Please note, we ask all reviewers to adhere to our review guidelines.
From the A38:
On reaching Plymouth, head for the Torpoint Ferry. Torpoint ferries run continuously which is a seven minute ride. No toll to pay (into Cornwall). On Leaving the ferry at Torpoint keep with the traffic on the main road for approximately three miles until you reach a fork in the road at Antony (first village).
Take the left fork marked 'Millbrook' (B3247) and continue on this road for approximately 1.5 miles until you meet a main 'T' junction.
Turn left at the 'T' junction and travel for about quarter of a mile, where you see a sign post marked 'Whitsand Bay', turn right and take the coast road overlooking the bay, continue along it for two miles until a gradient is reached. A few yards past the top of the hill on your left is Donkey Lane with the sign 'Whitsand Bay Holiday & Lodge Park', turn left and next left again, this road leads to the Reception.
Minutes walk to the sandy beaches of whitsand bay. Surfing lessons from the beach.
Diving HMS Syclla and the James Egan Layne off whitsand bay
.Mount Edgcumbe country park and gardens.
Boat ferries to Plymouth from Torpoint (car) , Cremyll (foot) and Cawsand (foot)
Ocean city Plymouth just a few miles east and Looe and Polperro a few miles west
Kingsand and Cawsand local coastal Cornish fishing villages
Ocean city Plymouth with all the attractions, shopping and leisure facilities this famous city have to offer.
Newquay, The Eden Project and all the Cornwall attractions within easy driving distance.
Beautiful Dartmoor visible from the park for a day out with a difference