Swift Burgundry - Caravan same as model shown
Caravan
A 6 birth caravan, this year’s model, offering home from home comforts, including a generous open-plan L shaped lounge and dining area with t.v.
A modern stylish and well equipped kitchen with under counter fridge, upgraded oven and grill, microwave, stainless steel sink/drainer with
good storage and work top space. Twin bedrooms provide flexible accommodation offering 2 single and a double bed in each room.
A further double bed available in the lounge area. All bedding included. The bathroom offers a large shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Tea and milk are supplied as a warm welcome following your long journey for a refreshing cuppa.

Site Location
Trenance Caravan Park is ideally situated in the crest of Newquay and offers excellent breakfasts and take-aways from its cafe/restaurant,
laundry and ironing facilities, childrens’ games room. A quiet location within easy walking distance to the town and several beautiful surfing beaches.
Set within Trenance Valley, it is the only site within such idyllic and close proximity to local amenities, just a 5 minute walk to Newquay Zoo,
Waterworld’s 25m swimming and fun pools, mini golf, childrens’ play area, mini railway, tennis courts, crown green bowls and
Wooden Waves skate park. Trenance Gardens and boating Lake are situated just across the road from the camp site, ideal for an early morning
jog or just an afternoon stroll. The ‘Lakeside Cafe’ provides a range of refreshments and cream teas, where you can relax and soak up the calming atmosphere. Behind the boating lake is Trenance Riding Stables offering riding lessons of all levels, a great opportunity for a trot across the
river Gannel, leading down to the lovely Crantock Beach, or if you prefer, within a two minute walk, why not treat yourself to an hour or two
of pampering by one of Newquay’s superb Natural Organic Therapist helping to enhance your holiday mood.
The superb camp location makes this an ideal base for a relaxing holiday by the sea.
What Newquay has to offer


With seven miles of glorious sandy beaches, magnificent coastal walks and views it is no wonder Newquay is Cornwall’s premier holiday resort.
Home to some of the U.K’s finest surfing beaches, other sea activities include kitesurfing, paragliding, wake skating and land yachting. In addition,
Newquay and surrounding areas offer ample opportunity for coarse, game and sea fishing. If the sea and surf gets too much, why not relax over a
game of golf overlooking the Atlantic, go horse-riding, or take a cycle ride along the picturesque Cornish Way.
Whilst renowned for its vibrant night-life, Newquay is also an ideal family resort. Trenance Valley is ideally located, a quite location just a
5 minute stroll from Newquay town centre offering several beautiful life guarded surfing beaches, a variety of venues to enjoy a Cornish cream
tea or a wide selection of restaurants to suit every taste. A cinema housed within the town centre offers 4 screens to choose from, or a choice of
bowling alleys to finish a day lazing on one of its fabulous golden sands. A must for the kids is the Blue Reef Aquarian, sitting along side one of the
town’s golden beaches or why not take in a game of golf over looking Newquay’s famous Fistral Beach, or watch the beautiful sunset over the bay.
Thanks to its central location, Newquay also makes a great base for exploring the magnificent natural scenery and world class attractions to be
found in Cornwall.


Further Afield
Newquay is an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall, one of the most beautiful parts of the U.K. Within a 45 minute drive or less, many
scenic places can be reached. Heligan and Lanhydrock’s breath taking gardens and the stunning Eden Project.
Why not visit one of Cornwall’s picturesque fishing villages, with ancient pubs, tales of wreckers and smugglers from days gone by.
Jamaica Inn on the wilds of Bodmin Moor, famous for it’s tales of ship wreckers and their ill gotten gains. Or why not see if you can spot the
famous Beast of Bodmin Moor. For myth and mystery why not spend a day within the walls of Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of
King Arthur. Stroll across the sands and soak up the magical atmosphere at St Micheael’s Mount, or visit the untamed beauty of Lands End.
Why not take a drive to Falmouth and catch a ferry ride on the River Fal, and enjoy it’s breathtaking surroundings or maybe catch a
show at Minack’s Open Air Theatre overlooking the wild Cornish seas. Enjoy a relaxing ride in a horse drawn vehicle along the
quaint village of Polperro Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find it in Cornwall.

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What Newquay has to offer
With seven miles of glorious sandy beaches, magnificent coastal walks and views it is no wonder Newquay is Cornwall’s premier holiday resort. Home to some of the U.K’s finest surfing beaches, other sea activities include kite surfing, paragliding and land yachting. In addition, Newquay and surrounding areas offer ample opportunity for coarse, game and sea fishing. If the sea and surf gets too much, why not relax over a game of golf overlooking the Atlantic, go horse-riding, or take a cycle ride along the picturesque Cornish Way.
Whilst renowned for its vibrant night-life, Newquay is also an ideal family resort. Trenance Valley is ideally located, a quite location just a 5 minute stroll from Newquay town centre offering a selection of beautiful life guarded surfing beaches, plenty of places to enjoy a Cornish cream tea or a wide selection of restaurants to suit every taste. A cinema housed within the town centre offers 4 screens to choose from, or a choice of bowling alleys to finish a day lazing on one of its fabulous golden sands. Why not take in a game of golf overlooking Newquay’s famous Fistral Beach, or watch the beautiful sunset over the bay.
Thanks to its central location, Newquay also makes a great base for exploring the magnificent natural scenery and world class attractions to be found in Cornwall.

Further Afield
Newquay is an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall, one of the most beautiful parts of the U.K. Within a 45 minute drive or less, many scenic places can be reached. Heligan and Lanhydrock’s breath taking gardens and the stunning Eden Project.
Why not visit one of Cornwall’s picturesque fishing villages, with ancient pubs, tales of wreckers and smugglers from days gone by. Jamaica Inn on the wilds of Bodmin Moor, famous for it’s tales of ship wreckers and their ill gotten gains. Or why not see if you can spot the famous Beast of Bodmin Moor.
For myth and mystery you can spend a day within the walls of Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur. Stroll across the sands and soak up the magical atmosphere at St Micheael’s Mount, or visit the untamed beauty of Lands End. Take a drive to Falmouth and catch a ferry ride on the River Fal, and enjoy it’s breathtaking surroundings or maybe catch a show at Minack’s Open Air Theatre overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy a relaxing ride in a horse drawn vehicle along the quaint village of Polperro Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find it in Cornwall.

Further attractions within the Cornwall County
Wildlife
Blue reef aquarium – Newquay
Screech Owl Sanctuary – nr. Indian Queens
Porteath Bee Centre – Wadebridge
Donkey Park – Gunnislake
Paradise Park – Hayle
National Seal Sanctuary – Gweek
Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary – nr. Liskeard
Attractions & Theme Parks
Cinema – 4 screen – Newquay
Go Karting – St Eval, nr Newquay.
Paint balling – Whiteacres, nr Newquay
Lusty Glaze Adventure Centre – Newquay
Oasis fun Pools – Newuay
Dairy Farm World - Newquay
Flo Rider – St Columb Major – Nr Newquay
Go Karting at Kartworld – nr Liskeard.
Cornwall’s Crealy Adventure Park, Wadebridge
Flambards Theme Park – Helston
Holy Bay Pitch and Putt Course and Fun Park – Newquay
Hidden Valley Discovery Park – Launceston
Adrenalin Quarry – Nr. Liskeard
Springfields Fun Park & Pony Centre – Wadebridge
Eden Project, nr St Austell
Callestick Farm – Truro
Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm – Penhallow
Watergate Bay – Jamie Oliver’s restaurant – Nr Newquay
Padstow – Rick Stein’s famous fish & chip shop and restaurant.
Golf course – Overlooking Fistral Beach
Holywell Bay Golf Course
Cornish Goldsmiths – nr Redruth
The Orchid Room Organic Therapies – Newquay
KerBrochCa Natural Raw Holistic Therapies – Newquay
Crantock Estuary - Nr Newquay
Mawgon Porth – Nr Newquay
St Michael’s Mount, Penzance
St Ives Harbour
Mouse hole Harbour
Lands End

Arts & Heritage
Buccaneer Bay – Newquay
Minack Theatre – Porthcurno
St Ives – Tate Art gallery
National Maritime Museum – Falmouth
Geevor Tin Mine – St Just
Botallack Mine, Cape Cornwall
Pendennis Castle – Falmouth
Tintagel Castle – Tintagel
Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station
Porthcurno Telegraph Museum – Porthcurno
Shipwreck and Heritage Centre – Charlestown
Carnglaze Caverns – Liskeard
Jamaica Inn – Bodmin
St Kitts Herbery – Camelford
Launceston Steam Railway – Launceston
Bodmin & Wedford Railway – Bodmin
Gardens & Country Houses
Trevarno Gardens & Grounds – nr Helston
Heligan Gardens
Lanhydrock Gardens
Isles of Scilly