We all need a little something to look forward to, don’t we? That entry in the diary that gets you excited! Now is the perfect time to book your 2018 holiday in Cornwall!
With its beautiful beaches, idyllic destinations and top family attractions, it’s little wonder the county is the UK’s most popular holiday destination.
We believe in offering great value holidays for all – that’s why we’ve got 2018 breaks from just £89 for a 3-night stay. We’ve also got a great range of money-saving special offers available, including:
Save up to £100 for stays during the school holidays!
- SAVE £100 on 7-night stays or £50 on short breaks across our entire self-catering accommodation range. Enter code SUMME on checkout to apply the discount.
For these and other great deals click here to visit our special offers page
Our Cornwall holiday park has a superb range of self-catering accommodation for you to choose from – there’s something for all tastes and budgets at Kenegie Manor! Choose from a stay in our holiday apartments, bungalows, cottages, barn conversions and even our historic Summer House. All come equipped with everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Gas and electricity is included in the price and we even have dedicated pet friendly units available.
Our site is packed with facilities, designed to make your stray with us even more enjoyable. Our clubhouse complex, at the centre of our holiday park, is home to our indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and whirlpool – great for unwinding after a tough day exploring Cornwall! There’s also a tennis court and golf putting green where you can brush up on your sporting skills. We even have a shop, for those everyday essentials, as well as a laundrette too. In the evening, why not enjoy a tasty meal at our Old Forge Pub?
Located near to the pretty village of Gulval and overlooking the spectacular Mounts Bay and St Michael’s Mount, our Cornwall holiday park benefits from a superb setting. From here you can explore West Cornwall in all its glory, with its hidden coves and beaches, taking in the sights and sounds of St Ives, Falmouth and the Lizard Peninsular or spend the day at top family attractions including the Eden Project, Flambards or even venture all the way to Land’s End… We’re also just over a mile from Penzance, with its supermarkets, shops, cafes and restaurants!
Cornwall offers a huge amount of activities and things to see and do – and 2018 promises to be another bumper year! Cornwall’s what’s on diary is already bursting with great events for 2018 – and you could be here to sample some of the very best!
Some of our favourites include…
Royal Cornwall Show: No visit to Cornwall in early June is complete without a trip to the Royal Cornwall Show. Cornwall’s flagship event since 1793, the RCS gives a fantastic glimpse into Cornish life, with livestock judging, flowers, food, arts, crafts and hundreds of trade stands to visit.
Falmouth Sea Shanty Festival: Do you like your entertainment with a maritime theme? Do you love live music and singing? Then the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival is for you! This event is a great way to soak up the true atmosphere of Falmouth’s seafaring past with performances by dozens of groups from all the UK and beyond
The Golowan Festival: One of the biggest festivals in West Cornwall, the Golowan Festival in Penzance attracts big crowds in June! This is a community celebration of the traditional Feast of St. John and the festival has a packed programme of artists in celebration of music, performing arts & theatre
The Lafrowda Festival: Taking place in July, this is another popular event taking place nearby. This annual gathering celebrates community arts with twelve hours of free entertainment to suit every taste, with street performers, stalls, refreshments, bouncy castles and three spectacular processions.
August sees the return of the hugely popular Newlyn Fish Festival. Celebrating all things fishy, here you can satisfy your appetite with the best seafood you’re likely to find anywhere and help to raise money for the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.
In September why not head over to the north coast for the annual St Ives September Festival. The festival sees more than 300 events take place throughout the town. There’s two weeks of great music, exhibitions, walks, talks, workshops, films, comedy, theatre and plays.