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SALE 50% OFF! - Over 18's Glamping Break

A wonderful wild away in a luxury geodome with sea views, exclusively for independent autistic adults over 18 years old to visit alone or with family / friends/ support worker. Includes FREE Music by Campfire Session!

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SALE 50% OFF! - Over 18's Glamping Break
SALE 50% OFF! - Over 18's Glamping Break

Time & Location

31 Aug 2022, 15:00 – 02 Sept 2022, 10:00

WilderMe CIC, Maker Heights, Earl's Dr, Cawsand, Torpoint PL10 1LA, UK


Our geodome glamping breaks have been created soley for independent autistic adults, giving guests an oppertunity to make new friends and explore the beautiful area in 'Forgotten Corner of Cornwall' in South East Cornwall.

Breaks include FREE activity:

Music by Campfire on Thursday 1st Sep at 7:30-8:30pm

“My son and I have been coming to Maker to stay in the geodomes of WilderMe for the past three summers now.  It was his first experience of 'camping' and it was a success from the very start."

WilderMe is a social enterprise in a unique place with a special mission to help calm busy minds and create tribes that thrive. You have incredible sea views from a meadow of wildflowers that’s home to deer, skylarks and all sorts of wildlife; firepits to sit out by as you watch the sunset over the sea. It’s a wonderful place to detach from the digital world and take time out to recoup and reignite  a connection to nature.

"The domes are beautiful and provide everything you could possibly need for a comfy nature retreat.”

Wander down to the picturesque villages of Kingsand & Cawsand for tranquil beaches that offer safe swimming, or hire SUP's or kayaks. Meander along the South West Coastal path through ancient woodland and stunning scenery, meeting wild Dartmoor ponies along the way.

“The location is both stunning and a walkable distance from Kingsand and Cawsands which are lovely little villages with lots to offer.”

There’ll be pizza nights and maybe a gig on, and you can wander down to the local pub in the evening, although you should make sure you’re steady enough for the climb back up.

The six domes all share two showers and two compost loos in a trailer, but there are other toilet facilities available at the family campsite just over the hedge. A seventh dome serves as a communal space, with two double gas hobs and grills, cooking utensils, books, cards and seating. There are also firepits at each dome for cooking simple meals but it’s much more fun to let yourself be lured over to The Canteen at Maker Heights, where ex-River Cottage chef Nick Platt cooks up superb rustic food in the atmospheric setting of old Nissen huts.

The Canteen is only one part of the creative community that calls Maker Heights home, with musicians, artists and artisans running social projects, studios and workshops in an old army barrack. It’s one of the things, along with the good cause, the feeling of warmth and inclusivity, and the simple magic of being wild and free in a beautiful part of the world, that makes WilderMe the sort of place we're sure you'll absolutely love.

Due to limited spaces we kindly ask that guests provide documentation of their diagnosis please.

If you have any questions about our breaks or activities you might like to do during your stay, please do get in touch, we'd love to hear from you! :)

Peace, Love and Pasties,

Nat & Geoff :)

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  • Double bed and two single beds

    Sleeps up to 4 people in a double bed and two single beds. Please contact us if you require more beds.

  • Double bed and one single bed

    Sleeps up to 3 people in a double bed and one single bed. Please contact us if you require more beds.




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