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Lodges in North Cornwall

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Lodges in North Cornwall Guide

Cornwall is known the world over for its beautiful coastal scenery, picturesque beaches, and seaside towns amongst many fun attractions and iconic sights scattered across the county for visitors to see and explore. 

There’s plenty of choice when it comes to lodge holidays in Cornwall that can offer an ideal base for seeing what the county has to offer, whether you’d prefer to be next to the sea or closer to one of the county’s historical towns or villages.

It’s the perfect county for a holiday no matter how relaxed or active you’d like it to be, with beaches and spas to historic castles to some of the UK’s most incredible attractions, including a number of excellent surf schools, the Eden Project, and the Minack Theatre.

Life’s a beach

Of course, many visitors come to Cornwall to experience some of the UK’s most well preserved and stunning beaches, thanks to the many miles of coastline that the county has to offer. Whether you prefer a sandy beach for a relaxed day of sunbathing and making sandcastles or a beach with sheltered coves for enjoying a picnic, Cornwall boasts over three hundred beaches that vary from deserted to dog friendly, blue flag for swimming, to golden, pebbly, and those perfect for families. 

Beaches not to be missed include Newquay’s Fistral Beach for its surf schools and famous annual surfing championships, the eye-wateringly beautiful turquoise waters of Porthcurno Bay, and the famous rock pools and tiny crabs to search for on Treyarnon Bay – perhaps you’ll go off the beaten track and find your own secret beach?

Top attractions

It may sound cliché but Cornwall really does have it all. For those looking for some inspiring historical sites, there’s a plethora of ancient houses, castles, and museums, as well as World Heritage Sites for some of the country’s most awe-inspiring scenery. 

Attractions include the mysterious silhouette of St Michael’s Mount, the vibrant displays and exhibitions at the Tate in the small fishing town of St Ives, and Tintagel Castle. Land’s End is particularly impressive as the UK’s southernmost point and is an excellent item to tick off the travel bucket list! Whilst in this beautiful part of the county, pay a visit to the Minack Theatre, one of the most impressive theatres in the world. Visitors can catch an outdoor Shakespeare production underneath the stars with the sea lapping against the coast – it’s quite the experience.

If you’re looking to get up close and personal with nature, where better than arguably the most picturesque county in England? The Lost Gardens of Heligan boasts one of the most complete collections of botanical plants in the country, located in beautiful surroundings, and there’s an ecological paradise in the iconic biomes of the Eden Project. All ages will love learning about wildlife and plants, as well as being perhaps one of the only places in the UK where you can experience a tropical rainforest – even the Royals have visited the attraction.

A foodie paradise

If you’re a fan of food and drink, you’ve hit the jackpot in Cornwall. From fine dining and Michelin star restaurants to some of the tastiest and most authentic takeaway food and cafes you’ll experience in England, the county has it all. Must-haves include freshly fished seafood from a wide variety of Cornwall restaurants with particular highlights including Rick Stein’s seafood eateries in Padstow and Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in Newquay. 

Indulge in a traditional Cornish cream tea, homemade ice cream, and Cornwish pasties – and of course fish and chips, ideally with sand between your toes on the beach. There’s a whole range of authentic homemade food crafted with fresh, local produce at friendly pubs and beachside cafes, and the hardest part is simply narrowing down your selection! As for drinks, it’s certainly worth visiting one of the county’s orchards for a classic pint of freshly pressed apple juice or refreshing scrumpy cider, perhaps Cornwall’s most famous beverage.

Idyllic lodge holidays in Cornwall

With so many luxurious lodges to stay in for a relaxing break away from home, it’s best to first focus on location. For guests looking to stay as close to the coast as possible in boutique surroundings, Hengar Manor Country Park in north Cornwall is close to some of the county’s best beaches as well as fishing villages for exploring, souvenir shopping, and great food. Families will love Penstowe Park in Bude thanks to its close positioning to the iconic Sandymouth Bay and its huge variety of activities and adventures that kids will love – the evening entertainment is an additional winner.

A Cornwall lodge break can be a great alternative to a traditional holiday in Cornwall. Lodges can be very luxurious and some come with outdoor space with furniture to enjoy those sunny afternoons. With the beautiful Cornwall coast to visit as well as the countryside to explore a self catering lodge holiday would give you the best of both worlds. For tranquil woodland settings try Ivyleaf Combe Lodges or Eastcott Lodges in Bude. Lakeview Country Club and Leycroft Valley are also excellent options for a peaceful Cornwall break with good amenities.