Quality holiday accommodation set in the heart of Cornwall.
Twenty nine self catering holiday lodges and superbly restored 18th century engine house nestle in six acres of peaceful parkland with a meandering stream running through the park. These lodges offer character accommodation in the range of sizes and prices. The smaller lodges offer individual character with a variety of different layouts. Some are set on the slopes with a path or steps to reach them.
- Dog Friendly
- Games Room
- Garden views
- Just two miles from St Austell
- Quiet rural setting near the village of Polgooth
- Close to A390
About St Margaret's Park
- 29 self-catering holiday lodges to suit all needs
- Three bedroomed lodges positioned on level lawns offering easy access to the playing field and dog walk
- All lodges have outside furniture to allow you do enjoy the fine weather
- A small playing field with football posts, outdoor badminton and activity equipment for younger children
- A small launderette with coin operated machines
- Book and games library
- Five minute walk to the local village shop, post office and the Polgooth Inn.
“The park is ideal if you want a peaceful stay. Grounds and lodges are nice, clean, well equipped and well maintained. Really enjoyed our stay - great location to enjoy all of Cornwall. Will definitely be back!”Andrew S, Trip Advisor
What can you do during your stay?
- Explore the South West Coast Path towards Mevagissey to the west or Fowey to the east
- Visit Eden Project (6 miles)
- Spend a few hours at the Lost Gardens of Heligan (5 miles)
- Discover the secrets of Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre (3 miles)
- Try out watersports at Pentewan Sands or Porthpean beach (3 miles)
- Visit the historic market town of St Austell (1mile)
- Look around the quaint harbour towns of Mevagissey (4 miles) or Fowey (10 miles)
- Walk around the historic port of Charlestown; home of the tall ships (3 miles)
- Carlyon Bay
- Par Sands
- Pentewan Sands
- Gorran Haven
Discover your Cornwall
Long sandy beaches, hidden coves, rugged moorland, quaint fishing villages, deep wooded valleys, bustling seaside resorts, industrial heritage, rocky headlands, colourful gardens, idyllic rivers and a bijou city, Cornwall has a bit of everything for those who want to explore.
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