Where To Stay

At See Cornwall we understand it is tough to find a place to stay that you can trust we offer access to our own modern 6-berth caravan in the popular tourist resort of Newquay. Our caravans are perfect places to stay if you wish to embark on a See Cornwall guided tour.

Modern 6-Berth Caravan situated in Newquay.


We offer modern 6 berth caravans to stay in, situated on Trenance Caravan Site, Newquay close to Trenance Gardens and Leisure Park. An ideal location for those wishing to be close to the town centre and Newquay’s Golden Beaches.The perfect setting for both families and couples who like a quiet site, within easy reach of all amenities. Newquay is renowned for its beautiful beaches and rugged coastline. We are ideally situated to visit many Cornish attractions including the award winning Eden Project. Special offers are available, including discounts on early and late season bookings and those wishing to holiday for 2 weeks.

The caravan site is within a short distance of:

  • Newquay town centre and harbour area.
  • Beaches including Town, Crantock and Fistral. All Lifeguarded with major surfing activities and competitions.
  • Stunning walks including Pentire headland and access to the South West Coastpath.
  • Newquay Zoo.
  • Boating lake and Trenance Gardens.
  • Riding Stables.
  • Pitch and Putt.
  • Coastal Fishing spots such as Newquay harbour, Fly cellars, the Pentire headlands and Newquay headland.

Ideal location for road access to:

  • Holywell Bay with its eighteen hole golf course, fishing lake and fun park.
  • Healey cider farm near Truro.
  • Truro (20 minute drive approx.)

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What’s on offer?

All of our caravans on offer are modern 6 berth caravans with:

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Toilet & Shower
  • Digital Colour Television & DVD Player
  • Full Size Fridge & Gas Cooker
  • Gas Fire
  • Microwave Oven
  • Welcome tray on arrival

All caravans are fully equipped. Duvets are provided. You have the option to hire bed linen. We take great pride in all our caravans being owner maintained and cleaned.


Site & Location – Trenance Caravan Park

Trenance Caravan Park is close to the colourful gardens and boating lake.

The caravans are set amongst large areas of cut grass, serviced by made up roads.

On Site Amenities:

  • Mini Market and Off Licence
  • Launderette
  • Games Room
  • Cafe and Takeaway
  • Large Shower Block
  • 3 Toilet Blocks
  • Public Telephone

Families and couples over 21 only please. Sorry but we are unable to take bookings from single sex groups. We regret no dogs.


We offer competitive prices to stay in our caravans. The prices for 2017 are:

Anytime From To Cost
Easter May 27th £230
May 27th June 24th £265
June 24th July 15th £310
July 15th August 5th £410
August 5th August 26th £510
August 26th September 2nd £400
September 2nd September 16th £280
September 16th End of Season £240

Reservations are kept until Sunday noon (unless late arrival has been previously advised), if not the accommodation will be re-let.

Only people named on the booking form are allowed to stay in the caravan.

Accommodation can be occupied after 2.00pm on day of arrival and vacated no later than 10.00am on day of departure.

All caravans are equipped with 2 double and 2 single duvets. Bed linen hire available at £5 per set. Please bring your own table linen and towels.

Cot hire available from site at £10 per week.



To make a booking or to find out more please use the contact details found here. Please make sure to state whether you are enquiring about staying in the caravan, going on a guided tour or both in the message.

We look forward to hearing from you.



Along with our own caravans we do offer an alternative stay with our friends at the ‘Dry’ Holiday Cottage. The quiet, idyllic converted barn ‘The Dry’ was originally part of the Wheal Sisters tin mine workings, all the tin mine workings had a ‘dry’; this is where the miners, after a long days work, went to wash and get ready to go home, whilst washing they would lay their wet clothes over the warm pipes to dry; hence the name given to the building. This part of the southwest is steeped in tin mining history. In the immediate vicinity besides the historical tin mining buildings, there are beautiful rural country walks with plenty of flora and fauna to see. The Dry is situated down a quite country lane 3 miles from St. Ives, 5 miles from Penzance and 4 miles from Hayle, which is well known for its beautiful 3 miles of golden sandy beaches.


Click here to find out more about the ‘Dry’ click here.