Cornwall is the most southerly county in Great Britain and has been a popular UK holiday destination for decades due to its spectacular coastline and balmy weather. With picturesque villages to visit, sandy beaches to relax on and wild moorland to explore, it is a perfect holiday destination for the whole family to enjoy.
Holidays in Cornwall
Cornwall is famous for its coastal activities such as surfing and cliff-top walks, as well as culinary delights including the Cornish pasty, fresh seafood and creamy Cornish ice cream.
Enjoy all of this and more when you stay at Liskey Hill or Perran Heights towards the north of Cornwall.
These holiday parks are located close to the picturesque seaside town of Perranporth and its 3-mile long golden beach (found often on the best beaches of Britain lists); the St Agnes Heritage Coast, both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a World Heritage site; and 8 miles up the coast you’ll find the bustling town of Newquay, with plenty to do and also Cornwall’s only airport.
These are the perfect holiday parks for making the most of the surrounding coastline and countryside. Whether it’s an adventure holiday you’re looking for, exploring the local areas or experiencing some of the fantastic water sports on offer, or perhaps you want to just relax on the beach or enjoy the Cornish countryside, there is something the whole family will enjoy at Liskey Hill or Perran Heights.
Our holiday parks in Cornwall
Liskey Hill Holiday Park has spectacular coastal views over the town of Perranporth and its world-famous beach. Whether you want a caravan or chalet holiday, there’s plenty of choice for every budget!
Perran Heights Holiday Park is an exclusive holiday park in the Cornish countryside, only a 5-minute drive from Perranporth, which is home to luxury caravans and lodges, many of which have hot tubs.
Frequently Asked Questions
QWhat can I do in Cornwall?A
Stuff you have to do in Cornwall:
- Relax on the beach and swim in the ocean!
- Walk along the miles of breathtaking coastal path
- Learn to surf the famous waves at Newquay
- Try the local delicacies - from pastries, to cream tea, to ice cream
- Explore picturesque seaside towns and fishing villages
- Visit Land’s End - the most south-westerly point in mainland Britain
- Cycle across the charming countryside
- Take your little ones rock-pooling
- Visit the many beautiful gardens around the county
QWhat are the best beaches in Cornwall?A
The best overall beach in Cornwall is Perranporth Beach
The best beaches in Cornwall include:
- Best dog friendly beach: Porthkidney Beach
- For surfing: Fistal beach
- Best hidden gem beach: Polly Joke Beach
- For seaglass, seashells and rock pooling: Talland Bay
- For families: Marazion beach
- For swimming: Port Gaverne
QWhere to visit in Cornwall?A
In Cornwall, make sure to visit these places:
- The Eden Project
- St Michael’s Mount
- Healey’s Cyder Farm
- The Minack Theatre
- Cornish Seal Sanctuary
- Newquay Zoo
- Pendennis Castle
- Dairyland Farm World
- Lappa Valley Steam Railway
- Royal Cornwall Museum
- Tate St Ives
QWhen to visit Cornwall for the best weatherA
Visit Cornwall from June to September for the best weather
July and August are the hottest months in Cornwall
June gets the most hours of sunlight per month
QWhere to eat in Cornwall?A
The best places to eat in Cornwall are:
- Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant
- The Deck Restaurant, Bar and Grill
- Daisy's Cafe
- Paul Harwood’s Fish House
- Trelawny Tea Room
- Chapel Porth Cafe
- Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen
- The Tolcarne Inn
QHow do I get to Cornwall?A
How to get to Cornwall:
Driving to Cornwall from London takes approximately 4-5 hours. Get to the M3, before joining the A303 and finally the A30 to travel through Cornwall.
From the north east
Drive to Cornwall from Newcastle, Leeds and the north east via the A1(M) and M1, then join the A42 (which then merges into a motorway) and before heading onto the M5. At junction 31, merge onto the A30 to get through Cornwall.
From the north west
Drive to Cornwall from Manchester, Liverpool and the Lake District via the M6, before coming off at Junction 8 to join the M5. At junction 31, merge onto the A30 to get through Cornwall.
When driving through Cornwall, travel along the A30, as it is generally much faster than the A38.
QHow to get to Cornwall by train?A
You can travel to Cornwall by train from around Great Britain
- Cornwall has many train lines which connect it to the North and East of the UK.
- Trains going through Cornwall enjoy beautiful views of the coast and countryside. Trains are a scenic way to arrive into Cornwall.
- By train, it takes approximately five hours to get to Cornwall from London
- The Great Western train route runs from London Paddington to Penzance, departing every 2 hours.
QHow to get to Cornwall by plane?A
You can fly to Cornwall, which is served by Newquay Airport
- Fly direct to Cornwall from London Heathrow, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Flights to Cornwall from around the UK take less than an hour
- Fly direct to Cornwall from Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Portugal and Spain