Fancy spending your holidays in Cornwall? Then come to Eden Valley Holiday Park.
Set in a secluded Cornish valley, Eden Valley Holiday Park is definitely worth considering if you're looking for a quiet and peaceful camping, motorhome or caravan holiday to help you get back in touch with nature. This campsite has been awarded the prestigious David Bellamy gold award for efforts in conserving the natural environment – and from this dog-friendly campsite in Cornwall, guests can enjoy unimpeded access to the striking surrounding countryside.
However, this campsite doesn't only accommodate, caravans, motorhomes and tents. If you are looking for holiday cottages in Cornwall, Eden Valley can help, as it also has holiday lodges to buy and rent. In addition, it hasn't just won prizes for conservation. Eden Valley Holiday Park features in the Top 100 Sites Guide 2017 compiled by Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines.
The 56 pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents are spread across several small paddocks. Some of the pitches are hardstanding, all of them have electric hook-ups. Want to extend your holiday in Cornwall? Seasonal pitches are also available at Eden Valley Holiday Park, plus the site has a caravan storage facility.
On site there is a large amenities block with toilets, showers, hand and hair dryers, shaving points, and basins with vanity mirrors. There's also a heated shower and toilet block with cubicles for males and females. The campsite has a laundrette with washing, drying and ironing facilities, while there is a separate building with a washing up and vegetable preparation area. Other handy on-site facilities include battery charging and a free ice pack service, and Calor Gas and Camping Gaz are available, too. If your phone has run out of battery or has no signal, you'll also be pleased to know that there is a payphone.
If you're taking children to enjoy their holidays in Cornwall, then this campsite will suit you as there is an adventure playground with swings, slides, climbing nets, rope bridges, a miniature earth digger, a children's fort and a timber trail. Should the weather turn, there is an indoor games room featuring a pool table, table tennis and table football.
Dogs are welcome at this campsite for a small charge, but they must be kept on the lead when around the main area. There is an exercising area for dogs where they can enjoy time off the lead, but owners must ensure that their pets are well behaved and be sure to clean up after them.
Entertainment facilities at Eden Valley Holiday Park are deliberately sparse. This campsite is much more focused on offering its guests a peaceful and calm environment in which to enjoy their motorhome, camping and caravan holidays, rather than dealing with all the noise that comes with clubhouses, pubs and restaurants.
But that doesn't mean there is nothing to do. The small town of Lostwithiel is just over the hill from the park and it centres around St Bartholomew's Church which has stood in the town for nearly 900 years. The river Fowey runs through the town and if you follow the river, a few miles outside Lostwithiel you'll come to the historic Fowey seaport, which has traditional shops, restaurants and galleries, and also serves as a haven for cruise liners and yachtsmen.
Also nearby is the Lanhydrock, where you can visit the stunning house and the large gardens, magnificent displays of rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias making it well worth a visit. Or you can walk through the woodland behind the gardens and maybe see an otter or a kingfisher. Bodmin Moor is also close to this campsite and ready for you to explore on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall.
If you're thinking of pitching at Eden Valley Holiday Park, you will be pleased to hear that previous visitors have praised the campsite's commitment to staying clean and tidy. They have also been impressed by the warmth of the staff and the stunning views of the surrounding countryside that can be enjoyed from this site.