Trelawne

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Reviews of Trelawne Manor Holiday Park, Looe

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Review by daniel harrington on 14th April, 2007

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the caravan we stayed in was very very nice an was very clean the staff who worked on the syite were very polite an helpful an would do all they could to help you in the best way possibl.we had a really good time so we have booked it again for next year.

Date visited: 22nd until 14th

Review by james atkins on 3rd April, 2007

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as my family owns a caravan at trelawne manor i have had a lot of oppurtunity to see what the site and the surronding areas have to offer. There are endless supplies of things to do on site for example the nightly entertainment down at the squires club all the way to fishing down at the on site fishing lake which is home to some fair sized carp. There are also many things to do not far from the site as the picturess town and seaside of looe offer not only shopping and relaxing on the golden sandy beaches but crab fishing sea boat trips at little prices. Also not far off the doorstep is polperro another picturess fishing village with everything from hiking up the cliffs to relaxing in the local pub house. As i said in the date of visit i have been trewlane manor many times over the 4-5 years but still have fount no end to the amount of fun and enjoyable activities to do i would reccomend trelawne manor not only to families but to everyone from young couples all the way to the elderly it is just somewhere nice you can relax and put your legs up and enjoy life.

Date visited: many times within the last 4-5 years

Review by james atkins on 3rd April, 2007

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as my family owns a caravan at trelawne manor i have had a lot of oppurtunity to see what the site and the surronding areas have to offer. There are endless supplies of things to do on site for example the nightly entertainment down at the squires club all the way to fishing down at the on site fishing lake which is home to some fair sized carp. There are also many things to do not far from the site as the picturess town and seaside of looe offer not only shopping and relaxing on the golden sandy beaches but crab fishing sea boat trips at little prices. Also not far off the doorstep is polperro another picturess fishing village with everything from hiking up the cliffs to relaxing in the local pub house. As i said in the date of visit i have been trewlane manor many times over the 4-5 years but still have fount no end to the amount of fun and enjoyable activities to do i would reccomend trelawne manor not only to families but to everyone from young couples all the way to the elderly it is just somewhere nice you can relax and put your legs up and enjoy life.

Date visited: many times within the last 4-5 years

Review by claire botha on 15th September, 2005

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this was the best holiday i have ever been on, there is plenty for the kids and every one is sooo frendly and there alot for the adults lik the bar and the town not to far away and theres plently of relaxasion with out the kids beeing there because they will make friends in the first day but if ur a close family theres plenty to do together the pool,mini galf,and the family discos in the bar there also a kids club(foxy kids) and its great 4 the lil ones i would strongly reconmend this and theres also a nice walk throuhg the forest and a fishing lake on the camp site theres no beter place

Date visited: 20-8-05

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