Trethem Mill Touring Park
Situated in rolling countryside, three miles from the stylish village of St Mawes and just a mile from the sea, multi-award winning Trethem Mill provides the ultimate retreat for those visiting Cornwall with a caravan, motorhome, or tent.
Run by Ian and his wife Jane, their son Jake, Ian’s dad Derek and Georgie the dog, guests can expect a warm welcome on arriving at Trethem Mill. The park is the only five-star camping accommodation on the Roseland Peninsula, offering families and couples immaculate facilities in a haven of peace and tranquillity.
Each of the park’s pitches are individually hedged, providing space and privacy for your stay. Choose from fully serviced, all weather or grass pitches – all of which offer 16-amp electrical hook-up points and a TV point.
The site is dog friendly and exceptionally well equipped, with a licensed shop filled with local produce and fresh artisan bread available to order, a laundrette, toilets and showers - alongside individual shower rooms. There is also plenty to keep children of all ages entertained, from the enclosed play park to the large recreation ground with goal posts and nets – perfect for a little inter-family competition.
Ideally positioned to explore some of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall, there is plenty to see and do in the area around Trethem Mill. Head over to the idyllic fishing village of St Mawes, for a family day out - winding your way around the quaint streets, visiting the historic castle or enjoying a cream tea – a must when visiting the county.
Take advantage of the fantastic network of walks on the Roseland Peninsula too – meandering along clifftops, wandering through stunning countryside and exploring hidden coves along the way. We recommend exploring the Messack Point walk, which enjoys wonderful views across the Carrick Roads. Looking to explore a little further? Hop onto the Fal River Ferry for a boat trip to remember.
The nearby beaches of Porthcurnick and Towan are also within a 10-minute drive of the park. Both are dog friendly, have plenty of rock pools to explore and acres of golden sand to create masterpiece sandcastles with. Or why not simply wander hand-in-hand and enjoy the breath-taking surroundings?
The wildlife. Winner of a Gold David Bellamy Award for Conservation, there are nesting boxes for bats and birds, as well as planting which attracts butterflies and insects throughout the park.
The ‘help yourself herb garden’. Filled with delicious herbs, why not pick a few to add to your evening meal?