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Welcome to this family-run touring park and campsite situated in Porthcothan, within the ‘Seven Bays’ – one of the most beautiful parts of North Cornwall.  They offer grass pitches for motorhomes, caravans and tents with electric hook up, or stay in one of the beautiful bell tents in their brand new glamping area or their new sea view apartments.

Set back from the rugged coastline, they have far reaching country views in a very quiet secluded spot, looking down the valley, disturbed only by the sound of their animals. Enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep with an uninterrupted panoramic sky, perfect for star gazing.

The nearest beach – Porthcothan, only a 10 minute walk away, is a delightful little bay, great for bathing, surfing and snorkeling.  Sand dunes and rock pools all combine to make it an idyllic place for both families and couples.  MacDonald’s Farm are situated in the best area to explore the North Coast and local hot spots of Padstow and Newquay.  They also have a bus stop to take you either way along the coast.

They welcome both families and couples looking for a chilled, relaxing holiday – small groups are allowed but please call to confirm before booking as it is a quiet family-run site.  Sleep under the Cornish stars, eat some of the best local food in the wonderful farm garden, meet the animals, ride a pony or enjoy a drink or two from their Sundowner Bar.

Treyarnon Bay Holidays is located at Treyarnon Bay near Padstow.

They have camping, static caravans and cottages available.

Camping:

At Treyarnon Bay Holidays they have perfectly situated touring pitches to accommodate tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes.  So, whether you are sleeping under canvas or roaming the county on wheels, you will be able to pitch up and glimpse the stunning sea views and breathe in the calming salty sea air.   They have 26 electric pitches, non-electric camping, all grass pitches, water points, showers, toilets, potwash and laundry facilities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.

Caravans:

The static caravans provide a delightful retreat for you and your family to enjoy on the North Cornwall coastline.  They have either two or three bedroom caravans, all of which are filled with everything one would need for a relaxing and comfortable holiday in Cornwall.  All you need to bring is bed linen, towels and supplies (they provide duvets, pillows and mattress protectors).  All of the static caravans have showers and fully equipped kitchens and lounge (including TV).  Depending on the static caravan you choose, they may or may not include a balcony, though all of the caravans have a sea view!  Please note that dogs are not permitted in static caravans at any point throughout the season.

Cottages:

There are a number of idyllic properties located on the beautiful North Cornwall coastline. These Cornish retreats range in size from cosy two person cottages to spacious family of eight accommodation.  Perfectly situated just a few minute’s walk from Treyarnon Bay beach, these properties afford the opportunity to explore, relax and immerse yourself in Cornwall’s glorious and awe-inspiring landscape.  The cottages are self-catering, and are fitted with all the comforts one would require for your family holiday. Give them a call and book your blissful Cornish retreat today!

Pets – Please note:

Camping:  Dogs are allowed all season apart from July and August.  However, they do have a basic field where they do allow dogs all season.

Caravans:  Strictly no dogs allowed.

Cottages:  Dogs are allowed in some of the cottages.  Please check at time of booking.

Families only. They DO NOT allow groups on the main campsite but they do have another camp site which is located nearer to Constantine Bay where they allow a small group (age and limits apply) as this is also a family and dog friendly campsite. Please contact them for more information.

No WiFi

Office hours are: 09:00-16:30 Monday-Friday

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A relaxed and secluded family retreat situated a short 15-minute walk through scenic woodlands to Mawgan Porth’s award winning sandy beach. The park is located 8 miles south of Padstow and just 5 miles north of Newquay, meaning day trips to either are easily accessed, either by car or bus, so you are never far from entertainment and leisure.  Choose from a range of family friendly static holiday caravans and a campsite that accept tents, camper vans and touring caravans.

Mawgan Porth beach is just far enough from Newquay (4 miles) to avoid the crowds and summer excesses, yet benefit from the same golden sands and beautiful coastline. The beach here is sheltered by high cliffs to each side and at low tide there is ample sand for everyone, even on the busiest of days. Mawgan Porth is a great family beach with lots of rockpools, caves and even a large stream running down the southern side of the beach. In terms of facilities there is everything you would expect from one of the region’s best beaches including disabled access.

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MAP & FACILITIES

A relaxed and secluded family retreat situated a short 15-minute walk through scenic woodlands to Mawgan Porth’s award winning sandy beach. The park is located 8 miles south of Padstow and just 5 miles north of Newquay, meaning day trips to either are easily accessed, either by car or bus, so you are never far from entertainment and leisure.  Choose from a range of family friendly static holiday caravans and a campsite that accept tents, camper vans and touring caravans.

Mawgan Porth beach is just far enough from Newquay (4 miles) to avoid the crowds and summer excesses, yet benefit from the same golden sands and beautiful coastline. The beach here is sheltered by high cliffs to each side and at low tide there is ample sand for everyone, even on the busiest of days. Mawgan Porth is a great family beach with lots of rockpools, caves and even a large stream running down the southern side of the beach. In terms of facilities there is everything you would expect from one of the region’s best beaches including disabled access.

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Nestled in a valley on the fringes of Padstow and less than a mile to the Harbour, Dennis Cove Campsite is the place for your escape for quality family time. With their own private access onto the Camel Trail via which you find the 10 minute pushchair friendly walk into Padstow, you have local shops, cafés and restaurant just a stone’s throw from your base.  Add to that the 20 minute walk to secluded beaches and the family friendly, traffic free Camel Trail cycle route, there really is no need to get back behind the wheel of your vehicle once you’re here.

The perfect base for an action packed holiday of hiking, cycling and water sports, Dennis Cove Campsite is less than a mile from the irresistible South West Coast Path and the historic Saints Way.  Located on the Camel Trail and national Cycle Route 32, there’s enough picturesque cycling routes to keep you going all week. If its water based activities that you prefer the Camel Estuary offers kayaking, paddleboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding, kitesurfing, sailing, power boating and windsurfing.  Within a 20 minute drive of the campsite you’ll find some of the best surfing beaches in the UK.

Escape to the ‘Foodie’s Heaven’ that is Padstow.  From fine dining experiences with a Michelin Star to decent home cooked pub grub, Padstow’s restaurants, pubs and cafes cater for all tastes, with well known celebrity chef’s eateries tucked away in the back streets, decent local family run restaurants on the Harbour side and some of the best fish and chips around.

As for Dennis Cove Campsite, it is the atmosphere that sets it apart.

A friendly, welcoming, lovingly cared for, 30 year family home, Dennis Cove Campsite, provides a very comfortable space for families and couples to enjoy their time away.  The staff have respect for their surroundings which means you are guaranteed a high level of cleanliness and serenity.

The campsite caters for up to 100 pitches across 5 separate camping fields.  Open from Easter to the end of September with 28 electric hook-ups, the campsite is perfect for tents, campervans and smaller motorhomes and caravans.

Facilities include toilets, showers, washing-up, laundry, drying room, freezers for ice packs, chemical waste disposal, gas exchange, battery charging, 24 hour warden and above all a team of staff who’ll do their utmost to ensure your needs are catered for, as best they can.

They hope to see you there soon!

Total number of pitches:100

Number of touring pitches suitable for motor homes/campervans: 49 -price range: £25 – £35 (2 people)

Number of touring pitches suitable for caravans: 5 -price range £25- £35 (2 people)

Number of pitches for tents: 69- price range £25- £35 (£25-£35)

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Padstow Holiday Village is an award-winning park located in the heart of North Cornwall. Enjoy breath-taking views, scenic walks, golden beaches and top-class restaurants just a stone’s throw away. Stroll through countryside to Padstow Harbour and experience Cornwall at it’s very best. Explore the nearby beaches or take a picturesque ferry across to the sandy shores of Rock, a quaint seaside town well known for its water sporting activities from sailing to paddle boarding. In the evening, retire back to your luxury lodge and savour the sunset from your decking – a perfect day in paradise.

Amenities on park include: Craftworks pop-up dining experience, licenced park shop, children’s play area, WIFI, dog agility area.

Breathe in the fresh country air and spend time relaxing in your very own modern and stylish lodge. Our spacious two-and three-bedroom homes feature family-sized kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, large wrap around decking, walk-in wardrobes, and plenty of storage. Park up next to your lodge with your own personal parking space with an electric charge point – there’s something for everyone.

Award winning Padstow Holiday Village has been voted Campsite of The Year South West, Gold Winner in the AA Caravan and Camping Awards, AA Five Star Platinum award, Visit England Five Star Gold Award, Platinum Loo of the Year Award, David Bellamy Gold Award and Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence.

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Carnevas Holiday Park is located in unspoilt countryside bordering the beautiful North Cornish coastline, a short distance from Padstow and the wonderful beaches of Porthcothan, Treyarnon and Trevose. Surrounded by a wealth of opportunities for enjoyment – breathtaking cliff walks, a working farm, golf, renowned surf beaches, safe & sandy family beaches, historic houses, a wide range of natural history, and of course, the legends of Cornwall to investigate.

Over recent years the Pawley/Brewer family have developed this Cornish holiday park to an award-winning standard and provided a range of well-kept facilities to make your break relaxed and enjoyable. They pride themselves on personal service and communication with their visitors and for this reason, do not offer online bookings, preferring to maintain that all important connection with visitors which means that so many return to Carnevas year after year.

The on-site facilities include a comprehensively equipped laundry, the very well stocked shop and the play equipment which is always popular with the children. Whether it be a weekend break in the caravan park or campsite or a long stay in the luxury self catering holiday cottage, they are sure to have something for you.

Its reputation as a premier location stretches back further than most places can boast – Carnevas being the Iron Age place name meaning ‘Fort or Camp on the Hill’. If you are looking for a farm cottage, a high-standard holiday chalet, a luxury holiday home to hire or a choice of excellent caravan and tenting pitches, they can provide what is needed to make your holiday a happy one.

Cornwall is a beautiful area to explore and a prime location for holidays in the UK whether you are into coastal walks, viewing the ancient heritage or relaxing with a drink and some food in any number of excellent pubs and restaurants.  Also recommended, of course, is their very own social hang-out, The Jolly Roger, which is situated in the grounds of Carnevas Holiday Park.