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Well Parc Hotel
Well Parc Hotel
Dobbin Lane
Trevone

Padstow
Cornwall

PL28 8QN | View map
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The hotel is beautifully situated in almost two acres of grounds overlooking miles of glorious coastline, with Trevose Head to the left and the famous Round Hole of Trevone to the right. The Well Parc, although not crowded by any near neighbours is less than five minutes walk from the beaches and coastal path. The village is often overlooked by the summer tourist rush who miss the beautiful unspoilt beaches. Trevone hosts two beautiful beaches - one sandy, with full lifeguard coverage during the summer months which is perfect for surfing, sand castles and lazy sunny picnics. The other beach is aptly named Rocky Beach and is a haven of rockpools teaming with interesting discoveries, it also has a natural swimming pool within the rocks of the beach. Well Parc offers 10 letting bedrooms able to accommodate up to 26 visitors. We have a variety of rooms available ranging from Family Suites to Single. The majority of our rooms have en suite facilties and all with televisions, coffee and tea making facilities. Six have sea views whilst the others overlook nearby fields. Of the 10 bedrooms, there are two large family rooms, 2 triple rooms, 1 single and 5 doubles. Ray, Sally & Lee move from Oxford in 1980, with Eric (Sallys dad) and Etters the 18 year old Siamese. They began at Well Parc in Partnership with Harry and Joan and their son Greg. In 1982 Harry and Joan moved on. In 1984 Eric married Maggie and also Jodie (Ray and Sally's second daughter) was born. In 1991 a bunglow was built in our field for Eric and Maggie (which is now a holiday home) and in 1996 Eric sadly died.

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