Leycroft Valley, Cornwall

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Leycroft Valley is in Cornwall, Cornwall proves to be a popular holiday destination for families, couples and solo travellers of all ages.  Leycroft Valley is a luxury holiday park offering lodges and plots to visitors to Perranporth, close to the heart of some of the county’s most popular sights and attractions.  The park is operated through Valley Resorts, park owners of both Towan Valley and St Merryn Parks elsewhere.

Leycroft Valley is a large holiday community closely built near Cornish beaches and seaside attractions.  The park is a short distance away from the towns of St Agnes and Perranporth, accessible via road and public transport.  It is also only a short distance from Truro, which may appeal to visitors looking for a central Cornish base.

Leycroft Valley is a park built to offer secure, laid-back holidays.  Visitors from across the region can access the community through main motorways, and the park is also close to local shopping facilities.  The park’s owners are local experts, meaning that new visitors and homeowners can ask for support and guidance at any time.

The park community offers a balance between modern living standards and a quiet pace of living.  Many people may choose to set up a holiday home here if they are looking for a foothold in the county.

Properties at Leycroft Valley may change in terms of availability.  Once properties and pitches become available, Sell My Group will offer you as much detail as possible.  As a popular destination, early contact and viewings are recommended.

About Leycroft Valley

Leycroft Valley is a Cornish holiday park based in the area of Perranporth, close to local Cornish towns, villages and seaside.  Visitors to the park will immediately benefit from a woodland location, off the beaten track from main tourist zones, but close enough for holidaymakers to easily get out and about.  

The park offers properties in a large community, with around seven woodland acres’ surround.  The park is secure and is closely monitored, with only staff, maintenance people, homeowners and authorised visitors allowed to access the land and community.  It is an exclusive park, closed to the wider public and based away from main roads and paths.

Visitors to Leycroft Valley will be able to take pets with them on holiday, particularly dogs.  The park’s owners advise that the local area is ideal for walking dogs, with nearby greenery and shorelines likely to be of interest.

Leycroft Valley visitors and homeowners will have access to exclusive parking, as well as hot tub facilities.  It is advisable to contact the park’s owners directly for more information as per each property.

The park’s secluded location and style are inspired by the local area, with a focus on wooded, green design obvious throughout.  Visitors, however, can also expect modern on-site facilities, such as free Wi-Fi.  Leycroft Valley is built to appeal to family groups; however, they will welcome couples and solo travellers alike.

The Valley Resorts Group was recognised in 2018 with a Hoseasons Diamond Award.  Their parks therefore remain popular with local people and holidaymakers from elsewhere in the country.  The park is likely to grow for years to come thanks to its popular location.

The Location

Leycroft Valley is surrounded by a large wooded area and is close to both local riverside walks and the nearby Heritage Coast at St Agnes.  It is a few minutes’ south of Perranporth Beach, where visitors to the park may wish to explore local seaside haunts and take their pets for occasional walks.  Local communities in the area include Perrancoombe and Penwartha, as well as Trevallas and Mithian.

Leycroft Valley is accessible to visitors through the B3284, heading south through Penwartha, connecting to the A3075.  Cornwall is connected widely to towns and cities across the Southern end of the country, meaning that visitors and homeowners will be able to find easy road, rail and bus connections from outside of the park through towards larger attractions and sites of interest elsewhere.

Leycroft Valley’s location is close to areas of wide green land as well as the North-West Cornish coast, with public transport easy to access at any given time.  Visitors to the park will also be able to park and drive in and out of the community as they wish, with private parking available.  The park’s owners ensure to create a sense of independent holidaying for all visitors.

Visitors to the park will also find local shopping amenities close by.  Various villages, towns and communities are reachable on foot and by bus.  There are also local pubs, restaurants and a nearby hospital.  The park is developed to offer an off-grid holiday experience.  However, it remains close to many of the everyday facilities family groups will likely need.

While there are roads and motorway links in the vicinity, the park is based far enough away from regular traffic for there to be little to no noise or light pollution.

The park’s owners should also be contacted for more information on the local area, transport links and day out ideas.  Visitors can contact staff on-site or can address them before arriving.  They will also be able to help with getting to and from the community, as well as exploring the wider towns and villages.

The Local Area and Attractions

Leycroft Valley offers a holiday park which should be close enough to many attractions in the general Cornwall area.  As a family park, visitors will be able to explore local walks, sites of natural beauty and seaside days out as they wish.  As the park has close transport links, it should also be simple for visitors to take a look at the wider area via car, bus or train.

The Perranporth area is well-known for its coastal walks and views.  The St Agnes Heritage Coast is only a few minutes’ walk from Leycroft Valley itself.  Therefore, it may appeal to those looking for a close escape to the beach.  Perranporth Beach itself is also popular with locals and holidaymakers and is only a few minutes away from the park.

Visitors can head further West to explore the Penwith Heritage Coast, as well as St Ives Bay and Godrevy.  St Ives is home to an art museum in the form of the Tate St Ives, which may appeal to those looking to explore local culture.

Leycroft Valley is also close to several local breweries.  The Black Flag Brewery, Hogswood Brewing Company and Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm.  Cornwall is famous for its unique food and drink as well as its coastal and countryside views.

The park is also a short drive from the towns of Newquay and Truro.  Truro is an historical town which may appeal to visitors keen to explore the local heritage.  Newquay is a coastal resort popular with families and water sports fanatics.  There are a few surfing schools in the area which welcome families and learners of all ages.

Visitors will also be close by the Cornwall Airport, based in Newquay.  It is therefore always possible to fly further afield should holidaymakers wish to.  There are a variety of national parks and other green areas available for visitors to explore by heading out East.  There are also connections to cities in Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol.  It is possible to explore the Southernmost end of the country with Leycroft Valley as a base.

Visitors may also wish to trail other seaside towns an hour or so on the road, over in Salcombe, Torquay and Exmouth.  Closer to the park, however, are locations such as Falmouth, Tintagel and Bude.

Leycroft Valley offers access to a number of modern and historic locations, which means it may make a useful foothold for many holidaymakers.

Why Choose Leycroft Valley?

Leycroft Valley is a carefully-maintained holiday park, owned by experienced owners and a local brand.  It is a secure holiday community built with families in mind, however, single travellers and couples are also welcome.  It is also one of few holiday communities in the area which openly welcome dogs and other pets.  It is always recommendable to discuss pet arrangements with the site’s owners before arrival.

Leycroft Valley is based in quiet woodland and is close to Cornish greenery and coast.  The location of the park may appeal to families looking for a simple getaway they can return to throughout the year.  As a park with a holiday licence, properties at Leycroft Valley are only available for holiday stays, not for permanent domiciles.

The park is close to many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is closely linked enough to main roads and connections for families to explore the wider county.

The parkland at Leycroft Valley is neatly kept, and visitors will be able to ask on-site support and staff for more information on the area.  The park owners also operate two sister sites, which also offer holiday properties.

Properties at Leycroft Valley may be popular in peak seasons.  Selly My Group will list them on this page as soon as they arise, in which case short term viewings are recommended.


Leycroft Valley