BlogPrivacy Policy

Explore the stunning beaches of Cornwall

Explore the stunning beaches of CornwallRequest your freeBrochure
new holiday homes

Luxury holiday and static caravan parks in Cornwall

Oyster BayCornwall

Oyster Bay Coastal & Country Retreat

Own a special part of Cornwall's coast at Oyster Bay; luxury holiday homes perfect for water-sports enthusiasts.

  • 5-Star park; 12-month season
  • Owners’ lounge
  • Exclusive owner events
  • Paddle boarding, bike hire & windsurfing
  • The New Inn Pub & Restaurant
Ownership
Par SandsCornwall

Par Sands Coastal Holiday Park

By Cornwall's idyllic coast, with bountiful on-park facilities, Par Sands offers a luxury holiday home experience.

  • 5-Star park; 12-month season
  • Indoor pool & café
  • Leisure complex & tennis courts
  • Children's adventure park
  • Beachside Location
OwnershipHolidays
PentireCornwall

Pentire Coastal Holiday Park

Surrounded by natural beauty with a choice of stunning beaches, Pentire sits nearby the charming seaside resort of Bude.

  • 5-Star park; 12-month season
  • Holiday home owners' community
  • Holidays, seasonal touring & luxury camping
  • Unique location; ideal for exploring both Cornwall & Devon
  • Selection of stunning beaches
OwnershipHolidays

Why own a holiday home in Cornwall?

Owning a holiday lodge at one of our Cornish parks is perfect for the exploring beautiful, unspoiled beaches and picturesque countryside of Cornwall: everything you need for a luxurious, relaxing home-from-home.

Expect nothing less than top-class, luxury facilities and memories and experiences to cherish. Oyster Bay, Par Sands and Pentire holiday parks offer ownership of luxury static caravan ownership; something for everybody.

Whether you’re seeking peace and tranquillity or the opportunity for a high-tempo adventure, holiday home ownership in Cornwall is guaranteed to suit you down to the ground.

Child learning to surf

Explore Cornwall

The Eden ProjectCornwall

The Eden Project

The groundbreaking Eden Project is a global garden: two biomes containing thousands of plant species from all around the world, as well as a botanical garden. This is a perfect, educational experience for kids — but also an awe-inspiring day out for adults. One biome imitates a Mediterranean climate, the other a rainforest.

Local Attractions
The LizardCornwall

The Lizard

Lizard Point is the most southerly point of mainland Britain. With rocky coastline and stunning natural views, the Lizard Heritage Coast is perfect for a relaxing family day out. The peninsula also boasts a rather rarely geology, making it the perfect environment for unusual plants and fauna — why not check out some of the nature reserves?

Outdoor Activities
Jamaica InnCornwall

Jamaica Inn

The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier's 1936 novel, this traditional coaching inn is nestled in Bodmin Moor. So-called because of its association with the smuggling of Jamaican rum, the Grade II listed building has its own hotel, restaurant, bar, museum and year-round events — relive the 18th-century smuggler’s experience!

Food and Drink
Minack TheatreCornwall

Minack Theatre

Discover an iconic, open-air theatre carved into the granite cliffs of Cornwall. Ever since The Tempest was performed in 1932, the Minack Theatre is still recognisable and playing host to a variety of exciting shows. Even if there’s no performance taking place, the theatre is still open to visit.

Local Attractions
Trebah GardenCornwall

Trebah Garden

Discover a sub-tropical, year-round ravine garden with a coastline backdrop. With over four miles of footpath, you’ll be able to enjoy natural springs, waterside plantings and exotic blooms. There’s even a private beach, Polgwidden Cove, which was used as an embarkation point for troops landing on Omaha beach during WWII!

Local Attractions
Tintagel CastleCornwall

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel is a legendary medieval fortification quite unlike any ordinary castle. After climbing the path to the mainland courtyard, a walkway links you to the island where the castle sits. Soak up unforgettable coastline views, historical stories, myths and medieval buildings — and there’s also an island garden, beach and café!

Local Attractions
Land’s EndCornwall

Land’s End

One of the most legendary landmarks in the UK, Land’s End is the most south westerly point of mainland Britain. Aside from the breathtaking coastline itself, there’s plenty to do nearby to keep everyone entertained — plentiful eateries, a shopping village, an ice cream parlour, a 4D cinema and more!

Local Attractions
The Lost Gardens of HeliganCornwall

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Adventure and discover the largest garden restoration in Europe. One of the most spectacular botanical gardens on offer, The Lost Gardens were fully restored in the 1990s. Steeped in history, this all-season garden takes inspiration from the 19th century with a breathtaking variety of styles and designs on offer.

Local Attractions
Perranporth BeachCornwall

Perranporth Beach

There’s an abundance of gorgeous, sandy beaches in Cornwall — and Perranporth is certainly no exception. Famous for its long, sandy dunes and rock pools, this beach is renowned as the place to be for surfers, paddle boarders, snorkelers and sailors. What’s more, it’s also dog-friendly!

Local Attractions
Flambards Theme ParkCornwall

Flambards Theme Park

With white-knuckle rides aplenty, Flambards is the perfect, fun-filled family day out. After you thrill-seekers have got your adrenaline fix, there’s an award-winning indoor attractions area — step back in time with Flambards’ life-size Victorian village, or even experience Britain in the Blitz.

Local Attractions
Fistral BeachCornwall

Fistral Beach

Surfing fan? Or fancy a relaxing stroll along one of Cornwall’s finest sandy beaches? Backed by steep sand dunes, the iconic Fistral Beach is famous for its consistent waves, making it a prestigious international surfing destination. You’ll always be able to make a day of your visit by popping into Newquay, too.

Outdoor Activities
Carnewas and Bedruthan StepsCornwall

Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps

One of the most iconic Cornish landmarks, this National Trust site boasts gorgeous scenery — coves, windswept headlands, and views as far as the eye can see. Take care on the famous steep, narrow steps that lead down to Bedruthan beach — but prepare to be greeted by a fantastic reward.

Outdoor Activities

See where we are

Cornwall

Discover our luxury 5-star holiday parks in Cornwall. With sandy beaches, picturesque harbour villages and towering cliffs, Cornwall is the ideal location for holiday home ownership at Park Leisure.

N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.

Get in touch I’d like to Enquire or Book a Visit Get in touch I’d like to Request a Brochure

Sign up for exclusive Park Leisure news, offers and product updates via email

You can unsubscribe at any time by emailing unsubscribe@parkleisure.co.uk.
Read our privacy policy.