Location of our Holiday Park in Cornwall
Lanyon Holiday Park is situated in the heart of the Cornish mining country, on the outskirts of the village of Four Lanes, Redruth. Only three miles from the A30.
Positioned in the middle of the South West of Cornwall, surrounded by open countryside with distant views to the sea.
It is an ideal base to stay and be able to visit and explore the many delights of this historic area, see www.cornwalls.co.uk/mines.
Some of Cornwall’s finest beaches are only a short distance away, the closest beach to the north coast is Portreath, just six miles away. Great for body boarding.
The village of Four Lanes is just a 10-minute walk from Lanyon Holiday Park, and has a shop / post office, a pub and bus stops where you can catch the bus to either Redruth or Helston [which will link you to the main routes]. See www.firstgroup.com/cornwall
A short walk from the holiday park is the Great Flat Lode, with miles of walking and cycling tracks. See here for more information www.cornwalltrails.net/main-trails/the-great-flat-lode/
There are many reminders of the areas historic tin mining past.
Directions to Lanyon
Leave A30 at Camborne/Pool A3047 exit.
Keep to the left hand lane.
Drive straight ahead when you come to the next two sets of traffic lights.
Pass Tesco Extra on your left hand side.
At the next traffic lights turn right over railway the bridge (signed posted Four Lanes).
Follow this road up the hill [approx 2.5 miles].
At “T” junction, turn right.
Then take 2nd right at Pencoy’s Village Hall onto Loscombe Lane.
Lanyon Park is approx 400 meters down this road on the left.
Lanyon Holiday Park Access Statement
Arrival and Car Parking
A tarmac road with a speed limit of 10mph leads visitors to Reception. Car parking is available next to most lodges and static caravans, together with and additional car park. Parking is allowed on all touring pitches, mainly on grass.
Main Entrance and Reception
The main entrance to the Park is via a public road from the village. Reception is 200 meters from the entrance with signposting. Car parking is available along the approach road and close to Reception on tarmac. Entrance to Reception is via a porch (one small step in, not wheelchair friendly) with Tourist Board information and other useful telephone numbers on display. A second door leads into Reception with laminate floor, two Reception desks, seating and a host of information about the area and places to visit.
Opening hours are displayed on reception door along with an on call contact mobile number. Keys, information, maps and allocation of touring pitches take place here. Emergency telephone facility close by.