The Hill family run their campsite on 36 acres of beautiful woodland and grounds at this 17th century manor house between Newquay and Padstow and around 20 minutes from the glorious beaches on the North coast.
Fresh air, beautiful surroundings and great facilities make this a popular choice for families visiting Cornwall. With lots of space you can decide where you want to pitch your tent or caravan. The well-stocked shop sells locally baked bread and cakes, hot food (including pasties) and a fish and chip van visits once a week.
The 25m heated swimming pool is open during high season and can be open air or, if the weather changes, covered by a dome. There’s a small charge for swimmers, but spectators can go free. There’s lots to see and do on the campsite including organised barbecues, football matches in a big field and tractor rides. You can also borrow books and use the free wifi in the library.
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The grounds are beautiful and Trewan Hall has held a David Bellamy Gold Award for its conservation work for the past 15 years.
There’s free entertainment for all the family throughout the season which takes place in a converted barn from music and magicians to a wildlife show.