Directions to Porth Beach Holiday Park
Whether you’re flying, driving or arriving by rail getting to our Cornwall caravan and camping site couldn’t be easier. We have great transport links, with Newquay Cornwall Airport just a few miles up the coast and Newquay railway station only a five minute drive from our site.
The airport, just 10 minutes’ drive away, has great links with London, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham as well as Ireland and Scotland.
For those travelling by train, Newquay Railway Station is on the Newquay-Par branch line. It is served by larger high speed trains in the summer months, to cope with increased passenger demand, but runs smaller commuter trains out of season. The line connects with the main Penzance to London Paddington line and also runs through Plymouth, which is where you will change on services arriving from the Bristol and the North of England.
The station is only a short taxi or bus ride from our Newquay caravan site.
Arriving by car is simple – and those bringing large touring caravans need not worry; there’s plenty of room for manoeuvre! There’s easy access from the road with a wide entrance approach for all cars, caravans and tourers.
From A30 – Exeter
Take the A30 at Exeter, signposted for Bodmin, and stay on this road until you meet the Highgate Hill junction just before Fraddon. Here leave the A30 and take the third exit at the roundabout signposted Newquay and Wadebridge.
At the next roundabout, Halloon, take the second exit signposted A392 to Newquay. Follow this road for several miles until you come into Quintrell Downs. At the roundabout take the third exit and go over the railway line, following the road into Newquay. After continuing along Henver Road you will come to a double roundabout, known as Porth Four Turnings. Take the first right onto the B3276, signposted for Padstow, and you will come to our touring park after about a mile on your right hand side.
From A39 – Wadebridge
If you are arriving into Newquay from the Atlantic Highway – the A39 running along the north coast of Cornwall – turn right onto the A3059 when you arrive into St Columb Minor and travel into Newquay.
After continuing along Henver Road for about three quarters of a mile you will come to Porth Four Turnings double roundabout. Take the first right onto the B3276, signposted for Padstow, and you will come to our touring park after about a mile on your right hand side.