There are so many reasons to stay at our tranquil caravan park in Newquay that it may take a little time to explain. So, please bear with us as we run through why Treworgans is the holiday park of choice for so many families and couples…
Somewhat bizarrely, we must start this post by stating that Treworgans isn’t for everyone. And by that we mean that it isn’t a caravan park that appeals to all types of visitors. For a start, there’s no loud clubhouse, live music or entertainment at our caravan park in Newquay. We’re all about peace and tranquillity here. We want you to have the most relaxing holiday possible and, for us, that means nothing loud or brash that could distract you from the beautiful surrounds. And it is the air peace of tranquillity at our park that has people come back year after year.
Our location close to the busy coastal resort of Newquay – yet far enough away to avoid all the hustle and bustle – further underlines this. Treworgans is situated between the pretty villages of Cubert and Crantock. These charming villages are home to many amenities, from local shops to popular pubs, and are worth a visit on their own.
Crantock, especially, is a popular choice among our guests. This picturesque settlement is home to two pubs – The Cornishman and the Old Albion, which are conveniently located opposite one another. A little further out of the village is the Bowgie Inn, which is also popular with our guests and a great place to grab a bite to eat if you don’t fancy heading into Newquay.
Despite all Crantock village’s charm it is its beach that perhaps draws the greatest number of people here. Just a few minutes from our caravan park in Newquay, Crantock Beach is a must-visit if you plan to stay with us. This golden, sandy beach is owned by the National Trust and is great for paddling, sandcastle building, sunbathing and surfing! The good news is that it’s usually a lot less bust than the beaches in and around the centre of Newquay, especially during the peak summer months.
It’s true. Newquay is unique and it is fair to say that there’s nowhere like it in Cornwall if, indeed, the UK as a whole. It combines breathtaking natural beauty with a busy nightlife scene like nowhere else! The town centre combines independent and national retailers and there’s dozens of places to grab a cream tie, a pasty or a pint!
It’s also a great place to visit for family attractions, which is handy if the rain does come down and you need some entertainment fast! Head to Blue Reef Aquarium, Pirate’s Quest, Newquay Zoo, Dairyland Farm World, Lappa Valley Steam Railway and the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.
However, Newquay’s beaches are what draw people to the town. And there’s 7 of them, yes SEVEN! So, you can take your time and explore them in turn, rock pools and all. Arguably the most famous of its beaches is Fistral. Regarded as one of the best surfing beaches in Europe, it is the place to be whether you’re a novice or an expert. Here you can hire a board, take a lesson or just hit the waves! Be warned, though, Fistral is a large beach but can get extremely in the summer months. Despite this, though, it’s still worth a visit in our opinion.
Newquay also has a bit of a reputation as a food lover’s paradise, with many restaurants and pubs serving up top notch nosh. Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall is probably the pick of the bunch (if you want fine dining, that is). It boasts a fantastic setting at nearby Watergate Bay, where you can enjoy a wonderful meal looking out on the water as the Atlantic Ocean waves roll in. It’s handy then that all this only a few miles from our Newquay Caravan Park!
Our location in mid Cornwall means we’re ideally placed for you to see every part of Cornwall – without having to travel for hours! From our Newquay caravan park you can easily head west and visit the stunning Lizard Peninsula (which is also great for walks on the coast) with its picture-postcard fishing villages of Cadgwith, Helford, Helford Passage, Coverack and Porthallow. From here you’re only a short drive to the far west of Cornwall. Take in picturesque Porthleven, Marazion and the iconic St Michael’s Mount, Penzance and Sennen Cove.
Take a drive out to West Cornwall – which is far quieter than the Newquay area – is well worth it. St Ives is the cultural capital of this region and, although it can get very busy, this is another destination that has to be on your list.
Similarly, if you want to explore the eastern reaches of Cornwall, it’s not too far for you to travel. Visit beautiful Fowey, Polperro, Looe on the south coast or take in the more rugged north coast via the enchanted Bodmin Moor and visit Padstow, the home of celebrity chef Rick Stein, Port Isaac, the home of TV’s grumpy Doc Martin, Tintagel, home to the legend of King Arthur, as well as magical Boscastle.
We may not be able to guarantee the weather during your stay but we do guarantee that you won’t get bored. There is simply so much to see, do and explore!
Aside from our location, proximity to all the best attractions and destinations and peaceful setting, our guests come back year after year because of two other factors; our choice of caravan holiday homes and value for money. It’s that simple.
Our static caravans come with everything you need for the perfect self-catering holiday in Cornwall and come in a variety of styles and finishes – so there’s something for all tastes and budget.
Book your stay at Treworgans Today. Call us on 01637 830200 or drop us an email enquiry and see for yourself why our caravan park in Newquay is such a popular choice.