News from Trevaylor
Diggers and dumpers galore here at Trevaylor, we’ve been busy moving a track to create 4 more XL pitches for those of you with bigger units, they can take 5m wide by 7.5m long or those that just want that bit more space and you’ll have oodles on these 12m x 12m pitches. More pics to come as the fences go in and the hedges are planted. So grateful that it was reasonably dry and Griff did an amazing job it almost looks like it was always there!
Settled in the beautiful natural Cornish surroundings Trevaylor campsite blooms in the spring/ summer season, and now as we look forward to open our gates once again, Trevaylor is ‘Looking Good’.
We are looking forward to seeing your all again, we have missed you, please take care to read the advice on how best to prepare for your stay, as you can imagine things have changed slightly due to the Corona virus epidemic (Click here for more info). (more…)
We can now inform you that the facilities block for camping and touring will be open with restrictions these are:
Facilities Block – face masks must be worn when in the toilet and shower blocks – please bring enough to cover your stay – supplies may not be available locally
- The hand basins are hand-washing ONLY. NO teeth brushing, shaving or strip washing at the basins – please do this back at your pitch and carefully dispose of wastewater at the grey waste disposal point (found near the chemical waste point)
- Ensure you comply with the numbers allowed in any area of the facilities block at any one time
- If the facility has reached its capacity level, there will be a need to queue externally
- Please follow demarcation for queuing for facilities block marked on the floor. Do not enter any narrow area unless it is clear that you can pass to your destination.
To comply with social distancing the play park will not be in use, the shop and all communal areas will be closed. We are always contactable via the phone please ring 01736 787016.
We strongly advise that those with their own facilities use them.
Some changes on site:
- Hand sanitisers will be stationed around the site
- Follow instructions on hand washing and hand sanitising
- Hand dryers and hair dryers not in use
- Doors and windows in all facilities rooms must be kept open during the day
- Restrict your time in the facilities block to under 15 minutes
- We encourage you to bring your own toilet paper to reduce contamination risk
- Laundry room will be run on a one in one out basis no washing up to be done inside
- Bring your own washing up bowl fill in the laundry for washing up back at your pitch
More details and information on pre-arrival is available by clicking on the links at the end of this page.
Ain’t nobody here but us chickens!
Good news everyone – we have the go ahead to open on the 4th – no official guidelines in place but the Trevaylor team have been working hard to get the site ready to welcome you back safely. (more…)
Less than a mile from the Trevaylor campsite entrance is the beautiful Porth Ledden cove.
Situated in the amazing Cornish Mining Heritage District and An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we are always working hard at bringing the beauty of our natural surroundings to the forefront of the ‘Trevaylor Campsite’ for all our campers to enjoy. (more…)
We are very nearly there with the ladies toilet block, here are some photos of the journey that started at the beginning of January!! Almost ready for our reopening on the 1st MARCH 🙃🥳 (more…)
This years dates announced as 17th – 19th April 2020. Visit the wonderful Porthleven Food Festival while combining it with a relaxed stay at Trevaylor in one of our luxury self – catering caravans, holiday cottage or on one of our touring pitches.
Porthleven is only 20 miles/30 minutes from us, so having (over?) indulged, you can enjoy a wonderful walk or two on the coastal path that will be adorned with wildflowers in April and just across the road from the campsite, therefore making the trip calorie neutral! 😉
Cornwall has its charm, its history and its beauty in bucketfuls. For those intrepid explorers who want to go further, be adventurous and traverse it’s enchanted castles, hike it’s wild moors and dive into it’s turquoise coves, southern Cornwall is the place to do it.
This year was our first real taste of what Cornwall has to offer, and to tell the truth we have not been disappointed by our choice to relocate our family to this special place. We have found there is always something new to do, to try or places to explore here in Cornwall, our children have such a wide variety of activities and interests, here they are spoilt for choice.
Hiking – one of the most exciting trails in Britain, The South West Coastal Path
Cycling – wonderful B roads for on road enthusiast or off road trails for those who like to be off the beaten track.