Eden Valley Holiday Park
Situated in a sheltered and secluded valley, Eden Valley Holiday Park, which was formerly called Powderham, is surrounded by peaceful, great countryside. The site is located within 400 metres of the A390 leading to St. Austell Bay and the good south coast beaches that are noted for their safe bathing. Still, the park is located only half an hour from the north coast. The park offers easy access to the main roads, which makes it a great base for touring all of Cornwall.
Eden Valley Holiday Park caters to families and couples that do not want to hear the noise or feel the intrusion of a clubhouse, bar or live entertainment. They believe this environment is detrimental to a holidaymaker that would prefer to stay in natural surroundings absent of commercialism. They are going for a true, holiday camp atmosphere.
They have thoughtfully landscaped the park by extensively planting it with trees and shrubs in order to provide shelter and seclusion for their large touring and camping areas. Each individual pitch is spacious and is positioned on the outside of several paddocks. This leaves the central parts open. There is no overcrowding at Eden Valley.
There is plenty of room for children to play safely on the park. They feature an acclaimed adventure playground that will amuse children for hours. The park is family-run and the owners are residents of the park. They are available for any queries that guests may have.
• Large toilet block with ample toilets and hot showers, hand dryers, shaving points, curtained ladies cubicles with vanity basins and mirrors
• An additional heated toilet/shower block with individual cubicles for ladies and gents
• Separate washing up and vegetable preparation rooms
• WiFi available
• Launderette with washing machines, tumble driers and ironing facilities
• Indoor games room, pool table, tennis, bar football table. Wildlife room with information on walks, wildlife and conservation ideas
• Separate dog exercise paddock
• Children’s adventure playground – An entirely separate area where children can play in freedom – swings, slides, scrambling nets, rope bridges, miniature earth digger, childrens fort.. And timber trail!
• Battery charging and free ice pack service
• Calor gas and Gaz at reception
Eden Valley Holiday Park has a small number of holiday caravans, but they are privately-owned and for their owners' personal use. They are not available for letting. These caravans are sited discreetly away from main areas that are reserved for touring. They have very high standards throughout their entire site. They have a high number of visitors who return regularly, which demonstrates that they are satisfied with their experience at the park.
NEW AND USED STATIC CARAVANS AND LODGES FOR SALE
In addition to their holiday home caravans, Eden Valley Holiday Park have recently developed a separate holiday lodge area. This provides discerning guests with the opportunity to rent a great, top quality lodge.
OUT AND ABOUT
Eden Valley Holiday Park is an ideal base to tour this beautiful part of the country:
Lostwithiel: Just over the hill from Eden Valley lies the ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel Cornwall's hidden treasure, nestling in the Fowey River valley and overlooked by the 12th century Restormel Castle. This ancient town with its quaint old buildings is full of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, centering around St. Bartholomew church which dates back to before 1170. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside with the Fowey River meandering through the centre of the town.
Fowey: Follow the river down from Lostwithiel for some 6 miles and you will find the historic seaport of Fowey. A natural harbour and a haven for yachtsmen and also a popular destination for several cruise liners. The town has a selection of quality restaurants, local shops and galleries, exhibiting local artists work..
Lanhydrock: The National Trust jewel in the crown. A perfect historic country house and gardens a magnificent collection of magnolias, camellias and rhododendrons. Beyond you can follow numerous paths through woods and parkland down to the banks of the River Fowey, haunt of otters and kingfishers.
Bodmin Moor: Home to the Beast of Bodmin the wild and beautiful moor has a wealth of mysteries, legends and archaeological remains:- standing stones, burial chambers, bridges, cottages and farms all built from granite boulders taken from the surface of the moor.
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Eden Valley Holiday Park
Eden Valley Holiday Park, Lanlivery, Cornwall, PL30 5BU