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24th October 2017

Meadow Lakes Holiday Park
(formerly Trencreek Farm)

South West of England Cornwall St Austell Hewas Water
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Set in 56 glorious acres of idyllic meadows woodland and lakes this small and friendly non working farm awarded the David Bellamy Silver award for Conservation offers a perfect base for a relaxing family holiday. The lakes boast superb coarse fishing and children of all ages will love the various small animals especially the popular pigs. Together with an outdoor swimming pool, a bar and a children's club there's sure to be something to suit everyone at Trencreek Farm.

A vast array of visitor attractions await in the lovely surrounding countryside from beautiful walks along the Roseland Peninsula to numerous picturesque fishing villages, harbours gardens, theme parks, museums and a wealth of safe bathing beaches.

Accommodation at Meadow Lakes Holiday Park is in caravans, bungalows or lodges. There are two types of lodge to choose from. The Willow Lodge is spacious and comfortable with two bedrooms, dishwasher, TV and terrace with furniture. The Willow Plus is similar but also has an outdoor hot tub.

Park Facilities
  • Outdoor heated swimming pool
  • Paddling pool
  • Activity barn
  • Table tennis
  • Tennis court
  • Children’s playground
  • Tots and TV room
  • Pets corner
  • Four coarse fishing lakes
  • 30 metre long zip wire
  • Dog walking area
  • Shop/off licence

Accommodation at Trencreek Farm

Sleeps
4

Chestnut Lodge

Spacious traditional lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Dishwasher. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Sleeps
10

The Farmhouse

Refurbished in 2017 to a luxurious standard, spacious two storey farmhouse. Ground floor: Two separate lounges, each with flat screen TV/DVD and one with Xbox 360. Third lounge with woodburner. Open plan kitchen/diner, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Large utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. Shower room. Garden with outdoor hot tub. First floor: One master super king size double with ensuite bath with overhead shower, one king size double, one double and two twin. Additional bath with separate shower. Double glazed and centrally heated. No pets.

Trencreek Farm Reviews

Andrea, Dursley
Date of stay: 25th September 2017
Accommodation type: Osprey 2
very good location for Eden project and lost gardens. plus cornwall villages.
Thomas, Ash
Date of stay: 25th September 2017
Accommodation type: Kestrel
Wonderful accommodation and site if one gets the weather
Ian, Laindon
Date of stay: 16th September 2017
Accommodation type: Osprey 2
The only detractors were the dead flies caught up in the curtain headings and two lights not working from start to finish of the holiday and concerns about carbon monoxide alarms not fitted. We assumed they were necessary as they had been supplied.
John, Bexleyheath, Kent
Date of stay: 8th September 2017
Accommodation type: Osprey 2
Can't fault it.
Robert, Oxford
Date of stay: 26th August 2017
Accommodation type: Osprey 2
Caravan brilliant
Naomi, Leicestershire
Date of stay: 19th August 2017
Accommodation type: Osprey 3
Not enough for the children to do on the site but over all it's a lovely place
Sally, Llanelli
Date of stay: 19th August 2017
Accommodation type: Kestrel
The caravan was lovely. It was clearly an older van as it was pet friendly but it suited us and was very clean and comfortable.
Philippa, Ipswich
Date of stay: 18th August 2017
Accommodation type: Garden Cottage 2
This is such a lovely site with a lovely local pub not too far away.

It was a little too far from beaches than we would have liked but gave us the opportunity to explore areas of Cornwall that we haven't previously.
Alison, Basingstoke
Date of stay: 18th August 2017
Accommodation type: Primrose Lodge 3
just needs a little bit of tlc on the outside, and the bench on our veranda wasn't very good, needs replacing,
Danny, Kent
Date of stay: 14th August 2017
Accommodation type: Swallow
Very very nice place, away from it all.
Andrea
only did 3 nights, caravan was very clean and had everything we needed. water and heating was very hot. lovely shower. we were staying at the end of September so pool closed. we had no children so didn't use child games room. café closed too.
Stacey
Excellent park, friendly helpful staff.
Rajeev
Had a very good time in Cornwall. Especially the stay was very tidy and very close to all the attractions, one of the best holiday park to spend time with friends and family.
John
A quiet short break was exactly what I wanted and it is exactly what I got.
Stephen
beautiful location and very good accommodation.not much entertainment on sight for the older generation but plenty of interesting places to visit locally.a very enjoyable stay and very polite staff.
Anna
A lovely Location, very friendly staff, the kids loved the swimming pool, my husband loved the fishing, and a fantastic comfortable caravan with a great seating area outside on the decking.
Tim
A nice site well kept with very helpful staff. The caravan we stayed in was best described as tired but was well equipped and spotlessly clean.
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Fun Days Out near Meadow Lakes Holiday Park

Lost Gardens of Heligan - about 2 Miles
The amazing Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Cornwall's most popular attractions and offers arrange of activities for adults and children. Besides the beauty and unique atmosphere of the gardens there are also organised events to enjoy throughout the year including a Harvest Display, Wild Food Walks, Halloween and Christmas celebrations and Book Signings.
The Eden Project - about 6 Miles
The Eden Project is a fantastic local attraction in Cornwall which will appeal to families and couples.  From the moment you step through the entrance it's clear that this is no ordinary attraction.  All under one roof you will find a giant rainforest, Horticulture courses, rock climbing, ice skating and an arts cafe.  Not all of these activities are on at one time, they are staggered throughout the year so check out the website to see what's available when you plan to visit.  Autumn at Eden is very popular with events such as daily apple pressing and Time Changing Tales (story telling with an autumn theme).
Springfields Fun Park & Pony Centre offers a day full of action and adventure for all the family come rain or shine. If the weather is good then children can take advantage of the vast open space to run around and play, enjoy pony rides, train rides, trampolines and Go-Karts and explore the nature trails. If the weather is not on your side then the huge play barn is the place to head and as climbing frames, slides, ball pool and rope swings as well as a baby and toddler area.
Dairyland Farm World - about 8 Miles
Open from end March to end October this is a lovely attraction suited to families with kids of all ages.  You don't need to worry about the weather either as this is an all weather attraction with the addition of soft play areas and a ball pool for the little ones.  Some of the highlights include the Bull Pen indoor play area, the Raging Bulls Ride, Pat-aPet and the Mini tractors.  Of course there is also the opportunity to get up close to the farm animals and try some bottle feeding.