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This is a nice little park in a woodland setting .
Convenient to drive to Rock and Port Issac and Wadebridge and Boscastle and tintagel
Our was lovely , well furnished and equipped and very clean . I think it may be an owner one...More
If you can, pay more for a lodge, or premium caravan. Avoid chalets.
The pool is good, clean and well covered with life guards.
The Nisa shop is useful,
Grounds look nice with lots of trees, great outside play area lovely setting... then you get...More
We stayed for 7 nights, mid September in a lodge. Great accommodation with all mod cons. The lodges are in good condition and plenty of internal space. Washer/drier a god send in autumn and a full size dishwasher makes the experience much nicer. I can’t...More
Maybe we were luckier than some other reviewers, but we didn't have any major issues with this park. Our allocated 2-bed caravan was clean and comfortable, with all the amenities we expected. The staff were helpful and friendly.
Points to note: The central heating was...More
We stayed during the bank holiday weekend for 3 night at Park Deans St Minver holiday park. We booked the Willow caravan which was an 8 berth.
-Only one toilet
-Only 4 chairs with the garden furniture for a caravan which is a 8...More
You can walk into Rock through St Minver.Don't walk direct down lane as it can be rather dangerous.Walk is about 1 mile.There are two pubs over looking the camel estuary that can be quite good.You can also catch ferry to... More
You can walk into Rock through St Minver.Don't walk direct down lane as it can be rather dangerous.Walk is about 1 mile.There are two pubs over looking the camel estuary that can be quite good.You can also catch ferry to Padstow.Some pubs have live bands on certain nights.There is a late ferry.
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"Some caravans are in very high shade areas of the park. May be a problem for some."