Nestled between the moors and the spectacular Cornish coastline, Juliots Well is a mile from the ancient town of Camelford and just four miles rom the beach at Trebarwith Strand.
Set in 33 acres of beautiful woodland and extensive views across some of the finest Cornish countryside the holiday park is ideally located in an area of natural landscape. At the boundary edge runs a clear stream together with unobtrusive picnic areas scattered around the park ensuring a quiet spot can always be found.
The nearest beach is Trebarwith Strand approxim. 4 miles.
Tintagel the legendary site of King Arthur's Castle.
Picturesque harbours of Port Isaac and Boscastle.
Ideally situated to visit The eden project and the lost gardens of Heligan
Based on 2 review(s)
hertfordshire 30 Oct 2010
Hi to anyone who reads this review about Juliots well park my hubby and i stayed for 3 nights in our motorhome and i can say with all honesty what a very friendly site this is. The staff were all very nice and as for the shower block well they have come top in all the campsites we have been too. (and that is alot) so well laid out and very clean!! I so wish all campsites went down this line. Moving on to the pub and restaurant on site what a treat for us both to have a evening out and not worry who was going to have a drink just a small stroll back to motorhome bliss! We will be going back again and highly recommend this site to all our friends. Thanks Juliots Well
Lancs. 11 Feb 2008
We hired a static caravan for a few days at this place, in September 2007. It was the first time we stayed in a caravan, so we didn’t quite know what to expect. We arrived after a gruelling 7 hour drive at 2.30pm. The check-in was 3pm, which couldn’t be any earlier, despite us being very tired and stressed after your long journey, so we had to drive around for a while.
When we did eventually check-in we found the caravan quiet nice, though there was no pillows or bed linen - only stained mattress covers. We were going to complain but as we were tired and we had brought sleeping bags, we used these and decided to complain later. When we did complain the next day they told us we should have said something earlier in a tone that was quite dismissive. We never did get the pillowed and covers either.
The site itself was very quiet and peaceful. The pub was very nice, though we only went in one evening; the staff were friendly though there was no entertainment except a pool table. This maybe was due to the time of year (end of the season). The kids playground was quite big though it looked like it hadn’t been maintained for some time (toadstools growing on the ground and rust on the swings).
When we left we mentioned the lack of bedding again and went back home. We later found out they kept our £50 security due to the ‘missing’ bedding. I am willing to accept that this is an oversight on their part but they have £50 of our money due to a problem which was their fault and nothing to do with us. I won’t be visiting this place again.