Camping, Touring & Self Catering Holidays in South West Cornwall
Welcome to Lanyon Holiday Park
Lanyon Holiday Park is situated in the heart of the Cornish countryside. The nearest public transport is 500 meters away in the village of Four Lanes, with pubs, shops, post office and public phone.
Holiday in the heart of spectacular countryside, we are ideally positioned to explore the many charms of west Cornwall.
Nearby the unique Mineral Tramways network offers 50km of off road cycling and walking trails. Sailing, fishing and wind surfing are available two miles away and of course being in Cornwall you are never too far away from the beach.
Our campsite and some of our self catering cottages accepts pets all season, and with a large choice of local beaches that allow dogs in Cornwall just a short drive away, your four legged friend can enjoy a holiday too!
Check out our Dog Friendly Beach Guide for details of 10 dog friendly beaches within 13 miles of the campsite.
Our Gold Pitch come with access to electric hook up (min 10 amp)
A modern toilet and shower block that is kept very clean throughout the season
RJ’s Bar & Grill
Bar and restaurant serving quality food at a fair price.
Shop & Takeaway Cafe
RJ’s has a takeaway cafe and shop serving great breakfast’s and snacks
Play Park / Swimming Pool
Fully equipped play area and heated outdoor swimming pool.
Dog Exercise Area
A one acre paddock with short grass is available to exercise your pet.
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