Quality Award-winning holiday Park-Eden Valley Holiday Park is situated in a sheltered and secluded valley surrounded by tranquil and delightful countryside yet within easy reach of the favoured South Coast beaches and the more rugged North Cornwall Coastline. An ideal place for touring the county.
Touring Caravans and tents are also catered for within several small paddock areas surrounded by hedges and shrubs. The individual pitches are large and well-positioned on the periphery leaving the central parts open so there is no overcrowding.
The Park Facilities-
Large toilet block with ample toilets and hot showers, hand and hair dryers, shaving points, curtained ladies cubicles with vanity basins and mirrors.
Also an additional smaller toilet block with individual cubicles for ladies and gents.
Separate washing up and vegetable preparation rooms.
Launderette with washing machines, tumble driers and ironing facilities.
Indoor games room and wildlife interpretation room incorporating pool table, bar football table, board games with outdoor table tennis area.
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, children's fort...
Battery charging and free ice pack service,
Calor gas and Gaz at reception.
Luxury Holiday homes to buy or rent
We have now gained AA 5 Pennant status
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, centring 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.
For more information about our campsite in Cornwall please visit our website.
5 Pennants AA.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for details.
Gold David Bellamy Award.
From £15.50 - £20 per pitch per night.Visit Website www.edenvalleyholidaypark.co.uk
Features & Amenities
- Disabled Facilities
- Children Welcome
- Golf Nearby
- Coast Nearby