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This fabulously floral site has been giving trevellas a warm welcome for more than 50 years. The grounds are blooming lovely - even the fishing lakes are filled with lilies - and it’s easy to see why Trevella Park is a regular winner of the ‘Newquay in Bloom’ contest, and why so many people come back here every summer.
Little buds can shoot around the heated outdoor pool, paddling pool, crazy golf, games room and playgrounds for different ages, and the TV room is stocked with children’s videos for drizzly days. There’s free coarse fishing in the two lakes and a pretty nature reserve to explore, plus a café, takeaway food, and a licensed shop.
The roomy pitches for tents, tourers and motorhomes sit within lovely parkland and the high quality amenities include family bathrooms, baby changing and a laundry room.
A quick meander along the verdant country lanes and pathways around Trevella can lead in various directions: a historic smugglers’ inn, a beach, Crantock’s thatched cottages and pretty village church, or to the Gannel Estuary to fish, paddle, birdwatch or make the short hop on the ferry to Newquay. The latter probably needs no introduction, but on top of its famous beaches, it has a zoo, aquarium, farm park, boating lake and miniature railway - plus swimming pools (with flumes) and golf courses.
This being Cornwalll, visitors will find no shortage of ace attractions less than an hour away. Recommendations include losing oneself in the gardens at Heligan, taking in an atmospheric show at the open air Minack Theatre, perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea; heading into the Eden Project’s massive crater, to examine the exotic flora in the jaw-dropping megadomes; and some painterly perusal at the Tate Gallery in St Ives. Then there are adventure parks, National Trust properties and open gardens galore; plus a lively programme of local land- and sea-based events, from festivals to carnivals, and regattas to traditional Cornish gig racing.
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
|Modern flint-walled bar/restaurant built into the bluff above the sea, big picture windows for the terrific views, light and airy bar with wicker seating, spreading dining areas with contemporary furnishings on light oak flooring, bistro-style food, three or four well kept ales, several wines by the glass, good service and pleasant relaxed atmosphere even when busy; modern seats and tables on terraces making the most of stunning Atlantic views; under the same management as the Plume of Feathers, Mitchell||Lewinnick Lodge
|Massive recently built pub in magnificent setting high above surfing beach and small harbour, decent standard food all day from sandwiches, hot baguettes and baked potatoes up, open-plan areas well divided by balustrades and surviving fragments of former harbourmaster's house, good solid furnishings from country kitchen to button-back settees, soft lighting and one panelled area, friendly service, St Austell ales, games part with two well lit pool tables, excellent indoor children's play area; great views from long glass-walled side section and from sizeable garden with terrace and play areas, bedrooms, open all day||Fort
|Great location backing on to dunes and popular with holidaymakers, some recent refurbishment, friendly helpful staff, well kept ales including St Austell, decent wines, enjoyable pub food with blackboard specials; children and dogs welcome, tables on large back terrace||St Pirans
|Great views from bustling modern beach bar with good mix of customers of all ages, surfing photographs on planked walls, cushioned wicker and cane armchairs around green and orange tables, weathered stripped-wood floor, unusual sloping bleached-board ceiling, big windows and doors opening to glass-fronted deck looking across sand to the sea, simpler end room, decent wines by the glass, possibly real ale, lots of coffees and teas, good modern food served by friendly young staff; background music; dogs welcome in bar, open 8.30am-11pm, 10.30am-5pm in winter||Beach Hut
|Popular surfers' haunt with great coast and sunset views from open balcony, bar/restaurant upstairs with enjoyable food including interesting fish dishes, downstairs bistro bar, good friendly service, well kept St Austell Tribute, Sharps Doom Bar and Skinners Betty Stogs, decent wines, sensible prices; live music, TV and pool; well behaved children and dogs welcome, disabled facilities, plenty of outside seating, open all day weekends||Phoenix
- Blue Reef Aquarium (1.4 miles)
- Newquay Zoo (1.5 miles)
- Fistral Beach (1.5 miles)
- Trerice (2.6 miles)
- Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps (6.5 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Newquay - River Gannel - Crantock - Polly Joke - Newquay
- Holywell Bay - Cubert Common (2.2 miles)
- Holywell Bay to Penhale Sands and the Lost Church (2.2 miles)
- Holywell Bay - Cubert Common (2.2 miles)
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81% would recommend this site to a friend.
90% would stay here again.
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Weekend away, 3 nights top place. 12 Sep 2013
Triffer (Family with young children, 1 review)
Brilliant- very clean facilities 19 May 2014
conker89 (Young couple, 1 review, 1 photo)
we stayed for 5 nights, what a lovely place!! 24 Aug 2012
lisacooper (Young couple, 1 review)
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourersMax. motorhome length: 8.0 metres
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Very large (over 200 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Newquay Bus Station — 1.2mi
1.2mi Newquay: Porthfour Turn Coach Stop — 2.2mi
2.2mi St Columb Minor (Cornwall): Church St Coach Stop — 2.6mi
- Train stations
Newquay Rail Station — 1.5mi
1.5mi Quintrell Downs Rail Station — 3.0mi
3.0mi St Columb Road Rail Station — 6.8mi
- Ferry ports
Padstow Ferry Landing — 12.3mi
12.3mi Tolverne Ferry Landing — 12.5mi
12.5mi Rock Padstow Ferry Landing — 12.7mi
Newquay St Mawgan Airport — 5.3mi
5.3mi Penzance Airport — 26.4mi
From the north:
Leave the M5 at Junction 31 onto the A30 towards Bodmin/Okehampton. Travel west on the A30 past the Victoria interchange. At the next exit, leave the A30 and head straight forward onto the slipway. Enter the roundabout and leave at the third exit onto the A39.
Stay on the A39 for 0.87 miles, then enter the roundabout at Halloon and leave at the second exit onto the A392, signposted Newquay. Stay on the A392 for 5.97 miles, then enter the roundabout and leave at the first exit onto the A3075. Stay on the A3075 for 0.25 miles, then leave it and turn right into an unclassified road, signposted Crantock.
(If you are in Newquay, take the A3075 to Redruth for 1.5 miles until you see the Crantock signpost. If you are approaching from the west you will see Crantock signposted from the A3075.)
Follow this road for one mile to the T-junction sign to Newquay, where you turn right and then into the Trevella Park entrance.
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