Parkdean St Minver, Nr Rock

Property Name:

Carnaby Helmsley Lodge

Property Size:

13ft x 39ft



Max Occupancy:


Pets Welcome:

Children Welcome:

Smoking Allowed:

Groups Welcome:

Price Range


£250 per week (low season)


£750 per week (high season)

Holiday Home Facilities

  • Shower

  • Gas Fire

  • Electric Plate Heating

  • Double Glazing

  • Video Player

  • DVD Player

  • Toaster

  • Central Heating

  • Fridge Freezer

  • Microwave

  • Television

  • Iron

  • Veranda

  • Parking Bay

  • Garden Chairs

After years of letting our dog friendly caravan Foxgloves we have updated it to a brand new caravan on our favourite park at St Minver. We holiday here as a family with our dogs Rupert the retriever and Duffy the Westie as often as we can all year long. We also have a lodge (property no. 5080) on the site so can accommodate a group of 10 between them. It had to be a pretty special caravan to replace our beloved Foxgloves and we believe we have found it.

In a beautiful woodland setting backing onto fields (can be walked) we have both sun and shade with a Juliet balcony with bistro table & 2 chairs on the front and a larger side decking area with 4 chairs/table & the BBQ.

The open plan kitchen is well equipped and the dining table seats 4 guests. The sitting room has a flat screen TV (with freeview) and DVD player with a gas fire and a sofa which is also a double sofa bed (for the 5/6 guests). Also a comfty wing back chair and a single armchair.

The master bedroom has a 5ft bed with an ensuite toilet & basin. Also a 2nd wall mounted TV with freeview. Loads of wardrobe space.

The second bedroom has 2 x 2ft 6 in beds but do ask us to make up as a 5ft bed if you prefer. With a famiy shower room across the corridor.

What do we like to do on our visits to St Minver, Cornwall....
An early swim in the heated indoor pool onsite with a quick sauna. Then back for fresh croissants, choc au pain and a newspaper from the onsite shop. Then its off for a long dog walk. The choice is endless Rock Beach, Daymer Bay or a walk from there over the cliffs to Polzeath with a coffee overlooking the beach.

Sometimes we will get the passenger ferry over to Padstow and pick up some fresh fish from Rick Steins fishery for lunch. Our favourite place to go and sit and lunch or take home is Fresh from the Sea at the top of Port Isaac. Tracy cooks the fresh lobster that her husband has fished for that morning. You cant get fresher than that and the price is great.

My mother Hazel and stepfather love cream teas at Port Isaac and the Fish & Chip shop at Rock. My husband and I love mooching at the Goose Shed vintage shop on the way to Truro with a dog friendly café Strong Adelpho. On every visit we discover something new to see or do. Loads of ideas are in the caravan.

When we take our 5 year old godson it is rockpool fishing at Daymer and the onsite outdoor play area is a huge hit. Whether you bring your children, your dogs or just a break for yourself you will love it here!

Please note that I am away in Thailand from 5 - 28 January 2018 so do not contact me by text or phone but by email on and I will get back to you asap during this time.

Holiday Park Facilities (May require membership)

  • Pub Club

  • Amusements

  • Indoor Pool

  • Laundrette

  • Crazy Golf

  • Grocery Shop

  • Takeaway

  • Restaurant

  • Kids Club

  • Additional Info: Heated indoor pool and sauna. Shop selling groceries, newspapers, gifts alcohol freshly cooked bread. Entertainment, children's club, bar with large sports screen, children's play areas indoors and outdoors, crazy golf, arcade machines, restaurant, Costa coffeePlease note that there is a charge of £12pp per week for use of the parks facilties (payable at reception)Wifi only works up at the manor house (not dog friendly) or the local dog friendly pub in St Minver village a short walk pass the manor house. Wifi is not available elsewhere on the park.

  • Indoor Pool

  • Beach Local

  • Scenic Walks

  • Watersports

  • Golf Course

  • Amusements

  • Pubs and Clubs

  • Takeaway

  • Fishing

  • History