A30 Cornwall

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  1. Moosehead

    Moosehead Read Only Funster

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    Off to Newquay area tommorow evening so need a stopover somewhere off the end of the M5 or preferably along the A30. Any suggestions.

    Ta
     
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    We're at a new C&CC site just off the A30 near Crockernwell and Cheriton Bishop.
    Just past Tedburn St Mary.
    Nice site - franchise rather than warden managed. Friendly staff - very clean.

    We're leaving here tomorrow morning to go to Doubletrees Farm at St Blazey Gate near St Austell for a week.
     
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    We went to "Dornafield" at Newton Abbott then had a lovely walk around the harbour at Torquay at night and then went to Newquay via the A38 next day instead, there is also a nice shopping complex you pass on the way to Newquay from there too.
    Dornafield is a lovely site, even order you fresh bread, croissants and a morning paper. Now there is service with a smile!!:Smile:
     
  5. shedbrewer

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    Overnite on way to newquay,,,,,

    Hi Moosehead, if you look out for Temple, past the Jamaica Inn, on the A 30you will see a biggish layby with flags and a Joe's cafe on your left, it may be a little noisy ,,but it's FREE,,,,,jack & patty cornwall
     
  6. milkermel

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    quite a few people seem to overnight in the laybys around Lanhydrock national trust. no good for very large vans but ok for regular sized ones, Car park to National trust has good clean loos in it too!! if wanted
     
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    lots of large laybys on that road to stop on over night .
     

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