Visit Cornwall on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays and pitch at Carnevas Farm Holiday Park, a wonderful family holiday destination a short distance from the popular town of Padstow.
The park is open from the beginning of April until the end of October every year, and welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents. As well as pitches for such accommodation, the park also has holiday homes and chalets for hire, in addition to The Coach House, a cosy comfortable country cottage.
A combination of flat and gently sloping pitches are available, while a number of them have electric hook-ups. Facilities at Carnevas Farm Holiday Park to guarantee guests’ comfort, including toilets and basins, showers, a laundrette, a washing up area and gas canister exchanges. There's also a games room, a well-stocked convenience store, which is open from May to September and sells grocery essentials as well as beach toys and camping accessories, and a friendly bar serving an excellent range of drinks and locally sourced food produce. Live entertainment is provided in the bar at selected times throughout the year. Outdoors, there is a children’s play area.
The site is ideally situated for guests looking to explore Cornwall. If you love walking holidays, you're in for a real treat, as the South West Coast Parth runs very close to this campsite, and will take you for miles and miles along the shoreline.
Padstow is only about a 15-minute drive from Carnevas Farm Holiday Park and as well as being a handy place to go shopping as it has a Tesco supermarket as well as many other independent shops, this famous town and fishing port is known for its associations with the TV chef Rick Stein who owns and runs several eateries here.
But there are a lot of other things to do in Padstow, too. You could hire a bike and explore the area on two wheels, go to the National Lobster Hatchery, enjoy a wander around the harbour or maybe head to one of the many beaches, such as Treyarnon Bay Beach, Constantine Bay Beach or Harlyn Bay – you could even have a go at surfing. You could also take a tour of the stunning Prideaux Place, which is on the outskirts of Padstow.
Within half an hour's drive in the other direction from Carnevas Farm Holiday Park you'll reach another world renowned coastal town – Newquay. Many people, of course, visit Newquay to go surfing, Fistral Beach a famous destination. However, there's also a golf club here with sea views, as well as a zoo and plenty of places to grab something to eat and enjoy watching the world go by. There is also the Blue Reef Aquarium which makes for a great day out. The dramatic coastal views at Carnewas, the shop and cafe and Bedruthan beach might make a nice place to stop for a break en route from this campsite to or from Newquay. This is also, officially, a Dark Skies Discovery Site, so great for star gazing.
Camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall have long been very popular and staying at Carnevas Farm Holiday Park, you're well placed to get the most from this special county.