This beautifully-appointed detached lodge is situated on the peaceful St Day Tourist Park, on the outskirts of the historic mining village of St Day.
Located in a quiet corner of the holiday park, this lodge is ideal for couples or a family looking to explore both the north and south coasts of Cornwall.
This ground floor lodge is furnished to a high standard throughout and offers a sociable open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen where you can prepare delicious evening meals, a dining area and a comfortable sitting area.
There are two bedrooms, a double and a twin and a contemporary bathroom.
Outside the lodge the decked veranda wraps around the lodge where you can sit and indulge in the lovely six seater hot tub, whilst the children explore the great outdoor playground.
A short drive will take you to the wonderful beaches of Porthtowan or Portreath or take a walk along the stunning coastal path to blow the cobwebs away.
Also nearby are Cornwall’s premier leisure centre, golf, fishing, horse riding and surfing are all readily available, so there really is something for everyone.
With the main trunk road being easily accessible this lodge is an ideal touring base for discovering the whole of Cornwall.
Note: This property is next to Ref 953029, together they sleep 8.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Porthtowan 5 miles; Portreath 6 miles; Truro 7 miles; St Ives 20 miles.
St Day was once the mining centre for mid-Cornwall until nearby Redruth took over the title, and you can still see the terraces of granite cottages originally built for the miners. The village was originally named after the little known Saint Day or Dye (better known in Brittany). The village now has a pub and convenience store, as well as a granite, gothic-style church dating back to 1828. Six miles away is the popular village of Portreath which attracts visitors from around the world with its wild and rugged coastline. High cliffs, secluded coves and sandy, surf-washed beaches typify the area while all around are reminders of the area's rich industrial heritage. Portreath offers a small fishing harbour, shops, a number of pubs, three cafés and a Chinese restaurant, while its safe, sheltered sandy beach is a popular attraction. For a great day out, visit the cathedral city of Truro with its cobbled streets, shopping centre, theatre, museum and great restaurants, just 7 miles away, or travel a few miles along the coast and follow the vast expanse of sandy beach, which leads down to Hayle and on to St Ives. A delightful holiday location.