Holiday Park Review: Polzeath Beach Holiday Park
We recently visited Michael Wonnacott at Polzeath Beach Holiday Park to take a look around his beautiful park situated on the North Cornwall coast…
The holiday park is set in the village of Old Polzeath with its Post Office, shops, a local pub and easy access to the nearby villages of St. Minver, Port Isaac, Rock and Trebetherick. Across the bay from Old Polzeath lies New Polzeath perched on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic.
The beach, one of the few Blue Flag beaches in Cornwall, is a vast expanse of sand which opens into the Atlantic at the mouth of the Camel Estuary. Polzeath is a surfer’s paradise and with its relaxed atmosphere feels very Australian in the warm weather. This section of beach is perfect for beginners too.
The park offers a fantastic location to explore the beautifully isolated beaches and bays along this stunning Cornish coast or visit ancient tin mines, the Eden Project or a choice of local theme parks. You can even visit spectacular Land’s End and St Michael’s Mount. Alternatively, why not make a day of it and visit the romantic Isles of Scilly by ferry from Penzance?
Take a look for yourself…
Polzeath Beach Holiday Park
Trenant Nook, Polzeath