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Cornwall Lodges

East Thorne, Bude
• Choice of Roundhouses with Hot Tubs; Cottages and Yurts that sleep 4-6  
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Wheal Dream, Helston
•  Sleep 4 - 10 • Hot Tubs • Pet Friendly • On site Restaurant and Golf Course
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Retallack Resort, Padstow
• Lodges sleep 2-12 • Pet Friendly options • Spa, pool and health club • Restaurant, bar and shop
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Southern Halt Lodges, Dobwalls
• Lodges sleep 2-6 • Hot tubs • Pet Friendly( Select Lodges) • Wifi
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Stonerush Lakes Lodges, Lanreath
• Lodges sleep 2-6 • Hot Tubs • Pet Friendly ( selected lodges) • Restaurant on site
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Palm Lodge, Praa Sands
• Sleeps 2 • Near Beach • Romantic Getaway • Wi-Fi
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Tamar Lodge, Hatt
• Sleeps 2 • Hot Tub • Patio • Wi-Fi
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Little Orchard Lodge, Goonhavern
• Sleeps 2 • Hot Tub • Rural Cornwall • Wi-Fi
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Kindling, Charlestown
• Sleeps 4 • Pet Friendly • Near Beach • Garden
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12 Faraway Fields, Dobwalls
• Sleeps 2 • Hot Tub • Pet Friendly • Wi-Fi
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Bybrook Lodge, Boscastle
• Sleeps 6 • Garden • 5 Miles to Beach • Wi-Fi
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5 Water’s Edge, Lanreath
• Sleeps 4 • Hot Tub • Wood burner • No Pets
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2 Hedgerow, Lanreath
• Sleeps 6 • Hot Tub • Broadband/ Wifi • Lakeside location •  Pet Friendly
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2 Stonerush Valley Lanreath
• Sleeps 2 • Hot Tub • Garden/Patio • No Pets
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Piran Meadows Resort and Spa, Newquay
Piran Meadows Resort and Spa is a 5 star resort set in the tranquil countryside of North Cornwall.
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Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat
Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat is a 5-star holiday park, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and peaceful surroundings.
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Caddy’s Corner Lodges, Porkellis
Caddy’s Corner Lodges are set in a World Heritage Site, surrounded by stunning countryside. The modern, family-friendly lodges have stunning
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Ivyleaf Combe Lodges, Bude
Ivyleaf Combe Lodges are only two miles from the lovely town of Bude. This fantastic area remains largely unspoiled -
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Top Things To Do In Cornwall

Cornwall is a beautiful county located on the southwestern tip of England. The county boasts a stunning coastal location with so much for visitors to see, do and enjoy. From the miles of sandy beaches to towering cliffs and seaside towns, Cornwall is a great location for holidays and short breaks.

Drive Along The Coastline

One of the best ways to see the stunning views across the coastline is to drive. The B3306 through Pendeen and Zennor is particularly popular offering magnificent views across the coast including Cape Cornwall. Spend an afternoon driving along the coast stopping off for photos and a picnic along the way.

St Michael’s Mount

St Michael’s Mount is a small island off the coast of Cornwall. When there is low tide, visitors can walk across the causeway to the island where they can explore the medieval pathways and gardens as well as visit the castle and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding sea and Cornish coastline. There is also a ferry available for when there is high tide providing the perfect activity for a family or friends when staying in Cornwall.

Eden Project

The Eden Project is a popular tourist attraction in Cornwall. Perfect for a family day out, the Eden Project gives visitors a chance to explore the world’s largest indoor rainforest featuring plants from a wide range of climates and environments. Learn more about climate change, gardening and much more as well as exploring the rainforest, outdoor gardens, rainforest canopy. Plus you can eat at the Med Restaurant which offers beautiful views of the gardens, enjoy a drink from the bar or even go zip-lining!

Climb Brown Willy

Brown Willy is the highest point in Cornwall. A must for avid climbers or those who are up for a challenge and want some of the best possible views in the county. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Bodmin Moor, climbing this hill will be fun for all the family. You might even get a few giggles out of the kids for its name!

Cream Tea

When staying in Cornwall, you will find lots of cafes serving cream tea. Cream tea is traditionally a combination of scones, clotted cream and jam served with hot tea. They are a speciality in the UK and especially in the counties of Devon and Cornwall. The difference between these two counties and their cream tea is all down to the cream. In Devon, they have cream then jam on their scone whereas Cornwall has jam then cream. So when you’re in Cornwall, make sure you try out cream tea for yourself and enjoy!


Cornwall is well-known for its surfing, attracting thousands of visitors each year. With its location, just off the Atlantic Ocean, Cornwall is ideal for surfing as it provides a good swell and warmer temperatures in comparison to other coastlines in the UK. Visitors can surf at almost every beach in Cornwall, however, there are a number of beaches that are recommended. This includes the famous Fistral beach in Newquay which is the most crowded beach in the summer months. Surfing here will guarantee you top-class waves with swells up to 8 feet! Other beaches include Gwithian Beach, Polzeath Beach and Porthtowan Beach.

Land’s End

A visit to Land’s End is a great idea when on holiday in Cornwall. Located on the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall and England, you can enjoy walks along the many paths above the cliffs as well as explore the number of shops, restaurants, cafes and family attractions. On a clear evening, you can admire the beautiful views and stay to watch the sunset.

Eat A Cornish Pasty

A trip to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without eating a Cornish pasty. The traditional pasty was first made for workers in the mines in Cornwall. To be traditional, they must have a ‘D’ shape, be crimped on one side and have beef, turnip, potato and onion inside. They are available at most cafes, and shops throughout Cornwall. So make sure you give one a try when you’re on holiday in Cornwall.


Tintagel is a small village in Cornwall offering magnificent sea views and lots of beautiful scenery and ruins to explore. Visit the Tintagel Castle, St Nectan’s Glen and Merlin’s Cave which are all great photo opportunities. The village also has a number of shops, cafes and pubs for you to explore.

Minack Theatre

For a unique theatre experience, you must visit the Minack Theatre. Situated on the cliffs above the Atlantic ocean, guests can enjoy stunning views and theatre shows at the same time. The open-air theatre is carved into the granite cliff and has an excellent program of shows. You don’t want to miss a trip to this spectacular theatre, whether you book to see a show or just visit for the views, you won’t be disappointed.

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