Croft Farm Holiday Park is an amazing location for a family holiday, found in the heart of Cornwall just one mile from the iconic Eden Project attraction. The park offers a number of pitches for touring caravans and motorhomes, as well as having static holiday homes and holiday cottages available for hire.
Holiday homes for sale are also sometimes available on this lovely park. So if you fall in love with this part of Cornwall, you could consider buying a permanently sited holiday home as a family investment and regular retreat. When new developments of holiday homes are planned, guests can often choose a specific area or pitch they would like theirs to be situated.
The season for touring guests and those staying in holiday cottages runs from late March to late the following January. Static holiday homes are available for hire from late March until early November.
All of the touring caravan and motorhome pitches are hard standing, with a grassed area reserved exclusively for tents. Electric hook ups are available, and annual seasonal pitches are available. Caravan storage is also available at a very competitive price during the eight weeks that the park is closed during each year.
Facilities available at Croft Farm Holiday Park include an amenities block with showers and dish washing. Table tennis and a pool table is able to be enjoyed free of charge at the park.
The park is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with miles of stunning landscape able to be explored on foot.
Nearby, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are both amazing attractions and should be considered 'must visit' by guests during their stay at the park.
The nearest major town, St Austell, has something for everyone with shops as well as some quirky cafés and restaurants that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Closer to the coast, the villages of Charlestown and Mevagissey are exceptional places to spend a day.
Although both small locations it is easy to lose track of time and spend hours looking around or chatting in one of the many small shops or cafés.
These villages also provide a gateway to some of Cornwall’s best beaches, with those on the southern coast of the county known for their relative calm and quiet nature in comparison to the thriving surfing resorts on the north coast. The beaches there are ideal for swimming and paddling, with the seas themselves calm, warm, and welcoming. Those just looking to explore the region can pick up the South West Coastal Path from various towns and villages on the seafront, and walk as far as their legs will take them.
Guests preferring to stay inland will find a number of amazing National Trust properties across Cornwall, with the Lanhydrock House and Gardens found close by and providing a fun day out for the whole family.
At the end of a long day, there are plenty of places nearby to pick up something to eat and drink, with the local public house, The Kings Arms, particularly popular with guests.
Croft Farm Holiday Park is an amazing place for family tent, motorhome and caravan holidays near St Austell in South Cornwall.
An intriguing Woodland Trail allows exploration of an extensive wilderness area, providing an excellent way to view the flora and fauna which abounds.
Croft Farm Holiday Park is approximately 1 mile from the pretty village of Luxulyan where the large granite outcrops are evidence of the furthest Glacial activity in Cornwall at the end of the last Ice Age. In the more recent past the extensive woodland of the Luxulyan Valley was important during the Copper smelting history of the area. Walkers and cyclists will enjoy the trails through the pretty woodland surrounding the intriguing water leats and the impressive granite Treffry Aquaduct once used in the smelting process.
Spectacular Eden Project just over one mile away. Tickets for sale at Reception.
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