River Valley Country Park
With a breathtaking location in one of Cornwall's most picturesque valleys, River Valley Country Park offers easy access to all the delights of the English Riviera. The site has been awarded the David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation and lies just minutes from some of the regions most beautiful beaches.
Guests at River Valley Country Park have 18 acres of countryside grounds to explore with walking and cycle paths as well as a delightful river valley and clear shallow stream. The site has a small shop selling self catering essentials and more shops and restaurants are within a 10 minute drive.
There are three types of lodge and a range of caravans to choose from. The Willow 3 Lodge is an outstanding and very spacious lodge with one double and two twin bedrooms as well as a bathroom with overhead shower. The kitchen is equipped with a Dishwasher to make self catering as easy as possible. The Willow Lodge Plus has two bedrooms and is similar but also has a private out door hot tub.
- Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. Dishwasher
- iPod docking station with bluetooth speaker
- Comfortable caravans or lodges all with countryside views.
- Outdoor hot tub (in Maple Lodge Plus only)
- Flat screen TV with Freeview
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bath and/or shower
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival (in lodges only)
- Verandah with furniture (in lodges only)
- Double glazed and centrally heated
- Gas and electricity included
- Babies must be included in party total
- Travel cots £10.50pw each (in lodges only)
- Cot rails £10.50pw each (in caravans only)
- Highchairs £10.50pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets £40pw each (max 2)
- (in specific accommodation only)
Maple Lodge Plus
Comfortable, spacious lodge. One double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. DVD. iPod docking station with bluetooth speaker. Dishwasher. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.
Loved every minute would definitely come back!
Had a lovely four night break . Peaceful setting with lovely places to visit not too far away . The hot tub was great , the only thing I would say is I wouldn't have minded it being a bit cooler in the tub .
Caravan very clean and comfortable. The bed was comfortable too. No back aches, which is not always the case in a caravan.
David, Milton Keynes
Comfortable lodge with everything you would need for an enjoyable stay
Date of stay: 3rd June 2017
Accommodation type: Kestrel
Big enough for 6 children! Kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed
Date of stay: 3rd June 2017
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
Spacious, comfortable and a pleasure to stay in. Will definitely book again.
Date of stay: 22nd April 2017
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
Amazing holiday! We loved every moment
Pavan, Stoke On Trent
Its very good caravan. The only thing us very poor wifi connection. It would be better if there is internet.
I have not been on a caravan holiday for years and was very pleased with facilities and comfort. The shower was great. I was on holiday by myself.
Very comfortable and relaxing break .pleasant surroundings
Fantastdic lodge loved it so much
We absolutely loved this peaceful and friendly site. The facilities were top rate the staff we helpful and cheerful and friendly and the caravan was spotlessly clean and well equipped. The surroundings were beautiful and it is located close to lots of interesting places. I would recommend it to everyone I know and hope to be back next year!
Enjoyed our stay. Nice quiet site. Caravan very clean and comfortable.
Very clean, lovely walks. Staff were very helpful. Only issue was internet access for those who needed it. Rural location more than made up for it. Would definitely go again
We have now stayed at this park several times and have never been disappointed. The Lodge we stayed in this time was particularly comfortable and spacious.
The park setting is beautiful and I would recommend to anyone.
We had a fantastic time here. Everything was so clean and the site itself was brilliant
This was our 3 year on the trot at this site and we will be back next year lovely quite site the hot tub a bonus handy for everything.
Lovely quiet site with a pretty river run through it. Site very clean. Caravan large and clean. Staff excellent when we had a problem, dealing with it immediately. Only one little gripe was that we weren't able to buy milk in the shop and after a journey of over 300 miles, I was dying for a cuppe.
We had a brilliant holiday whilst staying at River Valley, the caravan wasn't the nicest one we've ever stayed in but it was clean, comfortable and well equipped. The location made a great base for exploring a lot of what deepest Cornwall has to offer and I wouldn't hesitate in booking to stay here again.
Fantastic holiday really enjoyed it. Caravan was spotless and the staff are really friendly and helpful. Would definitely go again!
Paradise Park first opened its doors in Cornwall in 1973 and has been one of the regions top attractions ever since. What was once just a tropical bird garden is now a refuge for many different species of animal and aims to be educational as well as fun for its visitors. The inhabitants include some typical UK creatures including Otters, and Red Squirrels as well as some more unusual and rare animals including Red Pandas. Younger children will enjoy meeting the friendly animals in the farm area. The site has recently been extended and now also has a fantastic Jungle Barn where kids can let of steam.
A fantastic attraction with something for everyone. Combining rides, activities and exhibitions it's all here in the one place. Look out for seasonal events too such as the Fire in the Sky event on 27th October 2010 - discount advance tickets are available for most of the events so don't forget to check out their website. Some of the most popular thrill rides include the first Twisting Droptower in the UK called the Skyraker 001. The Hornert Rollercoaster is also not to be missed.
The Rock Gardens Caves and Nursery have an amazing setting in the old Palace Quarry. The gardens offer an abundance of trees, plants and floral displays including a very grand 80ft Elm Tree and a stunning Weeping Ash. The site also offers a large carp pond, a breathtaking illuminated cave and a tea room serving tasty local produce.
Land's End is one of Britain's best loved landmarks with its unique location offering breathtaking scenery and great natural splendour. The site has been developed to offer five family friendly attractions including an exhibition centre currently showing a fantastic Dr Who exhibition - a must for fans of the show. Other attractions include Scull Rock - A 4D film experience and Greeb Farm - A small animal farm which is sure to be a big hit with younger children. Inclusive tickets for all attractions are excellent value with a family of four costing just £25.00