Porthilly Beach Holiday Park

Welcome to Porthilly Beach Holiday Park

Porthilly Beach Holiday Park is set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just 200 yards from the shore. The park originally opened in the 1960's as a touring park but has since evolved into a static and lodge site with just 50 highly sought after pitches. It is still owned by the same family today.

Whether you are staying in a luxurious lodge or a gorgeous caravan, Porthilly offers the ultimate relaxing environment to unwind. No on-site entertainment is needed, just a good book, swimming costume or a bucket and spade.

The park is just a short wander along the beach from Rock and all the activities that the Camel Estuary has to offer. Hop on the foot ferry at Rock to explore the harbour town of Padstow, a mecca for all things foodie, offering a versatile choice from fine dining to fish and chips on the beach.


    • Beach Nearby
    • Dog Friendly
    • Garden views
    • Hot tub
    • Parking
    • Rural & Countryside
    • WiFi
    • Linen provided
    • Laundry

    A little slice of heaven...

    There are 50 pitches on site, and most of the caravans are privately owned, but we offer a small selection for holiday letting. Our accommodation this year includes: 1 Luxury Cabin (sleeps 2) with sauna and wood-fired hot tub 1 Luxury Chalet (sleeps 4) with wood-fired hot tub 9 Static Holiday Homes which sleep 4-6.

    A handful of these are dog friendly (one dog accepted), and a selection of them also have enclosed balconies (very handy for dogs or young children!). Bed linen and towels are included in the price. WiFi is also included. Visitors may bring a boat with prior arrangement. We are just a 5 minute drive from Polzeath (for surfing).


    Justine "Beautifully well looked after caravan and amazing location. It was super clean and inviting. We had a great stay and would definitely come back again! Everything you needed was there and the welcome Cornish biscuits and a handwritten note was a lovely touch! Thank you!"

    Naomi "The caravan was very clean and tidy and all the kitchen equipment, pots, pans, plates, glasses etc were immaculate and in good condition. Everything we needed was there! The location is lovely and peaceful. It is close to the upmarket town of Rock, which is small but very nice. It is walking distance to Porthilly beach, a small sandy beach. Alternatively you can go to Rock beach or catch the little ferry boat to Padstow to go to Hawkers Cove which is a gorgeous big sandy beach, perfect for small children as its on the Camel Estuary, so the sea is really calm. There is lots to do on a rainy day as it is close to some great attractions. We had a great holiday without having to travel very far"

    Martin "We had a fantastic week at Porthilly, the caravan was immaculately presented, ideally positioned for all the North coast has to offer, but on a quiet/peaceful site. Just what the family needed to recharge batteries! We will be back!"

    "A lovely place, peaceful and positioned close to Rock and Wadebridge with a short ferry hop to Padstow. Great base for cycling with the Camel Trail and just so much to do and see here with fabulous walking and beaches along the Camel Estuary. Can't wait to return, something very special about this location and area".

    Andrew, Airbnb
    Porthilly Beach

    Oh I do like to be beside the seaside...

    Guests have the luxury of being less than a 3 minute walk to one of Cornwall’s finest beaches when on their holiday in Rock. Porthilly is just a stone’s throw from Rock and all the activities that the Camel estuary has to offer.

    Rock is renowned as one of the major water-sport centres in Cornwall – sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, canoeing and rowing are all activities which can be carried out in the relatively calm waters of the estuary.

    If you fancy keeping your feet on solid ground, walk onto the coastal path which leads around the golden sand dunes to Daymer Bay, Polzeath, Pentire Point and beyond.

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