Property Ref: 1253
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Ask
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: N/A
Short Breaks: Ask
The park home is double glazed and has gas central heating.
Inside the park home is a large lounge with digital TV/DVD, and there is a separate dining area with dining table and chairs.
The kitchen is fully equipped with full size cooker,large fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine,dishwasher, cooking utensils, crockery and a vacuum cleaner.
There is a king size bedroom with wardrobes, also a double bedroom with a wardrobe and cupboards.
There is a bathroom with overhead shower, toilet and wash basin.
Outside there is a large garden with table and chairs, a washing line and ample hard standing parking space.
Pillows and duvets are provided, but NOT bed linen or towels.
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About the Area
Seven Bays Park forms part of St Merryn Park and is one large complex on the same site.
On site there is a children's play area, shop, Sky sports bar and diner, basketball and tennis courts.
St Merryn Park is situated 1 mile from St Merryn, close to the famous fishing port of Padstow and also renowned for Rick Stein's fish restaurants.
The site is ideally located for some of Cornwall's finest beaches and St Merryn is locally known as '7 bays for 7 days'.
St Merryn Park is conveniently situated close to the A39 making trips to the Eden Project, Camel Creek Adventure Park and all the other major attractions that Cornwall has to offer, easily accessible.
St Merryn also has a wealth of eating places, including Chinese, Thai, fish and chips, a bakery, garage, shop and much more/
Fishing, surfing, horse riding, coastal walks and cycle paths are all close by.
We are 12 miles from Newquay (without its prices), 8 miles from Wadebridge (a cycling haven) and 3 miles from the historic fishing port of Padstow, made famous by Rick Stein who is a frequent vistior. Take a boat ride from the harbour to watch dolphins, fish on the Emma Kate, or the Jubilee Queen boat ride for a tour of our wonderful coast