• Review

    Another Whitsand Bay Fort Review.

    “What a beautiful location right beside the beautiful coast and beaches of Whitsand Bay which are just a walk down the path. Which I must admit is steep but once there it’s worth every puff. Onsite you have spacious pitches with electric hook up. I was in The meadow overlooking Millbrook and Plymouth in panorama in front of me, but if I walked round to the fortifications had the beauty of the Rame Peninsular if front of me.” Holiday Maker – April 2019

  • Events

    Sunday Carvery at Whitsand Bay Fort

    We’re proud to have the status of the finest carvery in the Rame Peninsula!  With a choice of 4 locally sourced types of meat slow-cooked over 12 hours by our talented chef up at the Fort.  Indulge in a rich Sunday feast with family and friends within the Vaulted Chambers every Sunday at 12 pm – 3 pm.  All dishes are accompanied by an impressive range of home cooked vegetables with all the trimmings! Don’t forget we’re a family-friendly place, so that includes your furry friends! Step back in time to how family Sunday’s used to be with this warm Cornish setting.   Due to the high demand for the Carvery, booking is…

  • Events

    Easter Sunday at Whitsand Bay Fort.

    Cornwall is a place of stunning scenery, beach views, green rolling hills and tranquillity. Easter can bring many surprises! Discover Cornwall this Easter with your family, friends and loved ones in one of our lodges, suites or book for camping touring and motorhomes!   On Easter Sunday we will be holding our delicious and rich Sunday Carvery. We’re known for our Sunday lunches within the Rame Peninsula. With all of our food is locally sourced and freshly prepared by our fantastic chef, you absolutely will NOT be disappointed.    We book up incredibly quickly for the Sunday Roast, so booking in advance is strongly advised. To put this into perspective, we even…

  • Events

    Historic Dig at Whitsand Bay Fort

    A Day to Discover English History  Working with Hidden Heritage, this October 2018 will be the beginning to uncovering what’s hidden beneath the depths of our new holiday cottage ‘Radar Heights’. As anyone who has stayed at the Fort will know, ‘Radar Heights’ was built back in the 1920s and was used as a Radar Station to help protect the shores of Plymouth.  Buried for over 60 years, laying completely untouched are underground rooms that sit directly underneath the cottage.    On the 20th of October 2018, we will begin excavating the area, with enthusiasts and volunteers are invited to be part of this new discovery.  We have spent time working with specialists at Whitsand Bay…