Seven Bays Holiday Park, St Merryn

Property Name:

ABI Blenheim

Property Size:

12ft x 38ft



Max Occupancy:


Pets Welcome:

Children Welcome:

Smoking Allowed:

Groups Welcome:

Price Range


£795 per week (low season)


£895 per week (high season)

Holiday Home Facilities

  • Toilet

  • Shower

  • Double Glazing

  • Central Heating

  • Fridge Freezer

  • Microwave

  • Television

  • Iron

  • Veranda

  • Parking Bay

  • Patio Area

  • Garden Chairs

Additional Info: WIFI & TV Included, ALL Movie Channels & Movies on Demand at no extra cost.

Main Description:

The property is a brand new, 2016 model, with an open plan kitchen, dining and living area at one end. Two spacious bedrooms a family bathroom and en suite toilet in master bedroom and a Double Sofabed. The second bedroom has two single beds. There is a flat screen television and a Firestick loaded with all available TV and Movie channels including Sky Movies for your entertainment. Complementary Wifi is available in the property.

Sleeps 6 - FREE WIFI - Free TV Incl ALL Movie Channels. Weekly bookings or Individual Nights (min 2 nights).

There is ample storage space within the property and is fully double glazed and gas central heated. Duvets and pillows are provided. We also provide bed linen, towels and tea towel included in the price.

Available on request: Early Check-In from 6am and late Check-Out up to midnight on the final day.

Every detail has been carefully thought through so that you can enjoy your special stay here.

Tea, coffee and milk is part of welcome pack.


This is a family owned property and we all enjoy our time here and hope our visitors will respect this and have a good time too.

Local Attractions

Scenic Walks, Watersports, Golf Course, Amusements, Pubs/Clubs, Theme Park, Takeaways, Fishing, Historical Attractions, Shops, Padstow Harbour, Camel Trail - to mention just a few!

Padstow Harbour is undoubtedly the strongest attraction in the town and visitors find themselves drawn to it like a magnet. Fishing and pleasure craft rock side-by-side on their moorings, children fish for crabs from the harbour wall, quayside inns and cafes overlook the calm water. There are seats all around the harbour and because there’s always something going on and it’s such a restful and interesting place it’s a favourite spot for both locals and visitors.

But the town and its harbour is just the first step in getting to know the area. Walk or cycle the Camel Trail toward Wadebridge, take a stroll along the estuary footpath toward one of several sandy beaches or take the ferry across the river to Rock. There’s something for everyone and for all tastes in Padstow and the surrounding area.

The natural beauty of the area – its rugged coastlines, sweeping sandy beaches, quiet coves and fabulous walks, is probably its main attraction. But there is much more to do and see. At the centre of all activity is the harbour. Brass band concerts are held regularly, visiting entertainers often perform on the quayside, fishing and pleasure trips depart from there and much social activity is conducted from the harbourside pubs and cafes, and of course the famous Rick Steins fabulous restaurants.

Treat yourself to a wreck, reef or bottom fishing trip or a fun-for-all-the family mackerel trip out in the bay. Or try a high powered speedboat trip or more leisurely cruise aboard the Jubilee Queen for a trip along the fabulous coastline. And if dry land is more your scene there’s the National Lobster Hatchery where you can discover the fascinating world of lobsters and their environment. Then there’s the Padstow Town Museum where you can step back in time and discover the history of Padstow through its Obby Oss, Railway and Lifeboat displays. The Museum is open from Easter to the end of October and is run by volunteers.

You must also visit the 7 Bays whilst staying here, the motto is 'Seven Bays for Seven Days', they are absolutely stunning. They are:-

Harlyn, Trevone, Treyarnon, Constantine, Mother Ivey, Booby's and Porthcothan.

The nearest to here is Harlyn Bay (1 mile north), the furthest (Porthcothan) 3.5 miles south-west. Only one of these, Booby’s Bay has no beach at the highest tides, the ribs of a wrecked ship appear periodically as the sand is relocated by the sea and prevailing currents. The widest beaches at low tide are Harlyn Bay and Constantine Bay. All the bays have fine golden sands and a backdrop of either rocky cliffs or sand-dunes, and all are popular with families as well as swimmers and surfers.

There is a sand-dune Conservation project at Constantine Bay, preserving an ancient haven for wildlife. This 20-year project involved planting tens of thousands of sea grass plants. The North Cornwall Coastal Path (follow the yellow arrows) leads even an average walker to dramatic coastal scenery; there are many notable viewpoints between Porthcothan to Padstow. The 7 beaches have varying aspects, offering the potential for shelter or surf, depending on wind direction and tidal state. Most beaches offer ‘crabbing and netting’ rocks at their west end, a favourite pursuit for children.

Many clifftop benches are dedicated to relatives of locals and visitors ‘who loved this place’. ‘Lark song and sea sound in the air, and splendour, splendour everywhere’ is one inscription on a bench between Treyarnon and Constantine Bays. Another nearby is the mysterious ‘The Captain and the Purple Lady – The sun is always over the yardarm’.

On Trevose Head (located between Booby’s Bay and Mother Ivey’s Bay you can see the Trevose Head Lighthouse, and go inside the Lifeboat Station. Between Trevone and Padstow, the estuary headland is topped with an old stone lookout tower, now unmanned.

In the summer, St. Merryn hosts a funfair, steam traction rally, St Merryn Carnival featuring floats and a Parade. A favourite for refreshments is the ‘Young Men’s Green’ opposite the Cornish Arms public house, now run by local celebrity chef Rick Stein!

Padstow has 4 main carparks:

The nearest to the harbour is the Harbour Car Park run by the Harbour Commissioners.

The Town Council runs the Railway Car Park (at the bottom of Station Road) and the Lawns Car Park (opposite the Old School on School Hill). Both of these car parks are payable using Ringo: Railway Car Park is location code 2849 and Lawns Car Park is location code 2848 and the number to call is 01872 884466.

Cornwall County Council runs the Link Road Car Park by the Fire Station. You can pay for your parking via Ringo, the location code is 8227 and you need to call 01872 672727.

During the main season there are 2 additional carparks:

A Park & Ride operating at the entrance to Padstow just before Tesco on A389. £4 per car all day. Open Easter, May Day and Spring Bank Holiday to end of September. Car park open 10am – 10pm. First bus from 10.30am and last bus 6pm and runs every 15 minutes to take you into town. *My Opinion: This is a fantastic 'stress free' parking option in the high seasons*

Long Stay Car Parking in Padstow

Long stay parking is available on Trevethan Farm, next to Tesco. Ideal if you are walking the coast path and wish to leave your car in Padstow. Leaving your car on the streets is not recommended as on street parking is at a premium and the roads are very narrow.

Tregirls Car Park

Perfect for visiting the beach. Follow the road out past the Farm Shop, through Crugmeer to Harbour Cove. Seasonal.


The Quarry car park in Rock is run by Padstow Harbour Commissioners and has the same price as the harbour car park above. The post code for this car park is PL27 6FD. When this car park is full there is an overflow car park (high season only) 1/4 mile up Rock Road opposite the Institute/Gallery. Closes at 8pm.

You can pay for your parking via Ringo, the location code is 15661 and the number to call is 0203 0460010.


The two car parks beside the beach at Trevone are managed from Trevone Beach Stores.The cost is £4 per car per day. During high season this is payable to the ticket booth at the entrance to the car park and during low season to the Beach Stores direct.


Tristram Car Park. Open all year. This car park has access to the beach. Prices start at £1.50 for up to 1 hour up to a maximum of £6 per day (over 4 hours). Polzeath Beach. Cornwall Council car park.

National Trust Car Parks

There are National Trust Car Parks on the coast path between Padstow and Newquay at Park Head and Bedruthan Steps. There are also carparks along the coast path between Pentire Head and Port Quin.

Holiday Park Facilities (May require membership)

  • Pub Club

  • Amusements

  • Laundrette

  • Crazy Golf

  • Grocery Shop

  • Takeaway

  • Restaurant

  • Additional Info: Pub/Club, Amusement Arcade, Laundrette, Crazy Golf, Grocery Shop, Takeaway, Restaurant, There is an excellent café on site, serving breakfast every day and a delicious Sunday Carvery. A Nisa Local general store is just on the edge of site. There is also a luxurious spa, Bay Retreats on site (booking required independently).

  • Beach Local

  • Scenic Walks

  • Watersports

  • Golf Course

  • Amusements

  • Pubs and Clubs

  • Theme Park

  • Takeaway

  • Fishing

  • History