St Mabyn Holiday Park
St Mabyn Holiday Park in Cornwall is a great place for either a self-catering or an idyllic touring holiday away from the stresses of normal, everyday life.
St. Mabyn offers:
? • Holiday homes and timber lodges for sale
? • Touring holidays for caravans, motor homes, trailer tents and tents
? • Extra-large pitches for large motor homes, including US RVs and 5th wheelers
? • Self-catering holidays in chalets and static caravans
? • Seasonal pitches for touring caravans
? • Winter storage for touring caravans
St Mabyn Holiday Park is located just a short drive from the Cornish Coast. It makes a great base for sightseeing and exploring the area. The local area is one of the sunniest and driest areas of the United Kingdom. You will find some of the sandiest beaches in all of the land. Many of the beaches are ideal for surfing.
The local area is full of history, including picturesque villages, rivers, creeks, unspoiled coastline and famous countryside. South of the site is the lovely Camel Valley and to the north is Bodmin Moor.
Even the most discerning visitor will find attractions to suit them. There are award winning beaches, bathing, water sports, lively resorts, historical sites, nature reserves and shopping centres. St. Mabyn is within easy reach of many museums, galleries, craft shops and specialist restaurants that use fine produce.
Within easy walking distance of St Mabyn Holiday Park is the village of St. Mabyn. They feature a post office and a 17th century inn. The inn is a friendly local establishment that serves real ales and has a great reputation for serving home cooked food. Some of the filming of the '??Doc Martin' series on TV is done at the St. Mabyn Inn.
Just 2½ miles away from St Mabyn Holiday Park is the popular Camel Trail, which is Cornwall's most popular free attraction. It is not a road or a path but is in fact a stretch of converted railway that is ideal for walking, jogging or cycling. It winds its way through some of England's most lovely and relatively unknown coastal scenery and countryside. You will find 11 miles of disused railway beside the River Camel that have been converted from the rail track bed to trail way. They link the towns of Padstow, Wadebridge and Bodmin. An offshoot of Camel Trail follows the river through North Cornwall's rugged moorland village landscapes and idyllic wooded valleys. It leads towards the quaint market town of Camelford. You will find the hub of the Camel Trail at Wadebridge. From the hub there are two possibilities, one being to head west to follow the trail to Padstow.
This trail goes through some of the loveliest countryside in England. You can see magnificent views out over the Camel estuary, which are complimented with little tributaries that disappear into the heart of the amazing north Cornwall countryside. It also reveals little inland coves and beaches at low tide. Your second option is to head inland eastwardly toward the town of Bodmin. On this trail you will find equally inspirational surroundings and a variety of interesting diversions along the way.
St. Mabyn itself offers guests peace and relaxation in a beautiful setting while providing plenty of on-site activities. Both touring and self-catering holidaymakers can enjoy a day by the swimming pool while they keep an eye on the children in the children's play area.
They will make sure that you have a happy and relaxed holiday while providing everything you need for your stay. You can buy your own holiday home or timber lodge at the site. You can also choose to hire a luxurious self-catering holiday chalet or fully equipped static caravan. They also provide pitches for your motor home, touring caravan or tent.
St Mabyn Holiday Park offer self-catering in caravan holiday homes and luxury chalets that are set in 12 acres of landscaped parkland.
The holiday homes have all the comforts of home, but they are set in a unique and individual setting. Each home is surrounded by lovely and tranquil countryside. Self-catering holidays offer guests the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The experience of self-catering is not a low cost alternative to a holiday cottage or bed and breakfast, but it is in fact a special holiday experience in its own right.
St. Mabyn offers a total of 120 pitches, either grass or hard standing. Each pitch is spacious and is well maintained. A majority of the pitches have electric hook-up points. They are supplied with 240 volt electricity through a standard EEC 16 amp socket.
Conveniently situated around the park are drinking water and waste points. St. Mabyn has a very high standard of cleanliness for all of their facilities. Their facilities include a toilet and shower block that features free hot showers and a laundrette.
Hard Standing / Super pitches / Extra large pitches:
We have 43 hard standing pitches with grass to pitch your awning and 6 Super pitches with their own electric, water and waste. In addition, several of our pitches are long enough to accommodate the largest of motorhomes such as Hymer B class, Autotrail Cheyenne and Scout, Rapido, Pilote and Dethleffs as well as some US RV's and 5th wheelers.
We also offer Seasonal Pitches and Winter Storage - please contact us for further details.
HOLIDAY HOMES FOR SALE
Our new development of Holiday Lodges at St Mabyn blends in beautifully with the quiet parkland setting to provide a haven of peace and tranquillity. You'll feel at home within minutes, thanks to top quality furniture, luxurious upholstery and a superb range of fittings and appliances. Each Lodge features double glazing, central heating, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, full size bath, patio doors and vaulted ceilings. You'll have all the comforts of home.
Visit the St Mabyn Holiday Park website for further information
St Mabyn Holiday Park