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Sea View International, St Austell

Sea View International
Boswinger
Gorran
St Austell
Cornwall
PL26 6LL
Tel:01726 843425
Fax:01726 843358
Email
Lat/Long:50.236N -4.819
Opening dates:1/4 - 30/9

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No. of pitches:163
Time of Last Entry:21:00
Price guide (2 people, 1 tent, 1 night, no car): £17.00
Awards:AA 5 pennant, ETC 5 star, Gold Bellamy award

General Facilities:

Tents Permitted Motorcaravans Permitted Caravans Permitted Chalets Available Disabled Facilities Shop on Site Off Licence on Site Restaurant on Site Payphone on Site Bookings taken

Free facilities:

Flushing Toilets Chemical Toilets Hot Water Drinking Water Electrical Razor Sockets Hot Showers Washing Up Facilities Pool Pets Permitted Toilet Roll Supplied Games Room Childrens Playground

Extra fee facilities:

Electrical Hookups Launderette on Site
Credit Cards Accepted:Visa Accepted Switch/Maestro Accepted Visa Delta Accepted Solo Accepted
Languages:English Spoken German Spoken Dutch Spoken

From St. Austell take the B3273 signed Mevagissey. Before village turn right following Brown Tourism signs to Park.



Sea View International Weather Forecast

Thu 2nd
Overcast Clouds
Overcast Clouds

Temp: 8-11°C
Wind Speed: 27Km/h
Wind Dir: WSW

Fri 3rd
Overcast Clouds
Overcast Clouds

Temp: 8-12°C
Wind Speed: 21Km/h
Wind Dir: W

Sat 4th
Scattered Clouds
Scattered Clouds

Temp: 7-10°C
Wind Speed: 16Km/h
Wind Dir: WSW

Sun 5th
Light Rain
Light Rain

Temp: 5-8°C
Wind Speed: 25Km/h
Wind Dir: E

Mon 6th
Few Clouds
Few Clouds

Temp: 6-7°C
Wind Speed: 23Km/h
Wind Dir: ESE

Tue 7th
Sky Is Clear
Sky Is Clear

Temp: 4-7°C
Wind Speed: 18Km/h
Wind Dir: NE

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Sea View International Reviews

Sea View International

By far the best site I have ever visited, maintained to the highest standards, quiet (No Club) and ideally situated for touring the area from Falmouth to Fowey including the Roseland peninsula. A family owned site with a multitude of facilities where nothing is too much trouble, half a mile from a quiet national trust beach, close to the picturesque fishing port of Mevagissey and within easy reach of both St. Austell and Truro where all major supermarkets are sited. I first visited the site in 1973 and have visited on many occasions since, watching it develop from a basic camping field, into the now beautifully landscaped and appointed site it now is.

Tony 2004-05-28

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