Last weekend we were fortunate to spend time in Cornwall once again. This time on the North Shore, Crantock Beach, we headed to Trevella Park
, bathed in July sunshine,.
This was my first time staying in a caravan park in Cornwall
, I didn't really know what to expect. Driving down the Hydrangea hedged lane we glimpsed beautiful landscaped gardens with caravans dotted through the fields. The late evening sunshine glancing through the trees, at first sight it was beautiful.
A warm welcome, we were shown our caravan, in the meadow. A small field at the side of the park, with about 8 caravans in total. Peaceful. The caravan itself was simply decorated, with everything we could wish for. A perfect base for our weekend.
Over the weekend we had a Ranger
guided tour of the park, showing us the wildlife in the hedgerows, and lakes. The boys ran and played, catching butterflies and bugs in the huge nets. We made full use of the outdoor pool, spending every morning before breakfast swimming and diving into the warm water. And after the beach adventures, we played Crazy Golf until the sun had set.
Trevella Park is wonderfully situated, just 10 minutes by car to Newquay. And a short 15 minute walk across fields to Crantock beach. With weather like we have been having, you couldn't wish for more.
More to follow... the beach, Trerice and the Eden Project.
We stayed here courtesy of Trevella Park.
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