Sun Haven Holiday Park
Holidays in Cornwall.
Join us for a nature-filled escape.
Whether you’re hopping between Fowey and Falmouth’s charming harbours, exploring The Eden Project or soaking up the sea breeze on Mawgan Porth’s Blue Flag beach, there’s no place quite like Cornwall for a family getaway.
At any of our four holiday parks, you’re in the perfect spot for a nautical escape to nature. Experience everything Cornwall has to offer.
Our Cornish locations boast a range of lodges, spacious camping pitches, fully-equipped touring slots as well as excellent on-park amenities — all tied together by our warm, welcoming team. We’re even B Corp, a certification of our social and environmental performance.
Don’t think we’d forgotten about your four-legged family members. We’re completely dog friendly, with doggy snack bars and showers to boot!
Whichever of our four parks you choose for your holiday in Cornwall, we can’t wait to welcome you.
What does a holiday in Cornwall look like to your family? Whether you’re cosying up in a lodge, pitching up under the starry Cornish sky, arriving with a tourer or even staying in shepherd's hut, we’ve got it covered.
Step into one of our beautifully-designed, open-plan lodges, boasting absolutely everything you need to just step inside and start your holiday in Cornwall. Cosy beds, towels included, 32” TVs, WiFi connectivity — a base for experiencing Cornwall.
Or, if you’re wanting to get as close to nature as book, book one of our spacious grass electric, grass non-electric or hardstanding pitches, each fully equipped with parking alongside.
Bringing your four-legged friends? That’s not an issue either, of course. With no shortage of walkies opportunities, dog-friendly beaches and panoramic countryside walking trails, it would certainly be a shame if they missed out! They’re sure to enjoy the holiday just as much as you.
Static caravan & lodge getaways
All set for your arrival. The comfiest of beds, the most stunning of design and all the bells and whistles. The ultimate launchpad for a great Cornish family getaway.Book a lodge holiday in Cornwall
Rock up and pitch up.
Whether you’re escaping in your tourer or connecting with nature under canvas, we’ve got a spacious, fully-equipped pitch waiting for your arrival.Book a camping & touring slot in Cornwall
Bring everyone along.
We’re a pooch’s paradise. That lodge fireplace is perfect for curling up in front of after a day exploring Cornwall…Book a camping & touring slot in Cornwall
A true family treat. All the charm and character of a quintessentially Victorian shepherd's hut, but with all those mod cons and home comforts.Book a shepherd's hut
From the panoramic harbour town views of Fowey to the crashing waves of Fistral beach; from the seafood central that is Padstow to the secluded paradise of Mawgan Porth, our four parks are in some pretty incredible locations.
Padstow Holiday Village — A short walk through Cornish farm fields and you’re in Padstow, the undisputed foodie paradise of Cornwall. No place like it for a fish supper as you soak up the harbour — or head further afield to explore The Seven Bays.
Sun Haven Holiday Park — Your launchpad for Newquay and north Cornwall, the surf capital of the world, with no shortage of stunning beaches. A short walk through woodland and you’re on Blue Flag beach. Seaside staycation at its finest — we even offer shepherd's hut glamping holidays!
Parbola Holiday Park — Nestled in the quaint Cornish countryside, we’re just a quick journey from historic Hayle and stunning St. Ives, with the south coast and St. Michael’s Mount just down the road.
Penmarlam Lodge Retreat — Nestled on the hill tops of Bodinnick with picture-postcard panoramas of Fowey’s historic harbour is our Penmarlam park, with Lantic Bay just a stone’s throw away. The place to leave it all behind.
Romantic break or family treat? There’s no better way of experiencing everything Cornwall has to offer than from one of our lodges or caravans. Fully furnished and with everything provided, there's even WiFi — useful for sharing those jealousy-inducing smartphone snaps of Cornwall’s beaches and countryside! Features vary from lodge to lodge.
Be our guest! No one likes leaving behind the furry family members when they go on holiday — nor does anyone particularly enjoy having to pay for pet sitters or kennels!
Bringing them along is not only a lifesaver but gives you the opportunity to make some incredible family memories. There’s no place like Cornwall for chasing balls, and thankfully all four of our holiday parks in Cornwall are totally dog friendly.
With the sheer volume of breathtaking walkies opportunities on our doorstep, you’ll have no shortage of sights to see. Stroll along Mawgan Porth’s breathtaking, Blue Flag sands, dive into the dog-friendly Shipwrights tavern at Padstow or grab a doggy ice cream at Sun Haven’s K9 Campers snack bar!
Whilst our location, lodges and park amenities are the bee’s knees, we like to think it’s our incredible team and our commitment to service that makes us an amazing place for a holiday in Cornwall.
We’re also the first and only holiday park group in the UK to hold B Corp certification, a mark of our commitment to environmental and social performance in how we operate. We love being able to offer our guests sustainable, eco-friendly getaways.
We’re also a place where kids can be, well — kids! All four of our Cornwall holiday parks have children’s play areas, as well as no shortage of sandcastle building opportunities on our doorstep.
Dog & child friendly
Camping & touring facilities
With a range of grass electric, grass non-electric and hardstanding pitches at our Cornish parks, we take a real pride in our standard of camping and touring facilities. No mucky washrooms, long walks to your pitch or hilly, cramped pitches. Our Padstow park even has the much-coveted ‘Loo of the Year’ award!
Brand new to our suite of glamping accommodation are shepherd's huts — a stylish, ultra-smart take on a rural English icon!
Bespoke to our parks, you won't find these anywhere else. Think cosy country interior design, handcrafted metal latches, door straps, solid hardwood floors, shuttered windows, ceramic kitchens and bathrooms — all niftily and strategically designed into a cosy hut.
Live the life of a Victorian-era shepherd, but with all those home comforts...
Due to its size, everything Cornwall has to offer is within easy reach, whichever of our parks takes your fancy.
There’s exotic animal and plant species to be discovered at the world-renowned Eden Project, seagoing shenanigans to be uncovered at Jamaica Inn and Michelin-starred seafood to be devoured at Rick Stein’s restaurants in Padstow.
That’s not forgetting all the other big-ticket attractions in the vicinity, of course: St. Michael’s Mount, Tintagel Castle, the Minack Theatre, The Lost Gardens, Land’s End to name but a few!
Day trip to Fowey gorgeous panoramic harbour for kayaking the estuary, or stroll down to Mawgan Porth beach and wind up the South West Coast Path to the National Trust’s Bedruthan Steps.
When it comes to days of family fun at the seaside, Cornwall’s king. Head to Newquay, Penzance, Port Isaac, St. Ives, Looe, Falmouth, Truro…
Whether you’re a seasoned surfer or just getting on the board for the first time, the beaches of north Cornwall are calling, too. Fistral is perhaps the most well known, but you don’t want to miss Harlyn Bay and Widemouth Bay.
Even if surfing isn’t quite your thing, you can’t beat the beach for connecting with nature and filling your lungs with fresh sea breeze — and there’s no place quite like Cornwall for it.
The Eden Project
St. Michael’s Mount
Blue Flag beach
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Wanting to pick up a few essentials or a cheeky drink? Our fully-licensed park shops will have you sorted. Looking to do a bit of pre-adventure research? The high-speed WiFi might help with that. And thanks to our dog showers, snack bars and agility areas, even the four-legged family members are catered for! Note that amenities vary by park.
Cornwall’s an absolutely incredible family getaway, but there’s nature and family fun to be had elsewhere. Go seal spotting and Broads boating in Norfolk at Waxham Sands, or escape to the treetop canopies of the New Forest with native ponies for neighbours at Green Hill Farm…
Sea Palling, Horsey Gap, Happisburgh, Great Yarmouth and The Broads National Park at your fingertips.Discover Norfolk
Green Hill Farm
Village hop from Burley to Brockenhurst and Beaulieu. Wind away the afternoon on walking trails. Escape to the coast. The New Forest has it all.Discover the New Forest
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