out of 10
This is an absolutely brilliant park if you just want to get away from everything for a week.
It's up a really quiet country lane, and then quite a long drive way from that lane to the park, so no road noise at all.
The layout of the park is not at all like most holiday parks - instead of row after row of holiday homes, everything is mixed up, so you have tourers in with static caravans, mixed with lodges, cottages and pods.
There is hardly any entertainment, which again is great if you want to get away from it all - there is a games room, which is an old converted barn which houses a basic pool table, table tennis, air hockey and very basic wooden bowling alley - doesn't sound much, but the bowling alley kept a 9 and 10 year old perfectly happy for a good hour. There is a also a small toddlers room with a few bits for toddlers - again, not much, so it won't keep you there all day, but to be honest, if you come here, that's not going to be the sort of thing you're after anyway.
There is also an out door swimming pool, although that was closed during our visit in April - I think it opens mid-May.
There is a small but extremely well stocked shop which opens for a few hours during the day.
All of the staff that we met were extremely friendly and happy to stand a chat, and often remembered conversations from earlier in the week, which I think is always a good sign!
If you're after a daily fix of the outside world, Wi-fi is only available in the office/shop, play room areas, and even then, on the couple of occasions we used it, we found it to be quite slow. Likewise, the phone signal itself is pretty ropey - but once again, that's what makes this such a great part for getting away from the world for a few days.
A tip if you want a nice breakfast - the Lost Gardens of Heligan are only about 10 minutes drive away cross country, and you can go in their cafe without paying to go in to the actual gardens.
We would highly recommend the park, and will be going back next year.
Confirmed guest, 2017-04-08