Porthilly Caravan Site, Rock

Property Name:

Carnaby Oakdale

Property Size:

12ft x 32ft



Max Occupancy:


Pets Welcome:

Children Welcome:

Smoking Allowed:

Groups Welcome:

Price Range


£500 per week (low season)


£700 per week (high season)

Holiday Home Facilities

  • Toilet

  • Shower

  • Blown Air Heating

  • Double Glazing

  • DVD Player

  • Toaster

  • Central Heating

  • Fridge

  • Fridge Freezer

  • Microwave

  • Television

  • Iron

  • Storage Box

  • Parking Bay

  • Patio Area

  • Garden Chairs

Additional Info: Our new for 2016 caravan at Porthilly Rockis the generously equipped, stylish & welcoming Oakdale it is a wonderful holiday home & an instant Carnaby classic.
Quality craftsmanship, contemporary styling and generous specification make the Oakdale an instant classic.
Comfortable bright and welcoming, the elegant Oakdale is beautifully appointed, with wood finishes, stylish co-ordinated fabrics and quality details throughout

The sandy beach at Porthilly Rock is just 3 mins. walk away and is a great place for exploring, kayaking, making dams, building sandcastles or just relaxing and lying in the sun. We welcome families and couples (sorry no teen groups allowed), looking for a relaxing break away in a tranquil location.

The large grassy area around of the van is a lovely safe place for children to play. Polzeath beach is popular for surf shops, surfing and boogie boarding and is only a 5 min. drive from the site. The walk to Polzeath has breathtaking views over the Camel estuary to Padstow. You pass sand dunes and headlands.

Stunning Daymer bay is between Rock and Polzeath. At Daymer dolphins are often sighted and a diverse range of flora and fauna can be seen amongst the sandunes. Golfing and Surfing are nearby.

Bird watching - The Camel Estuary, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides an excellent habitat for birds. Large areas of salt marsh encourage a variety of winter waders, while on the mudflats at low tide you can often see members of what was Britain's very first colony of Little Egrets.

Peregrines are commonly spotted, as is a migrant Osprey, in spring and autumn. There are a number of purpose-built hides on the estuary with those on the Camel Trail open to the public.

  • Beach Local

  • Scenic Walks

  • Watersports

  • Nature Reserve

  • Golf Course

  • Pubs and Clubs

  • Takeaway

  • Fishing

  • History