Discover a region of unspoilt natural beauty with a stay Kenegie Manor Holiday Park in Cornwall.
If you love the great outdoors, exploring new places and trying new things then our park in this quiet corner of Cornwall is definitely for you. Enjoy cliff top walks along the South West Coast Path, dine at some of the UK’s finest restaurants or go for a dip in the turquoise blue waters of a golden sandy beach – the choice is yours!
The stresses and strains of daily life can certainly take their toll. But there’s no better way to recharge your batteries than a break away to beautiful West Cornwall. Unlike some parts of the county, West Cornwall is quieter and has an unspoilt feel about it.
This is the place most familiar to fans of shows like Poldark, with its quiet coves and sparsely populated landscape. This is the place where you turn off your phone and get back to nature.
From our holiday park in Cornwall you’re only a short distance from so many must-visit places. Here’s just some of our favourites…
Arguably one of Cornwall’s best-kept secrets, this rugged point of land juts out into the English Channel and is Britain’s most southerly stretch of coast on the mainland. There are so many amazing places to visit here but your journey should definitely start at the very tip of the peninsula at Lizard Point. Here you can visit the legendary lighthouse that warns ships approaching this dangerous stretch of coast or take a walk down the RNLI Lifeboat station and begin a walk along a quite breath-taking stretch of coast.
The Lizard is home to many picture-book villages, with tiny thatched cottages, defying gravity as they cling together on the cliff-tops – just enticing you to go for a wander around. Places such as Cadgwith Cove, Coverack and Porthoustock are well worth a visit. Explore the narrow streets, the beaches and the fresh fish landed daily here.
And it’s also home to some rather special beaches too. From the huge stretch of sand at Loe Bar on the west side of the peninsula to the pebbly beach at Cadgwith on the south east corner… there are so many different beaches just waiting to be explored. One of our favourites (although it can be busy in the summer months) is Kynance Cove, with is spectacular rock formations, turquoise blue waters (and great café!). Want to see more? Why not take a look at this great vide from Visit Cornwall below…
Located near Penzance, our holiday park in Cornwall is at the heart of this remote region. And so it’s relatively easy to get out and about. One minute you’re getting the car packed and the next you’re at your destination.
We love West Cornwall. We think it’s a special place and, if you love holidays off the beaten track then we think you’ll love it too.
If you’re looking for adventure then West Cornwall has it in bucket loads. This region is home to some of the county’s best beaches. But they don’t give up their secrets easily and many do take some finding (or walking too, at least). Our particular favourites are those at Porthcurno, Pedn Vounder, Porthgwarra (as seen on Poldark), Church Cove (also on Poldark) and magical Sennen Cove.
Whether you want to just lie back and soak up the sun or want to build the perfect sandcastle with your kids, there’s a beach in west Cornwall that’s right for you!
Away from the beach, we highly recommend that you either lace up your walking boots and explore the coast here or jump in your car and take a drive around some of the villages. Enjoy a cream tea or in the cafes or simply enjoy a stroll around some of these beachside settlements that look as though they have hardly changed for decades. Here Cornwall really does reveal its most individual side.
However, should you wish to feel more connected to civilisation then the towns of Penzance and, further north, St Ives are not too far away.
Another big lure for visitors to the region is the many award-winning attractions nearby. And, the good news for our guests is that they’re only a short distance from our holiday park in Cornwall.
One of the most popular attractions is the iconic St Michael’s Mount. Just a few miles from Kenegie Manor, this island world is accessible via a cobbled walkway at low tide or by boat when the tide is in. Here you can discover the history of this Medieval castle and gardens and delve into its past as a fortress, priory and a home. Well worth a visit.
The other attraction most synonymous with the region is Land’s End. Be warned, there is much more than just the iconic signpost highlighting the distance to New York… Land’s End has become a mini theme park, with lots to see and do – so you can easily spend a few hours here or even the day if you combine it with a walk along the coast.
In truth, we’ve just scratched the surface of what you can see and do in West Cornwall. There is simply so much to experience that you’ll have to come back again and again. That’s why such a large proportion of our guests come back every year. You can read more about holidays in Cornwall here.
If you’re considering a break in Cornwall this year then why not stay at our quiet park? We’ve got a huge range of self-catering in Penzance (/self-catering-accommodation/) including apartments, bungalows, cottages, barn conversions and even an historic summer house.
On park you’ll also find a good selection of amenities and facilities including our heated indoor pool, handy shop, launderette, Old Forge bar (ideal for snacks, meals or a quiet drink), tennis court and golf putting green.
If you would like to know more why not call us today on 0800 043 6449 or check prices and availability here