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Atlantic Bays Holiday Park

Padstow harbour

About the Resort

Situated amid the spectacular scenery of the north coast of Cornwall, Atlantic Bays Holiday Park is a superb holiday destination conveniently located just 4 miles from the pretty port town of Padstow. The resort offers luxurious holiday lodges and a range of 5-star facilities that scored it a 5-pennant Gold Award in the AA Caravan & Camping Awards 2018, the highest rating possible.

The superb, high-end accommodation is sure to make you feel at home, with all the modern conveniences you’ve come to expect and room for up to 6 guests to stay in comfort. The resort’s amenities and facilities are second to none, with everything you need available without even having to leave the park. And its location puts it close to the coast while still boasting that countryside tranquillity, in addition to being within easy reach of some of Cornwall’s best attractions.

Restaurant and Bar

The on-site restaurant offers fantastic food at great prices. Enjoy Sunday roasts, steak and curry nights, and much more. There’s also a bar for when you fancy a refreshing drink in a relaxing atmosphere. 

Shop

Need to pick up those daily essentials, and perhaps a treat or two? Then you’re in luck. Atlantic Bays Holiday Park has its own well-stocked shop, so you don’t have to head off-site to grab extra supplies.

Laundrette

Cleaning up those unwanted stains and spills couldn’t be more simple than with the handy laundrette on the resort, so you can enjoy your break without having to worry about keeping the kids’ clothes spotless.

Fun and Games

There’s plenty to keep young ones having fun and letting off steam, with a kids’ play area, a large field suitable for ball games, and a games room with a pool table and arcade machines.

Near Padstow

Atlantic Bays is perfect for a seaside break, with the harbour town of Padstow just 4 miles away. Explore the port, visit Rick Stein’s seafood restaurant, or head to one of the beautiful beaches nearby.

Things to Try

Camel Creek Adventure Park

There’s plenty of fun for the whole family at Camel Creek Adventure Park in Wadebridge, with rides suited for all ages, from younger children to thrill-seeking teens. With plenty of all-weather attractions and lots of play areas and animal attractions, it all adds up to an exciting day out.

Harlyn Bay

Harlyn Bay is considered to be one of the nicest family beaches in Cornwall, a gorgeous stretch of sand with plenty of space to relax and play, as well as sweeping sand dunes and some superb rockpools to explore. The water is safe and popular with novice surfers and surf schools.

Prideaux Place

This stunning Elizabethan manor is definitely worth paying a visit to. The same family have lived in this house since it was constructed in 1592, and it’s now open for tours of the property or just casual strolls around the beautiful grounds with views across the ancient deer park on site.

Retallack Aqua Park

For ‘Total Wipeout’ style fun on an inflatable assault course floating in a large lake, pay a visit to Retallack Aqua Park, where the watery fun never ends. You can also try your hand at surfing on the FlowRider machine or give wakeboarding a go on the Wake Park to get your adrenaline going.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

Nearby Padstow has a thriving foodie scene that means you’re sure to find some fantastic eats here. Check out Rick Stein’s ventures, the Seafood Restaurant and Stein’s Fish and Chips, savour a pasty from the Chough Bakery, or enjoy an indulgent treat from Roskilly’s Ice Cream.

For Attractions

Though Padstow is conveniently close, the popular resort town of Newquay is not too much further, and offers a wide range of attractions for the whole family. Meet the animals at Newquay Zoo and Blue Reef Aquarium, experience the swashbuckling Pirate’s Quest, or just visit the beautiful beaches.

For Activities

If you want a casual stroll or bicycle ride through some of Cornwall’s most gorgeous countryside, the Camel Trail is just what you need. Set out from Padstow and this smooth and mostly level path will take you as far as Bodmin Moor, along an 18-mile route including Wadebridge and the Camel Valley.