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Seanicview Lodge

St. Ann's Chapel, Cornwall, Cornwall (Ref. 1049136)

3.9

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  • Sleeps 6

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Swimming pool
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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5 Customer Reviews

  • "On arrival we were disappointed that the house had not been thoroughly cleaned - even after extra time had been allowed to facilitate this - It could possibly have been sprayed and i would have no way of confirming that."

    However all the furniture was dusty - the kitchen waste bin was filthy - the fridge had food stains inside and on the door, the oven was not cleaned, the plug hole for shower downstairs was black with mould. My friend and I set too and thoroughly cleaned and disinfected everything before we brought our luggage in. I notified the owner that they may want to speak to the cleaners. - I was further amazed to see previous comments in the guest book relating to the same issues. Luckily we had taken our own linen and towels. Further to this the outside furniture was very dirty and the bench broken - there are two sofas in the lodge which were adequate for the 4 of us however as this is an 8 berth property I was surprised at the lack of extra chairs.The dining room similarly had 8 chairs although the table is a 6 seater and quite a squash for 8. On a positive note the lodge is in a nice location and views over the fields were delightful. Overall once we had cleaned the lodge we had an enjoyable stay.

    We would like to make all guests aware that since this review Seanicview Lodge has been renovated fully with new furniture and carpets throughout and has been newly decorated. We have also changed our housekeeping team and are happy with their services and attention to detail. We are sorry these guests had issues during their stay, we would always encourage guests to make contact with ourselves or Sykes Cottages if they have concerns during their holiday, as we will endevour to assist with any problems. Property Owner

    Reviewed by MarilynSep 2020

  • "The cottage was lovely and my only comments would be the WIFI was poor (I didn't care but my children were suitably annoyed."

    The TV was affected by the poor WIFI as there were lots of channels we couldn't watch and in fact were not even there. It was a wonderful base for travelling about the facilities on site and the bar on were very nice.. This is obviously a site for young families and there was plenty to keep them amused and the surrounding area was beautiful. Good clean site well maintained. It was nice to see kids having fun running around The shower was a let down because it was only place that wasn't very clean. I cleaned it and unblocked the drain as the water was draining very slowly. A pet hate of my mine is the use of a toilet brush. It may be an extra expense but each new tenant should have a toilet brush for the duration as using the one there with other peoples detritus actually makes me heave! I would certainly as it was a lovely place to stay well equipped and in a great spot. I would say although the house was advertised as disabled friendly,getting to it was a problem with the stairs for my 97 year old mum. Mum managed it every day so it's all good.

    Reviewed by MiriamAug 2020

  • "The Lodge was everything we needed for a family break in Cornwall."

    There was plenty of space for the whole family and the beds and sofas were comfortable. We used the kitchen facilities for cooking breakfasts and on 2 occasions evening meals. Table and coffee table used for board games ( of which we took our own) and great to have free view TV. Lovely to have sliding door access to outside space and only a short walk to the Manor with great facilities We booked our sessions in the indoor pool and used both bar and restaurant more then once, where we found the staff to be really friendly and accommodating. We would definitely use Sykes again and Seanicview Lodge.

    Reviewed by JulieAug 2020

  • "I think only that the steps down to the entrance need to be mentioned."

    Reviewed by MartinAug 2020

  • "We had a wonderful holiday and the views from the !"

    Ounge and main bedroom were fabulous. Unfortunately in this day and age for five adults, one teenager, one eleven year old and a six-month old baby, thriving area was inadequate; one classroom shower was totally insuffient. The Wi-Fi was very unreliable and as it was important for our present circumstances, it proved to be stressful and distressing. The strength and reliability of the Wi-Fi should have been mentioned on your website.

    Reviewed by GeorgeJul 2020

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Summary

  • Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground-floor double, 1 x twin, Bathroom with bath, basin and WC
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Living/dining room
  • Electric heaters
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD player, a selection of books, DVDs and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and Highchair available on request
  • Parking for one car by lodge
  • Secure enclosed decking area with picnic bench
  • Two well behaved pets are welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking in the lodge
  • Pub and small shop on-site
  • Note: Guests have free unlimited use of all facilities, which includes indoor and outdoor pools, gym and tennis courts
  • Note: Maximum property sleeps is 4 adults and 2 children
  • Note: No stag, hen or similar
  • Please note: There are a flight of steps down to the entrance of the property, there is a handrail; there is a flat grass walkway around the properties where you can enter the back entrance of the property.. Please note: A £125 security deposit is to be paid prior to arrival direct to the owner - This is refundable.

The property

Resting within the Honicombe Manor Holiday Park, in the quaint village of St Ann's Chapel in Cornwall, is this delightful, family-friendly property.

Seanic view Lodge is a four-bedroom lodge, with access to a range of on-site facilities, and is ideal for a family wanting to enjoy the coast and countryside of Cornwall and Devon, with the Tamar Valley and Cornwall's south coast both in easy reach.

The property has off-road parking available and a patio area with a picnic bench outside, ideal for lunch in the summer sunshine.

Inside, there is a cosy feeling living/dining room, with a choice of two sofas to relax on while enjoying your favourite shows on the TV, or for enjoying one of the provided books and getting lost in a fascinating story, while the dining table has room for the whole group to gather together and enjoy a home-cooked meal, lovingly prepared in the amply-equipped kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, so no arguing over who has to do the washing up.

There are bathrooms on both floors; a ground floor shower room and a first-floor bathroom with corner bath, so whether you want a quick shower or a relaxing soak, the choice is yours.

There are four spacious bedrooms, two doubles and one twin, spaced out over the ground and first floors, each with ample storage space for all if your belongings and lovely countryside views.

Guests of Seanicview Lodge have unlimited access to all of the on-site facilities available at the holiday park, including an outdoor and indoor pool, gym and tennis courts, while the on-site shop and pub, which serves food, are there for your added convenience.

If you want to venture beyond the park to explore your surroundings, St Ann's Chapel has a fish and chip shop, as well as a few independent shops, a park and The Tamar valley Donkey Park, which the little ones will love.

The market town of Tavistock, situated on the River Tavy, is a few miles away, has a selection of shops, pubs and cafés, along with a museum and park and you can enjoy a stroll along the canal or by the river.

Head into the Tamar Valley AONB, a walker's paradise, it showcase some of the best rural landscape Devon has to offer, as well as attractions such as the National Trust's Cotehele, a medieval house with stunning gardens to admire, and Buckland Abbey, a 700-year-old property with surrounding woodland to discover.

Seanicview Lodge is a fantastic base for a family holiday exploring the delights of Cornwall and Devon.

Honicombe Manor Holiday Park

This collection of three properties can be found on the charming Honicombe Manor Holiday Park, in the quiet village of St Ann's Chapel in Cornwall. In an enviable location, close to the Devon/Cornwall border, guests will be in close proximity of the Tamar Valley AONB and the south coast of Cornwall. There are many on-site facilities that guests have unlimited access to all-year-round, including an indoor and outdoor pool, a gym and tennis courts, plus there is an on-site shop and pub for added convenience. Each property is family-friendly, with ground-floor and first-floor bedrooms accessible to anyone, with an outdoor patio area, so you can sit out and enjoy the sunshine. Explore the Tamar Valley with riverside walks along the River Tamar, visit the National Trust's Cotehele, a stuuning house and gardens that overlooks river, and discover Buckland Abbey, a historic site with a museum and gardens, amongst woodlands with marked trails, ideal for keen walkers. venture south to Cornwall's coast and find a glorious sandy East Looe Beach, ideal for swimming and well known for its pier, along with the sheltered sands of Tregantle Beach, with its clifftop café. Honicombe Manor Holiday Park is excellently placed for enjoying a wealth of attractions from your doorstep.

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About the location

ST. ANN'S CHAPEL, CORNWALL

Callington 3.9 miles; Tavistock 6 miles; Launceston 13.7 miles

St Ann's Chapel is a hamlet in the parish of Calstock, just west of Gunnislake, in Cornwall. Set in a beautiful rural location engulfed by the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this small community is now largely residential with a handful of local shops, eating establishments, public houses and small businesses in and around the area. Callington is close by, a market town rich in mining heritage and overlooked by Kit Hill, the highest point in the area. From the top of Kit Hill there are fabulous views across south-east Cornwall as far as Plymouth Sound, a must for the outdoor enthusiast. The market town of Tavistock lies 6 miles to the north and offers a range of local shops. Plymouth is a vibrant city with a flourishing university and has the benefit of a main line rail station with access to London Paddington. This wonderful area offers much to be explored, a delightful region of Cornwall to choose as a base.

Region Information

Please note: Property is strictly for holiday use only, no worker bookings can be accepted
Property sleeps a maximum 4 adults and 2 children

The pool and gym will be closed for emergency pool repairs from 4pm on Friday 11th March and will reopen again on Monday 14th March.

Also, that the pub kitchens will be closed for food from Monday 28th February through until Tuesday 15th March. The pub will still be open, there just won't be any food available during these dates.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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If your booking can't take place due to a COVID-19 lockdown in the UK or Ireland, you can request a change of date or receive a full rental charges refund.

Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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