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Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Review

The outdoor swimming pool at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park

Wondering what Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Looe is like? We stayed there for three nights as a family of four. Read about what we thought in our Trelawne Manor Holiday Park review…

Trelawne Manor Holiday Park is one of several family parks owned by the John Fowler group. Based just outside Looe in Cornwall, Trelawne Manor Holiday Park has some fantastic facilities including a heated outdoor and indoor swimming pool, games area, fishing lake and Squires clubhouse as well as a restaurant and shop.

We thought the swimming pool was fantastic and we enjoyed the on-site entertainment too. Find out more about what thought…

Our caravan at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park

What did we think of Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Cornwall?

Arrival and check-in was easy! We had booked one of the cheaper caravans through a Daily Mail deal and it was spotless and exactly what we expected. Actually possibly nicer than we thought it would be!

Trelawne Manor Holiday Park John Fowler Looe is built in the grounds of a 15th-century manor house so the main building has an elegant feel to it. It’s not your typical family holiday park!

We stocked up on some food at the on-site shop (which had plenty of options) and purchased takeaway from Chefs Corner, the on-site restaurant that evening.

Dance Competition at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park

What was the entertainment at Trelawne Manor like?

The entertainment at Squires was fun (at least for me!). Although we didn’t spend long in there, it was great to have the option. My son won one of Foxy’s dance competitions which was really sweet – he still has the badge in his room! We really like Center Parcs breaks too but I think sometimes they lack the evening entertainment that I like the kids to get involved in.  

We arrived on the day the outdoor swimming pool at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park re-opened for the season. The kids used the swimming pool twice when we were there and it was one of our favourite things about Trelawne Manor. The complex has a small pool for babies and toddlers too which the kids played in quite a bit.  

The playground at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park

The playground at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park is good for little ones. We also went for a few walks around the holiday park and everyone seemed friendly there too.

Trelawne Manor Holiday Park is a great gateway for other attractions in Cornwall and family days out. While we were there, we went on boat cruise around Looe, a visit to The Eden Project and rock pooling at one of the lovely beaches.

Outside dining area at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park

Room for improvement at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park?

The inside dining area Chef’s Corner, the restaurant at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park was very small. I think they may be doing a refurb so this may have changed now?  

Our overall thoughts about Trelawne Manor Holiday Park…

Our break at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park was a great option for a budget friendly family holiday in Cornwall.  We really enjoyed visiting the lovely town of Looe too. Trelawne Manor Holiday Park itself was great value for money. We liked the historical feel to it with its elegant facade. The outdoor and indoor pools were a real bonus for us too!

We hope you found this Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Looe Cornwall useful? To find out more about the park, visit John Fowler Holiday Parks.

If you are looking for the contact number, postcode or address, here it is:

Address: Trelawne Manor Holiday Village, B3359, Trelawne, Looe PL13 2NA

Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Phone Number:0844 318 3050


For other ideas for family breaks in the UK, read all about our break at Haven Church Farm Holiday Park in Pagham.

Haven Church Farm Holiday Park Review

11 COMMENTS

  1. We visit Looe every summer but always stay out of the area. I think this is a great post, I have been trying to convince my husband for years to spend a few days near Looe. We usually stay in Millendreath or further afield in Newquay. I do love Looe though, cute little fishing town.

  2. Trelawne Manor Holiday Park Cornwall seems to be a very interesting place, where I would really like to go, although I do not have small children to enjoy the fun that is possible there.

  3. This looks fab. More than ever people are look for somewhere that won’t cost a fortune AND keep the kids entertained. I have never been to Cornwall (I live in Scotland) but it is definitely on the list!

  4. Oh I love Looe, I went there years ago but haven’t been back. I need to go back! Lovely to see a caravan park with a great pool and slide. My kids would love that

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