St Austell: Three, Four, or Seven Night Tent or Caravan Pitch Stay For Up to Four from £20 at Meadow Lakes Holiday Park (Up to 63% Off)
- Holiday park in 56 acres with meadows, woodland, and lakes
- Within reach of the Eden Project
- Pitch for tent or caravan
- Three, four, or seven nights
- For up to four people
- Use of park facilities
- Up to 2 extra guests can stay on same pitch for supplements
Limit 1 per group (up to 4 people). Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Check-in from midday; check-out by 10am. Excludes electrical hook-up. May be purchased for £4 surcharge per night, subject to availability. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. No same sex groups permitted. Max 2 additional guests can stay on pitch for £5 (age 12 and over) £3.50 (ages 3 to 11) per person per night supplement; under 2s stay for free. Max 1 pet may stay for free. On-site entertainment in peak season only; up to 31 August 2012. Swimming pool closes 4 September 2012. Original value based on rack rates and group of 4 adults. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 30 August 2012 at 9.50am.
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Stretching out across 56 Cornish acres, Meadow Lakes Holiday Park reels in the full countryside catch from fishing lakes to animal petting, with plenty a nature trail and coastal cove nearby.
Revel in rural retreat with today's Groupon from Meadow Lakes Holiday Park. Choose from the following options:
Stay for up to four
On a tent or caravan pitch with use of facilities
• £22 for a three night stay from 13 to 28 September 2012 (Up to 61% off)
• £30 for a four night stay from 13 to 28 September 2012 (Up to 61% off)
• £43 for a seven night stay from 13 to 28 September 2012 (Up to 63% off)
• £20 for a three night stay from 29 September to 2 November 2012 (Up to 61% off)
• £26 for a four night stay from 29 September to 2 November 2012 (Up to 62% off)
• £39 for a seven night stay from 29 September to 2 November 2012 (Up to 63% off)
Meadows, woodlands, and calm water stretches knit together in a tapestry of tranquillity at this holiday park, with entertainment keeping the kids amused in peak season sessions. Indoor and outdoor playgrounds and friendly farm animals make for something to shout about, with practicalities similarly catered for with an on-site shop, laundrette and take-away facilities. Green pitches are poised for tent pegging, hard standing pitches provide a solid grounding for caravans motoring in, while permanent fixtures include lodges, static caravans, and bungalows for holiday home happenings.
Buzz along to a hive of activity at the Eden project, which is around a 20 minute drive from the park, and explore the tropical and desert landscapes of the imposing domes. For more meetings with Mother Nature, drive a further 20 minutes to Fowey and take your pick of the beaches, from coastal coves for rock-pooling adventures to sandy estuary stretches for bucket and spade escapades. Wander the cobbled harbour-side streets of Mevagissey, a traditional fishing village nearby, and peer through art gallery and gift shop windows, or takes serious sprees to the Cathedral city of Truro for shopping of a more high street nature.
• On a tent or caravan pitch
• Use of park facilities
Train: St Austell train station lies on the London Paddington to Penzance line, with direct services from Plymouth. The station is around a 10 minute drive from the holiday park.
Road:The holiday park lies just off the A390 on the B287 which can be taken at the Hewas Water junction.
Meadow Lakes Holiday Park is rated 8/10 stars on UK Campsite and also receives a good report from RealHolidayReports.com. Visitors to the site spoke favourably of how spacious and clean it was. They commended the staff at hand while the children enjoyed the facilities available to them.
The site is very open which is nice, they are good at keeping it quiet after dark so not an 18-30s style holiday ƒº The pitch sizes are good, seems to be lots of space. The staff are VERY friendly and helpful, there are rules which is good as it sets clear expectations on what is allowed vs not.
– R1cbm, UK Campsite, Jul 2012
The site is great and well laid out with a very good outdoor play area for the children and a few animals and a lovely outdoor swimming pool. The site shop is well stocked and not a rip off as sometimes they can be.
– Loopj, UK Campsite, Aug 2011