Get away from it all this year and head to the coast with a break at our quiet holiday park in Newquay.
If a quiet break by the sea sounds like your idea of holiday heaven then you’ve come to the right place. Our park isn’t loud or brash and there’s no noisy clubhouse here. Trevella is just the ideal place for relaxing getaways on Cornwall’s north coast.
We regularly win awards for the holiday experiences we offer our guests and take great pride in providing you with unforgettable holiday memories. But why should you choose a holiday at Trevella this year?
About our holiday park in Newquay
Put simply, we don’t think there’s anywhere quite like Trevella. From our range of on-park facilities, including heated outdoor pool, café, shop and launderette, to our range of accommodation and stunning setting close to the picturesque village of Crantock, our holiday park is the ideal place for short breaks and extended holidays.
We’re also a popular choice for fishing holidays in Cornwall with two lakes for you to choose from. Trevella Lake has an abundance of carp, tench, bream, roach and rudd while Springfield Lake has more than 150 carp, including some at 24lb-plus. Our resident fishing warden provides useful advice and guests can hire and buy equipment including rods, hooks, line and floats from our bait shop, by the entrance to Trevella Lake.
Our holiday park in Newquay is great for families and kids will love our on-park Ranger activities in the summer months. Our Ranger goes adventuring twice a day during school holidays, with fishing, crabbing, pond dipping, nature walks and bug hunts among the activities available for kids aged 4 and up. Adventures take place in and around Trevella Park – at our fishing lakes, among the woodlands, along the Gannel Estuary and on the sandy expanse of nearby Crantock Beach.
Location, location, location. Yes, you guessed it, it’s all about location! And at Trevella you certainly won’t be disappointed with our setting on Cornwall’s north coast. We’re just a few minutes from one of region’s finest beaches, a stone’s throw from a picturesque village and close to one of county’s most vibrant resorts (yet far enough away to avoid all the hustle and bustle.)
Bring the family and make the most the beautiful surroundings. Put your best foot forward and explore the spectacular South West Coast Path and mysterious Bodmin Moor, discover hidden coves and secret stretches of sand along the Cornish coast or follow in the footsteps of Ross and Demelza and visit the iconic film locations of Poldark.
Our holiday park in Newquay is surrounded by some of the region’s most iconic destinations. From St Michael’s Mount and picturesque Padstow to Tintagel and Port Isaac – the home of TV’s grump Doc Martin. Where will your adventure take you?
Cornwall is famous for its dramatic coastline, with miles of stunning beaches and hidden coves just waiting to be explored. We’re blessed with a location close to one of Cornwall’s finest – Crantock Beach. Owned by the National Trust, this large beach is great for quiet walks, a spot of surfing, or a BBQ on the sand. It has the added bonus of being just a few minutes from our park and is often much quieter than neighbouring beaches in Newquay, even in the summer weeks.
However, should you wish to venture further afield in search of the perfect stretch of golden sand, then take a look at just a few of our favourites, which aren’t too far from our holiday park in Newquay…
- Fistral Beach: Arguably one of Europe’s finest surfing beaches, Fistral is the place to go for surfing, sunbathing and family fun. It can get very busy in the summer but it’s definitely worth a go…
- Harlyn: Considered one of the best family beaches in Cornwall, Harlyn Bay is a wide and spacious beach of yellow sand and pebbles with plenty of interesting rock pools backed by dunes
- Constantine: With a reputation as one of the best surfing beaches in North Cornwall Constantine Bay beach offers a sweeping arc of gently shelving soft pale sands.
- Perranporth: A huge beach with golden sand washed by the Atlantic Ocean. Ideal for families, walkers, surfers and even horses. You can also enjoy a bite to eat and a drink at the Watering Hole pub, which is perched directly on the beach!
- Watergate Bay: Watergate has 2 miles of golden sand, fantastic for surfers + activity lovers of all ages and abilities. Good access. Parking. Toilets. Fantastic amenities. Dog friendly year-round. It’s also home to Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall restaurant, which is the ultimate place to enjoy a great meal looking out over the water…
Things to see and do nearby
Away from the beaches and the coastline, Cornwall is home to some fantastic family attractions, which are particularly handy for when the weather isn’t being so kind (and you’ve got little ones to entertain!). Here’s our pick of the bunch…
1. The Eden Project: The internationally famous Eden Project is a spectacular global garden that tells the story of mankind’s dependence on plants. The Rainforest Biome ̶ big enough to hold the Tower of London ̶ houses exotics species from the tropics and rainforests. The smaller Mediterranean Biome showcases plants from civilisations around the Mediterranean, southern Africa and America.
2. Minack Theatre: This unique open-air theatre has been created from the cliff side at Porthcurno. The theatre, which has spectacular views from Porthcurno Bay to Logan Rock, hosts a summer-long season of plays, opera and musicals under the stars.
3. Lost Gardens of Heligan: Heligan’s 200 acres of gardens include Victorian Productive Gardens, formal Pleasure Gardens, a sub-tropical Jungle and a pioneering Wildlife Project, all hidden under impenetrable brambles and gorse until recent times.
4. Newquay Zoo: Just a short drive from our holiday park, this popular attraction is home to hundreds of exotic species from around the world. It also has a children’s play area, a regular line-up of events, good food & easy access. A great day out for all the family!
5. Blue Reef Aquarium: During your visit a dazzling undersea safari will lead you through the oceans of the world, from the local Cornish coast to the stunning beauty of the Tropical Reef. More than 40 innovative displays vividly bring to life the sights, sounds and smells of the sea, whilst regular feeding displays, rock-pool workshops and informative talks provide a fun and fascinating day out.
Cornwall is also famed for its picturesque locations. If you want to while away your days exploring picture-postcard coastal towns and charming fishing villages then you’re in luck! Nearby you can visit places such as Padstow, the home town of celebrity chef Rick Stein, Port Isaac – the place where TV’s Doc Martin is filmed or why not visit the iconic St Michael’s Mount?
Accommodation range at our holiday park in Newquay
Whatever your preference may be our holiday park in Newquay has got it covered! Trevella is the destination for Cornwall caravan holidays but is also a popular choice for holiday lodges, touring and camping and glamping in Cornwall.