For a family or two couples seeking fun and adventure on holiday, a stay at this lovely and spacious dog-friendly lodge offers it all.
Set within a large quarry, the two private spectacular lakes boast a variety of outdoor pursuits including diving and wild swimming.
Walkers and cyclists are also well catered for as within a mile is the start of the famous Camel Trail taking you through the moors and countryside along a disused railway line all the way to Padstow.
After the thrill and excitement of a day on the moors or enjoying the exhilarating lakes, relax in the hot tub before returning to the lodge, or gather your loved ones for a barbecue.
The lodge is both spacious and comfortable with an open-plan living room, well-equipped kitchen and cosy dining and sitting areas.
When it comes to dining out, within two miles you have two of the finest moorland pubs in Cornwall.
Close by in the village is the award-winning Old Inn, dating back to the 11th century with homely dog-friendly bars and huge roaring log fires in the winter.
A little further is the Blisland Inn famous for providing the finest range of real ale in the County and is a former national CAMRA pub of the year.
With so much to do and see in the immediate area you could well spend your entire holiday here but you are in a good central location for touring Cornwall if you decide to venture further afield.
A perfect base for an action packed holiday whatever time of year.
This property can be booked with 962967, together they sleep 9.
Two bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Family bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
About the location
Bodmin 7 miles; Lostwithiel 14 miles; Padstow 17 miles; St Austell 20 miles.
St Breward is a small village set amongst beautiful countryside in Cornwall, about 7 miles from Bodmin. The village offers all the amenities you will require during your stay with a shop, village hall, church, two playgrounds and a pub. A footpath in the village creates a nice circular loop past the holy well, the church and across the River Camel. Nearby, you can also enjoy the Camel Trail which is popular with both walkers and cyclists and winds its way through the town Wadebridge on its journey to the sea at Padstow. On the edge of the town is the fascinating museum and haunting presence of the old Bodmin Jail, which was built from granite excavated from this very quarry back in 1840. Close by are the open spaces and wind swept grandeur of Bodmin Moor while the incomparable Eden Project (11 miles), Falmouth’s National Maritime Museum (30 miles) and the beautiful harbour town of Padstow with its famous pubs and restaurants (16 miles) make for great days out. There is a good choice of country pubs and restaurants in the surrounding area.