Twenty minutes from the city of Truro and thirty minutes from the historic port of Falmouth, our central location gives you easy access to all that Cornwall has to offer.
Miles of coastline, harbours and coves, rivers and creeks; acres of natural beauty; towns filled with character and legend, and a warm and friendly reception from the Cornish people.
From the border to the end of the land, Cornwall is there to be discovered - and you are never very far from Chacewater Park.
Chacewater is in the heart of tin mining country, The mineral tramway's 11 mile coast to coast trail (as seen on the BBC's Railway Walks with Julia Bradbury) can be walked or cycled and you can join the trail close to the park entrance, going either to Devoran (near Falmouth on the south coast) or Portreath (on the north coast). Chacewater Village just three-quarters of a mile from the Park has two public houses both serving food, a free car park, convenience store, post office, health centre, fish and chip shop, bakery, laundrette and a village hall.
100 yards from the park entrance there is a bus stop with buses to Truro or Redruth, and from these towns there are bus routes covering Cornwall. Three miles from our park there is a park & ride for Truro, which, as of December 2012 costs £1.80 per person for a day pass to include both parking and park & ride bus it is £1.00 for concession pass holders after 9.30 am.
Our nearest supermarkets are either Tesco at Redruth four and a half miles or Sainsburys at Truro five miles both of which have petrol stations.
With Cornwall offering so much, to enable you to see or do all you wish during your holiday with us, we provide an information service for whatever your interest might be: gardens, historic houses, wildlife parks & sanctuaries, coastal walks, golf, shopping or the right beach. Just ask us!