Explore Victorian Gardens or enjoy Halloween at the Eden Project, for free!
Crantock, Cornwall (PRWEB UK) 18 September 2012
Trevella Park near Crantock in Cornwall is helping visitors embrace autumn by giving free entry in October to local attractions including the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan or Newquay Zoo.
The five-star holiday park on the North Cornwall coast is also offering savings of 10% off breaks in October, so seven-night stays start from only £211 for up to six people in a two bedroom mobile home (http://www.trevella.co.uk, 01637 830 308).
Autumn in the Lost Gardens
The Lost Gardens of Heligan were once part of an estate which was left to ruin, but has now been transformed into 200 acres of award-winning Victorian Productive and Pleasure Gardens and sub-tropical jungle.
Two free admission tickets (worth £10 per adult) are available with every Trevella Park booking and can be used throughout October. They include entry to events such as the Lost Gardens’ Big Draw (27 October) when aspiring artists are invited to sketch and paint displays of foods and fruits from Heligan’s stunning and diverse Harvest Display.
The Lost Gardens is also hosting an Autumnal walk (8 October) through the historic Productive and Pleasure Gardens led by the estate’s head gardener who will pass on his experience, insights and stories about the unique setting.
Halloween at the Eden Project
During the October half term families can choose free passes to the Eden Project, worth £23.50 per adult, and take part in Halloween celebrations which include pumpkin carving demonstrations, wand making, potion mixing and a Little Monsters’ Halloween disco.
Tickets are available with bookings at Trevella Park, where seven-night stays from 26 October start from only £240 for a two bedroom holiday home, including the 10% saving available on autumn bookings (http://www.trevella.co.uk, 01637 830 308).
*Note, two free passes available with every booking at 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.
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