We have booked a long weekend stay at this park with Sun newspaper deal and we were very pleased. Our caravan was very good, even as Bronze accommodation as we had a dog with us. It was much better compared to our other experiences with caravans in the past.
Site has all you need, small shop, restaurant, kids play area. Staff were friendly.
What is most important, the area around is so nice. Looe is just 5 minutes drive, Polperro maybe 10 minutes away. Both villages are worth a visit! Cream tea's are to die for :) We did go to the Eden Project, luckily we had Tesco Vouchers otherwise I would not have paid full price for it.
Based on this visit we have booked a week in August in this area as we just loved it.
We did not know Looe, but just chose the site by accident, and what a surprise! - An absolute fantastic, beautifully kept, quiet, friendly and marvellous site with tons of flowers to welcome campers! - The
Town itself is extremely charming wit a beach that was full of people - children and families lying in the sun or bathing. There is enough for everybody to do and enjoy here and in the charming streets of Looe.
Will we see Looe again? Oh yes! We will most certainly go all the way from dk - you cannot find it better in uk!
We stayed here for a 4 night break out of school holidays in May. Had booked an average caravan and were extremely impressed when we got upgraded for free. There is an excellent playground for the kids and other facilities which would keep them amused.
Well stocked shop; immaculately clean and new caravan, and minimal noise (although this was out of school time)
The site is not in Looe but a couple of mins drive. There is an organic produce shop next door selling nice gifts and cornish produce.
Plenty of beaches and things to do; we could have used the facilities on site given the young family but the weather and urge to explore the area left us little time to sample the facilities.
We were so happy we tried to stay an extra night but unfortunately the caravan had booked occupancy the next day.
Our 2nd visit to this site, the first was 3 years ago. The thing we noticed was that the number of statics had increased quite a lot. Although it has a fair size club, I would imagine it gets quite busy during peak holiday times. Car parking alongside the vans is not allowed, you have to park in any of the parking bays on the site road, this can be a problem when you first arrive or when packing your car for the journey home. Plenty of entertainment to keep the kids happy, both during the day and in the evening up until about 8-15pm., when it's the usual games of bingo before the entertainment starts, which, on the whole, was of a pretty good standard. Bar prices are also very reasonable for a holiday site. It has a well stocked shop serving the most convenience foods, again, prices quite reasonable. Nice restaurant on site, but this could prove quite expensive to eat in there for a family to do this too often. Staff on site pretty friendly, so all in all a good site to visit. Not far from Looe, a couple of minutes in the car, but don't even think of walking there unless you are supremely fit, quite steep hills going down to Looe and no proper footpaths. We enjoyed our week's break here and would definitely visit again sometime in the future.
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