Crantock, Cornwall (PRWEB UK) 17 October 2012
Families can book a seven-night stay during the school break (starting 26 October) from only £240 for a mobile home sleeping up to six and receive two free tickets to:
- The Eden Project, including entry to the Little Monster’s Halloween Ball (30-31 October, worth £23.50)
- Lost Gardens of Heligan, including the Big Draw Autumn event (27 October, worth £20)
- Newquay Zoo, including the Boo Halloween Party (30 October, worth £19.90)
Trevella is an independently run holiday park tucked into the north Cornwall countryside close to the tiny town of Crantock and the surf capital of Newquay. Holiday homes come with beds made up on arrival, a television and kitchen kitted out for self-catering, plus luxury models that include iPod docking stations and digital radio.
Eden Project’s Halloween celebrations include pumpkin carving demonstrations, wand making, potion mixing and a Little Monsters’ Halloween disco.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is 200 acres of award-winning Victorian Gardens and sub-tropical jungle, the perfect setting to inspire budding artists taking part in the Big Draw, a nationwide initiative taking place on 27 October.
Newquay Zoo’s night-time Boo Party brings scary witches, black cats and wizards to the zoo with plenty of trick or treating and ghastly games for everyone who comes along.
More information and booking at http://www.trevella.co.uk.
Boilerplate: about Trevella Park
Trevella Park is a five-star camping and caravan park on the north Cornwall coast, close to Crantock and Newquay. The park is open from 1 April to 31 October each year and has a mixture of mobile home, pre-erected tents and touring pitches, plus a small number of privately owned holiday homes.
Trevella Park has been awarded the GOLD David Bellamy Conservation Awards for 14 years running and has been named as one of ‘Britain’s Best Parks’ by the AA, ‘Top Site of the Year’ by Caravan Magazine, one of the ‘Top 100 Family Parks’ in Practical Caravan, won ‘Britain in Bloom’ in 2010 and ‘Newquay in Bloom’ on several occasions.
Follow Trevella Park on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/trevellapark and on Twitter @trevellapark
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