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Cornwall Beach Resort

The seaside at Cornwall Beach Resort

Cornwall Beach Resort is a 5-star holiday park situated next to the beach and perhaps the ultimate summertime Cornish resort. The park boasts a mixture of caravans and lodges which are kept in tip top condition and graded according to standard and facilities. Onsite you’ll find a swimming pool, mini putting green, multi-use sports court, freshwater wildlife lake and an adventure playground. Wi-Fi is provided free of charge in the leisure complex and there is also a launderette.

This resort is perfect for guests looking for a base near the beach from which they are in a great position to explore Cornwall. The beachside position is ideal for dogs and their owners who have chosen dog friendly accommodation - your pooch will love destroying sandcastles, chasing waves and catching a frisbee on their daily walk! The pub is an easy stroll away, just a short distance off the beach, and the nearest grocery shop is also just a short walk away.

Beach Café

The resort's beachside café is perfect for stopping by any time of day for a refreshing drink, a tempting light bite, or a delicious evening meal while enjoying views across the beach.

Next to the Beach

The holiday park is located right next to the beach, which is over half a mile long and pet friendly all year round, with a beach café, pub and shop. Carlyon Bay is just 2 miles to the west.

Swimming Pool

On site there's an indoor heated pool, perfect for your daily swim whilst on holiday. The pool is not lifeguarded so please note adults will need to accompany their child whilst swimming.

Adventure Playground & Multi-Use Games Area

The multi-use sport and games area is perfect for children and adults. Shoot some basketball hoops, have a kick about with a football or use your imagination!

Mini Putting Green

Polish up your golfing skills on the mini putting green. The whole family can enjoy this activity with balls and clubs available to hire.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

Polkerris Beach

A golden beach with rockpools and beautiful sandy coves, Polkerris is ideal for families. Popular restaurant ‘Sam’s on the Beach’ is situated here among others and there are some fantastic watersports schools offering instruction in a variety of different disciplines.

Hangloose, Eden Project

Get your holiday thrills at Hangloose, where you’ll find death defying drops, extreme freefalls and terrifying vertigo. Try the Skywire, the gravity swing and the big air drop on a multi-ticket or alternatively book a single attraction.

Camel Valley Vineyard

Take a relaxing tour of the beautiful Camel Valley Vineyard. Discover the winery process through your wine maker guide and see how the vines are grown. Afterwards, sit on the peaceful terrace and enjoy a glass or two of delicious wine (or skip the tour and get straight to the wine!)

Fowey River Expeditions

Kayak down the river Fowey under the experienced hand of a professional and enjoy the beautiful scenery from a brand-new perspective. If you’re lucky you might run into Serena the local seal!

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

The nearest pub is The Ship Inn, situated a short walk away. Nearby restaurants include Wreckers, a steak and seafood restaurant, Sam’s on the Beach, a US style diner serving a diverse menu and Waves, a rustic style restaurant.

For Attractions

The resort is within reach of Cornwall’s most popular attractions. The Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Flambards Experience are just a few of the great day trips to consider for your holiday.

For Activities

The holiday park runs watersports sessions on the beach during peak season, head to reception to find out the details. However, if you prefer to stay on dry land, why not try walking to Fowey or cycling the Pentewan trails?