Deerpark Forest Log Cabins (Cornwall) Reviews
Description:Log Cabin accomodation in forest surroundings in Cornwall
Newest Review: ... is near the small town of Liskeard. We went through Liskeard and it took us about 15 minutes to end up at the park. For about 10 of those 15 minutes you really feel like you're in the middle of nowhere as you're driving on really tiny roads with tall hedges either side and it can be difficult when you meet another car coming the other way. So we eventually saw the sign for Deepark forest log ... more
Customer Deerpark Forest Log Cabins (Cornwall) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/01/10, updated on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 1167 readings)
Back in December last year, my boyfriend and I decided we would take a week off from our jobs in January and plan a little holiday to avoid those post christmas holiday blues. We were thinking of going to stay in one of my company's hotels in Bournemouth but my boyfriend happened to spot a fantastic deal on hotukdeals.com. It was advertising the company forest holidays and we found that they had reduced many of their hoiday park prices for a special offer in January. The company has cabin and caravan/camping holidays parks in various parts of the country and the particular park we stayed at was called Deepark cabins in Cornwall. The park advertises ... Read the complete review
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