Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2
This listing was set live on the 6th July 2017
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Hairdryer Hand towels Tea towels Wind break, Iron, small ironing board, bedside radio, bedside lamps, welcome tray with tea, coffee and fresh milk
My lovely Bordeaux Escape is graded top of the range by Haven, plus it has many extras to make you feel comfortable and relaxed, It has double glazing and gas fired central heating throughout so even on chilly evenings it is cosy and warm.
With an open aspect to the front (grassed area ideal for kite flying and games for young children) it has beautiful views of the Atlantic and magnificent sunsets in the Summer months for you to sit on the veranda, relax and admire.
There are two bedrooms; the main has a double bed, wardrobe, cupboards and drawers, bedside lamps and a radio alarm, should you need it! It also has the luxury of an en-suite WC and wash basin. It has space for a cot should you wish to bring one. The second bedroom has twin beds, which can be made up as a double if you prefer, cupboards and wardrobe. The bathroom has a good, walk in shower, wash basin and WC. All rooms have centrally heated radiators.
The caravan is well equipped. The kitchen has a full sized freezer and fridge, oven and hob, plus microwave, kettle and toaster. There is an ample supply of cutlery and good quality china and glasses plus cooking implements.
There is a dining table with four upright chairs.
The lounge has two comfortable settees and a coffee table with stools stored under. It also has a TV/DVD player and radio, plus books, DVDs, magazines and games, plus leaflets of many local attractions.
From the lounge, sliding patio doors open on to a veranda (secure for young children) with comfortable garden seats to enjoy the open grassed area and the Atlantic, with far reaching views to St Agnes and St Ives Bay, plus fantastic sunsets on Summer evenings. Sit, relax and watch the sun dip into the sea.
My caravan is located in a quiet area of the park called Kernow View. It has street lighting, parking alongside the caravan and the added benefit of piped gas rather than bottles. (All safety checks for gas, electricity, fire extinguisher and alarms etc are carried out annually).
From here one can walk along the side of Perranporth golf course and down on to the beach or, for the keen walker along the miles of dunes to the lost church, the oratory and 6th century Celtic cross, and Newquay in one direction and St Agnes in the other.
Bed linen is provided and beds will be made up for your arrival with good quality duvets and pillows. I also provide hand towels and tea towels. All you need to bring are bath towels.
Quite apart from the three miles of beautiful golden sands and the five hundred acres of sand dunes, Perran Sands has plenty to offer all ages; whether you are looking for a quiet relaxing break or a fun filled family holiday, it is all here. Within the park there are bars and restaurants, children's entertainment, sports activities, crazy golf, swimming pools, a gymnasium, all-weather football and basketball areas, children's play area and live evening entertainment in the family club, plus pizza deliveries to your door!
Should you wish to plan ahead and book shopping on line Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury's will deliver to the caravan door.
The on-site licenced Spar shop is well-stocked and the village of Perranporth has a Co-op, independent bakers, an excellent butchers, Post Office, Boots the chemist, a petrol station and doctors' surgery. The city of Truro is nine miles away and well worth a walk around its cobbled streets and alleyways, as well as a visit to the beautiful cathedral.
Newquay, with its wonderful surfing beaches, also has holiday facilities that include a zoo. Further afield is Bodmin Moor in one direction and the Lizard in the other; both wild and spectacular in their own way. All around the coast are wonderful fishing villages; Padstow, Mevagissey and Charlestown to name but a few. A river cruise from Truro along the Fal to St Mawes is a great experience. Falmouth with the third deepest port in the world and quaint streets is worth a visit and Poldark fans will recognise some of the National Trust properties in the area. Further afield is St Michael's Mount overlooking Penzance and the Minack Theatre carved in the rocks near Lands' End. The actors often have to compete with dolphins and seals playing in the clear waters.
If you prefer a quiet beach to yourself some of the coves around the Lizard peninsular are beautiful.
Whatever your preference Cornwall has so much to offer and everywhere is within easy reach of Perranporth.
* Please note that entertainment passes are required for access to the pools and bar areas. These can be purchased from reception on arrival and are NOT included in our hire prices.
Holiday park facilities
Holiday park facilities