April 14 - 20th
Porth Beach - New Quay - TR7 3NH
Please note that all members must report to Reception on arrival.
Tell them that you are with The Welsh Globetrotters Club and give them you van registration number.
This will ensure that the barrier opens automatically for you.
1st class venue for more details go to
£15 per night including electric hook up.
Hosts - Ray and Jen
A fantastic venue for our Easter Rally. Lots to do and places to go - lovely walks or bus into New Quay and Padstow.
Porth Beach Tourist Park is situated in a valley surrounded by open countryside and yet is only 100m from Porth Beach. Down one side of the park there is a meandering stream, ideal for you to sit and watch the water flow and feed the ducks.
The beach at Porth is ideal for families – very wide with lots of room to build the biggest and best sandcastles and then to explore the many rock pools.
Porth beach is regarded as one of the safest beaches for swimming in the Newquay area.
Although the park is quiet and relaxing it is still within easy reach of all the amenities that Cornwall has to offer.
A30 – Exeter
Take the A30 from Exeter till junction marked ‘Highgate Hill’ for A39/A392 to Newquay and Indian Queens.
At the roundabout take third exit marked ‘Newquay Wadebridge’.
At the next roundabout marked ‘Halloon’ take second exit for Newquay A392 which will take you to Quintrell Downs roundabout.
From here you follow the signs for Newquay (Porth) A3058 which leads to Porth Four Turnings (approx 2 miles on).
Turn right on the B3276 (coast to Padstow).
You will find Porth Beach Tourist Park approx half a mile mile on your right.