There is a great chance many of you will know Cornwall as a beautiful part of the world, there is a good reason it is a favourite among holidaymakers. With this in mind, what better area to purchase yourself a gorgeous holiday lodge than at a lovely park such as St Tinney Farm.
St Tinney is a 34 acre peaceful private country estate for you to explore and enjoy in a safe and secure setting with extensive nature trails.
Wildlife such as deer, rabbits and badgers are in abundance, you can explore the Ottery Valley SSSI, where owls, kingfishers, woodpeckers and many other types of birds live. A dog-friendly park they will be able to enjoy the walks with you, a perfect way for you both to get some great exercise, all with the pleasing Cornwall air to help lift your spirits even higher!
This park has a very impressive selection of lodges for purchase, all built to high standards, that stand proudly in this beautiful rural setting. Prices start from just £129,999, and with a whole host of luxurious options, there is sure to be something to suit a great range of tastes.
Certificate of Excellence
This park has been awarded a ‘Certificate of Excellence’ by Trip Advisor for the last 9 years running, with reviewers giving St Tinney a 5 STAR rating!
The facilities are partly what helps to make a park great and St Tinney Farm does not fall short. You can to take part in activities such as fly or coarse fishing in any one of the five available lakes, or if you fancy some indoor gaming, the games room offers table tennis, pool, air hockey and table football all free of charge. Come the summer season, a lovely outdoor heated swimming pool is open for your leisure. Children are also catered for with adventure play areas, games field and sand pit.
And when its time for food, why not enjoy some great meals prepared using the finest local ingredients, paired with a local ale or cider, at the fully licensed bar, restaurant located on site. A takeaway service is also offered, perfect when you want to enjoy something to eat from the comfort of your own lodge.
From the location of this wonderful park, you have convenient links to other places well worth exploring. For instance, this park is situated just a mile away from the A39 Atlantic Highway, allowing for you easy access to some very nice beaches, in fact, award-winning beaches. Further to this, the whole of the North Cornish coastline is within easy reach. The North Cornish coastline is home to picturesque villages like Port Issac and contains historic harbours. This being such an impressive landscape you may not be surprised to know this area has been featured in many TV and film pieces, including Poldark, Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn, and Doc Martin. Also not far from the park is Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Boscastle harbour, Warbstow Bury Ancient Hill and the Widemouth Bay Beach.
All around or under the ten-mile mark, are other excellent areas to explore, such as Crackington Haven, a beach that was once the haunt of smugglers, but is now a family favourite. It is a beach surrounded by rock pools and sand at a low tide. It has won a Premier Seaside award and is the nearest beach from St Tinney. You also have (in order of nearest to furthest from the park) Strangles Beach, Boscastle, Rock Valley, Rough Tor, Tintagel and of course Widemouth Bay (the nearest of the large-sized beaches and another Premier Seaside Award winner), Trebarwith and Bude, a well known seaside resort which contains lots of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, surfing, golf and fishing.
In summary, St Tinney Farm is a park which excels in both its beautiful Cornwall countryside, offering lodges at great prices, designed with superb detail and comfort in mind, a plethora of facilities to keep you busy, and the tempting advantage of being at a location local to so many other brilliant places to visit. A truly excellent way to enjoy what lovely Cornwall has to offer.
St. Tinney Farm Park
These shortened Park Rules are in place for the good management of St. Tinney Farm Holidays and the benefit of all who use it. These rules form part of the Licence Agreement that is the contract between us for your occupation of a pitch on the park. They should be read alongside your Licence Agreement.
Children ▪ Children under 16 must be in the care of a responsible adult over 18 years of age at all times. No child under 16 must be left unattended on site, in a lodge or vehicle at any time. Fishing ▪ All those wishing to fish the 5 lakes at the park, must abide by the fishing rules which are displayed at the lake side.
Dogs ▪ We allow lodge owners to have up to two dogs per lodge at the park.
Holiday use and length of occupation ▪ You can use your lodge for holidays 12 months of the year, but not as your sole or main place of residence. You must have an alternative permanent address elsewhere in the UK or overseas. This is a planning condition imposed upon the lodge development by the local planning authority. You cannot for example, receive post at the park address, or sign on permanently with a local doctors surgery, as this would indicate that you are living at the lodge on a permanent basis.