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Seaview International Holiday Park

Award winning, five star holiday park Seaview International is situated on the Cornwall's southern coast. The park is open from Easter to the end of October. It offers guests an extensive range of holiday options. From well-equipped holiday homes, to almost 200 motorhome and tent pitches. All pitches have electric hook ups available. 70 water and drainage hook ups are distributed throughout the site. The park also offers a small number of holiday homes for sale.

Weather is consistently fantastic in this great park on the Cornish Riviera making it a perfect holiday spot. While tucked away and quiet, you can easily take a short trek into St Austell, where there is always a range of thrilling activities for the whole family to participate in.

The coast around the park is some of the best in Britain. From wild seas and crashing surf to much calmer, almost still beaches, which you can take a relaxing morning swim in.

There are a number of world-class tourist locations for the whole family to enjoy at your own pace. The Eden Project is a short drive away. While a slightly longer (but still only around 1 hour) drive through the Cornish countryside will take you to Land’s End.

The site offers excellent facilities. There are plenty of activities available in the local area. In summary, Seaview gives the whole family a memorable and exciting holiday.

Open from:
Easter to 31st October (approx.)

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, 1 Children's play area(s), 189 Electric hook-ups, 72 Water hook-ups, 72 Drainage hook-ups, LPG stockist, 3 Sanitary block(s), 1 Laundry, 1 Shop, 1 Take away food, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Swimming pool(s), 1 Cafe

Individual luxury bathroom suites
Luxury holiday home caravans and lodges for sale
Dog exercise area
Pitch and putt golf
Tennis, badminton, football, volleyball


Accomodations:
189 Touring pitches, 189 Motorhome pitches, 20 Seasonal pitches, 189 Tent pitches, 72 Serviced pitches (touring), 30 Holiday homes (for rent), Swimming pool(s), 21 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis, Sports Ground, Internet Access, Games Room, TV Room, Gym, Snooker/Pool, Leisure Centre

Just a mile from Caerhays Castle; famous for the many varieties of Camellias raised at the gardens. The Castle's beautiful gardens - open for several weeks during the Spring - are yours to enjoy.

St. Mawes, on the western edge of the Roseland Peninsula is famed for its clover leaf shape castle - built by Henry VIII in 1542. Enjoy the views out over the Carrick Roads - the estuary of the river Fal. St Mawes is a centre for coastal walks, sailing and other water sports. A regular passenger ferry service runs across to Falmouth. There are boat trips up the river Fal to enjoy and a small ferry service to Place House links St Mawes to the coast path around St Anthony Head

Only three and a half miles away, Mevagissey has a beautiful double harbour with superb views out along the coast. Look out for the Mevagissey Museum and Aquarium as you walk around the harbour. Mevagissey's picturesque streets and alleys are crowded with interesting shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Enjoy a fishing trip for mackerel - or even Sharks ! In summer, a passenger ferry can take you across St Austell Bay to the historic port Fowey - perhaps best known for its connections with Daphne du Maurier and other literary figures.

Further up the coast, Charlestown, a Georgian village, is celebrated for its unique harbour - built by Charles Rashleigh to export China Clay. The harbour is now home to 'Square Sail' a fleet of historic sailing vessels. The ships and harbour are now often used for filming ; The Onedin Line, the Disney film - The Three Musketeeers, and many more were filmed here. When visiting Charlestown, the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre is a must !

Already being called "the eighth wonder of the world", the Eden Project is far more than just the world's biggest greenhouse! Almost half-million people visited Eden to see the Big Build and, each year since then, over 2 milion people have enjoyed their visit to Eden.

The biomes take advantage of an old China Clay pit at Bodelva, 50 metres deep and the size of thirty-five football pitches. The main Biome is so big that the Tower of London could fit inside - and yet the structure only weighs about 400 tons - the same weight as the air within it!

Added to this are the exhibition areas, artistic and educational workshop space - and the most magnificent 2,000 seater outdoor amphitheatre, designed to accommodate all manner of local and international talent.

Eden is a developing project which has attracted a huge amount of interest already. Come and see what you've been missing!


Seaview International Holiday Park (www)

Boswinger
Cornwall, South West England
United Kingdom
PL26 6LL
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