Welcome To Frenton Farm CL
Mr and Mrs C Tatlow
Tel : 01726 823098
Email : email@example.com
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Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Our CL is a tranquil site, set in a garden situation almost surrounded by trees but we do have views of surrounding hills. We have 5 acres wooded Dog walk adjoining. The site is approx 2 acres with spacious lawned pitches which are flat or partly sloping. All pitches are numbered and of generous size with 16 amp electrical hook ups.
We have Tennis courts adjacent and are free to members. The CL is centrally located and is ideal for long stays and touring. The Bus stop at the site entrance gives an hourly access to all First Group bus routes. Takeaway food is available and can be delivered to your caravan by at least 3 suppliers. The local Pub/Shop/Fish and Chips/ATM's are just 1 mile. Free transport available if you have a large Motorhome. We also have a shop rider mobility scooter available, if needed, for local use.
Nearby towns of St.Austell and Newquay offer all the main supermarkets etc.Nearby Charlestown is an historic seaport and the location and set for many films including The Eagle Has Landed. We are also located quite close to the Eden project.
Our reception office is a mine of information such as time tables, menus, books,etc. On arrival you will be given advice as to which pitch is most suitable to your outfit.
We can take Children by special arrangement on a separate area.
Facilities : Adults only, Elecric hook up available, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Grass & Hardstanding pitches, Scenic views, Wifi, Dogs allowed,
Nearby : Shop, Public transport, Pub/Restairant.
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £13
We have just spent a week on this lovely site. We have a large Frankia motorhome and tow a Micra car....as you can imagine on some sites this can pose a problem with accessibility but this was not the case on this site, it was very easy, lovely hardstanding and plenty of room for the motorhome and car. The owners made us feel very welcome, The site is very well maintained and a big boost was the excellent wifi and tv reception. We have stayed on a few sites in Cornwall but will definitely be back to this one, it is a very good base to visit Cornwall and then return to a lovely peaceful site.
We've been caravanning for over 40 years and this is one of the best CL's visited. Spacious well kept, lawn like grass, ease of access and delightful owners who could not be more helpful. Very good TV reception and wifi is excellent. Colin and his wife May, do everything to make one's visit enjoyable. Our dog is well provided for with a good dedicated dog walk adjacent to the pitching site. We visit Cornwall twice a year to visit relatives and for the last 5 years have stayed on this site, it has always been a pleasure and we will be visiting again.
We stayed a week here. The site is very well organised and the owners couldn’t be more helpful. The weather was very wet but still no issues getting on and off the site.
Very Peaceful site
We had a marvellous one night stop here in November 2017. It was the first time out in our Autotrail. No issues at all with access into the site. The owners put us on the drive as they were working on the handstanding pitches. Perfect siting for us with electrical hook up supplied. Owners were extremely welcoming and very knowledge. Had a good catch up over a cup of tea and they have lots of information on the area as well as good welcome advice on motorhoming. Dogs are well catered for with two dog walks provided. The site is isolated, so a bit of a trek to any local shops. This would be OK in the summer but not so helpful during dark winter evenings. However there are a number of restaurants that will deliver takeaway to the site – the owners have all the information in their reception. TV reception very good and wifi signal good. There is a bus stop outside. The village playground and tennis courts are just outside the site. The only downside which did not affect us is the fact that there are no toilets or showers on site. The information states that there are toilets at the tennis courts – however these are now derelict. It did not affect us personally but just thought we would clarify this. We are looking forward to going back in the future.
Directions : From the north: Turn left off the A30 Bodmin-Redruth at the Victoria interchange, at island pass entrance and exit to Cornwall services on left, take next left onto B3274. Continue 1.3 miles and turn left signposted Roche/St Austell B3274. Continue 0.7 miles to island in centre of Roche village, take 2nd exit and turn immediately right signposted Redruth/St Dennis, or follow permanent diversion signs. In approximately 2 miles continue through Whitemoor village. Site on right in 0.5mile through white walled entrance to village Playing field. Site at the end of drive.