St Just-In-Roseland, Nr St Mawes, Truro, Cornwall, South West. TR2 5JF
Opening Times: 4 April - 4 October
Prices: From £25.00 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
The Park is owned and run by three generations of the Akeroyd family who are very proud of their superb park and work hard to keep it really well maintained. Their commitment to high standards has been recognised by their many awards.
Nestling in a valley, surrounded by farmland, this is the perfect rural retreat and is suitable for couples and families. The quiet atmosphere of the Park and the un-commercialised area may not suit those who enjoy a bar and entertainment.
The Park is well signed off the A3078. The approach lane is narrow and single-tracked so the owners request that departures are by 11am and arrivals after 1pm to ensure that units do not meet in the lane.
Trethem Mill is a touring park only and there is a comfortable and spacious feel as it covers just under 12 acres, about half of which is dedicated to the dog walk and recreation area. The 84 pitches are suitable for caravans, motorhomes and tents and are individually hedged to provide space and privacy. There is a choice of all-weather and grass pitches (all with 16-amp electric & TV point) as well as 26 fully serviced pitches (with additional water & waste connection). Every pitch has the benefit of a wooden picnic table. The area around reception is beautifully landscaped and features a small watermill built amongst the flowers.
Facilities offered include an immaculate, heated toilet block, individual shower rooms, hairdryers, baby room, disabled shower suite, indoor dishwashing room, launderette, ice-pack freezing room, licensed shop and information area. Wi-Fi is available throughout. There is a children's play park and recreation area for ball games and a separate 2-acre dog and nature walk. A fresh wet fish van calls on site weekly as well as a wood fired pizza and fish & chip van.
Whether you want to exercise your dog, or just enjoy a quiet stroll, the nature meadow is perfect. The meandering paths lead through wooded areas and open spaces, with a wide variety of fauna and flora, wildlife and birds. The gardens are ablaze with colour throughout the season with some plants unique to Cornwall, only growing in the sub-tropical climate that exists in this part of England.
The Roseland Peninsula has an array of coastal and country walks and provides many opportunities for bird-watching and fishing. There are numerous quiet and sandy beaches and the area is a boating haven. The calm and sheltered waters are perfect for all water sports with some of the best coves only accessible by boat. You can also experience the Roseland from the water by taking one of the many boat and pleasure trips available. The Church at St. Just-in-Roseland, described by some as the most beautiful Church in England, is just a short walk away by the edge of the water.
Within an hour of travelling you can reach many places of interest including the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, National Maritime Museum and the National Trust gardens of Trelissick and Trebah. For a unique way to cross the river Fal you can use the King Harry chain ferry, a valuable link between the Roseland and the rest of the County.
"AA Southwest Campsite of the Year 2019"
AA 5-Pennant Platinum Park - awarded to the very best campsites within the 5- Pennant rating
Visit England Gold award – for exceptional quality and service beyond the usual 5-star rating
National Gold Winner "Holiday Park of the Year 2017" Visit England Awards for Excellence
Gold "Camping & Caravanning Park of the Year 2017" South West Tourism Excellence Awards
Gold "Camping & Caravanning Park of the Year 2017" Cornwall Tourism Awards
St Just-In-Roseland, Truro, Cornwall, South West
Distance: 47.34 Miles
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