Landal Gwel an Mor nabbed the top prize at this year’s VisitEngland Awards for Excellence.
The park is within walking distance of the sandy Portreath beach, with many of the lodges featuring private hot tubs and log burners.
Guests can also make use of the onsite spa, indoor swimming pool, tennis court, fitness suite and free high speed wifi, wildlife centre and Mediterranean restaurant.
For active customers, there is a fishing lake, archery, fencing, a soft play centre, a golf course and a croquet lawn.
They can also opt for added extras during their holiday, including champagne and canapes in their cabin, handmade chocolates, daily breakfast packs and picnic hampers.
A recent addition is a collection of eco lodges, available to both buy and rent.
Prices start from £428 for a week in a six person cabin this May.
The awards also recognised England’s best hotel, B&B, guided tour and visitor attraction.
The country’s best hotel went to Rudding Park in Yorkshire.
The 90-room luxury hotel set in 300 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland features a spa, two restaurants, a kitchen garden, private cinema, two golf courses and a conference and events
It was also voted Best New Spa in UK at the Good Spa Guide Awards 2017 – rooms are available from £203 a night.
Meanwhile, the best B&B went to Alkham Court Farmhouse in Kent.
The traditional Kentish farmhouse within Alkham, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has been providing bed and breakfast accommodation for the last 15 years.
On arrival, guests receive a complimentary drink with homemade cake, before relaxing in the hot tub and sauna with views of the garden.
Professional therapists can even be booked to visit the farmhouse, using products from Neal’s Yard.
Rooms within the farmhouse can be booked from £140 a night, or there is a glamping option in a restored 19th Century shepherd’s hut.
For those looking to help themselves, Sheepyard Barn at The Suffolk Escape won best self catering holiday provider.
The Sheepyard Barn sleeps up to 12 guests and features a large, open plan living space with views over rolling hills.
There is a large, well equipped kitchen, a home cinema system, a wood fired pizza oven, outdoor lounge, a separate kids play/TV room, a hot tub and a private indoor swimming pool.
As well as exploring the surrounding countryside, guests can also indulge in spa treatments at the barn and play a round of golf.
VisitEngland’s annual Awards for Excellence 2018
Bed & Breakfast of the Year
GOLD Alkham Court Farmhouse, Kent
SILVER – The 25 Boutique B&B, Devon
BRONZE – South Lodge Boutique B&B, Buckinghamshire
Boutique Guest Accommodation of the Year
GOLD – Yorebridge House, Yorkshire
SILVER – Hever Castle & Gardens, Kent
BRONZE – Cary Arms & Spa “Inn on the Beach”, Devon
Guided Tour of the Year
GOLD – York’s Chocolate Story, Yorkshire
SILVER – World of Wedgwood, Staffordshire
BRONZE – Cotswolds Distillery, Warwickshire
Holiday Park / Holiday Village of the Year
GOLD – Landal Gwel an Mor, Cornwall
SILVER – Seafield Caravan Park, Northumberland
BRONZE – Polmanter Touring Park, Cornwall
Hotel of the Year
GOLD – Rudding Park, Yorkshire
SILVER – Lucknam Park, Wiltshire
BRONZE – Seaham Hall, County Durham
Large Visitor Attraction of the Year
GOLD – National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire
SILVER – Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
BRONZE – Moors Valley Country Park and Forest, Dorset
Self Catering Holiday Provider of the Year
GOLD – Sheepyard Barn at The Suffolk Escape, Suffolk
SILVER – The Milkshed, Devon
BRONZE – The Treehouse Hotel at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, Kent
Small Visitor Attraction of the Year
GOLD – the Charterhouse, London
SILVER – Hall Hill Farm, County Durham
BRONZE – Screech Owl Sanctuary & Wildlife Park, Cornwall
Taste of England Award
GOLD – Restaurant Hywel Jones by Lucknam Park, Wiltshire
SILVER – Miller’s Fish and Chips, Yorkshire
BRONZE – Askham Hall, Cumbria
Tourism Pub of the Year
GOLD – The Riverside at Aymestrey, Herefordshire
SILVER – The Cartford Inn, Lancashire
BRONZE – The Bruce Arms West Tanfield, Yorkshire
In other categories, Yorebridge House, Yorkshire – a 5 Star, 3 AA Rosette, boutique hotel in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales won best boutique guest accommodation.
The guided tour of the year went to the team at York’s Chocolate Story in Yorkshire.
While other British cities were built on steel, coal or wool, York’s fame and fortune have rested on chocolate for almost 300 years at companies like Terry’s, Craven’s and Rowntree’s.
Through a guided tour at York’s Chocolate Story, guests can find out about the history of the city and its relationship with chocolate, chocolate making and the art of the chocolatier through three floors of interactive exploration.
The National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire – 150 acres of land featuring more than 30,000 mature trees, as well as thousands of different flowers, won best large visitor attraction.
And the Charterhouse in London won best small visitor’s attraction – an almshouse built in 1371 that has featuring in the writings of Daniel Defoe, Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray.
VisitEngland Chief Executive Sally Balcombe said: “From an outstanding boutique hotel in the Dales to a tour of York’s chocolate-making history, from pine holiday lodges on the sandy beaches of Cornwall to a quintessentially English country-pub in Hertfordshire, these winners provide outstanding and truly memorable visitor experiences.”
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