Fishing and Camping Holidays in Cornwall

January 22, 2010 by  
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If your looking for a great fishing holiday in Cornwall then look no further than Perran Springs Holiday Park. Set is a peacful valley not too far from the golden sands of Perranporth beach this site offers three great fishing lakes for all the family.

Camping and Caravanning

With spacious flat level pitches, the fishing lakes can literally be within a stepping distance from your pitch. If your wife isn’t one to fish then she can relax in the quite surroundings, take a walk around the parks nature walk, visit carn moor which runs just below the park, or if the family prefer the beach, then Perranporth is only a 5 minute drive away, or the city of Truro is only a 20minute drive away for a great days shopping!

This site also boasts award winning amenities, with free powerful hot showers. Some have described the facilities as superb and not the normal run of the mill facilities you expect on a holiday park. With a laundry and a small shop which sell the essential items (and a good range of fishing tackle), there is sometimes little need to leave the park. For the children there is a play area and large recreation field for ball games.



Own Your Own Holiday Home

If you fancy owning your own holiday home so you can fish most of the year, then get in touch on 01872 540568 and pre-book your holiday home. This is a new development and the holiday homes are set within prime positions, only a stones throw away from the three lakes. So please pre-book now to avoid disappointment!


Wildlife


Professor David Bellamy has selected Perran Springs Holiday Park to receive his important and prestigious Conservation Award at the GOLD Level.
This award is granted only to holiday parks which have demonstrated a positive sound commitment to the natural world. The David Bellamy Conservation Awards are described by Professor Bellamy as the ‘Green Olympics’ – and go only to parks which help protect and enhance the natural environment.

So if your looking for a great fishing holiday in Cornwall then please consider Perran Springs Holiday Park.

Fishing Holidays in Devon

May 19, 2008 by  
Filed under Fishing Holidays in Devon


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In my opinion Devon is one of the best counties in the UK for sea fishing; it also holds a few great rivers for game fishing, and plenty of mature lakes for still water fishing. Therefore for a fishing holiday in the UK, Devon should be high on the list.

If being spoilt for choice over the fishing marks in Devon wasn’t enough! There is also plenty of fishing holiday accommodation to choose from too, including holiday cottages in Devon, farmhouses, B&B’s campsites and hotels.

Devon covers a wide area in South West, which means plenty of fishing marks. I’d imagine most people will think of Dartmoor and the city of Plymouth as being the most famous places in Devon, and they would probably be right.

However, my favourite area of Devon is located in South East Devon (to the right of Dartmoor and about a ½ hour drive North of Plymouth), in an area known as the ‘south hams’. With typical Devon countryside including the rolling hills, tall brick hedges and old traditional villages there are plenty of options for holiday accommodation.

I’m not so familiar with North Devon, but from viewing images it looks more in fashion with Cornwall, with a very rugged coastline.

Whichever coastline you choose its only approximately an hour from one coastline to the other. With plenty of good game and coarse fishing marks in-between.

As the fishing hotspots section in Devon continues to grow, you will also need to find accommodation in Devon. Shortly I will be providing a list of places to stay in Devon with fishing nearby.