Cornwall: Two Night Self-Catering Caravan Stay For Up to Two Adults and Two Children for £69 at Boscrege Caravan and Camping Park (Up to 51% Off)
- Caravan and camping site in picturesque West Cornwall
- Near to beaches, local attractions and Land’s End
- Two-night stay for family of four
- Caravan with lounge, two bedrooms, kitchen and TV
- Wi-Fi access available
- Children under 2 years can stay for free
Valid 4 August to 21 November 2012.
Limit 1 per family (2 adults and 2 children aged 2-21 years). Limit 1 per stay.
May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required via phone: 01736 762231 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-refundable once confirmed.
Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 10am.
Valid for self-catering caravan.
Original value based on online rack rate.
Original value verified 17 July 2012 at 9.24am.
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Overlooking the country lanes and emerald-green terrains of West Cornwall, Boscrege Caravan & Camping Park is within touching distance of the ancient county’s long stretches of beach, medieval fortresses and the natural beauty of Land’s End.
Escape to the coast with today's Groupon from Broscrege Caravan & Camping Park:
Two night stay
In a self-catering caravan
• £69 for two adults and two children (Up to 51% off)
Pitched on 12 acres of land, the family-run Boscrege Caravan & Camping Park stretches out over perfectly-groomed countryside at the feet of Tregonning Hill. Each motor home comes with two bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchenette and Freeview TVs, and is surrounded by open spaces to allow families to sit down and soak up the summer sunshine. The grounds are also home to local wildlife including butterflies, badgers and hedgehogs, as well as a chicken farm whose free-range eggs are available to purchase at reception.
Grab your bucket and spade and make the 10-minute drive to Praa Sands and spend the day riding the waves with a spot of surfing before putting your feet up with a scoop or three of Cornish ice cream by the beach. Find yourself at the edge of the earth with a trip to Land’s End, the most westerly point in mainland Britain, and take a walk along its coastal landscape to watch the waves of the Celtic Sea crash against the craggy cliffs. For an insight into times gone by, head to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, or pay a visit to the 16th century Pendennis Castle, originally constructed by King Henry VIII.
- Static caravan with lounge, one double and one twin bedroom, fully-equipped kitchen and Freeview TV
- Wi-Fi access available
Train: The nearest station is Camborne, situated a 20-minute drive away from the caravan site, with regular services running from various UK stations including London Paddington, Birmingham New Street and Exeter St. David’s.
Road: Drivers from Bristol or Cardiff follow the M5, while visitors from Plymouth, Bournemouth or Southampton should take the A38.