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7 Reasons to own a holiday home in Cornwall

With holiday home ownership in Cornwall, every day can feel like a holiday. Enjoy elongated access to beautiful beaches, historical sites, and an abundance of local attractions on your doorstep.

Located in some of Cornwall’s most picturesque spots, from the surfer’s paradise of Newquay to the picturesque seaside village of Polperro, each of our seven Cornwall holiday parks, Bodmin, Hengar Manor, Oyster Bay, Par Sands, Pentire, Polperro and Trevella, offer something different. Nestled near the border, we also have the delightful Hedley Wood Holiday Park, which is the ideal location if you want to enjoy the beauty both Cornwall and Devon have to offer.

If you’re considering holiday home ownership in Cornwall, take a look below at our list of 7 great reasons to own a holiday home in this beautiful region of England.


All year-round destination

With its sunny south-westerly position and stunning ocean views, Cornwall treats its visitors to a wonderfully mild climate, making it one of the sunniest spots in the UK. While it’s famous for its summer getaways, the cosy winters also have their own special charm., making Cornwall a fantastic choice for a holiday home with something delightful for everyone, all year round.

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The beaches

Cornwall boasts some of the world’s finest beaches. Whether you’re into world-class waves and water sports, friendly beach games, lazy summer BBQs, or somewhere to enjoy a sunset stroll with your dog, we’ve got a beach for every occasion in Cornwall. A few of our favourites include Perranporth Beach near Oyster Bay, Summerleaze Beach near Pentire, and Polperro Beach near Polperro.

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Abundance of local attractions on your doorstep

From fairy-tale castles and enchanting gardens to animal sanctuaries and adventure parks, Cornwall is full of a wide range of attractions that will keep all members of the family entertained. Explore 200 acres of exotic jungle at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, discover the world’s largest rainforest at The Eden Project, walk in the mythical footsteps of King Arthur at Tintagel Castle, or enjoy an open-air performance at the stunning Minack Theatre, carved into a Cornish clifftop overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

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Amazing food

Cornwall’s food scene thrives all year round, offering a wide range of dining options and local businesses to support. With fishing and farming making up a large part of the economy in Cornwall, the county is celebrated for its abundance of fresh, locally sourced produce and delicious seafood. Often caught on nearby fishing boats and served on the very same day, the flavours are truly exceptional.

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Better quality of life

If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, Cornwall makes for the perfect destination for a coastal retreat. Research shows that living close to the sea leads to improved health – with the fresh and calming sea air creating the ideal conditions for an active and enjoyable lifestyle.

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Flexibility and freedom

Having your own holiday home gives you the freedom to plan your getaways whenever you like, without the worry of check-in times, peak season prices or crowded destinations. Return time and time again to your home away from home, and spend precious time with loved ones and enjoy simple pleasures together as a family.

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Letting your holiday home in Cornwall

Letting is a great way to enjoy the benefits of holiday home ownership, whilst giving you the option to earn an income on dates you choose not to visit your holiday home, and can be a great way for you to let others enjoy all this corner of England has to offer. Take a look at our available letting schemes or contact us to find out more.

Holiday Home Ownership in Cornwall

Discover the delights of ownership in Cornwall with spectacular scenery and the stunning coastline on your doorstep. From the surfer’s paradise of Newquay to the picturesque seaside village of Polperro, each of our six Cornwall holiday parks offer something different.

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