Atlantic Bays Holiday Park is a beautiful, award-winning holiday resort ideally situated surrounded by countryside on the stunning North Cornish coastline. The park is set in 27 acres of landscaped parkland close to the popular seaside town of Padstow and features luxury lodges, chalets and pitches for motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents.
Atlantic Bays Holiday Park proudly holds a five pennant AA award for being a premier park of an extremely high standard, set in attractive surroundings with exceptional facilities and customer care.
On-site, there is a friendly bar with a pool table and slot machines offering tasty takeaways as well as a well-stocked shop. For families, the large on-site play zone means children always have something to do and there is also a large field that's perfect for kite flying and ball games.
There are seven beautiful beaches within two miles of Atlantic Bays Holiday Park for relaxing, surfing, swimming or the other water sport activities that are offered along the coast.
The nearest village, St Merryn, has a lovely bakery as well as a variety of other shopping outlets. A little further afield, the historic fishing town of Padstow features a range of quirky shops and amazing restaurants and cafés famous for their freshly-caught seafood delights.
Visit Wadebridge for leisure and cultural facilities if you enjoy active camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall you'll like the fact that the landscape of the region surrounding the park means everywhere is accessible on foot or bicycle, as well as in the car, along picturesque country roads.
Atlantic Bays Holiday Park is the perfect base for exploring the many famous attractions of Cornwall, including The Eden Project, Newquay, and Bodmin Moor.
Things to do in Cornwall
• Atlantic Bays has seven beautiful beaches within 2 miles (7 bays for 7 days)
• Visit the historic fishing town of Padstow with its variety of independent shops and restaurants
• Hire a bike and cycle up the Camel Estuary to visit the pretty town of Wadebridge
• Don't miss The Eden Project for global gardens in huge tropical biomes and Tintagel for the amazing clifftop bridge and ruins of King Arthur's birthplace
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Cheashire 20 Jan 2015
Great site, super facilities, location is good. Toilets and shower as they should be. A little quiet for families with kids. Only possible downside is need more trees along the road side to stop car lights and sound getting in