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There probably isn’t enough room on the mantelpiece for all the awards heaped on Dolbeare Park, which is a David Bellamy Conservation Award Gold winner, was the first touring park in Cornwall to get Gold level at the Green Tourist Business Scheme, and even won the Loo of the Year Platinum Award in 2013 for its pristine facilities. Whew.
Apart from all its green creds and bling, this Saltash site is the place to come to if you want a traditional, laid back kind of holiday – it’s family-centred, there’s no bar or clubhouse (although you can buy scrummy Cornish scrumpy, wine and beer in the park off licence), and summer events include barbecues, cricket, rounders, archery, boules and squaring up on the giant outdoor chess board or over the giant Connect 4. You might even see a few rabbits hopping about in the evenings...
Amenities at Dolbeare are of the highest standards – the immaculate shower block has underfloor heating, family washrooms, up to date disabled facilities, hair dryers and a ladies’ make-up area with an electric point for hair straighteners. The shop on site sells freshly baked bread and local produce, and if you’re too relaxed even to make a sandwich there’s a takeway too: tuck into the one of the yummy bacon baguettes while browsing through the Dolbeare information centre where there are maps and guides on Devon and Cornwall as well as the park’s own guides on essential topics such as where to eat, where to walk and the local beaches.