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We have just returned from our second caravan holiday at Pentewan Sands, we went last year at the same time.
We went as a family of 4, 2 adults 2 children and this year we had a pitch right next to the beach. Overall we...More
This is our second time at Pentewan sands. This time there was a group of 14 of us in 3 static caravans. We had a 3 bed silver plus caravan without a balcony. It was clean and tidy and well equipped with everything we needed...More
Overall we had a lovely time away, the beach is literally a stones throw away from the caravan which we stayed in - W31 out caravan was ample and the kitchen and bathroom were lovely. The bedrooms and living areas were slightly dated and becoming...More
Lovely site had caravan overlooking sea reception staff very polite good secure site with barrier to go in and out of park. Seahorse club busy at the weekend as riveria run was on shop was well stocked lovely beach and site was very quiet. Plenty...More
I was staying in a fixed caravan with some friends and we were down in Cornwall for a long weekend diving in the area. So, although we weren't there for the site itself I was pleasantly surprised when it turned out to be a lovely...More
The site is big so plenty of cycling for the children. There is also the pentewan cycle trail which goes from the site to st austel. Loads of info about this on the web. Friends of ours also cycled the other way to the... More
The site is big so plenty of cycling for the children. There is also the pentewan cycle trail which goes from the site to st austel. Loads of info about this on the web. Friends of ours also cycled the other way to the lost gardens of heligan. Their youngest was 5. I would say YES to taking your bikes. Also try the camel trail. I hope this helps