- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- In room Wifi
- Editor's Pick
- Wood-fired Swedish hot bath on the decking
- Tranquil woodland setting with views of the lake
- Functional and stylish interiors for the whole family
The Owner Says
Slightly larger and more modern in design, our new modular holiday home has been built with style, comfort and strong green credentials. The new lodges will be nestled in around the lakes and with the environment in mind, will be raised off the ground on stilts so as not to impact our woodland and wetland floor.
With a natural, stylish interior made from premium birch, the lodges can sleep up to six people. There is one double bedroom, a cozy mezzanine sleeping area and a sofa bed as well as a beautiful handmade kitchen and neat toilet and shower room. All our accommodation can enjoy free wifi.
Each lodge includes under floor heating, a log burner and for that extra bit of luxury there is a stunning contemporary Swedish hot bath on the large decking area outside.
Features & Facilities
A single luxury lakeside lodge (sleeping 6) with underfloor heating, self-contained bathroom (include shower and toilet), proper kitchen and Swedish hot tub on the veranda. 6 brand new luxury pods sleeping 4, each with one double and two single beds (travel cot can also be accommodated for additional cost), toilet, shower and kitchenette equipped with electric hob, sink and fridge. Pods are double-glazed and fully-insulated. Bed linen, bathroom towels and kitchen equipment are all provided. The decking area has a picnic table, outdoor beanbags, a Webber BBQ and fire pit. Communal laundry. Woodland play area, boating lake.
Explore Falmouth's maritime heritage and buzzy arts scene. The landmark Eden Project (01726 811911) is always worth a visit too. The Glendurgan Gardens and Trebah Garden in Mawnan Smith are two of Cornwall's finest gardens, with colourful exotic blossoms cascading down to a private beach on the Helford River. Enchanting St Michael's Mount (01736 710265) is a tidal island with its own Medieval castle, which is now owned by the National Trust. Of course, Cornwall is famous for it's pristine beaches. Maenporth Beach is one of the region's more popular spots yet is refreshingly uncommercial. For something a little more adrenaline-fuelled, Lizard Adventure (07845204040) specialise in kayaking, coasteering and climbing excursions olong the rugged Lizard Peninsula.
Food & Drink
Cornish tea and breakfast hampers, brimming with all manner of lovely local produce. are available upon booking. The multi-award-winning Trengilly Wartha Inn (01326 340332) serves up fantastic local ales and dishes. The Potager Garden and Glasshouse Cafe (01326 341258) serves up fabulous vegetarian dishes in beautifully bucolic setting. The Ferryboat Inn (01326 250625) has been serving pints for the last 300 years. Boasting breathtaking waterfront views, this is a truly atmospheric setting to enjoy none-more-fresher shellfish.