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Enjoy a relaxing winter break in Cornwall at Kenegie Manor

Book your accommodation only winter break from just £195*

Explore the narrow walkways of a quaint fishing village, wrap up warm and take a bracing walk along a deserted beach or enjoy a mouth-watering meal at one of the region’s many award-winning eateries. Whoever said Cornwall was just a summer holiday destination? With so much to see and do, Cornwall is the ideal place for year-round getaways… and Kenegie is the perfect place for your winter escape.

Overlooking the beautiful Mounts Bay and St Michael’s Mount, our holiday park is the perfect setting for your winter break in Cornwall. From our site, you can visit top family attractions, sample great local events and soak up the winter sun – and SAVE money too!

Our range of warm and cost self-catering accommodation are perfect for winter breaks! Snuggle up on the sofa after a tough day exploring charming fishing villages, visiting idyllic seaside destinations or walking the South West Coast Path.

February half term holidays

As we settle into the New Year, a February half term holiday could be the perfect pick-me-up to avoid the winter blues. And what better place to blow away those cobwebs than beautiful Cornwall?! From breathtaking beaches to award-winning attractions, no matter when you choose to visit, holidays in Cornwall always impress.
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Cosy winter accommodation

Gold Apartments!

Stays in our Gold Apartments start from just £195 this winter! These warm, cosy yet spacious self-catering apartments are ideal for families and are finished in a contemporary style. They come well equipped, with gas central heating, modern fixtures and fittings throughout and boast large living and dining spaces, all with en-suite shower facilities to the master bedrooms as well as flat-screen TVs, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer/dryer.

Our Cornwall holiday apartments are located centrally in our holiday park and our Winter breaks are ideal for independent  guests that  enjoy the peace of our lovely 11 Acre park  to visit Cornwall or Family do not require our Swimming Pool or Old Forge Bar facilities which will be closed from Saturday 28th October 2022 – Friday 11th February 2023.  (Check in will be by lock box code released 24 hours before arrival)

New Platinum Apartment!

A new addition to our range of accommodation is a refurbished Platinum Apartment. Add a little slice of luxury to your holiday with a stay in this lovely property, which benefits from a spacious and modern living and dining area with an en-suite to the master bedroom with flatscreen TV/DVD combi and luxury Hypnos Beds. Bliss !!

Sample some great local events on your winter break in Cornwall

It may be a quieter time of year, but there’s still plenty to see and do in Cornwall during the winter months. Here are just some of our favourite events happening across the county.

Fowey Christmas Market
Provisional Opening Times:
Friday 2nd Dec 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm,
Saturday 3rd Dec 10.00 am – 7.30 pm
Sunday 4th Dec 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

The beautiful seaside town of Fowey hosts a weekend of festive entertainment, food and drink, and plenty of opportunities to pick up some great Christmas gifts.

Made In Cornwall Christmas Fayre, Truro
Monday 29 November – Thursday 2 December:
Hand-crafted wall hangings, jigsaw puzzles, candles, pottery, calendars, clothing, treasure trails, handmade chocolates and local ales are just some of the goods which will be available at this year’s Made in Cornwall Christmas Fair.

Flambards Christmas Fayre
Saturday 30th November – Sunday 1st December
Back for its fourth year, Flambards once again hosts its wonderful Christmas Craft Fayre, a festive and family-friendly event, combining the magic of Christmas with the perfect opportunity to choose some great gifts and treats, plus get to meet Father Christmas.

Padstow Christmas Festival
1st-4th December
Head to the north coast and the harbour town of Padstow to embrace the festive season. See this fishing town come alive with celebrity chefs, culinary delights and festive fun.

Mousehole Christmas Lights
12th December-17th January
The Christmas lights in Mousehole draw many thousands of visitors each year. Truly a stunning sight, with floating displays of lights in the harbour and around streets filled with the aroma of mulled wine and festive food.

The ultimate late-season getaway!

Nothing says ‘cosy’ quite like spending an evening at a proper Cornish pub on a cold winter’s night, does it? Pull up a chair or grab a table close to the fire and enjoy a drink or some hearty Cornish food in one of the many quaint pubs nearby. Whether you want something traditional or modern, there are plenty of pubs to choose from – and there’s a great collection close to our holiday park. Some of our favourites include.

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  • The Cadgwith Cove Inn: After a tough day exploring the Lizard Peninsula why not head to the stunning little fishing village of Cadgwith and have a pint or a tasty meal here?
  • The Coldstreamer in Gulval: It’s only a short walk from our holiday park, but this place is well worthy of inclusion on our list. A fantastic place for Sunday lunch, it enjoys a great setting overlooking the church
  • Pandora Inn, Mylor: Do you want sea views? A thatched roof? Great food and drink? Then you need to head to The Pandora. This pub is popular, and rightly so. With its own floating pontoon, you can eat outside and enjoy the winter sun or step into this traditional old building, which has been lovingly restored. One not to be missed!


Mature coupleDon’t forget your walking boots!

It’s time to blow away those cobwebs! Lace-up those walking boots, dust off that cagoule and explore the great outdoors! Cornwall is a fantastic destination for walkers, with the South West Coastal Path winding its way around the coast for hundreds of miles.

Based close to the south coast, Kenegie Manor is ideally located for you to pick up the coast path. Some of our favourite stretches include:

  • Marazion to Penzance: This 3-mile stretch takes in views of Cornwall’s most iconic landmark – St Michael’s Mount. Overlooking Mounts Bay you can walk this fairly easy route from Marazion into Penzance without getting out of breath!
  • Mullion Cover to Lizard Point: Mullion is a beautiful spot on the Lizard Peninsula, with some truly breathtaking views, only eclipsed by those at your destination, Lizard Point – the UK’s most southerly mainland point. While you’re here why not visit the famous lighthouse?
  • Sennen Cove to Land’s End: It’s only a short walk (1.2 miles) but well worth it. Sennen is a gorgeous little place and the walk around to Land’s End is what it’s all about (and getting a photo with that rather famous sign!). Here you can enjoy a spot of lunch and learn all about the history of this iconic destination.

For more information on winter breaks in Cornwall or to speak with us about our accommodation or deals, contact us today at 0800 043 6449

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