Our holiday homes are equipped with gas cooker, kettle, microwave, toaster, refrigerator, colour television and gas or electric fire, or central heating through out.
Duvets and pillows are supplied but you will be required to bring your own towels, tea towels and bed linen – or you can make your holiday a real break and let us provide freshly laundered sheets and duvet covers for everyone (just tick on the booking form if required).
All the holiday homes are 6 or 8 berth (except Godrevy) having one double bedroom and the other double bed can be made up in the lounge area. All holiday homes have there own private garden furniture outside.
Well-behaved pets are allowed in certain caravans only by prior arrangement but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Here at Roselands Caravan and Camping Park, we have aways enjoyed having animals around us at the caravan park from our dogs to our beautiful free range hens who produce the most tasty eggs for breakfast.
On the plus side this is the gorgeous Cornish countryside that we have been blessed with to be surrounded by and the animals that we have spotted from time to time on a late evening summer walk or just flying over head. I have added a few of the above below and I hope you can visit us and enjoy them too.
For all who like a free range egg in the morning, we have 6 free range hens at Roselands, please ask Craig or Kerry or even the kids and we will sell you at fair price half a dozen. The photo to the right is one of our Buff Orpington hens. We have several different types of hens here at Roselands Caravan Park, Buff Orpington, White Sussex and Lohmann Brown.
The Lohmann Brown chickens are not choosy when it comes to food. They can eat almost anything they think they can eat. They are human-friendly and make good pets especially for children. Even when they don’t look really unique or creative, people still like them because they’re just naturally friendly. This makes them lovable.
Orpingtons are big, friendly dual-purpose birds originally developed in the UK, and for many small farms Orpingtons are the only way to go! They’re friendly and cold-hardy due to their fluffy plumage. The Buff Orpington is the most popular and all varieties, especially the black and blue, are rare.
The Sussex breed originated in England and bred as dual purpose chicken in AD 43 An alert and docile breed, the Sussex chicken is quite adaptable and is comfortable in both confined place and free range. One of its notable physical characteristic is its tail which is contoured at a 45 degrees angle. In standard size, rooster weighs nine pounds, while the hen weighs seven pounds.