Tucked away in the corner of a small quiet rural holiday park near the village of St Mabyn, this lodge offers comfortable accommodation in a good touring location with Bodmin moor, Wadebridge, Padstow, Port Isaac (Port Wenn of Doc Martin fame), and the beaches of Polzeath and Rock all within a short drive.
This lodge would suite people looking to escape the holiday crowds.
You approach the lodge passing through the park to the far corner where you enter the lodge into the open plan living room with a kitchen, dining and sitting areas leading out to the terrace, an ideal spot to relax or enjoy al fresco dining after a day on the beach.
There are two bedrooms here, a double with en-suite toilet and a twin along with a family bathroom.
Less than a mile from the park is the St Mabyn Inn, listed in the good pub guide and popular with locals who enjoy a fine choice of locally sourced food and a good selection of local ales.
Close by are many more moorland and village pubs all with their own individual character and most welcoming, offering refreshment after a good hike.
With the stunning and rugged north Cornwall coast all close to hand you will have many touring options offering lots of villages and coves to explore before returning to the tranquillity of the lodge.
About the location
Padstow 6 miles; Newquay 16 miles.
The bustling market town of Wadebridge is perfectly placed alongside the ebb and flow of the River Camel, an ideal location for exploring the natural beauty of North Cornwall. The town hosts an array of excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, all offering a personal and friendly service and is home to North Cornwall's only family-owned cinema. The beautiful countryside surrounding the town is criss-crossed with a network of local footpaths, amazing gardens and stately homes to explore, whilst the renowned Camel Trail passes through the town, providing 17 miles of fabulous, traffic free walking, horse riding and cycling opportunities. The stunning North Cornwall coast is within 5 miles, boasting a huge selection of beaches, rocky coves and towering cliffs to explore and the nearby town of Padstow, with its colourful harbour, pastel-washed, medieval houses and celebrated restaurants is a must. Visit the UK surfing capital of Newquay, with over 11 miles of golden sandy beaches, a fascinating sea life centre, exciting zoo and vibrant nightspots. Whatever your desire, there's something for everyone in this terrific holiday location.
Note: There is a maximum stay of 21 days at this property.