PUBLISHED: 22:15 15 May 2014 | UPDATED: 13:15 30 August 2017



The Park in Mawgan Porth,is a beautiful holiday venue which has found its way into the hearts of so many regular visitors to Cornwall

Arriving at in Mawgan Porth, it's easy to see why this beautiful venue has found its way into the hearts of so many regular visitors

We have guests who have stayed in same lodge or caravan every year for many years,’ admits manager Philip Niemand as we tour one of their unique and carefully designed holiday spaces. People book their next year’s holiday as they leave. We are really lucky that so many of our visitors keep coming back.’ But a look at some of the accommodation on offer, and activities, show luck has less to do with it than the hard work and thoughtfulness that has gone into every inch of The Park.

Eco lodges featuring every luxury (including hot tubs) without costing the earth, beach houses, luxury cottages and family lodges (and that includes four-legged family members) and even older caravans – which have been kept because of their popularity among regulars. Each place has been interior designed individually by its owner, with quirky and thoughtful pieces of art, furniture and décor.

And if you are looking for something a little unusual, you won’t be disappointed head for one of their 1950s Air Stream trailers, complete with wind-up windows, or the yurt village, which has six Mongolian yurts and its own cooking hut.

Sitting just a few hundred yards from the beach, ideal for surfing, as the coastal paths are for cycling or walking the dog and head up to neighbouring Watergate Bay and its expansive beach offering water-sports and great places to eat including Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant. Also close by is , a popular old Cornish fishing town home to Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth'sRestaurants.

Closer to home there is a leisure centre featuring an indoor and heated outdoor pool, steam room and sauna and kids’ play area. There is a fantastic eatery that has the menu of a restaurant, but the prices and relaxed environment of a café. Their menu includes great local produce – and delicious homemade breads. On the deck there is a wood burning oven for pizzas.

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