Cotna Eco Retreat

Glamping & Yurt Holidays in Cornwall

Cotna Eco Retreat provides eco glamping & yurt holidays on the peaceful Cornish Roseland Peninsula. Cotna is surrounded by some of the most beautiful coastline in Cornwall and close to several family and dog friendly beaches around Gorran Haven. So come back to earth and relax on our organic smallholding in our hidden valley, which overlooks orchards, veg gardens, streams, and woodland!

You can stay in boutique style yurts (Gilliflower, Tregonna King & Fern Pippin), Shepherd’s Hut (Ismay), or the slightly more luxurious strawbale barn (Pengelly Orchard Studio). Cotna’s accommodation is self-catering; make the most of our home grown food by ordering delicious organic food hampers for breakfast and evening meals. Fresh salad leaves, golden organic eggs, sourdough bread, pesto, jams and chutneys are some of our specialities.


The Cotna Experience

We offer insights into organic and sustainable living through a range of courses for visitors to learn more about seasonal food & growing. See our Things to do page to find out more about Wild Food Foraging, Sourdough Bread-making, Seasonal Cooking and No-dig Gardening. We also offer the chance to step off the wheel of hectic life through personal retreats and meditation breaks

Gorran Haven

The Area

Gorran is a lovely traditional Cornish village, tucked off the beaten track near The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the proper little fishing village of Mevagissey . It’s popular with people who come back year after year because of its beautiful location, its sense of community and its great beaches & coastal path. Furthermore it’s not far from Truro & St Austell or Cornish landmarks like The Eden Project.

At the end of your day on the beach or exploring you can get fish & chips on the quay, walk just 5 minutes up our track to the excellent Barley Sheaf Pub , or relax with a drink and organic food delivered to your yurt!

Read more here: Local Area

Glamping & Yurt Holidays in Cornwall, CSA winner 2016

Cotna is much more than a yurt farm! We have 10 years of experience living and enjoying a low-impact and sustainable way of life, while following the permaculture principals of living in harmony with the land. In 2016 we won the Cornwall Sustainability Award for Best Contribution to Sustainable Land Management for Environmental Growth, reflecting our ethos and activity here at CotnaCornwall Sustainability Awards Highlights.

This has been a glorious week. The yurt is magical – like something from the Arabian Nights. And the wider space of Cotna is so perfect, soothing and positive. There’s nothing like waking in the night to hear owls, nothing to beat cosying up in the evenings with a woodstove crackling. Thanks for everything, and for sharing your dreams with us. Edie, Paul, Alice (June 2016)