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Trethem Mill Touring Park

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A family-run site nestled in a secluded and peaceful valley, surrounded by farmland.

Trethem Mill Touring Park is three miles from the quaint fishing village of St. Mawes, yet only a mile from the sea. This slightly sloping twelve acre park has many pitches that have been levelled and terraced into small, secluded bays. All the pitches are individually hedged with a few bays for two pitches. There are 84 spacious pitches with electric hook-up, 60 all-weather ones and 21 premium pitches.


The landscaped gardens are full of colour throughout the year and the nature meadow is perfect for exercising dogs or simply taking a relaxing stroll. There is plenty to see in the area including some charming unspoilt beaches.


Facilities

The centrally located amenities building houses a modern, heated toilet block, privacy cubicles,
baby room and disabled/family shower suite. There’s an indoor dishwashing room and laundrette. The park has a licensed shop selling essential groceries, an enclosed children’s play park and a recreation field. Wi-Fi is available throughout the park (charges apply).


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How to get there


Well signposted off the A3078, which leads to St Mawes. The narrow lane can be a squeeze if you meet another vehicle so the owners request departures are by 11am and arrivals after 1pm, to ensure that units do not meet in the lane.

Opening times
1st April – 2nd October

Nightly costs
Standard pitch with two adults and electric hook-up, in high season, £25.00.

Pets
Dogs welcome (charge applies).

Contact:
Trethem Mill Touring Park
St Just In Roseland
Nr St Mawes
Truro
Cornwall
TR2 5JF

Tel: 01872 580504
Email: [email protected]

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