Visitors to Cornwall this winter can enjoy stunning views, watch the sunset over Holywell Bay and cosy up by the fire during a Christmas break here at Trevornick Holiday Park near Newquay.
Crisp sea air, deserted beaches and quiet coastal paths make for an invigorating walking holiday at the locals favourite time of year and one that remains relatively unexplored by holidaymakers.
We are situated just a short walk through the sand dunes to Holywell Bay beach. The iconic setting has frequently been used as a filming location, most recently becoming BBC Poldark’s favourite beach.
The beautiful area is also on a section of the South West Coast Path, a 630-mile-long route, originally carved out by the coastguard to keep a watch over the shoreline, which now provides walkers with endless opportunities to explore the best Cornwall has to offer.
We have a choice of three cosy cottages to make yourself at home in for the duration of your Cornish getaway. Enjoy breath-taking coastal and countryside views or hunker down on a winter’s evening in the luxurious interiors of Bejowan, Buller or Popham cottages, with everything you need for a festive holiday.
Brand new for 2019 the Gull Rocks Beach lodges make living the beachcomber’s lifestyle a breeze. Choose from the Harlyn or Sennen lodges; both finished to a very high standard, designed entirely with the guests’ comfort in mind.
After a day of walking the coast paths and enjoying cosy pub lunches head back to the decking and jump in the hot tub on a crisp winter evening. There is a host of things to do in the UK’s most southerly county during the colder months. From hopping between art galleries, sampling the region’s finest seafood or heading to the clifftops for a brisk hike.
Trevornick and Cornwall are also extremely dog-friendly, so there is no need to leave the four-legged family member at home. With the ‘bark and bath’ wash stations located on-site and many local pubs welcoming pooches, they’ll love Holywell Bay too.