to bonfire nights, cosy nights in by the fire and the twinkling delights of Christmas there’s a few things to do to make sure your caravan is in tip top condition next spring.
Make sure that you have a good storage place to keep your caravan, somewhere level and well protected from pests and adverse weather. The other …Read More
Cornwall is a county rich in myths and legends and a great place to be if you are superstitious!
If you are a believer then Cornwall was once a place where giants lived along side the little people like pixies and knockers.
Sit back believers and those less convinced and let me introduce you to some of the most notorious Cornish giants, knockers and mermaids!!
The Cornish piskies are said to be childlike and very mischievous. These little beings are meant to inhabit many a …Read More
Camping is great fun,sleeping out under the stars, BBQ’s, campfires and the thrill of being outdoors with nature. This said camping with little ones can be let’s say …sometimes challenging!
We can all agree despite the mayhem camping is what childhood memories are all about, so here are 5 top tips to make camping with children that little bit easier.
1. Be like a Girl Guild and be prepared! Pack to cover all eventualities from thick woolly jumpers, waterproof trousers,coats and wellies to suncream Sunhats …Read More
There are lots of fab places to eat in the village of St Merryn, here are my top five.
The Olive Tree
The Olive Tree offers simple but delicious food all served in a relaxing atmosphere. The food is very much influenced by Italy and the Mediterranean. They still however make the most of the Cornish Local food such as fish, cheese and meat are all provided by the local produces.
Rafferty’s Cafe and Wine Bar
This lovely place prides itself around three simple …Read More