You don’t need to be an angling enthusiast to enjoy a holiday at White Acres; even though we have 13 tranquil lakes offering the finest fishing in Cornwall, over 300 pegs and run weekly resident matches. If you prefer the 184 acres of glorious rolling countryside or the agility courses, tenpin bowling and crazy golf, you’ll find that the rest of the park is filled with fantastic things to do.
Awards: 4 Star Excellent Award from the English Tourist Board, Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award
Facilities and entertainment include:
* Kids’ clubs with Sid & Lizzie for preschool – 10 year olds.
* Freestyle teen club for 10-15 year olds.
* Fun-filled family entertainment and live cabaret at The Lakeside Club.
* Indoor swimming pool, toddlers’ pool, spa bath, sauna and gym.
* Agility course with tyre swings and more.
* Galleon adventure play area with climbing frame and dinosaur slide.
* Recreational field for sports activities.
* Polkerris Bar, Pizzeria and Grill with outdoor terrace.
* First Bite lakeside café, the Lakeside Club with bar and Catch of the Day fish ‘n’ chip shop.
* Nine hole crazy golf course.
* Mini tenpin Bowlingo and amusements.
* Free Wi-Fi in designated areas.
* Pet friendly accommodation.
* And much more!
For more information or to book online, visit www.parkdeanholidays.co.uk for great savings on your next holiday.
Or why not book your stay in our luxury lodges? You’ll be pleasantly surprised!
13 well stocked coarse fishing lakes makes White Acres one of the premier angling spots in Cornwall!
The Eden Project - just a short drive from White Acres
Historic Gardens - The Lost Gardens of Heligan is nearby
National Trust properties - Lanhydrock
Truro - Cornwall's Cathedral City - Enjoy a day out shopping in the pretty cathedral city of Truro. Visit the beautiful cathedral and relax over a Cornish Cream Tea
Newquay - lively seaside town with safe sandy beaches (Europe's finest surfing beaches), coastal walks, shops, restaurants and attractions.
Based on 2 review(s)
Bucks 09 Mar 2014
Not a pleasant experience. Poor, run down and shabby facilities. Dirty accommodation and not suitable for children. Filthy beds with no mattress protectors. Complained to the management but got a very aggressive response.
UK 04 Mar 2013
We stopped at White Acres in Newquay and loved it, brilliant for the kids and lots to do! always something to do in the day and the bar is buzzing of a night, great games and pool area, we will definatly be going again. It really was great value for money, we stopped for a week in the school holidays and never went short of things to do. Newquay is lovely and a very pretty area. Probably the best UK holiday resort as its not stuck in the past and not full of OAP's. It has great night life if thats the type of thing your after!
I would defiantly recommend this to my friends but book early to avoid disappointment!
try these guys!
Somerset 10 Jan 2004
carp anglers remember if your a tourer you will not be able to fish specimin lakes anymore very unfair i think .
The Past 05 Sep 2003
** This review was originally posted by Rachel, Phil & Owen Meehan from Manchester. **
We went to White Acres between 23rd - 30th August 2003.
We were staying in the 'Lake' caravan. On arrival we found the caravan to be clean, modern & well equipped. We had pre-ordered a hamper so collected this from the shop. The only things we used totally from it were the milk, bread and biscuits - the rest we ended up bringing home.
My husband & step-son (who is 13) are fishing enthusiasts and thought the lakes were well stocked with fish and they were happy with the amount they caught. They said the tackle shop was very good but the staff were a bit grumpy.
We thought the evening entertainment was good although the drinks are a little on the pricey side, in fact all of the extras on site were pricey such as the shops & takeaways.
I was going to go to the swimming pool but it was full of small children and as the pool is quite small I didn't bother.
I would have liked somewhere to sit outside (like a garden area with chairs) to have a read other than outside the caravan.
Went on a few days out. Went to the Eden Project and thought it was an expensive garden centre. £10 each for adults!!! Are they mad?? It only takes 2 hours to get around.
Enjoyed Newquay and there is a Somerfield with a cafe if you fancy getting a bite to eat whilst your shopping in the town centre.
All in all a good time was had by all at White Acres and it definitely met up to our expectations.