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 bayMount edgecumbe 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
Other Facilities Sun terrace and decking areas
indoor heated swimming pool complex
Games room with American pool, tables tennis and air hockey
Seasonal entertainment for all the family
live sports on 3 large flatscreen tv's
indoor and outdoor Childrens play area
HISTORIC TOURS OF THE FORT a 19th century Napoleonic fort , now an English heritage Ancient Monument
chapel and library
restaurant and bars set in original Napoleonic century setting.
Popular wedding accommodation provider and reception venueI
Free wi-fi in the vaults restaurant and bar , and in ' beaches ' poolside café
Open all year
Special Offers Online booking discount. Book online with our user friendly system and get 10% on accommodation
Last few lodge plots for sale, all with stunning sea views over the bay
New plots and established lodges
For investment , or your holiday home by the sea
call 07780006640 for immediate viewing
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Holiday lodges with the best views in the south west ! All the lodges have spectacular and far reaching views spanning the two counties of Devon & Cornwall and from your decking or your lounge, set before you is the gentle rolling Cornish countryside with the Tamar estuary and Plymouth. (stunning at night) against a backdrop of the beautiful Dartmoor
Sympathetically sited in tiers in a traffic free area, the modern designer Lodges at Whitsand Bay are without compare!
'The Radar Station' cottage unique historic villa with private gardens commanding imperious views over Whitsand Bay
Minutes walk to the sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay
All weather facilities . Open all year A superb location for a lodge holiday or short break
This AA 4 pennant park stands on a Napoleonic hilltop fortification,now an English Heritage ancient monument with many original features still intact and commands views stretching for miles over two counties.
There are a range of all weather facilities for you to enjoy including an indoor (very warm) heated pool complex open all year * kiddies pool * cafe-bar and free wi-fi area * shop * soft play * mini-gym * family shower rooms * launderette * heritage centre * sun terrace* chapel and library* play area* wildlife walk * games room
'The Vaults' restaurant & bar with summer entertainment* sports bar* * monument features may be freely explored with regular FREE historic tours throughout the summer
Perfectly placed for exploring the many treasures of Devon and Cornwall, including the Eden Project (35 miles)
Bustling Plymouth is just 8 miles away and popular Looe is 12 miles, among a wealth of local attractions are an array of museums, a steam railway, Lanhydrock, Cotehele and St Michael's Mount, the Monkey Sanctuary, and a host of fishing villages, coastal walks and outdoor activities.
Wedding reception accommodation provider for Polhawn Fort and Mount Edgcumbe ,and popular wedding reception venue.
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These details were last updated on Monday 16th June 2014