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March yourself along to Whitsand Bay Lodge Park for a cracking Cornish break: this smart park is set within the grounds of a Napoleonic coastal fort and is on the site of the nineteenth century Whitesand Gun Battery. It’s tucked among the clifftops of the Rame Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with captivating views over Cornwall and Devon and within a few miles of Plymouth and Looe.
There are heaps of salute-worthy options here for all weather, ages and inclinations: free tours of the on-site Scheduled Monument and underground ammo room during the summer, a kids’ club with Pedro the pirate, a toastily warm indoor pool, an amusement arcade and play area, and even a free library.
But you’ll probably end up spending a lot of time just drinking in the views: the park overlooks the sandy stretch of Whitsand Bay, renowned for its scenic sunsets, and there are a variety of other views on offer from the pitches and picnic tables, from the countryside of the Tamar Valley to the cityscape of the Plymouth Sound.
For vittles, there's The Vaults, the on-site restaurant and family club set in the nineteenth century officers’ mess; there’s also the ambient Boat Bar with three TVs showing kids’ films and live sport.
Whitsand Bay Lodge Park is open all year round.
Strictly families and couples only.
Free swimming pool may not be open until March and may close at the end of November.