Porth Beach Holiday Park in Newquay

Welcome to Porth Beach Holiday Park in Porth, Newquay offering a choice of 3 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Porth Beach Holiday Park including Porth Beach Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Porth Beach Holiday Park online securely. Porth Beach Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Newquay or North Cornwall.

Situated just 100m from the golden sands of Porth Beach – one of Cornwall’s safest swimming beaches – this relaxing park sits just 2 miles from popular Newquay. A perfect Cornish holiday base for couples and families alike. A launderette is available on site from Mar 1–Oct 31. Spacious caravan with one double and one twin.

A choice of comfortable coastal caravans in an idyllic setting.

  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Wi-Fi*
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Shower
  • Bed linen available for hire at time of booking
  • Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Centrally heated
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £15pw each
  • No pets
  • *Charges apply
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Porth Beach Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Beach Nearby
  • Launderette
  • Non Smoking

Accommodation at Porth Beach Holiday Park

Avonmore (Caravan)

Avonmore
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Avonmore Plus (Caravan)

Avonmore Plus

Decking.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

Rio (Caravan)

Rio
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms

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Reviews

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Rated 3 out of 5 by matthew davies on 25th August 2019

Very clean and good services, There is a dog kennels nearby which one night had a loud barking dog which went on for few hours before under control.Caravans and tents where squeezed in next to each other (maybe due to bank holiday next week )Last point was no management to look over security as electric scooters are allowed to speed freely around site by children .

Rated 5 out of 5 by Lee Burkinshaw on 2nd September 2019

lurved it!!! clean loo's, nice sized flat pitches. couldn't hear any dogs barking, other than the 1 on the pitch next to us. free parking for the beach. nice pub across road

Rated 4 out of 5 by Daniel Brown on 19th August 2019

Nice place, clean facilities and all about the location. Great if you want to go to porth beach (don't have to pay to park). No shop and nothing to do for kids. Have to drive for everything else.

Rated 5 out of 5 by D Beach on 14th June 2019

Very clean, spacious campsite with helpful staff. Perfect location on the same level as the beach. Quirky fact: the radio is always on in the washrooms which is comforting late at night when you need to wee!!

Rated 4 out of 5 by Marie Brown on 3rd August 2019

Visited many times, fabulous location, buzzing place. Negatives are - no recycling or at least i saw no signs suggesting even glass to be recycled, place turns into a youth club at dusk, kids just left out to play far too late, toilets / showers need cleaning more often with the pressure on the facilities at this busy period.

Things to do near Porth Beach Holiday Park

If you're planning a day out during your stay at Porth Beach Holiday Park then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Porth Beach Holiday Park. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Porth Beach Holiday Park.

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Polzeath, Polzeath - 9.9 Miles away

Polzeath is renowned as a great surfing beach. A gentle walk along the coast path will take you to the picturesque Bedruthen steps or the breathtakingly beautiful Watergate Bay, home to Jamie Oliver's restaurant, Fifteen.

Location: Polzeath

Polridmouth, Fowey - 19.4 Miles away

Simple and unspoilt, this coarse sand beach can boast the interesting backdrop of the brightly painted daymark on Gribbin Head. Excellent cliff walks over to Fowey, or to the daymark, make it ideal all year round.

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Lantic Bay, Fowey - 19.4 Miles away

A secluded and south facing shingle beach, Lantic Bay gets the very best of the sunshine. With plenty of coves to explore, it's a popular spot for boats to moor.

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Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth - 22.3 Miles away

A wide and popular sandy beach on the outskirts of Falmouth, that is also a favourite location for watersports enthusiasts. In the summer the beach is populated by the town's sun worshippers.

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Castle Beach, Falmouth - 22.3 Miles away

Watched over by Pendennis Castle, this charming south facing beach is a real hidden gem. Why not take a picnic and soak up the sun with the family for the day? Explore the local rock pools and do a spot of crabbing.

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Maenporth Beach, Falmouth - 22.3 Miles away

Located between the Helford River and Falmouth, the beach is nicely sheltered with low cliffs making it popular with sun seekers and swimmers. Learn to dive or try your hand at windsurfing! If you're not much of a water sports enthusiast go for a walk along the impressive cliffs to Rosemullion Head.

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Helford Passage, Helford - 22.8 Miles away

A great place to take the family, safe, secluded with a good Inn nearby. Make some sandcastles, go for a walk or sit back and admire the scenery.

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Coverack Beach, Helston - 24.4 Miles away

A rocky beach that is great for walks set in a splendid harbour. Stroll around the boats before heading onto the cliff tops and walk to Chynhalls Point or head north to Lowland Point.

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Cadgwith Beach, Cadgwith - 25.7 Miles away

Cadgwith is actually two small beaches separated by a small narrow headland known as the Todden. Known as Little Cove, one is the 'pleasure' beach and the second is a working beach, usually full of at least 10 or so fishing boats.

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Looe Beach, Looe - 27 Miles away

Relax on the sandy beach of this is a small coastal town. Pay a visit to the small souvenir shops and enjoy an ice-cream whilst walking along the harbour.

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The Camel Trail, Wadebridge - 11.4 Miles away

The Camel Trail is one of the most successful popular walking, cycling and riding routes in the UK, leading through spectacularly beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line linking Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. Great for family trips as the route is largely level and there is little traffic. There are bicycle hire shops at Wadebridge and Padstow.

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The Coast to Coast Trail, Bissoe - 13.8 Miles away

This 11 mile long-distance footpath and cycle trail links the historic mining harbours of Portreath in the North and Devoran in the South. The trail is mostly off-road and should take about five hours to walk. You can hire bikes at Bissoe, Nancekuke or Portreath.

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Pentewan Trail, Mevagissey - 15.9 Miles away

A great traffic free and largely level route that is perfect for family outings. At just under 3 miles long, it is an easy and delightful trail to explore.

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The Fowey River Valley, Fowey - 18.1 Miles away

Best explored by canoe, on foot or by bike, this majestic tidal river flows through a gloriously varied landscape, from dark forest, hidden creeks, lush meadowland and timeless villages to the natural harbour at Polruan and Fowey.

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Polperro Pedal, Polperro - 24.5 Miles away

This is a hilly route taking in forest tracks and quiet coastal and inland lanes in the Looe and Polperro area, as well as a short stretch on a busy road. On reaching the beach section, why not take a break from your exertions?

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Looe Valley, Looe - 28.2 Miles away

This fairly energetic route includes five steep hill climbs and some off-road woodland tracks as it follows quiet lanes up the East Looe River to Liskeard, returning via the West Looe Valley. It can also be adapted to start or finish at Liskeard.

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The Pandora Inn, Falmouth - 16 Miles away

Although dating from the 13th century, the inn was named after the ship sent to Tahiti to capture the mutineers of Captain Bligh's Bounty. Take afternoon tea at the end of the pontoon, or sit under beamed ceilings for an evening meal of tasty, locally sourced food.

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Harbour View Restaurant, Falmouth - 18 Miles away

With views of the harbour, al fresco dining is possible all year round, enjoy your meal under the large heated patio umbrella, or snuggle up under one of the fleece blankets. Harbour View offers a wide choice of regularly updated menus in a contemporary setting.

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Harvey's Wharf, Falmouth - 18.8 Miles away

Harvey's Wharf is an informal bar and brasserie encapsulating Falmouth's rich and varied harbour views. The huge open kitchen allows you to watch the chefs at work on your meal. Their home made jam, bread, mayonnaise and ice cream are a real treat.

Location: Falmouth

Kota Restaurant, Helston - 26.3 Miles away

Situated on the harbour head in the fishing port of Porthleven, and recently recognised by Michelin and the AA, Kota specialises in organic local fish dishes and many of the meals come with a Asian twist.

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Bosvigo, Truro - 11.1 Miles away

A very English country garden with herbaceous borders and many areas dedicated to different colours of plants. A series of 'garden-rooms' surround the Georgian house. The plants sold here are all grown at Bosvigo and include many hard-to-find species.

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Austell - 14.5 Miles away

The family home to the Tremayne family for over 400 years, this remarkable setting holds a great deal of intrigue and mystery. At the turn of the century decline had set in very rapidly and the gardens were neglected. A storm in 1990 revealed them once again and captured the imagination of those that discovered them. Ties to the 19th century as well as the First World War were found and the daunting task of restoration was begun. Well worth a visit. (Dogs allowed between October and March)

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Caerhays Castle Gardens, St Austell - 15.6 Miles away

Surrounding a grand castle built in 1808, and home to a National Magnolia Collection, the 100 acres of woodland gardens are a joy to behold in spring. For a special insight, join a guided tour with the Head Gardener or his assistant.

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Tehidy Country Park, Camborne - 16.9 Miles away

This recreational park was once part of a wealthy mining family's estate. It now hosts a variety of facilities including an orienteering course, BBQ area and events field. There are numerous walks around the park and its lake.

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Enys Garden, St Gluvias - 17.3 Miles away

Tender trees and plants flourish at Enys, one of the oldest gardens in Cornwall. Robert de Enys lived here during the reign of Edward I, and in 1709, the garden was noted for its fine planting. Today's garden is based on the designs of 1833.

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Potager Garden, Falmouth - 21.5 Miles away

Potager is a new organic garden displaying an informal mix of herbaceous planting accentuated with vegetables and fruit. Visit this little oasis tucked away with mature trees and a tranquil environment. Play some games, relax, have a go at tennis, read a good book or enjoy some delicious homemade cakes.

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Glendurgan Garden, nr Falmouth - 22.3 Miles away

A delightful valley garden set above the Helford River; Glendurgan provides a warm and sheltered setting for exotic trees, flowers and shrubs. There's also a laurel maze and a 'Giant's Stride' maypole.

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Bosahan Garden, Helston - 23.3 Miles away

The micro-climate in which Bosahan Garden is situated allows for a mixture of plants from both hemispheres. Look out for rhododendrons, magnolias, exotic palm groves and Maidenhair trees. Take a walk through this lovely setting.

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St Michael's Mount, Cornwall - 27.9 Miles away

At low tide you can wander over the causeway on foot to this rugged and fascinating little island, the setting for an extraordinary maritime garden first laid out in the 18th century. At high tide, it's a short boat trip away.

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Miniatura Park, Truro - 6.3 Miles away

Miniatura Park consists of three areas: Landmark Gardens, Goony Farm, and The Dinosaur Trail. The walkway around the dinosaur swamp has been widened for wheelchair and pushchair access and new scenes have been added.

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Eden Project, St Austell - 15.5 Miles away

So much more than just the biggest greenhouses in the world, the Eden project is a fascinating and entertaining attraction for millions of visitors. Take part in a workshop, listen to some storytelling, or grab a bite to eat from the 'superfoods' menu bet. (Check website for specific monthly opening hours)

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Ships and Castles Leisure pool, Falmouth - 19.1 Miles away

A wave machine which brings the thrill of the ocean indoors and a river ride which sweeps you along at an exciting speed are just two of the exciting features at this fun pool.

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Sea Squirts, Falmouth - 21.5 Miles away

The perfect way for children aged from five to fifteen to learn all about the fascinating world under the sea, in a really fun way! Loads of exciting activities on offer, see website for details.

Location: Falmouth

Seal Sanctuary, Gweek - 23.8 Miles away

A visit to the seal sanctuary in picturesque Helston estuary makes a fantastic family day out. In addition to grey and common seals, they also house fur seals and Californian and Patagonian Sea Lions as well as other rescued sea creatures such as dolphins.

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Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary, Cornwall - 24.5 Miles away

Discover the beauty and fascination of exotic animals and some familiar ones too. Children especially will love the close contact with rabbits, guinea pigs and goats, and feeding the ducks, chickens and deer.

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Flambards Experience, Cornwall - 24.9 Miles away

Head to Flambards for a fun day out for all the family. With a theme park with many rides and attractions, magicians, popular children's TV show guests such as Peppa Pig, exhibitions and the Victorian Village you'll find lots to see and do.

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Monkey Sanctuary, Looe - 28.2 Miles away

Working to promote the welfare and conservation of the survival of primates, the monkey sanctuary is home to the descendants of pet monkeys rescued in the 60s and 70s as well as to rare species of horseshoe bats.

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Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum, St Austell - 11.6 Miles away

Now part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, the park is set in the grounds of two former working china clay pits. Discover how the china clay was mined, what it was used for and what it meant to the families who lived in the area.

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Gerrans Heritage Centre, Gerrans - 18.3 Miles away

The history of the Gerrans Parish is represented in the heritage centre through displays depicting farming through the ages, the fishing industry, education, Domesday Book entries and much more.

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Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth - 18.9 Miles away

Exhibiting works by major British artists such as Frank Brangwyn, Burne-Jones and Alfred Munnings, the town's art collection is one of the most important in Cornwall.

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National Maritime Museum, Falmouth - 18.9 Miles away

This exceptional museum is anything but dry and dusty! Local social history, tools and weapons are all enhanced by hands on interactives, audio-visual experiences, talks and exhibitions.

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Pendennis Castle, Falmouth - 19.3 Miles away

Explore 450 years of history from Tudor Times to World War II and discover the wartime secrets of the Pendennis Castle. Experience the sights and sounds of battle, garrison life and the hidden life of Cornwall's greatest fortress.

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Polperro Museum of Smuggling and Fishing, Polperro - 24.5 Miles away

Browse the impressive exhibits and fascinating 19th century photographs. Take note of the keepsakes and memorabilia from the 18th century and let it conjure up images of Polperro when smuggling was at its height. Learn about the local fishing history too and how the village and the people thrived off the two industries.

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Rame Head, Rame Head - 11.3 Miles away

Designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, Rame Head's local habitat provides a haven for many species, especially insects and birds – the Peregrine Falcon can now be seen along with many other birds of prey.

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The Carrick Roads, Falmouth - 21.5 Miles away

Part of the Fal Estuary, The area known as the Carrick Roads is so deep it regularly attracts great numbers of sea-going birds in the winter. Looe beach near Feoch seems to offer the best access for viewing one of the largest flocks of wintering Black Neck Grebes in the UK

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Argal and college reservoirs, Falmouth - 21.5 Miles away

In winter, many birds flock to this reservoir including wigeon, coot, tufted duck, poachard and Canada geese. In the spring, a large number of sand martins, house martins and swallows frequent the area.

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Marazion Marsh, Marazion - 27.9 Miles away

With commanding views over the stunning St Michael's Mount, this beautiful marshland has Cornwall's largest reedbed. There are over 250 species of bird and more than 500 plant varieties to be found on the site.

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Falmouth Surf School, Falmouth - 19.1 Miles away

You and your family can have the time of your lives, safe in the knowledge that the expertise and enthusiasm of the school's fully qualified staff will get you cruising on clean Atlantic waves and feeling the rush that only surfing can bring.

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Cornish Diving, Falmouth - 19.1 Miles away

The Cornwall dive sites used for scuba diving feature flourishing aquatic life as well as U-boat wreckage from World War I. A fascinating way to spend the day. Come and see for yourself a whole new world under the water.

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Active 8 Hot Air Balloon, Liskeard - 23.7 Miles away

Enjoy 360 degree views over Bodmin Moor in a hot air balloon flight. Directed purely by the wind, this unique flying experience gives you a chance to see Cornwall from a different perspective.

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Cornish Camel Trekking, Helston - 26.6 Miles away

Camel Trekking is an activity you might not expect to find in Cornwall. Featured on the BBC Country file show, camel trekking can be fun for all the family, and involves a walk into the Cornish Downs.

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Active 8 Clay Pigeon Shooting, Liskeard - 28.8 Miles away

Take a lesson with the 2008 National Champion or just learn how to hold and shoot the gun. All ages are welcome, all equipment is included and group bookings are a popular choice.

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Politico Riding Valley, Holston - 30 Miles away

Imagine galloping on the beach ... With a range of horses to suit your height, weight and capability, and friendly instructors to help you along the way, riding is a wonderful way to see the countryside and coast.

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Padstow, Padstow - 9.1 Miles away

This quaint Cornish fishing village is very popular with visitors. It's home to celebrity chef Rick Stein who has a number of restaurants here - attractions in their own right. The famous cycle path 'The Camel Trail' runs into Padstow and makes for a great day out.

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Rock, Rock - 10.6 Miles away

Located across the Camel estuary from the fishing port of Padstow, Rock is reputed to be the home of more millionaires than anywhere else in Cornwall.

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Falmouth Arts Centre, Falmouth - 18.8 Miles away

A 200 seat theatre and cinema space, three art galleries and large educational space. It offers a regular programme of films, live theatre including dramas, musicals, ballet, pantomimes, bands and groups.

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The Princess Pavillions, Falmouth - 19.2 Miles away

This year round entertainment venue has something for everyone. Enjoy some live music on the patio overlooking the gardens or even a flamenco lesson. If you're lucky, you may catch one of the main events throughout the year including the Real Ale festival where you can enjoy many a drink in the bar. There's also a cafe.

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Boscastle, Boscastle - 23.5 Miles away

Boscastle has inspired many an author and artist with its beauty and architecture. It has becoem famous more recently as the victim of Britain's worst flash flood in half a century. However, it has recovered completely and still retains its natural beauty.

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Port Isaac, Port Isaac - 23.5 Miles away

This beautiful 700 year old harbour was the location for the ITV series 'Doc Martin'.

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Tintagel, Tintagel - 23.5 Miles away

Set on the rugged Cornish coastline, Tintagel has attracted poets, artists, historians and sightseers since the Victorian era. It is famous for its associations with the legend of King Arthur and the round table.

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Flora Cinema, Helston - 24.4 Miles away

Located inside the Flora Centre, this luxurious, modern single screen cinema may not always show the very latest films, but there's always a selection of recent films as well as bargain shows for family films.

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Looe, Looe - 26.8 Miles away

At this picturesque fishing town you can enjoy safe beaches, a wide choice of restaurants, excellent walking routes, fishing trips and diving.

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Sterts Theatre, Liskeard - 28.3 Miles away

As well as its lively range of productions in drama, music and dance, Sterts Theatre is also a gallery space for painting, photography, sculpture and crafts.

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Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Porth Beach Holiday Park. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in North Cornwall or holiday parks in Newquay.

Penstowe Park, Bude

Tolroy Manor, Hayle

Bossiney Bay, Tintagel

Crantock Beach, Newquay

Eastcott Lodges, Holsworthy