Grass Pitch with Electric

UK England South West England Cornwall Mevagissey Tregarton Park

  • Sleeps 5 (max 2 adults, 3 children)
Large, level, hedged pitch with free electric hookup

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Large, level, hedged pitch with free electric hookup
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About Tregarton Park

Suitable For

Tents, trailer tents, touring caravans, motor caravans, families, couples and dogs (max 2) – yes. Groups – no.

Nearby

Tregarton is situated less than two miles from Porthluney Cove, a secluded family (and dog friendly) beach with a large expanse of golden sand. There's plenty of room for games and it’s suitable for swimming. Whilst there, take the guided tour of nearby Caerhays Castle (01872 501310). The 100 acres of beautiful woodland gardens are lovely and hosts the largest collection of magnolias in England. Scenic Fowey has an impressive maritime history; in the fourteenth century attacks on Spanish and French coastal towns were operated from here. To defend against counter-raids, Henry VIII constructed St Catherine’s Castle (0117 9750 700), a pair of small artillery forts consisting of two storeys with gun ports at ground level above Readymoney Beach. Fowey later prospered by shipping china clay (quarried at the clay pits around St Austell) but the trade has long disappeared, and Fowey has now reinvented itself for summertime tourists. The ferry crossing from the nearby fishing village of Mevagissey is a lovely way to get there. Mevagissey itself is a lovely Cornish fishing village, where you can wander the narrow alleyways, browse gift shops and art galleries, or try your hand at mackerel fishing or crabbing. The harbour at Pentewan (meaning foot of the radiant stream) dates back to medieval times, when the village was mainly a fishing community. There’s an excellent bike trail running alongside a river with bikes to hire for all the family. Charlestown is a short drive, and well worth a visit with lots of lovely shops, cafes and restaurants.

Food & Drink

Tregarton offers a take-away service and during the height of summer, lunches and early evening meals are available by the swimming pool. For fresh local ingredients take the 2 mile trip to Lobbs Farm Shop (01726 844411.) This family run farm produce, supply and deliver first rate quality meats, with all beef and lamb sold in the shop being born and reared on the farm. For a top-notch takeaway, treat yourself to one of their specialty Cornish Hampers. Fresh fish can also be bought right on the harbour at nearby Mevagissey (3 miles.) The site's local pub, the Barley Sheaf (01726 843330), is only 1 mile away in the village of Gorran and offers excellent homemade food all year round. Portions are huge and the Cornish Fish Platter will sate any appetite. Two miles down the road you will find the boutique Llawnroc Hotel (01726 843461) serving quality bistro meals as well as traditional afternoon tea from £14.50. Lunch is served between 12-6pm with soups, sandwiches and salads on offer, as well as burgers and fish cakes. A few miles north in St. Ewe is the lovably traditional Crown Inn (01726 843322.) The welcome, atmosphere and reasonably priced food are all excellent, with the duck particularly tasty.

Family Friendly

Old-world agricultural charms married with modern, high-tech facilities. You could camp with old grandpa and the tiniest of kiddies and they'd both be in their element here. It's like a camping holiday for the winners of The Generation Game.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 11 reviews

★★★★★

We return here every year 🏕

This park has a wonderful, welcoming family feel about it. We head here most years - from 10 minutes up the road! The site is immaculately kept by such a hardworking team that work tirelessly to provide the best holiday experience. Pitches are generous, beautifully kept with privacy hedgerows and ample space to park alongside. The heated pool is a hit with the children and adults! There are many Covid safe measures across the park too. One way systems, screens between basins and also a food ordering app. Food and drinks are so reasonably priced it left us feeling like we’d had a 5* holiday! £1.50 for a delicious ice cream delivered to your poolside lounger! It was impossible not to overindulge! Thanks for another great trip! See you next year! (We’ve booked early this year!)
★★★★★

Everything you could want

This place is amazing! Great facilities in the main building and all kept to a high standard. We only stayed for 2 nights but wish we had booked more. Staff were friendly and accommodating. The pitches are very generous, you could easily get 2 large tents on a pitch. The only downside is the road noise in the morning from 6am onwards but I am a light sleeper. We will be returning next year 👍
Aug 22, 2021 by Craig George Verified Review
★★★★★

Wonderful break in tremendous Tregarton

Spent a fantastic few days and nights at Tregarton and were so impressed with the site and staff. The whole family enjoyed many visits to the pool and loved playing tennis, table tennis and table football. All facilities were maintained to an impeccable standard by the tireless work of the friendly staff who went out of their way to accommodate. Ordering food to the tent was so convenient and easy, and delightful desserts were enjoyed by all. It was also nice to use the well stocked and very reasonable camp shop (children loved the fidgets!!). Booked up for next year before leaving and would highly recommend a stay here to any families. Thank you Tregarton!
★★★★★

Well managed, family friendly site.

Swimming pool was the highlight of my granddaughter's week! The site is well managed by a friendly, helpful team. Even though it was busy, we rarely had to queue for toilets or showers, which were kept really clean too! The cafe and takeaway service were a real bonus after a long day. Close to beaches and lovely villages, we enjoyed exploring or relaxing on the site. Highly recommended for young families.
Jul 30, 2021 by janedeere
★★★★★

Friendly owners, tidy well kept site.

Very friendly management, nothing too much trouble, even sited and leveled our touring caravan, very good price for a serviced pitch, clean & tidy site. Covid regulations were very good and made us feel safe. The take away food, delivered to our pitch was excellent good tasting food, no grease or limp salad, perfect like home cooked.Can't praise them enough everything a holiday maker wants, lots of thought has gone into this site to make your holiday relaxing and easy. Best site we've been to in a long time, been touring for 40 years.
Sep 27, 2020 by David Carton Verified Review
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Location

Tregarton Park is located at Gorran, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL26 6NF

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Getting There

Leave St. Austell travelling south on the B3273 passing through London Apprentice and Pentewan. Follow the sites brown tourist signs to the park by turning right at the crossroads at the top of the hill (towards the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Gorran Haven.) We suggest you do not use Satellite Navigation.

The sites nearest Train Station is St. Austell (7 miles away) and the closed bus stop is at the Lost Gardens of Heligan (2 miles.)