Trethorne Leisure Park (Cornwall) Reviews
Newest Review: ... approached what we thought was reception, we walked in and saw a small counter with a till. Behind it we could see a mini gift shop so we knew we were in the right place, but there was no staff around. My partner eventually poked his head round the corner into the restaurant area and was told there would be someone with us shortly. We had already pressed the bell by this time with no luck. I was starting to wonder if we should be turning round and going again as the place looked deserted, but thankfully a nice lady arrived and took our money. She talked us through hygiene procedures as there was plenty of animals to pet, and with the risk o... more
Customer Trethorne Leisure Park (Cornwall) Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/08/11
Saw their brochure looked really good. Was a bit wet but we were promised 'All Weather Fun Guaranteed'. I think the children had fun for a short while, adults certainly didn't. Place was very loud. Toilets were smelly and unclean, not sure the staff really wanted to be there. Took us all of 10 minutes to look around the site.
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 479 readings)
A couple of weeks ago whilst on holiday in Cornwall, we were looking for places to go on day trips. We happened to pick up a leaflet for Trethorne Leisure Park and decided to pay it a visit. ** What is there at the park? ** The park is advertised as an all weather tourist attraction that contains a farm, indoor and outdoor play areas, bowling alley, conference facilities and fully licensed restaurant and bar. The leaflet made the place sound amazing and we were really looking forward to going. When we go there we found there was plenty to do to keep any family occupied whether it's raining or not. To be honest we would prefer it on a dry day ... Read the complete review
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