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Andrewshayes Orchard Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Atlantic Bays in Padstow may just be the perfect destination for you.
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Imagine your perfect family getaway in the heart of North Cornwall, where you can enjoy plenty of resort activities while being a stone’s throw away from the county’s most popular attractions, breathtakingly beautiful beaches and famous surf spots.
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Relax in contemporary style with these stunning villas.
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Beach Cove Coastal Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Superbly situated just 200 yards from a beautiful sandy beach surrounded by towering cliffs, these well appointed apartments in stunning Watergate Bay are perfect for a relaxing Cornish seaside break.
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Close to the safe sandy beaches and numerous family attractions of the English Riviera, Beverley View offers you a superb base for a fun family holiday.
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Bideford Bay Holiday Park presents an idyllic setting for a family holiday, surrounded by countryside and close to the stunning coastline.
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Blue Hills Holiday Park is situated close to the scenic North Cornish coast just a few minutes walk from Trevellas Cove.
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Bodmin Holiday Park is beautifully situated in over 96 acres of unspoilt woodland and parkland.
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This small scenic park sits minutes from a beautiful sandy bay and is a real hidden gem.
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Bossiney Bay Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, enviably located in a picturesque valley just a short stroll from a secluded sandy bay and only 5 minutes’ drive from historic Tintagel.
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With spectacular views across Torbay, this family owned park, is situated just 150 yards from the shingle beach at Fishcombe Cove and the southwest coastal path.
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For a unique experience where you are sure to create memories to last a lifetime, look no further than Brunel Boutique Railway Carriages.
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Bude Holiday Resort is a wonderful location, ideal for all your getaway requirements, only a short distance from the South Coast’s crashing surf.
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Cornwall Visitor's Guide

Embark on a Cornish retreat where rugged coastlines meet wild moors. Cornwall's charm lies in its quaint fishing villages, surf-ready waves, and the iconic Eden Project. Foodies rejoice with fresh seafood and the legendary Cornish pasty. Adventure seekers can surf at Fistral Beach, hike the South West Coast Path, or explore Tintagel Castle's mythical ruins. For a unique fact, Cornwall has its own language, Kernewek, still celebrated today. Seeking a romantic escape, a family holiday, or a mates' getaway? Opt for a cosy lodge or cabin stay to truly immerse yourself in Cornwall's enchanting allure.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Cornwall?

Cornwall is a gem on the UK's rugged southwestern tip. It's a tapestry of picturesque villages, dramatic coastlines, and surf-friendly beaches. This year, Cornwall continues to charm visitors with its new attractions and events, including the Porthleven Food Festival and the Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature. Opting for a lodge break gives you that home-away-from-home vibe, with the added bonus of being surrounded by nature. It's a more intimate, flexible option compared to hotels, and often more spacious, which is great for groups or families. Cornwall's uniqueness lies in its blend of myth and legend, with sites like Tintagel Castle stirring the imagination, and its cultural heritage, with the Cornish language still echoing in place names.

If you're visiting Cornwall with kids

Cornwall is a playground for children, with its mix of outdoor adventures and educational experiences. Kids can explore the Eden Project's biomes, become pirates for a day at the Pirate’s Quest in Newquay, or discover marine life at the Blue Reef Aquarium. Lodges often offer more space for kids to play and can be a base for exploring without the confines of a hotel room.

  1. Waterproof clothing and wellies – the weather can be unpredictable.
  2. Beach gear – buckets, spades, and swimsuits for the sandy shores.
  3. Sun protection – sunscreen and hats for sunny days out.
  4. Backpacks – for carrying snacks and treasures found on adventures.
  5. Comfortable walking shoes – there's a lot of ground to explore.
  6. Travel games and books – for cosy evenings in the lodge.
  7. Camera or binoculars – for wildlife spotting and capturing memories.

Pet Friendly Cornwall Adventures

Absolutely, Cornwall loves pets! Many lodges welcome furry friends and some even have enclosed gardens. When it comes to dining out, The Cornish Arms in St Merryn and The Ship Inn in Porthleven are just a couple of the many pet-friendly pubs. For a real treat, check out The Watering Hole in Perranporth, a bar right on the beach where dogs are more than welcome. When booking, look for places that mention being pet-friendly to ensure your pooch is as comfortable as you are.

Dog walking ideas in Cornwall

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Pentire Point 3.5 Coastal cliffs, wildflowers PL27 6QY
Cardinham Woods Varies Woodland, streams PL30 4AL
Gwithian to Godrevy 2 Beaches, lighthouse view TR27 5ED
Lanhydrock Estate Varies Historic parkland, river PL30 5AD
The Lizard Peninsula 7 Coastal heath, coves TR12 7NT

These walks offer a mix of terrains and views, perfect for you and your dog to explore. Always remember to check the local guidelines as some beaches have seasonal restrictions for dogs.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

Cornwall is a prime spot for couples seeking a romantic getaway. Imagine unwinding in a cozy lodge, perhaps with a pamper pack that includes champagne, chocolates, and local treats. Many lodges in Cornwall cater to lovebirds with spa experiences and private hot tubs under the stars. For dining, you've got options from beachfront eateries to countryside inns. If you're looking for a lodge that ticks all the boxes, check out The Scarlet Hotel or St Michael's Resort, both offering indulgent spa services and fine dining. And let's not forget those hot tubs – lodges like Gwel an Mor offer private hot tubs with stunning views, perfect for a romantic evening in.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Cornish cuisine is all about fresh seafood and local produce. You've got to try the Cornish pasty, and the cream teas are legendary – just remember, it's jam first, then cream in Cornwall! For a family-friendly meal, head to The Golden Lion in Padstow, which offers a welcoming atmosphere and dishes everyone will love. Couples might prefer the intimate setting of Paul Ainsworth at No.6, a Michelin-starred restaurant in a Georgian townhouse. It's a culinary experience to remember.

For a good night out

For a night out, Cornwall has a variety of pubs and bars to suit any mood. If you're after a lively atmosphere with great reviews, check out The Old Ale House in Truro for its live music and extensive ale selection. For something more laid-back, The Blue Bar in Porthtowan offers beachside vibes and stunning sunsets. And for those who fancy a cocktail, Kota Kai Bar & Kitchen in Porthleven is a must-visit with its creative mixology and harbor views.

Fishing

Cornwall is a haven for anglers, with both sea and freshwater options. Here's a list of top fishing spots:

  • Bake Fishing Lakes - PL12 5BW
  • Argal Reservoir - TR11 5PE
  • Siblyback Lake - PL14 6ER
  • Porth Reservoir - TR8 4JS
  • White Acres Fishing Resort - TR8 4LW

Outdoor Adventures

For outdoor thrills, Cornwall is unmatched. Check out Adrenalin Quarry for zip-lining and coasteering. Watersports more your thing? Lusty Glaze offers jet-skiing and surfing. Prices vary, but expect to pay around £30-£50 for most activities. Seasonal opening times apply, with many centres open from Easter to October.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Truro Farmers Market Local Market Fresh produce, crafts TR1 2RP
St Ives Shops Independent Boutiques Art, jewelry, clothing TR26 1SD
Lemon Street Market Shopping Centre Artisan goods, eateries TR1 2QD
Treasure Park Shopping & Entertainment Goldsmiths, pottery TR16 4HN
Padstow Christmas Festival Seasonal Market Gifts, food, decorations PL28 8BY

Cornwall's shopping scene offers a mix of markets, independent shops, and seasonal festivals where you can pick up unique souvenirs and gifts. Whether you're after local produce or handcrafted goods, these spots have you covered.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Cornwall

Meadow Lakes Holiday Park, Cornwall

Driving Distance: About 14 minutes (7.53 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: At Meadow Lakes Holiday Park, expect a serene retreat nestled in 56 acres of picturesque meadows, woodlands, and lakes, complete with an outdoor heated swimming pool, animal encounters, and a cosy café, ensuring a delightful stay for all ages.

Who will love these lodges? Families, couples, and pet owners will adore Meadow Lakes for its tranquil setting and variety of on-site activities. It's particularly appealing for those who enjoy fishing, as the park offers free superb coarse fishing. The presence of a children's play area and activity barn makes it a hit with kids too.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? On-site, guests can enjoy swimming, fishing, and playing in the activity barn. For dining, the park provides a shop and a cosy café, perfect for a quick bite or a relaxing meal. The park also offers a takeaway service for those cosy nights in.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the Roseland Peninsula and numerous fishing villages, harbours, and gardens. For family fun, there are theme parks and museums, as well as a wealth of safe bathing beaches. These attractions are just a short drive away, offering a variety of experiences for all ages.

Accommodation options: Meadow Lakes offers a range of accommodation options including the pet-friendly Garden Cottage 1 for couples and the Willow Lodge for small families or groups, both providing modern amenities and a comfortable stay.


Piran Meadows Resort, Cornwall

Driving Distance: About 13 minutes (7.98 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Piran Meadows Resort is a stylish sanctuary offering a Go Active Breaks+ experience, with a bar and restaurant on-site, and a plethora of activities to indulge in, making it an ideal base for a family holiday near the golden beaches of Newquay.

Who will love these lodges? Families and groups seeking a dynamic holiday will find Piran Meadows Resort irresistible. With its close proximity to Newquay's beaches and the range of on-site activities, it caters to both the adventurous and those looking for relaxation.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The resort boasts a stylish bar and restaurant, ensuring guests have access to delicious meals and drinks. The Go Active Breaks+ programme offers a variety of activities to keep everyone entertained throughout their stay.

What's nearby? The resort is a short drive from Newquay's famous beaches, perfect for surfers and beach lovers. Local attractions such as the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are also within easy reach, offering unique experiences for visitors.

Accommodation options: Piran Meadows Resort provides luxurious accommodations like the Padstow Elegance and St Austell lodges, suitable for families and groups, with modern amenities and spacious decking areas for relaxation.


White Acres, Cornwall

Driving Distance: About 13 minutes (7.98 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: White Acres Holiday Park is a family-friendly haven in Newquay, offering an indoor heated pool, kids' clubs, and an adventure playground, all set within the stunning North Cornwall landscape.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families and fishing enthusiasts, White Acres provides a perfect mix of relaxation and activity. The park's facilities cater to both children and adults, ensuring a memorable holiday for all.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? With an indoor heated pool, spa bath, and sauna, guests can unwind or stay active in the gym. Dining options include Polkerris Bar, Pizzeria & Grill, and Café On The Lake, offering a variety of meals and snacks.

What's nearby? Explore the vibrant town of Newquay, with its beautiful beaches and attractions like the Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo, all within a short drive from the park.

Accommodation options: The park offers a range of lodges such as the Bude 2 Bed Lodge and the Tresco Lodge, suitable for larger groups or families, with some featuring verandahs for outdoor enjoyment.


Newquay Holiday Park, Cornwall

Driving Distance: About 14 minutes (9.13 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Newquay Holiday Park is set amidst the Cornish countryside, offering outdoor heated pools, a high ropes course, and a range of entertainment options, making it an exciting destination for beach lovers and families alike.

Who will love these lodges? This park is perfect for active families and groups who enjoy outdoor adventures and beach activities. With its variety of facilities, it caters to those looking for both excitement and relaxation.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can enjoy the outdoor heated pools, high ropes course, and adventure golf. Dining options include The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant and the Fish & Chippery, providing delicious meals for all tastes.

What's nearby? The park is close to Newquay's 11 golden beaches, offering surfing, beachcombing, and scenic walks. Local attractions such as the Eden Project are also within easy reach.

Accommodation options: Newquay Holiday Park offers a variety of lodges, including the Poldark 3 Bed Lodge and Sennen Lodge, providing comfortable and spacious accommodation for larger groups and families, with some enjoying verandahs for outdoor living.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Cornwall

The Eden Project

  • Opening Times: 09:30 - 18:00 (summer), reduced hours in winter
  • Prices: Adults £28.50, Children £15 (without donation)
  • Postcode: PL24 2SG
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

The Eden Project is a must-see in Cornwall, especially if you're staying in one of the eco-friendly lodges nearby. It's a hit with families and anyone interested in sustainability. The massive biomes house a rainforest and Mediterranean environments. There's always something new, like seasonal exhibitions or art installations. To avoid crowds, visit on a weekday. Tip: Book tickets online to save time on arrival.

Phone number: 01726 811911 | Web: edenproject.com


St Michael's Mount

  • Opening Times: 10:30 - 17:00, tide dependent
  • Prices: Adults £12, Children £6 (garden entry extra)
  • Postcode: TR17 0EF
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Marazion Beach car park

St Michael's Mount is a tidal island with a medieval castle and subtropical gardens. It's perfect for those who love a mix of adventure and history. Access is via a causeway at low tide or by boat. There's a new outdoor escape experience for thrill-seekers. Best time to visit is during spring or summer. Tip: Check tide times before you go to plan your walk across the causeway.

Phone number: 01736 710507 | Web: stmichaelsmount.co.uk


Minack Theatre

  • Opening Times: 09:30 - 17:30
  • Prices: Adults £6, Children £3 (show tickets extra)
  • Postcode: TR19 6JU
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre perched on the cliffs. Theatre enthusiasts and those seeking stunning views will be in their element here. They've got a lineup of plays throughout the summer. The best time to visit is during a show, but it's worth a trip anytime for the scenery. Tip: Bring a cushion and a blanket if you're watching a play; the seating is on hard stone.

Phone number: 01736 810181 | Web: minack.com


The Lost Gardens of Heligan

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 (summer), reduced hours in winter
  • Prices: Adults £16, Children £8
  • Postcode: PL26 6EN
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

The Lost Gardens of Heligan offer a magical escape with over 200 acres of restored gardens. It's a paradise for garden lovers and families. They've recently introduced a woodland sculpture trail. Visit in spring to see the gardens burst into life. Tip: Wear comfy shoes; there's a lot of ground to cover, and some paths can be muddy.

Phone number: 01726 845100 | Web: heligan.com


Tintagel Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 (summer), reduced hours in winter
  • Prices: Adults £14.50, Children £8.70
  • Postcode: PL34 0HE
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Castle car park

Tintagel Castle is a legendary site linked to King Arthur and offers breathtaking coastal views. It's a hit with history enthusiasts and families. The new footbridge recreates the historic crossing between the mainland and island. The best time to visit is during the quieter months of May or September. Tip: The climb to the castle is steep, so take your time and enjoy the views.

Phone number: 0370 333 1181 | Web: english-heritage.org.uk


Flambards Theme Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (summer), limited opening in winter
  • Prices: Adults £21.95, Children £15.95
  • Postcode: TR13 0QA
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Flambards Theme Park is the go-to for thrill-seekers and families. With rides like the Hornet Rollercoaster and Sky-Force, there's plenty to get your adrenaline pumping. They've recently added new attractions for younger kids. Visit in the summer for the full experience, as some rides are closed in winter. Tip: Look out for online discounts and family passes to save on entry fees.

Phone number: 01326 573404 | Web: flambards.co.uk


When planning your trip to Cornwall, consider staying in one of the many lodges dotted around the county. Lodges in Cornwall offer a unique and intimate experience, often with stunning views and easy access to the region's top attractions. Whether you're after a family-friendly spot, a romantic getaway, or a base for outdoor adventures, you'll find a lodge that fits the bill.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, plus a few luxuries. Many lodges in Cornwall offer stunning views, private hot tubs, and are often a stone's throw from the beach. They're perfect for families, couples, or solo travellers looking for a peaceful getaway.

What should I pack when visiting Cornwall?

Pack layers, as the weather can be unpredictable. Bring your beach gear for sunny days, waterproofs for the odd shower, and don't forget walking boots for exploring the coastal paths. Oh, and maybe some binoculars – the wildlife here is something else!

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Cornwall provide parking, often right beside your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear. If you're staying somewhere like Gwel an Mor, you'll have a designated spot for your car.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Cornwall's got you covered with indoor attractions like the Eden Project and Blue Reef Aquarium. Plus, many lodges come with board games, books, and cosy interiors perfect for a chill day in.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, local supermarkets and even some farm shops offer delivery services. For a special treat, check out local restaurants that might deliver a Cornish feast straight to your door.

Is Cornwall a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Cornwall is quieter and often cheaper 'off-season'. You'll enjoy brisk walks, fewer crowds, and still find plenty to do. Places like Lanhydrock and Tintagel Castle are open year-round and offer a different kind of beauty without the summer buzz.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hot tubs are usually drained, cleaned, and refilled between guests. Lodges like those at The Valley Cornwall pride themselves on maintaining high hygiene standards, so you can relax knowing it's all taken care of.

Are there any child-friendly activities nearby?

Cornwall is a playground for kids! Check out Flambards Theme Park or Dairyland Farm Park for a day of fun. Many lodges are also close to safe, sandy beaches perfect for building sandcastles and paddling.

How accessible are lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges, like the ones at Retallack Resort and Spa, offer accessible options with ramps, wider doors, and walk-in showers. Always check ahead with your lodge provider to ensure they can meet your specific needs.

Are there any eco-friendly lodge options in Cornwall?

For sure, sustainability is big here. Places like The Emerald offer eco-lodges powered by renewable energy. You can enjoy a guilt-free stay knowing you're minimising your carbon footprint.

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