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.



The Halfway House Inn is owned by South African-born Henk de Villiers Ferreira.

Known for his skill with steak, Henk’s lifelong passion for beef is understandable – his grandfather was a cattle farmer. Expert in the art of butchery and the science of beef ageing, Henk can effortlessly transform cuts of beef into mouthwatering taste sensations.

Over the years Henk’s worked across north Cornwall developing a loyal following with local clientele and world-famous chefs alike. A keen golfer, he ran the kitchens at Trevose Golf and Country Club for five years, took over the Halfway House in 2016 and opened Trevisker’s Kitchen at the Trevisker Garden Centre near Padstow in 2017.

Henk has developed a reputation for excellent quality, locally sourced food, especially fish from Newlyn. Now his famous steaks and ‘very nice chips’ are a trademark of his menu.

His mission is simple – no fuss or frills, just expertise, craft and quality food that everyone can enjoy.

The Halfway House Inn offers Super King/King/Double and Twin rooms.  All five rooms are newly decorated, have clean crisp sheets and all the facilities to make you feel welcome, including free wifi, parking and are easily accessible for disabled guests.

The rooms have lovely views over the surrounding countryside. And with plenty of free parking the Halfway House Country Inn really is the perfect base for walkers, business travellers or people just getting away from it all.  The Halfway House Inn is situated just a few miles from Wadebridge and Padstow.




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.



Valley Caravan Park was established in 1945 by William A Taylor and has continued to be run by the same Cornish family throughout the years. The park boasts a wonderful location in Polzeath, home to one of Cornwall’s premier surfing beaches.  The aim is to make your holiday a happy and memorable occasion, a member of the family or staff will be available to assist you at most times during the day and night.

The Park is situated in a valley leading down to the sea, with the entrance only 200 yards from Polzeath’s sandy beach. They have tried to keep the park as natural as possible, encouraging wildlife – especially mallard ducks, geese, squirrels, rabbits and moorhens.

At the Valley Caravan Park you will find a lounge bar with a six day license with entertainment in high season, a conservatory, and a cafe with seating area and games area. Free wireless is available in the bar and cafe areas, there is a launderette and children’s play area.

Due to the wildlife, DOGS are not permitted on the site (except guide dogs).


House on the Hill is a 4 bedroom house which sleeps 12-13 people.  Click here for full details.


There are six duplex apartments situated at the entrance of the park above the ground floor of the main amenities building.  Each apartment has two bathrooms, with 2, 3, and 4 bedroom options available and full central heating across two floors.  There is a separate car park and surf shower to serve the apartments, a nearby play area which also has a communal BBQ hut, and a coin operated launderette situated on the ground floor of the amenity block.  Bed linen and towels are provided within the price. Each apartment is equipped with a travel cot (your own linen will be needed for this), high-chair and stair gates for families with young children. Click here for full details.


There are over 50 static caravans available for let for holidays, these vary by age, size and by number of bedrooms – 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms.  Caravan prices are determined by the age of the caravan, with the newer models being at the top end of our price range. Every effort is made to ensure that there is a choice of different price bands within different locations across the park, so that you’re more likely to find something that’s specifically suited to you and your family!  It is understood that, although you want to get away, you don’t want to be charged for the comforts you’d usually take for granted at home. This is why they do not charge you more for a 12ft wide 2 or 3 bedroom caravan – this is their standard width!  Free Wi-Fi is provided in the Bar & Cafe area throughout the day. There are no hidden extras!  Duvets and pillows are provided, but you will need to bring your own linen and towels.


The main camping field stretches over one side of the park, separated from the rest of the park by the river that runs through the valley and surrounded on the other side by acres of woodland.  There are two toilet/shower blocks at either end of the camping field. Please see the shower and toilet block page for more details.  There are a variety of pitch sizes available, with or without electric hook up. There are an extremely limited number of hard standing pitches.

Please Note – Dimensions of tents, caravans, awnings etc are required on the booking form. This information is a requirement of your booking. This information ensures that there is no over-crowding and that pitch boundaries are respected, giving all of customers the space they need to enjoy their holiday.

You are advised to book well in advance for summer school holidays, as the popularity of Polzeath brings the site to full capacity.  The staff will always try their best to accommodate you!

* There is a 3 night minimum booking

Please note groups are not accepted and only guide dogs are allowed on site.