Went to explore historic Cable Bay, but found this delightful smaller camp and decided to stay. Good grassed area for our tent with plenty of water taps, plus trees for shade. A short walk to a safe but mainly stoney swimming beach. The owners allowed us to go through their farm property to join the hilltop walkway. Very clean facilities and a well equipped kitchen stocked with utensils and crockery. You'll need a boat if you want to catch fish. In the lounge is a fascinating folder with a family member's recollection of early settlers in the area. Very quiet except for one night when a long-term resident was having noisy drinks outside until midnight.
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- Cable Bay Holiday Park is one of those off the beaten track experiences, situated on a farm that is on the site of the first international telegraph Cable Station (1876). Guests can swim, take a guided Kayaking trip, visit Happy Valley Adventures, walk the Cable Bay Walkway or just enjoy the peace of Cable Bay at neighbouring Cable Bay Cafe. ... more less
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