Padstow Holiday Village, Cornwall

Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Padstow Holiday Village Have?

Stunning Countryside Views
Dog Friendly with Amenities
Children’s Play Area
Onsite Shop
12 Month Season
Low Site Fees
No Age Limit on Site License
Rental Options Available
10 Minute walk to beach

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Padstow Holiday Village in Cornwall is situated close to the picturesque fishing port of Padstow, this park is surrounded by panoramic views of the Cornish countryside. Ideally nestled between the excellent walks of the Camel Estuary, sandy beaches and foodie district. 

The holiday development is a meticulously kept, pet-friendly park, with ample amenities and facilities. It is within 10 miles of larger towns such as Newquay and the market town of Wadebridge. As well as being easily accessed from nearby roads, countryside and attractions. 

About Padstow Holiday Village

This is an award-winning park located on the Camel Estuary, just by a Cornish fishing town. The historic town of Padstow is only 1 mile away and is directly accessible via a public footpath.

The park has been awarded a Visit England Gold Award; a 2019 AA Platinum Grading and a David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation. The park prides itself on considering environmental conservation a priority. 

There are direct links to local towns, villages and attractions, Newquay is only 15 minutes away, the airport can be reached in 20 minutes and Newquay train station within half an hour. 

Padstow Holiday Village is owned by the highly respected Lovat Parks, who are known for their exceptional service and building a sense of community within their parks. They have built this within ten beautiful locations across the South of England. They have a reputation for being environmentally aware and conscientious. Following the belief that we all share a responsibility to be kind to our planet, they are driven to protect local wildlife and their habitats. 


Padstow is surrounded by coastline and sandy beaches at the head of the Camel River. Apart from the picture-postcard harbour, famously a foodie destination, popular for restaurants such as Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen and Paul Ainsworth at Number 6. There are also many quayside cafes and pubs that provide the perfect opportunity to observe the calm water and atmosphere. 

The town offers many things to do during the daytime too. Including regular boat trips to discover shipwrecks and reef, speedboat hire, family fishing and sightseeing.

Sitting by the harbour makes it clear to see why this unique fishing town, full of heritage, good food and views are so popular amongst visitors. 

The Local Area

The park is conveniently situated to access the country walks and idyllic coves of Padstow, via a direct path from the park. Not to mention the many attractions and the programme of entertainment that the area has to offer. There are regularly held brass band concerts, quayside performances and activity hosted by the harbourside pubs, restaurants and cafes. Town Museum is open seasonally (from Easter through to October) and gives visitors the opportunity to discover the history of the town through Lifeboat and Railway displays and its Obby Oss. The area is also home to the National Lobster Hatchery where visitors are treated to an insight into the lives and environment of lobsters. 

There are many more places to visit, in only slightly further proximity from the park. 


By car, the park is less than half an hour away from one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns: Newquay on the Atlantic Coast. Famous for its large waves and surfing, the original industrial port of Newquay now has many shops, cafes and restaurants dotted along the highstreet. Some of which are located on the cliffs with exceptional coastal views. As well as a zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium. 

Trevone and Harlyn

The area surrounding the park is known for its idyllic beaches and bays. Trevone, Harlyn and Constatine Bay are all within a few miles of the park. All offer easy parking facilities and light refreshments.

Constantine Bay is a beautiful beach framed by sand dunes. It is popular amongst interesting wildlife at low tide, and is great for rock pooling. 

Similarly, Harlyn is a long, sandy bay ideal for soaking up the sun, swimming and surfing. From Harlyn you can take the passenger ferry across to Rock to spend the day walking across the soft sand to Polzeath.


Unlike its name, Rock consists of the fine sand of its beaches, and the tidal waters of the Camel estuary. Rock is famed for a whole list of water sporting activities such as; sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and canoeing that it is the ideal environment for and can be learned there throughout the season. Rock is also home to the Camel Ski School. As well as being highly acclaimed for its seafood, drink and relaxed atmosphere. 


Polzeath is only 5 miles away (by foot and water taxi), a picturesque coastal village and a world renowned surfing destination. Polzeath has a number of varied local shops, selling local produce, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants. There is a plethora of shops and unique independent businesses. There is a sand and shingle beach, at the mouth of a river, that has a backdrop of dramatic cliffs, it has a nature reserve, rock pools and on a lucky day puffins and dolphins may be spotted. The coastal path passes through Polzeath towards Daymer Bay and Rock in one direction, and through New Polzeath, Pentire Point in the other covering miles and miles of extraordinary coastline. 


Just under 6.5 miles along the Camel Trail is the bustling market town of Wadebridge. The historic town of Wadebridge offers riverside walking, and a unique shopping experience comprised of inventive independent businesses and market stalls including everything from the traditional butchers, fishmonger and greengrocers, to all manner of craft shops, books and music. Wadebridge also has many leisure facilities, its heritage can be discovered at the Wadebridge and District Museum. Wadebridge’s prominent bars and restaurants are set in a relaxed boulevard: an area dedicated to relaxed dining and unwinding. 

Why Buy at Padstow Holiday Village? 

This is an award-winning park lodge owners benefit from living moments away from rolling countryside and the North Cornish coast. The residential lodges are impeccably maintained, and are the perfect balance between contemporary and cosy, all have decking and dedicated parking. Making their lodges ideal for multi-purpose living. Set in a safe and secure environment with surrounding views of the countryside, in the heart of the Camel Estuary. 

Lovat Parks are well established and highly praised for the sense of community present in their parks. The park is open to new residents all year round. It is the perfect countryside retreat, nestled between coastlines, countryside and towns. The park maintains a serene country atmosphere whilst staff and neighbours are there to secure the community value of lodge living.

The park has won awards for and is widely recognised for the level of service available within them, their impeccable facilities, maintenance and attention to detail. Their environmental conscience is beneficial and plays its part in ensuring the open green space and wonderful wildlife are part of the park’s high standard. 


Padstow Holiday Village
PL28 8LE