The Park covers 12 acres, half of which is level and gently sloping grass that is suitable for caravans, tents and motor-homes. WiFi Broadband internet access is available throughout the Park.
All of our spacious pitches have 16 amp electric hook-up and are either individually hedged or in bays of two. We have Premium pitches which have water/waste and T.V point.
NEW for 2012 - 3 individual luxurious shower rooms.
AA Campsite of the Year 'Roger Almond Award - Most Improved Park 2012'
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Trethem Mill Touring Park ReviewsUp to overview
2 Mar 2008
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Award 2008
A friendly welcome is just the start of the family focus at this site. Each pitch is spacious, has electric hook-up and is separated by hedges for privacy. Some pitches also have water and TV aerial points. The immaculate washroom and washing-up facilities can be easily accessed from all pitches. The children’s play area is enclosed, and the recreation field is equipped with goal posts. An on-site nature walk is perfect for exercising the dog or just taking a gentle stroll with the family. Nearby are fishing villages and beautiful beaches.
20 Apr 2006
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2006
Cornwall has more than its fair share of holiday parks, so Trethem Mill is a welcome alternative for those who prefer peace and quiet. The site is located in the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, and is surrounded by the lush woods and rolling farmland that are the essence of inland Cornwall.
The approach road is a little narrow in places but presents no real hazard to tourers, and the entrance to the site is wide and welcoming with its lovingly presented floral displays. The pitches, most of which are on grass, are arranged around the perimeter and along the circular tarmac drive in the main area of the site, although there are also some smaller groups of pitches, including one that’s situated immediately next to the children’s play area – ideal for parents who want to keep an eye on the kids without leaving the caravan.
Some of the pitches are separated by small hedges or beds of shrubs, giving you a sense of privacy, without completely cutting you off from your neighbours. Around half the pitches are on slightly sloping ground, however, so remember to bring your levelling blocks with you.
In addition to its location, the site’s other main appeal is its sense of space, this is perpetuated by a minimum of leisure facilities – just enough to keep the children happy – making this a perfect Cornish getaway for couples and
young families alike.
21 Apr 2005
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Awards 2005
Sitting in the midst of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this site is an absolute gem for anyone seeking peace and quiet. Yet, there are plenty of places of interest nearby to visit when the need arises, though that is not to say that if you are an active family you will not be catered for on site.
This site has a baby-care room, immaculate toilet and shower facilities, and a fully equipped launderette. The entrance is wide, and although the approach road is narrow in places, there’s nothing to worry about when towing. On arriving at reception, you’ll be impressed by Trethem Mill’s floral displays. The shower building is decked out with blooms, too.
You’ll be struck by the spaciousness of the park and the pitches, which are tastefully separated by small hedges and bushes. About half of the site is gently sloping, but it’s easy enough to level your outfit.
This is a quiet, peaceful site with everything required for a relaxing holiday. If you want bars, clubrooms and nightly entertainment on-site, forget this one. However, if peace and quiet, the very best facilities and a base to explore this fascinating area of Cornwall appeals, then you’ve found the right spot.
17 Aug 2004
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2004
Sitting in the midst of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this site is an absolute gem for anyone seeking peace and quiet, yet has plenty of places of interest to visit when the need arises. That is not to say, that if you are an active family you will not be catered for. This site has a baby bathroom, immaculate toilet and shower facilities, and a fully equipped laundrette.
The entrance is good and wide, and although the approach road is narrow in places, there’s nothing to worry about when towing. On arriving at the site’s reception, you’ll be instantly impressed by Trethem Mills’ floral displays, and the air of spaciousness that abounds. The shower block is decked out with blooms, too. In the reception you’ll also find a good shop.
The pitches are large, and separated nicely by small hedges and bushes. About 50 percent of the site is gently sloping, but it’s easy enough to level your outfit. All in all, this is a quiet, peaceful site with everything required for a relaxing holiday. If you want bars, clubrooms, nightly entertainment on site, forget this one. However, if peace and quiet, the very best facilities and a base to explore this fascinating area of Cornwall appeals, then you’ve found the right spot.
1 Jan 2003
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2003
Trethem Mill is perfect for families who want to enjoy the beaches, scenery and attractions in the day, then return for a calm, peaceful evening in the tourer. There are just 84 touring pitches, 50 with 16A. Unlike many sites in this area, there are no caravan holiday homes, which immediately makes for a much quieter park.
The only on-site entertainment comes in the form of a games field, TV room and enclosed playground which shuts at 9pm. The good-sized pitches create a sense of privacy, divided by mature hedges to separate neighbours. There’s a lovely feeling of space, too, with plenty of open areas, while a single tarmac driveway round the site provides access to the pitches. The one toilet and shower block is located in the middle of the site, and this is kept in excellent order.
Trethem Mill is just three miles away from the village of St Mawes, and within a short drive of some lovely beaches, the many coastal paths along the Roseland Peninsula and the famous Lost Gardens of Heligan, as well as those at Trelissick. Sailing is popular along this coast, and fishing, bike hire, horseriding and golf are all within eight miles. If you fancy a day on site, you can enjoy the garden atmosphere here as well. The site’s owners, the Akeroyds, have made a beautiful job of landscaping it and creating a riot of colour with well-placed blooms. The presence of their pets helps to create a calm ambience that’s guaranteed to make you feel at home and at ease.
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