Places to buy holiday homes in Cornwall

Buying a holiday home is an exciting experience, however, from the financial side of things to choosing where you want your home-from-home to be - it can be daunting to know where to start. Cornwall is a hugely popular holiday home destination, thanks to the stunning coastline, warmer weather and host of attractions. If you’re planning to buy a holiday home in Cornwall, but are unsure of whereabouts to make your base, our experts at Parkdean Resorts have put together a handy guide to the area, to help you decide.


Newquay's array of beaches in Cornwall

From the breathtaking clifftops to golden sands, Newquay is known as the surf capital of England and is one of the most visited towns in Cornwall. If you’re a fan of water sports, vibrant nightlife and enjoy the hustle and bustle, Newquay could be the perfect place for your Cornwall holiday home. At Parkdean Resorts, we have a number of holiday parks offering ownership opportunities near Newquay - including White Acres and, of course, Newquay Holiday Park.

Newquay is an ideal holiday home hotspot for anyone who enjoys having plenty to see and do. This lively town has something for everyone, including quieter spots such as a range of National Trust walking trails and the peaceful Japanese Garden.

East Looe

A view over East Looe pier and beach in Cornwall

Famous for its Banjo Pier and spectacular harbour, East Looe is another popular town in Cornwall. With an array of small shops, cafes and restaurants, alongside the stunning natural beauty of Looe Island, it's a real gem on Cornwall's southern coastline. You can venture over to West Looe with ease as the two towns are connected by a bridge. East Looe has a wealth of history and a rich fishing heritage, with many fish merchants still working there today.

If this charming town sounds right up your alley, be sure to check out our holiday homes for sale at nearby Looe Bay Holiday Park - and you could soon call this Cornish town your home away from home.


A peaceful boating lake surrounded by trees in Helston Cornwall

Helston is the most southerly town in Great Britain and is also one of Cornwall’s oldest towns dating back over 800 years. History and nature lovers alike can enjoy all this Helston has to offer, from Coronation Park and the River Cober to Helston Museum and Grylls Monument. Acting as the gateway to Cornwall's spectacular Lizard Peninsula, Helston is the ideal place to buy a holiday home for those wanting to truly immerse themselves in Cornish history and culture, with the annual Flora Day celebration still taking place each May.

If this sounds like the perfect spot for your holiday home, take a look at the caravans and lodges we have for sale at Lizard Point Holiday Park.


A bench overlooking Polzeath Beach in Wadebridge Cornwall

The town of Wadebridge in North Cornwall is perhaps best known for its Camel Trail - 18 miles of flat trail perfect for cycling, jogging or walking. Wadebridge is home to an array of countryside making it an ideal holiday home destination for those who want both coastal and green surroundings. From the River Camel running through the town to the annual Cornwall Folk Festival, Wadebridge is enriched with history, culture and stunning landscapes.

St. Minver Holiday Park offers the perfect location in Wadebridge for a holiday home, explore our range and enquire online today!

If you’re still not quite sure which town or village in Cornwall is the perfect location to buy your holiday home in, why not 'try before you buy', by taking a short break at one of our Cornwall holiday parks? It's a great way to get a feel for the area and check out the local amenities. Alternatively, you can explore the caravans and lodges we have for sale in Cornwall online today.