Visit Cornwall on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays, and pitch at Trethiggey Holiday Park or book a holiday home here at this family holiday destination, that's just a short drive from the iconic Cornish town of Newquay.
The park is open from early March until early the following January, and holds a four-star rating from Visit England. A range of accommodation options are available to guests at Trethiggey Holiday Park, with holiday homes for hire available as well as holiday home sales for those looking to make this beautiful location their permanent holiday retreat. In addition, touring and camping pitches are also available, with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents welcome. Competitively priced caravan storage options are also available at the site for guests planning to return later in the year or for the following season.
This park has 200 pitches, 105 of which benefit from electric hook-ups. A selection of hardstanding and grass pitches are available.
Facilities available at Trethiggey Holiday Park for guests to use during their stay include two modern amenities blocks with toilets, basins and showers, washing up areas, a laundrette and Wi-Fi internet access. Recycling facilities and a chemical waste disposal point are also available at the park, plus gas canister exchange is available.
A stylish stable bar and bistro means guests always have somewhere they can get something to eat, while there is a separate café that also serves food throughout the day. Those preferring the self-catering option can shop at the on-site mini market and off licence, where they can stock up on essentials as well as the odd luxury purchase.
There are three great pubs within a short walk of the site. The Treffrey Tavern is part of a Premier Inn complex, while The Quintrell Inn and The Two Clomes are excellent pubs that also offer menus largely made up of locally sourced foods.
There are two games rooms at Trethiggey Holiday Park with entertainment options for the whole family, with pool tables, amusement arcade machines, TVs and more. Guests not wanting to venture off the site will find a beautiful fishing pond, which is perfect for spending a day relaxing with the family or others staying at the park.
This campsite has a signposted nature walk that enables guests to learn about the animal and plant life that is found around the site. Many animals, including badgers, rabbits and several bird species call Trethiggey Holiday Park home and can be spotted throughout the year.
If you're staying at this park, you are sure to want to visit Newquay, just a 10-minute drive away. Whether the famous Fistral Beach and surfing is what you're interested in, or you'd like to go to the zoo, the shops, bars, cafes and pubs, the aquarium, the swimming pool complex Waterworld or you fancy a wander through the Trenance Gardens, you'll find much to keep you busy.
You might also like to visit Padstow, which is about a half hour drive from this campsite. In fact, the world famous Eden Project, despite being on the south coast of Cornwall, is also only about half an hour away by car. It is near the town of St Austell, where you can go to the St Austell Brewery, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Wingz Bird Sanctuary and the lovely beaches.
There's tonnes to do near Trethiggey Holiday Park, making it a useful base for your holidays in Cornwall.