Cornwall DA – Celebrating our 50th Anniversary in 2022

Porth THS

THS SITE DETAILS

Site Location

Availability

From: Sunday 27th March 2022
To: Wednesday 13th April 2022

Directions

From Newquay, on A392 take B3276 at roundabout, site on right approximately 0.5 miles.

Description

Porth’s large sandy beach is just 100m away and ideal for families. It is regarded as one of the safest beaches for swimming in the Newquay area. Porth Beach Tourist Park nestles in a lovely countryside setting with the spectacular North Cornwall coastline just outside the park entrance. Whatever you choose to do on holiday – either on foot, by bike or by car – the site is ideally situated for the whole family’s enjoyment.
The amenity complex has the ultimate in shower and toilet facilities. Central heating, air conditioning, free showers, free powerpoints, washing cubicles and baby bath plus amenities for the disabled.

Features

Pitches allocated on arrival, Includes EHU, Full facilities site, Shower and toilet facilities, Washing cubicles, Baby bath, Amenities for the disabled

BOOKING INFORMATION

Site Fees

£15.50 per unit night including EHU.

Pitch fees include two adults plus children up to 18 years, or 21 years if holding a Youth Test Certificate.

Extra adults are charged at an additional £3.00 per person per night.

Non-members are welcome to camp with and in a full members’ unit on payment of a Member’s Guest fee of £3.50 per person.

General Booking Information

When booking please be sure to give the size of your unit, including any awnings, annexes etc. This is essential information because some of the larger units will not fit on a standard pitch.

MEMBERSHIP CARDS MUST BE PRODUCED FOR EACH ADULT OR GUEST MEMBERSHIP FEE PAID.

Deposit Payable By

Cheque/BACS Payment, Booking in advance recommended
Booking Contact Details

Mick & Pauline Jackson

1c Beaman's Close, Solihull, Birmingham B92 7RA

07717 481 483

Please see our THS Rules page which is the official information from The Camping and Caravanning Club concerning the use of THS’.