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Caravan/Mobile Home | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 2km

Sorry, NO SHORT BREAKS, A Minimum of 7 Nights Saturday to Saturday Only. PLEASE DON'T REQUEST A SHORT BREAK we will have to refuse..

About Pooches Mobile Home. All of our Holiday properties are themed, Pooches has a Dog Theme.

Small, Quiet, Friendly, Exclusive 4 Star Park "Trelay Farm Holiday Park" is 0.5 miles from the historic village of Pelynt with its Pub, Restaurant, Supermarket, Butchers, Church and Post Office. Within 2/3 miles is the Holiday town & fishing port of Looe. 2 miles to the Quaint fishing Village of Polperro. Nearby are beaches, restaurants and numerous leisure activities. The park is beautifully maintained and perfectly placed to explore the many attractions that the wonderful county of Cornwall has to offer. Eden Project, Gardens of Helligan, Historic City of Plymouth, Stannary Town of Liskeard and much, much more. So why not come and enjoy this beautiful part of Cornwall.

Our Top of the range Luxury Mobile Home "Pooches" features: Colour TV/DVD - Microwave - Toaster - Kettle - Iron & board - Hairdryer - Central Heating Throughout - Inbuilt Fridge - Plush seating - Double glazing - Gas fire - Gas Cooker - UPVC Decking area - Free Gas and Electricity.

Pooches Sleeps 6 to 8 and consists of: Lounge - Kitchen - Diner - 3 Bedrooms including: 1 double bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms - pullout double bed in the lounge, bathroom - Grass area and parking area by the side. She is furnished to very a high standard.

Available for weekly or fortnightly bookings from the first week in December to the last week in October (Saturday to Saturday). Checking in after 3pm and checking out before 10.00am.

Gas and Electricity are included in the price.

Please bring your own bed linen, ie Duvet covers, Sheets, Pillow slips Towels and Tea towels ( Double bed is Kingsize). Linen is available for hire at reception. You will find your Holiday Home clean and tidy and we ask that you leave her in a similar condition.

Specials: Why not book for Xmas or New Year.!

New Years Eve Celebrations - Looe

Looe is now rated as one of the most popular venues in UK for New Years Eve celebrations. Come in Fancy Dress. Fireworks at midnight on the beach. P.S. Taxis are available but need to be booked well in advance.

Please ask for a quote.

All Holiday Prices are fully inclusive of: VAT, Taxes, Cleaning, Gas, Water and Electricity there are NO hidden charges. Will consider a dog at a cost of £25 Per week. NO SMOKING.

Available For Weekly Lettings Commencing Saturdays

• Accommodation Available From 3pm

• Please Vacate By 10am On Departure Day

• Keys obtained from Reception.

• Smoking is strictly prohibited in any part of this Holiday Home.

• No all Male or all Female groups accepted in this Holiday Home

The Owner of this Holiday Home cannot be held responsible for any personal injury, damage to personal property, or non-availability of site amenities beyond his control.

Any breakages or damage incurred during occupancy must be brought to the attention of the owner & may be subject to a charge.

We are sure you will have a wonderful holiday and would be grateful for your comments in the Visitors Book.

Happy Holiday

Ricky Hobbs, Director of Porthcawl Holiday Lets Limited.

Looe - Pilchard , copper & smuggling have all played a part in Looe's prosperity, but today only the fishing remains and caring for the visitor. As Cornwall's second most important fishing port, you'll always find colourful trawlers coming and going with great hustle at the fish auction held in East Looe's quay side market.

You can take advantage of the many boat trips around Looe Island & beyond, or deeper water in pursuit of fishing or diving. Enjoy a stroll along Banjo Pier or sit and watch the world go by in the many restaurants & cafes.

Polperro - The town is virtually traffic free so you can either travel by horse-drawn carriage, omnibus or simply wander at leisure through the narrow streets which lead down to the harbour. Fishing trips and pleasure cruises are easily arranged giving a smuggler's eye view of the spectacular coastline, or you can uncover secret paths from Polperro to the coves of Talland and Lantivet along the South West Coast Path. Between the cottages, in the small shops and converted sail loft, you can browse through local crafts, jewellery and artists studios, or sample the delights of the finest Cornish confectionery. The museum of Smuggling is a must, too!

Liskeard - Places of interest include the guildhall with its clock tower built in 1859, the Foresters Hall Home to the towns Museum and tourist information office and Stuart House where Charles 1 stayed in 1644.

Take a scenic trip on the Looe Valley line. Or visit the leisure facilities at Lux Park Leisure Centre. To the north west of Liskeard lies Bodmin Moor made famous by Daphne du Maurier's Jamaica Inn. The moors shrouded in mist and mystery - burial chambers and holy wells, giant stones and Bronze Age settlements, decayed mine working and disuses quarries.

Beaches

There are beaches for everybody some small and edged with rock pools, others just long curves of pristine sand and pounding surf.

For a good family beach with traditional seaside activities where you can hire a boat or enjoy a cream tea, Looe, provides a perfect setting.

Looe & Plaidy - Popular sandy beaches with all facilities nearby. Car parking at either the small quay side or main car parks.

Hannafore - Extensive shingle and rock beach, with good rock pools and view of Looe Island. Parking available on road by beach.

Talland Bay - A sheltered stretch of sand and shingle, with rock pools. Cafe/beach shop and parking by the beach

Seaton - Large sand and shingle beach with rock pools. All facilities nearby including car parks, toilets, cafe and pub.

Downderry - Sand and shingle beach with rock pools, swimming & boating. All facilities nearby.

Whitsand Bay - Four mile stretch of fine sandy beach. Cliff top car park and refreshments.

Kingsand & Cawsand - Attractive sheltered sand and shingle beaches with all facilities nearby including pubs, cafes, shops

Houses and Gardens

Mount Edgecombe House - Across the water from the historic City of Plymouth lies the great Cornish House of Mount Edgecombe. The House was built between 1547 and 1553 for the renowned Edgecombe family of Cotehele and became the home of the Earls of Mount Edgecombe.

Cotehele House - Enchanted and remote, perched

high above the wooden banks of the Tamar. One of the least-altered medieval houses in the country, it contains original furniture, armour and a remarkable set of tapestries.

Lanhydrock House - The grandest and most welcoming house in Cornwall, Lanhydrock is superbly set in 450 acres of woods and parkland running down to the Fowey river and encircled by formal and woodland gardens, lovely in all seasons. Dating from the 17th century but largely re-built after a fire in 1881, Lanhydrock has 50 rooms on show giving an extraordinary glimpse into the life of a Victorian country house. There is a restaurant and shop in the house and plant sales in the car-park.

Lost Gardens of Heligan - The award winning Lost Gardens of Heligan, asleep for more than seventy years, are now the scene of the largest garden restoration project in Europe. In the spring of 1991, the gardens lay beneath a blanket of bramble, ivy, rampant laurel and fallen timber. Just one year later, the restoration team opened the gardens to enable the public to share in the excitement of their discovery.

The Eden Project - A living theatre of plants and people. In a giant crater nestle the largest conservatories in the world telling the fascinating story of mankind's dependence on plants. If your idea of heaven is to spend the day in the saddle riding over Bodmin Moor or through glorious woodland, or for the fisherman course and fly fishing on the lakes of Bake Farm and Siblyback you are in the right place. There are five golf courses to choose from, one designed by the famous Jack Nicklaus at St Mellion.

For water sports enthusiasts there is surfing, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, snorkeling and scuba diving at a 5 star centre, deep sea fishing and much more.

Lux Park Leisure Centre boasts some of the finest indoor sports facilities in Cornwall, incorporating a swimming complex flume, chutes, leisure and play pools.

Enjoy the magic of Mozart by moonlight. Take a picnic and bottle of wine as the evenings become alive with music, dance and drama at location like the Sterts Art & Environmental Centre at Upton Cross or the gardens of Mount Edgcumbe or Cotehele.

Please Note:

Holidays are available throughout the year with the exception of November.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Talland Bay 2 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 750 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Plymouth 30 km, Nearest railway: Looe 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Climbing frame, Swing set
Access Parking

The West Country region

There are beaches for everybody some small and edged with rock pools, others just long curves of pristine sand and pounding surf.

For a good family beach with traditional seaside activities where you can hire a boat or enjoy a cream tea, Looe, provides a perfect setting.

Looe & Plaidy - Popular sandy beaches with all facilities nearby. Car parking at either the small quay side or main car parks.

Hannafore - Extensive shingle and rock beach, with good rock pools and view of Looe Island. Parking available on road by beach.

Talland Bay - A sheltered stretch of sand and shingle, with rock pools. Cafe/beach shop and parking by the beach

Seaton - Large sand and shingle beach with rock pools. All facilities nearby including car parks, toilets, cafe and pub.

Downderry - Sand and shingle beach with rock pools, swimming & boating. All facilities nearby.

Whitsand Bay - Four mile stretch of fine sandy beach. Cliff top car park and refreshments.

Looe

You can take advantage of the many boat trips around Looe Island & beyond, or deeper water in pursuit of fishing or diving. Enjoy a stroll along Banjo Pier or sit and watch the world go by in the many restaurants & cafes.

Polperro - The town is virtually traffic free so you can either travel by horse-drawn carriage, omnibus or simply wander at leisure through the narrow streets which lead down to the harbour. Fishing trips and pleasure cruises are easily arranged giving a smuggler's eye view of the spectacular coastline, or you can uncover secret paths from Polperro to the coves of Talland and Lantivet along the South West Coast Path. Between the cottages, in the small shops and converted sail loft, you can browse through local crafts, jewellery and artists studios, or sample the delights of the finest Cornish confectionery. The museum of Smuggling is a must, too!

Liskeard - Places of interest include the guildhall with its clock tower built in 1859, the Foresters Hall Home to the towns Museum and tourist information office and Stuart House where Charles 1 stayed in 1644.

Take a scenic trip on the Looe Valley line. Or visit the leisure facilities at Lux Park Leisure Centre. To the north west of Liskeard lies Bodmin Moor made famous by Daphne du Maurier's Jamaica Inn. The moors shrouded in mist and mystery - burial chambers and holy wells, giant stones and Bronze Age settlements, decayed mine working and disuses quarries.

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