Campervan Nightstop at Halwyn
For a unique off-grid overnight experience, the Halwyn Campervan night stop is ideal for the self-contained Campervan and really is off the beaten track.
Located in the heart of the Halwyn Tea Plantation near The Fal River, this wild remote area of outstanding natural beauty can be enjoyed from the comfort of your campervan.
From: £ 18.00
Halwyn Nightstop facilities:
- A designated overnight parking area
- Free water top-up
- Bins provided for rubbish & recycling
- No facilities for washing up, water disposal, toilet disposal facilities
Halwyns Nightstop guest information:
- Advanced prepaid bookings only
- VW sized camper van is the maximum size vehicle to access the lanes and night stop area
- Plan on arriving with fresh water on board and your waste tanks empty
- Please do not empty tanks in the car park, surrounding bushes or area
- Park with respect to other guests in your pre allocated area
- Compact gas BBQs only (no open fires, disposable or charcoal BBQs allowed)
- Playing loud music or loud noise can bother nearby inhabitants or disrupt the wildlife around, please keep noise to a minimum, especially after 10pm.
- The nearest dog waste facilities are located in Central Coombe.
- Awnings attached to your campervan are allowed however, tents are not permitted
- No caravans or tents permitted
- Check in time: from 2pm Check out time: before 12pm
- 1 vehicle per booking
- This is an off grid experience so there are no toilet or shower facilities are onsite
- Please leave the area as you found it – the old saying goes; leave only footprints, take only photographs….
- Dogs are welcome but must be kept under close control due to the close presence of livestock
- The campsite is located close to the banks of Cowlands Creek, but there is no beach, or direct access for swimming or watercraft. The closest water access is a short walk into Central Coombe.
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