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Seaview International Holiday Park

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Boswinger, St. Austell, PL26 6LL

phone:01726 843425
fax:01726 843358

email:holidays@seaviewinternational.com
Season:approx. 1 Mar - 31 Oct

Caravan Park Details

Seaview is an Award-Winning Five-Star holiday park with a wide range of spacious and beautifully appointed holiday caravans & chalet bungalows. Plus superbly equipped touring pitches. And all set amidst some of Cornwalls most beautiful sub-tropical surroundings, near award-winning sandy beaches.



Midway along the gentle south coast of Cornwall, the park - run by the Royden family - is easy to reach and yet has no noisy roads to intrude.



Situated on the Cornish Riviera, between the famed tranquility of the Roseland peninsula and lively St. Austell Bay, it enjoys Britains warmest climate - often 2 degrees warmer than the Atlantic Coast.



Cornwalls north coast is noted for its crashing surf, but the Cornish Riviera has gentler seas with pure and safe bathing waters, beautiful sandy beaches, coves, harbours, castles, sub-tropical gardens and the new Eden Project to visit.

Views to write home about. Internationally award winning park 5* facilities. Landscaped grounds, in great location close to beaches, walks and gardens.



Bookings Advisable.



NEW FOR 2006

* Extra Large Peremier Pitches

* Individual Bathroom Uniits

* Take-Away

* Surfing & Scuba-Diving

* Tennis Coaching

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For full price information, please contact the park direct.

St Austell attractions and directions

Less than one and a half miles away is Caerhays Castle, famous for the many varieties of Camellias raised at the gardens. The Castles beautiful gardens - open for several weeks during the Spring - are yours to enjoy.



St. Mawes, on the western edge of the Roseland Peninsula is famed for its clover leaf shape castle - built by Henry VIII in 1542. Enjoy the views out over the Carrick Roads - the estuary of the river Fal. St Mawes is a centre for coastal walks, sailing and other water sports. A regular passenger ferry service runs across to Falmouth. There are boat trips up the river Fal to enjoy and a small ferry service to Place House links St Mawes to the coast path around St Anthony Head



Only three and a half miles away, Mevagissey has a beautiful double harbour with superb views out along the coast. Look out for the Mevagissey Museum and Aquarium as you walk around the harbour. Mevagisseys picturesque streets and alleys are crowded with interesting shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Enjoy a fishing trip for mackerel - or even Sharks ! In summer, a passenger ferry can take you across St Austell Bay to the historic port Fowey - perhaps best known for its connections with Daphne du Maurier and other literary figures.



Further up the coast, Charlestown, a Georgian village, is celebrated for its unique harbour - built by Charles Rashleigh to export China Clay. The harbour is now home to Square Sail a fleet of historic sailing vessels. The ships and harbour are now often used for filming ; The Onedin Line, the Disney film - The Three Musketeeers, and many more were filmed here. When visiting Charlestown, the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre is a must !



Already being called "the eighth wonder of the world", the Eden Project is far more than just the worlds biggest greenhouse! Almost half-million people visited Eden to see the Big Build and, each year since then, over 2 milion people have enjoyed their visit to Eden.



The biomes take advantage of an old China Clay pit at Bodelva, 50 metres deep and the size of thirty-five football pitches. The main Biome is so big that the Tower of London could fit inside - and yet the structure only weighs about 400 tons - the same weight as the air within it!



Added to this are the exhibition areas, artistic and educational workshop space - and the most magnificent 2,000 seater outdoor amphitheatre, designed to accommodate all manner of local and international talent.



Eden is a developing project which has attracted a huge amount of interest already. Come and see what youve been missing!


From St. Austell by pass roundabout take B3273 to Mevagissey, prior to Meva follow brown tourist signs to Gorran and Gorran Haven for 5 miles then signed on right hand side.

 

Caravan Park Features

  • Cafe / Takeaway
  • Pool + Darts
  • Childrens Playground
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Childrens Swimming Pool
  • Families welcomed
  • By the Beach
  • Golf Course onsite
  • Park Shop
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Sanitary Blocks
  • Rallies Allowed
  • Pets Allowed onsite
  • Disabled Access throughout
  • Visitor parking spaces
  • Designated Parking for plots
 

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