There are many types of accommodation available at this park. A choice of roomy, comfortable caravans with two or three bedrooms, sleeping as many as eight people, or the more luxurious two and three bedroomed lodges that give a real sense of home from home.
All accommodation includes colour TV, a fully fitted kitchen with cooker, fridge, cooking utensils and crockery, and a bathroom with shower, wash basin and toilet, and all are centrally heated and double glazed, including the wheelchair-friendly units which also have ramp access, extra wide doors, under bed storage space, grab rails and raised toilets in the bathroom, with a fold-down shower seat, and extra wide corridors.
There’s also the alternative of using the caravan park, which will accept tents, touring caravans, trailer tents or motorhomes, with electric hook-ups at all pitches. There are two shower and toilet blocks with baby changing facilities, and a launderette with drying and ironing facilities which are chargeable separately.
Dogs are allowed, with an extra fee, in some accommodations, which come with all the comforts and furnishings you’d expect from a Parkdean holiday home, allowing you to enjoy your holiday or short break in comfort and style with your doggy friend.
The outdoor facilities at the park include three outdoor pools with a 200ft waterslide, an assault course and other play areas, a 9-hole Pitch and Putt course, and an American pool Room.
Young guests can meet with Sid the Seagull and Lizzie the Lizard, two characters who perform their own shows with stories and games. There’s a fun club , Star Landers, for pre-school children to 10 year olds, who can join in with various activities and have a chance to win prizes from Sid and Lizzie’s prize box, while 10 to 15 year olds can hang out with the Freestyle Club, meeting kids their own age and joining in as much as they want with sporting events, talent shows, or workshops.
When it’s time to eat, there’s Kiosk by the pool serving drinks, ice cream and sandwiches, or you can choose a sit down meal in the restaurant. The Tregenna Bar & Grill is in the entertainment complex, and provides a relaxed atmosphere in which to unwind in the evenings. They serve Costa coffee and you can choose a meals from the Lets Eat menu. For a more lively time, The Venue provides a programme of evening entertainment for all the family.
Newquay’s coastline has an abundance of beaches. Some are great for walking on, some for surfing, and others for making sandcastles. All are good for relaxing in the sunshine. A good many allow dogs all year round, others ban them from 1st of may until 30th September. Within easy reach of Newquay there are also the towns of St Austell, Porperro, Looe, Penzance and St Ives to explore.
Newquay Holiday Park has the following types of accommodation.
The following facilities are available at Newquay Holiday Park. Some facilities may not be available low season and some may be subject to a small fee.