Sun Haven Valley Country Holiday Park Cornwall
Sun Haven Valley offers a tranquil retreat in the picturesque countryside
of Mawgan Porth,
We are are family run caravan park offering static holiday caravans and a campsite where we accept tents, camper vans and touring caravans, so you can bring your extended family and have separate accommodation whilst enjoying the same small park!
Sun HavenValley is 'low-key'. We have NO club, NO bar, NO evening entertainment and during the high season (Whitsun week and mid-July to mid September) we have a STRICT no-noise-after-10.30pm" policy.
Whilst some people are able to pick up a TV signal on the campsite you should come prepared that there is no tv signal on the touring field (satellite dish is better but not guaranteed) and no mobile phone signal (though this gets better by the year) so be prepared for a digital detox, we do have a communal TV room and a phone box. For the children there is a games room plus a playgound and large central lawns for childrens games but there are no large arcades and no clubhouse keeping you up late or disturbing the peaceful surroundings of this holiday park in Cornwall
Where to eat near Sun Haven Valley Holiday Park in North Cornwall
We prefer to keep things quiet on-site, but there are some great places to eat and drink nearby for those interested in a party or after some entertainment.
Just 100m from the front gate a small cafe has opened called "Off The Path" open for breakfast and lunches, this little spot has outdoor and covered seating overlooking the opposite side of the Valley, it is idillic for breakfast in the sun, or grabbing some of their delicious breakfast to bring back to the campsite.
2 minutes walk from our back gate is Mawgan Porth Pools Cafe, a small cafe serves cooked breakfasts and light lunches, usually only open until 2pm, enjoy your meal with a view of the beautiful fishing lakes.
5 minutes walk from our back gate is Retorrick Mill, a cornish country stable block that has been converted to a bar. Retorrick often hosts relaxed music nights, with reggae bands or DJs. At Retorrick Mill you will also find Scott & Babs Bistro, a small restuarant that serves locally sourced food, they are quite popular with the locals as a popular quiet spot, but they can get very busy during the peak season so booking is advisable.
If you're looking for a nearby restaurant or pub to sit and eat, a miles
walk east will reveal the picturesque village of St Mawgan, with an award-winning
pub The Falcon Inn serving evening meals or a Traditional
Tea Rooms serving light lunches and cream teas throughout the day.
3/4 mile in the opposite direction along our famous "beach footpath"
lies Mawgan Porth, a little-known beachfront village which is home to The
Merrymoor Inn serving food all day, in addition to a handful of local
amentities including a convenience store, a café, Off The Beach
restaurant, and of course a holiday must: a fish'n'chip shop!
For a special celebration choose from Jamie Oliver's coveted "Fifteen" fine dining restaurant a short drive away in Watergate Bay- alternatively Rick Stein's Restaurant in Padstow offers a more casual experience (but a long waiting list in the main season). The Scarlett Hotel here in Mawgan Porth is popular for its incredible sea views and adult-only surroundings, and the Bedruthan Steps Hotel in nearby Trevarrian offers a similar experience with all ages welcome!
During the summer we do have a variety ofmobile food vendors that come to site and you can get a fantastic meal right just by the back gate, however the vendors and nights in which they come are subject to change so please check before you assume they will be here.