St Merryn Park is a popular holiday resort built for families and couples in mind. Based close to Padstow in Cornwall, it is close to countryside and coast. Visitors will be close to the local airport as well as Constantine Bay, Trevose Head and National Trust sites.
St Merryn Park is one of several sites owned by the Valley Resorts Group. Valley Resorts runs holiday parks elsewhere in the area. The brand focuses on developing modern parks with leading facilities and access to the county’s famous coastlines.
St Merryn Park holds a holiday home licence. Homeowners can therefore purchase spaces here with view to let or stay in for holiday purposes only. The park and owners offer inclusive packages, and should plots or properties become available, Sell My Group will list them on this page.
Holidaymakers keen to explore Newquay and the Cornish coastlines may find St Merryn to be a worthwhile foothold in the region. Due to the popularity of the park, early viewings are recommended should properties become available.
About St Merryn Park
St Merryn Park is a well-established holiday park which is in the vicinity of Padstow and its harbour. The park is built and arranged to mimic and complement the wider area. Visitors will benefit from a holiday park surrounded by greenery, a few minutes away from the beaches. The park is also close to travel facilities and local village scenes, as well as A and B roads. However, it is not too close to main roads for noise to cause disruption.
The park offers private holidaying facilities for Cornish families, couples and solo travellers. The park’s owners advise that their private lodgings may offer rental income opportunities for landlords keen to establish themselves in the area. St Merryn Park has seen steady development over the years and continues to grow due to demand.
The park is dog-friendly, which will allow visitors and homeowners to take their pets on local walks and trails as they wish. There is an extensive dog-walking zone and park on-site, too, should walkers wish to explore St Merryn in a little more detail before It is always prudent to contact site owners before bringing dogs or other animals to St Merryn. The park owners are welcoming and are available to help with various concerns and queries.
St Merryn Park is popular with visitors for its location and its facilities. The park has a full shop on site which is set up to help holidaymakers with everyday groceries and items that they are likely to need regularly.
The park also has its own pub and restaurant on-site, called The Venue. This on-site bar serves food and drink until late, which may appeal to couples and families alike. The Venue is also likely to play host to entertainment throughout the year.
Visitors can also take time out at on-site sporting facilities. There is a full football pitch on-site for kickabouts, and tennis court facilities for active holidaymakers. Children also have access to a full-size play area, which will allow parents and guardians to enjoy the various facilities elsewhere.
Visitors can take advantage of full barber and hairdressing services on-site, too, as well as maintenance and staff services should they need any support.
St Merryn Park is also extremely secure, closed to the public and open only to visitors and vetted maintenance people. Visitors and holiday homeowners can therefore rest assured that their lodgings are carefully maintained and protected even while they are away.
Drivers attending the park can park up on-site and easily drive via local roads to popular villages and attractions in the nearby area.
St Merryn Park is close to picturesque heritage coast, as well as quaint Cornish villages. Communities such as Treyarnon, Engollan, St Ervan and St Merryn itself are only short distances away. St Merryn Park itself positions close to the Northern end of the Cornish coast, though is only a short drive or public transport ride away from popular towns and cities in the wider county.
Visitors to the park will find it clearly signposted off the A39 heading up through Wadebridge, towards Camelford and Bude. It is a short drive from the B3274 and High Lanes and can be found just outside of Tregolds and Shop.
St Merryn Park is close to public transport links in the local and wider area, meaning many visitors should find it easy to head back to the park as well as to explore major sites of interest in the local region. Beyond the local greenery, coastlines and waterways, visitors will find the Cornwall Airport in Newquay. This is only a few minutes’ drive away, positioned so that visitors can always explore further afield if they wish to.
Several historic villages are dotted across the local region. The owners of St Merryn Park recommend heading into St Merryn itself for basic shopping and fuel facilities. Visitors will also find the local village is home to restaurants, pubs, shops and cafés. Visitors may also wish to explore the harbour scene close by for local sights and traditions.
St Merryn Park is positioned and developed to offer a quiet holiday experience, surrounded by green walks and countryside views. It is a holiday park which offers access to various facilities, across towns, cities, coastlines, villages and woodland. Many people may find the park to be a good foothold for accessing various Cornish attractions.
The Local Area and Attractions
Beyond St Merryn Park, visitors and homeowners will find a variety of local towns and attractions popular with families and couples holidaymaking in the region. Immediately outside the community is the Camel Creek Adventure Park, with the Merlin Golf Course close by for those visitors who wish to take a closer look out at leisure facilities in the nearby region.
Visitors are also only a few minutes’ drive from Newquay. Newquay is one of the most popular towns and resorts in the county, home to beaches and watersports clubs for local people and holidaymakers to join and learn how to surf at. Newquay is also home to golf clubs and aquarium facilities.
Visitors and holidaymakers at St Merryn Park may also wish to take a look at some of the natural heritage that Cornwall has to offer further down into the county. Just down from the A3075 is the green St Agnes Heritage Coast, opposite the historic town of Truro and the Roseland Heritage Coast, off from the A39.
Just down from here is the Lizard Heritage Coast, home to the National Trust site at Lizard Point, as well as the Helford Passage alongside the Helford River. Families will also find the popular Flambards Theme Park close by. Round the other side of the coastline across the West, visitors will find the Penwith Heritage Coast, just West of Penzance and home to communities and sights in Porthcurno, St Just and St Ives around to the North.
St Ives Bay itself is a Cornish landmark, and is one of the most popular seaside haunts in the county. St Merryn Park visitors may, however, wish to visit the Trevose Head Heritage Coast as a first port of call, just a short walk or ride away from the community.
St Merryn Park is carefully placed for holidaymakers to get to known the wider Cornish sights and sounds. Owners at the park will always be happy to offer advice and recommendations on what to expect from the region. Park visitors may appreciate the on-site entertainment and facilities before they explore the further heritage and natural trails surrounding the community.
Why Choose St Merryn Park?
St Merryn Park is a Cornish holiday community which offers a wide range of amenities and facilities to holidaymakers looking for a quiet, convenient break away. The park is owned by an established holiday brand, which is also responsible for other parks and communities in the region. The park is closely linked to roads and public transport, as well as airport facilities.
Visitors to the park can explore the local greenery and coast, as well as the Eden Project and Tintagel Castle. The park is developed as a holiday resort for families and couples to enjoy. However, private plots here may also appeal to solo travellers. St Merryn Park offers visitors secure holidaymaking which they can head back to throughout the year.
Properties at St Merryn Park will list here as soon as they become available. They will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with direct owner contact advisable as soon as possible. St Merryn Park’s holiday park licence means that homeowners will only be able to stay in the community for holiday purposes only, and for break periods defined in owner agreements.
St Merryn Park is continuing to develop and upgrade, which may make it an interesting investment for holidaymakers keen to explore the further reaches of the county. All enquiries regarding St Merryn Park should be made via Valley Resorts, who Sell My Group lists other properties for elsewhere in the region.
St. Merryn Park
The following rules of occupation are for the good management of Holiday Mobile Home Parks and the benefit of all who use them. Where arrangements for the occupation of Mobile Home Pitches are entered into, these rules form part of the agreement. The rules have not been compiled to place unnecessary restrictions on occupants but to ensure that, provided the rules are accepted in the right spirit, our Park will be a happy one.
1.1 Only Park Homes (Mobile Homes) of proprietary manufacture which conform to the definitions contained in the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960, the Caravan Sites Act 1968 and the Mobile Homes Act of 1975 and 1983, though are for holiday occupancy, are accepted.
1.2 Home must be kept in sound and clean condition; decorations and external colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the owner. Wheels must not be removed, nor the Mobile Home repositioned without permission. No external alteration of or addition to the Mobile Home or pitch is permitted without prior written application and written approval of the owner.
2. The occupier will maintain the plot allocated in a tidy condition free from litter and refuse. The underneath of each home is to be kept absolutely clear and not used for storage space. To enable the owners to conform with the conditions attached to their site licence issued by the Local Authority, any gardens, which are not cultivated and kept tidy, will be taken over by the owners and the occupier will be charged for the cost of the maintenance thereof. Breaches in excess of the 28 days will not be tolerated and application to the courts for the termination of Agreement made after this time
3. The Mobile Home may be used by the occupier, and members of his household and bona fide guests, the home may be sub-let, as a holiday home, (and in any event for the occupation of such number of persons as shall not exceed the specified number of berths). 10% sub-let charges are payable to the Park Operators to cover administration.
4. Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that both electrical and gas installations and appliances comply at all times with the requirements of the Institution of Electrical Engineers and/or other appropriate authorities, if the home is to be sub-let as per 3 above, then certificates will need to be lodged with the Park owner annually.
5. The occupier must not permit wastewater to be discharged onto the ground. All external water pipes must be lagged against frost by the occupier, who will be liable for any loss of water due to the occupier's failure to do so or from any other failure on the section of the water service for which the occupier is responsible i.e. from ground level upwards. The Occupier is responsible for the sewage connection from the ground level upwards and for the electrical connections from the meter. The Occupier is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the base under the home whilst they occupy the plot.
6. The occupier is responsible that all household refuse is deposited in approved containers which must not be overfilled, rubbish should be placed in the area designated by the Park owner for it to be collected. The deposit of any refuse or unroadworthy vehicles on any part of the Owners land is strictly prohibited, and subject to a £25.00 fine.
7. No occupier shall do or permit to be done anywhere on the park, any act or action which may be or become a nuisance, damage, annoyance or inconvenience to the owners or the neighbours or occupiers of any other home on the park or to any adjoining or neighbouring property and shall not use the home for any illegal or immoral purposes. Musical instruments, record players, radios, other appliances and motor vehicles must not be used to cause nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30 p.m. and 8.00 am.
8. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the park not exceeding the speed limit of 10 mph. Vehicles must keep to authorised parking spaces and to the roads, which must not be obstructed. Vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and drivers must hold a current driving licence and insurance. Disused vehicles must be removed from the park. The prior written approval of the owner must be obtained before parking commercial vehicles. No more than one car per unit will be allowed without extra charge. No major repairs may be permitted on the owners land. Motor oils and other fuels of that nature must not be discharged into the drains or into the roads or car park. No learner drivers or underage drivers are allowed on the park.
9. Storage sheds, fuel bunkers or other structures are only permitted with the written request and written approval of the Park owner and where permitted, must be of a design and size approved by the Park owner
10. Private gardens where permitted; the planting of trees and shrubs is subject to the owner's prior approval of types and position. Trees and shrubs may not be cut down, removed or damaged and gardens will be left intact when the occupier vacates the pitch.
11. Washing lines must be of a rotary type, and are to be reasonably screened from public view. No TV or satellite or aerials to be erected without the park owner's prior written permission.
12. St Merryn is a dog friendly holiday park. Pets where permitted at the owners discretion, must be kept under proper control and (dogs on a lead when outside the curtilage of your own plot) and not allowed to despoil the park. Fouling of Public areas are subject to a £25.00 fine.
13. The occupier is responsible for the conduct of children in his/her custody and of visitors.
14. Guns, firearms or offensive weapons of any description shall not be used on the Park, and shall only be kept with a licence from the Police Authority and the written consent of the owner. It is forbidden to interfere with or disturb any flora or fauna on the Park.
15. Everyone using the Park is required to comply with the regulations of the site licence, water authority or any other Statutory Authority.
16. Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building materials or other plant must be left undisturbed.
17. No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the Park unless prior permission of the owner has been granted, in writing. (Holiday sub-letting of homes will be allowed but should still be approved in writing.
18. Cars and motorbikes of visitors should be left on the visitor's car park unless the permission of the owner has been granted.
19. No fences are permitted without the prior approval of the Park owner. Where permission is given the fence would have to be of a picket type and at the rear of the home, and not exceed 3' in height. The front aspects of the plot are to be left as open plan at all times. The open plan frontage extends to four feet behind the building line. The Park owner must approve the position and height in writing.
20. It is forbidden to place anything into the sewage system which is likely to cause a blockage i.e. Non biodegradable materials including, Plastic bags, vegetable peelings, disposable nappies, J cloths etc. Charges for blockages may be charged separately to a homes account, where the above items are responsible for that blockage.
21. On any arrears of money outstanding after 28 days the Park shall have the right to charge interest at 2% per month. Ground rent must be paid annually in advance.
22. The Park owner and his employees and agents shall not be liable whatsoever for loss or theft of, or damage or loss to, or theft from any mobile home or other vehicle or property whatsoever. The Park owner shall not be liable whatsoever for the loss or theft of any mobile home keys. Further, the occupier shall indemnify the owner and keep him indemnified from and against all actions, proceedings and claims by a third party in respect of all and any loss damage or liability caused by or arising out of any neglect or default or wilful act of the occupier or members of his household or guests or visitors. And the occupier agrees and covenants to insure and keep insured the mobile home and its contents with a member of the British Insurance Association against loss or damage by theft, fire storm and tempest and liability to any third party and such evidence that the owner may reasonably require that the policy is valid, and all premiums have been paid.
23. It is recommended (compulsory where a home is sub-let) that a fire extinguisher of the dry powder type not less than 2lbs capacity should be installed in each Park Home. Note: Other types of fire extinguisher can be dangerous in confined areas. The chimney flue and cowl must be kept in good repair; sparks or objectionable smoke should not be allowed to discharge. Where the home is sub-let annually certificates have to be produced to the park owner.
24. Disconnection and removal of Park Homes from a plot, shall only be carried out by the Park owners, at the occupier's expense.
25. Only tradesmen who have been from time to time licensed in writing by the owner may trade, sell or buy on the Park. The owner's permission will not be unreasonably with held.
26. No trenches, holes or pits or any other digging shall be started without first checking with the Park Owner as to the position of British Telecom cables, water pipes, gas pipes, electric cables and drainage pipes.