Trevella Park in Crantock has won bronze in Cornwall Tourism’s Holiday Park of the Year awards (6 November).
The prestigious prize is the latest to be picked up by Trevella, which was also given a David Bellamy Gold Award for the 16th consecutive year in October.
Judges in the Holiday Park of the Year awards were choosing from a record number of entries in 2014 and described Trevella Park as: “A big site with great and new facilities, including outstanding fishing lakes that are excellent for father and son days, plus lovely walks to the beach.”
Malcolm Bell, Head of Visit Cornwall, said: “To reach the finals in the Cornwall Tourism Awards is a worthy achievement and signifies success in a rigorous judging process which saw the businesses scored, mystery shopped and debated by a panel of industry professionals.” comments
Kieran Lynch, general manager of Trevella Park, says his team deserves the credit for the park’s bronze award. “Every year our aim is to consistently provide outstanding customer service. By aiming for excellence, we can be sure that the holidaymakers who stay with us will always remember their break at Trevella.
“We are delighted to win the bronze award, which we’ll use as a stepping stone to great achievements in 2015.
“We believe our setting and the ‘Simple Pleasures’ of Cornwall are what makes a holiday at Trevella Park so special, and so instead of a giant leisure complex, bar and entertainments teams keeping people on site, we’ve introduced safari tents, Ranger Adventures and a guide to 50 Great Adventures that celebrate the region and encourage our guests to explore the local area.”