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Ruthern Valley Holidays

Ruthern Valley Holidays is located in a lovely wooded valley near Bodmin Moor. They offer a variety of accommodation styles. They also have a fully-equipped, designated caravan and camping area. You can choose how you would like to stay.

* * * * OPEN ALL YEAR * * * *

For those who want to spend their holiday with a roof over their head, there is a wide variety of choices. They offer 8 timber cabins, 4 cedar wood bungalows and 3 static holiday caravans that are all fully-equipped for a self-catering holiday. Those who are more adventurous can try the site’s wigwams or camping huts.

Ruthern Valley Holidays touring caravan and camping area has 26 pitches. Six of these feature electric hook-ups. Facilities include a designated shower and toilet block that features solar hot water and laundry facilities.

The park feels that having space is a right and not a luxury. You will find all the accommodation areas have been designed to create a world of your own amongst friends on the park.

NEW – MEGA PODS – sleep 4
Mega Pods are spacious and cosy. There is plenty of head room and they are ideal for families or couples — year ’round. Whether you plan to be out and about every day, or relaxing on the deck with a good book, you’ll be ready for anything with the Mega Pod as your base in central Cornwall.

• Sleep 4 adults cosily – or 2 adults + 2 children
• Full double bed; sofa bed; dining table
• Lighting; plug sockets; underfloor heating
• Kitchen area with fridge, kettle, sink, cupboards
• Loo with toilet and hand basin
• Deck and picnic table
• Free WiFi and Freeview TV
• 2-night minimum stay

Wigwams are the ultimate eco cabin – double-glazed, secure and lockable, cosy and warm whatever the time of year.
Ready and waiting for you – no need to put up or take down wet tents!
• More privacy and security than a tent.
• A deck for sunbathing, dining and chilling out.
• A guaranteed dry refuge should the weather get a little damp.
• Built-in beds with memory foam mattresses, a fridge, kettle and microwave add convenience, and an electric heater gives a little extra comfort if the weather ever gets the better of the super-cosy lamb’s wool insulation (been toasty even down to -6° so far!!).

CAMPING PODS – sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children
A fantastic wooden tent to keep you warm and dry – you do need to bring all your camping gear except the tent as they are not equipped.
• More privacy and security than a tent.
• A deck for sunbathing, dining and chilling out.
• A guaranteed dry refuge should the weather get a little damp.
• The interior measures approx. 8′ x 9′.
• 2-4 people. 4 people would be very cosy!

When you stay at the park, you can get in touch with nature and wildlife, and you can also use the park as a base for exploring all of the attractions of Cornwall.

The park is centrally located in the heart of Cornwall. Within reasonable driving distance is a large variety of places to visit and experience. Within easy reach are plenty of historic houses, castles and gardens and no less than 8 golf courses within a 12-mile radius.

• The park is located 10 miles from both the north and south coasts and the beach activities that they offer. You can enjoy sun bathing, surfing and making sand castles. Those who are more adventurous can enjoy kite surfing and sea kayaking. Many of the bays offer schools for novices and for those who wish to improve their techniques.

• A 5 minute bike ride on a relatively level route can take guests to the Camel Trail, which is a 16 mile, dedicated cycling and walking route that follows the old Atlantic Coast Express railway line between Bodmin and Padstow. This route is part of the Cornish Way, which is a cycle route around Cornwall.

• Eden Project – Ever evolving, this world famous project should not be missed. New and exciting projects, displays and events keep Eden a vibrant and ever changing attraction.

• Padstow – A fishing port and home to some brilliant restaurants including Rick Stein. Excellent beaches to visit during any season.

• Pencarrow House and Gardens lies at the foot of a sweeping valley between Bodmin and Wadebridge. The largely Georgian mansion is still owned and occupied by descendants of the family who settled there in the 1500s. A great day out for families, history enthusiasts and nature and garden lovers


Visit the Ruthern Valley Holidays website for further information

Ruthern Valley Holidays

Ruthern Valley Holidays
PL30 5LU

Caravan Hire
Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Chalet Hire
Child Play Area
Cycle Hire
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Food Shop
Gas Cylinder Available
Ice Pack Facility
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Wireless Internet
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