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TRESSA, TOR DOWN QUARRY, pet friendly, with hot tub in St Brewa 4

Bodmin, Cornwall, South West of England

TRESSA, TOR DOWN QUARRY, pet friendly, with hot tub in St Brewa From £882 Availability

This cottage is situated in the village of St Breward, in Cornwall and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.

Tressa is a lovely cottage located in the village of St Breward, Cornwall. Hosting two double bedrooms (one with en-suite), and a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting areas. To the outside there is a garden with furniture and barbecue, use of two private lakes and a communal hot tub. Resting in a charming setting with historic features and tourist places of interest, Tressa is a wonderful cottage in a charming part of Cornwall.

Amenities: Electric panel heaters. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Garden with furniture and BBQ. Use of two private lakes and a communal hot tub. Ample off road parking. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: Guests have use of two private lakes for wild swimming or fishing (brown trout and common carp on a catch and release basis). Please note this lodge can be booked with the only other nearby lodge ref 962967, 1051215, 995951 and together they will sleep 23. Please Note: This property has a good housekeeping bond of £400
Hot tub is 40 metres away in the Old Forge

Region: Cornwall’s visitors are constantly tempted back to the beautiful coastline, tiny fishing villages, hidden coves and the world-class surfing. Whatever the reason, Cornwall has long cemented its place as one of Britain’s premier holiday destinations.

Town: St Breward is a village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, and is famous for its moorland area with notable prehistoric remains of the earthwork, more commonly known as King Arthur's Hall, and the Fernacre stone circle. The village has easy access to many country pubs and restaurants and village stores to explore. With plenty of attractions in the village itself, you won't want to venture anywhere else!

Located in Bodmin, this cabin is by the sea. Bowood Park Golf Course and Camel Valley Vineyard are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Lanhydrock and Pinsla Garden and Nursery. Traveling with kids? Consider Pengenna Pasties and Cornish Coast Day Adventures. Fishing offers a great chance to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with rock climbing, hiking/biking trails, and cycling nearby.

Trevellian - Modern Boutique Spacious Scenic Lodge - Beach & Po 4

Dawlish, Devon, South West of England

Trevellian - Modern Boutique Spacious Scenic Lodge - Beach & Po From £651 Availability

Trevellian is a luxury, secluded lodge with magnificent views across the valley, stunning sunsets guaranteed! This spacious, comfortable lodge, with large outside decking areas provides a great space to relax and admire the views from the outdoor dining, bed/seating areas. Fully equipped for your stay in one of Devons most popular holiday destinations, complete with stunning coastline and attractions such as the safe Blue Flag beach, restaurants, bars, funfair & shopping to name just a few.
Furnished to a high standard, everything you need is provided including all bed linen, bathroom & beach towels and a fully equipped kitchen. Bedrooms are comfortable with ample storage and fully sprung mattresses, there is an en-suite and family bathroom. With a TV in each room, free WiFi, and a fully equipped kitchen with household equipment such as Microwave, double oven, dishwasher, wash/dryer, American style fridge freezer provide on tap ice and water. The lodge has been decorated with locally available art, soft furnishings and goodies creating a boutique stylish feel to compliment the modern lodge design.

Located in Dawlish, this chalet is by the ocean. Old Walls Vineyard and Torquay Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Dartmoor National Park and East Devon. Traveling with kids? Consider SeaSports South West and Grand Pier. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Treverbyn Vean Lodge & Stable 12

Two Waters Foot, Cornwall, South West of England

Treverbyn Vean Lodge  & Stable From £1179 Availability

Short breaks may be available, please call us on: 01503 272303 and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.

Treverbyn Vean Lodge & Stables sit side by side amongst glorious gardens. The lodge is an enchanting Grade II listed detached holiday house with a number of original features, including Gothic windows, arched doorways and beamed ceilings, and the Stables is a smaller, two bedroom property. They are surrounded by almost one acre of beautiful grounds with a half acre of garden and private access to the River Loveny, where guests can try their hand at fishing. The lodge is a character filled property is spacious and comfortable with woodburners in the living and dining rooms and newly refurbished bathroom facilities, so it is perfect for a family get-away. The house is private with views of the pretty Cornish countryside, yet conveniently located near the main artery road that links Devon and Cornwall, which allows easy access to all the delights that these popular holiday destinations have to offer.

The picturesque fishing ports of Looe, Polperro and Fowey as well as the Eden Project and the stunning North coast of Cornwall are only some of the popular attractions guests can enjoy, and all within easy reach of the property. A delicious welcome pack awaits your arrival, including homemade cake!



Living room with two sofas, two armchairs, woodburner, flat screen TV and DVD. Dining room with woodburner, large table to seat eight, stereo/CD player and a selection of books. Kitchen well equipped, with electric cooker, microwave and fridge. Utility room accessed from the main hallway housing a washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and WC with hand basin. Ground floor Bedroom 1 with 4ft 6in double bed and en-suite shower room (shower area, hand basin and WC). Stairs up to the first floor. Bedroom 2 with 4ft 6in double bed and hand basin. Bedroom 3 with 4ft 6in double bed and hand basin. Bedroom 4 with two 3ft single beds and hand basin. Family bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Outside: Large front garden that leads down to the private river bank, with ample garden furniture, barbecue and summer house. Shared with The Stable next door.

Parking: Ample parking for 2 cars along private gravel driveway. If let along with The Stable, there is space for 4 cars. Additional parking also available just outside the garden area (private).



Living room with one large sofa, two armchairs, electric woodburner effect stove, flat screen TV, DVD and a selection of books. Door to the utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. Modern kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge and separate freezer and dining table and chairs. Stairs up to the master bedroom consisting of two adjoining rooms, one with a double sofa bed for additional accomodation if required, leading through to the main room with king size 5ft bed, built-in wardrobe and views of the garden. Twin bedroom with two 3ft single beds. Cloakroom with WC and washand basin. Family bathroom with bath, WC and basin. Separate Shower Room with large shower.

Please note: This property only comfortably sleeps 4 adults due to the bedroom and sofa bed arrangements.

Outside: Large front garden that leads down to the private river bank, with ample garden furniture, barbecue and summer house. Shared with The Lodge next door.

Parking: Ample parking for 2 cars along private gravel driveway. If let along with The Lodge, there is space for 4 cars. Additional parking also available just outside the garden area (private).


  • Included: Bed linen, towels, WiFi, travel cot, high chair, initial supply of logs in the winter, electricity and central heating (oil).
  • Telephone: Not provided. Mobile reception mixed.
  • Local Facilities: Local village pub with regular live music (London Inn) in St Neot, 2 miles. Local shop at Dobwalls, 2 miles. Magic Wood Climbing Centre at Woodlands Farm, quarter of a mile. Carnglaze Caverns, less than a mile. Supermarket (Morrisons), restaurants, take-aways and pubs in Liskeard, 10 minutes drive. Looe with more pubs, restaurants, cafes and beach, 10 miles. Cycle trails at Cardinham Woods (4 miles) and Lanhydrock (6 miles). Polperro 14 miles. North coast of Cornwall, approximately 1 hour drive.

Please note: Neither the garden nor the river is enclosed, so children will require supervision. A fishing license is required and can be purchased online via the Environment Agency or from the Liskeard Post Office.

Trevone Lodge 11

Trevone Bay, Cornwall, South West of England

Trevone Lodge From £2207 Availability

Inviting in the warmth and sunshine of the wonderful world beyond its four walls, Trevone Beach House is a magnificently welcoming, bright and homely house in this breath-taking landscape, moments from the unforgettable Trevone Bay.

Truly these interiors are dazzling and delightful. A sun room invites the most magnificent sunshine flooding through the full length windows, with sofas along two sides and large retractable glass doors leading into your exquisite garden. This modern, sparkling white kitchen offers the perfect place to cook up a delicious meal for the group with tons of space and a stylish breakfast bar for more casual dining. The open plan dining area creates a sense of openness, while the huge living room is the perfect place to relax and to gather the group together in front of the TV and the fireplace. You can enjoy beautiful views across your garden and the surrounding countryside throughout the home, promising you a sense of retreat and calm wherever you choose to put your feet up and unwind!

With four beautiful bedrooms for up to eight guests, you can settle into your comfortable and cosy bed at the end of a long day in paradise. The main bedroom features a double bed under a fabulous set of Velux windows, complete with a telescope to enjoy the crystal clear night skies! The second bedroom also has a double bed under large windows that flood the room with the morning light and offer beautiful views across the countryside. The remaining two bedrooms are both twin rooms, with a bonus trundle bed for added flexibility. Alongside the bedrooms are three stunning bathrooms, with a range of walk in showers and large bathtubs to pamper yourself in a luxurious space.

And finally - there’s your extraordinary garden! Bursting with life and colour and offering tons of space for all the activities you can dream of. This large lawn is great for the youngsters to run around and frolic to their hearts content, meanwhile there’s an idyllic spot for alfresco dining when the weather’s fine! And for the most relaxing place of all, kick back in a sun lounger on the patio and listen to the leaves rustling in the breeze while you sip a glass of wine, or indeed perhaps a local beverage - after all, Cornwall is home to the three major breweries of St Austell, Sharps and Skinners, all of which brew delicious beer!

Just a few minutes’ walk to the breath-taking Trevone Beach and under half an hour’s walk to the magnificent Harlyn Bay Beach, you’re truly ideally located to enjoy the best that Cornwall has to offer!

For yet more beautiful beaches, a few minutes to the south is Newquay, the surfing capital of the UK, where you’re guaranteed entertainment for kids and big kids alike! Other fabulous towns to visit across Cornwall include Bude, an hour north, with its excellent beaches, first class surfing and laidback, relaxed vibe on the north coast; and St Ives, an hour south and the home of one branch of the Tate Gallery, with white sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters.

Famous for its water-sports, in particular surfing, Cornwall also offers an incredible rock climbing scene, off-road cycling, including the 18 mile ‘Camel Trail’ following the scenic estuary of the river Camel and, of course, walking. The South West Coast Path, which runs for hundreds of miles along the West Country southern coastline, is particularly scenic around Penwith and the Lizard in the far south-west, venturing through vibrant towns, remote cliffs, beaches, farms and fishing villages. Be sure to try a Cornish pasty and delicious sweet Saffron buns (fruit buns flavoured with saffron), and of course a little Cornish clotted cream and ice cream! And for a local tipple, the three major breweries of St Austell, Sharps and Skinners serve excellent beer in pubs throughout the county.

To get here, there are ever-improving roads and trains running right through to Penzance in the far south-west of the county, as well as airports in Newquay, Exeter and Bristol, with car hire available at all three airports so you won’t have a thing to worry about once you’re booked to travel!

Trevone Retreat 8

Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Trevone Retreat From £2517 Availability

Luxurious and stylish, Trevone Retreat is a 4 bedroomed, modern house sleeping up to 8 guests in the heart of the beautiful village of Trevone on the gorgeous North Cornwall coast.

Within walking distance of stunning beaches and at the heart of the village, you are lucky enough to have The Shop at Trevone Farm only a hundred yards away so you can pick up tasty local produce, bakery goods and all your holiday essentials. The charming village boasts a pub and a beach café and bar but if you are looking for something livelier, you can discover Padstow’s celebrity-owned restaurants, thriving harbour, craft shops, galleries and cafes - all of which are less than two miles away. From Trevone Retreat you can access the Southwest Coastal Path within minutes and enjoy stunning scenery in either direction. The Cornish North Coast is a magical region to explore and is a magnet for those who love endless sandy beaches, dramatic coastline and amazing walks.

Trevone Retreat is immaculate with chic furnishings and is light and bright with huge feature windows. The ground floor has an expansive open-plan living/ kitchen diner with glass sliding doors opening onto the furnished terrace and garden. Elegant bright sofas sit in front of a wall-mounted TV and the central sleek dining space is a fabulous spot for lively diner parties. The kitchen is the perfect party space, with a huge island, loads of storage and all the appliances you could wish for. Including a Range cooker, boiling water tap, American style fridge freezer and dishwasher.
There is a separate utility room with sink, microwave, washer/ dryer as well as separate WC and shower Room. Kids big and small will adore the games room where they can put on the Juke Box and have a game or two of pool.

The property offers 4 spacious bedrooms. Two bedrooms are conveniently located on the ground floor. Bedroom 1 is a flexible twin room and Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom. Both bedrooms have sleek en-suite bathrooms with showers.
On the First Floor, Bedroom 3 is a huge stylish King size bedroom with a bonus sofa which can be converted into an extra bed. The en-suite bathroom is stunning with a gorgeous freestanding bath and separate shower. Bedroom 4 is a delightful king size bedroom with bathroom with bath and overhead shower. There is a lovely under eaves play area that should keep the little ones happy and a bonus lounge with loads of space for 3 large squashy sofas, log burning fire, smart TV. Floor to ceiling doors open onto a furnished balcony – perfect for sundowners whilst taking in the stunning sea views.

Outside there is a lovely furnished patio with plenty of room to sit back and relax in oversized sofas, or enjoy a spot of alfresco dining. The garden, with lawn, is private and secure and has a wonderful hot tub under a gazebo where you can enjoy bubbles in the bubbles no matter what the weather!

Trevone is a small charming village with a thriving community and lots of fetes and activities to enjoy in the summer months.

Trevone Bay has two lovely beaches surrounded by high cliffs on one side and big rocky ledges on the other. One of the beaches has golden sand and sheltered coves and the other is a must for those who like rock pools, crabs and fishing nets. Popular with surfers this small cove produces good waves from low to mid tide.
The cliffs to the north of the beach provide fantastic walks and views to Hawkers Cove, the Camel Estuary and beyond. Beware the ‘Blow Hole’ on the cliffs – a natural phenomenon which draws the crowds!

Less than two miles away is Padstow, the Cornish hotspot famous for its bustling harbour and fantastic restaurants. Padstow is a working fishing port, and the starting point of the Camel Cycle Trail. Enjoying a reputation as a foodie destination, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainesworth at No.6 sit at the top of the list of ‘must visit’ restaurants.

The Padstow Museum is home to an interesting collection of memorabilia giving an insight into the history of Padstow over the past two centuries. The picturesque harbour of Padstow is full of character and historical interest and has an eclectic mix of fisherman’s cottages and merchant’s houses  The attractive harbour offers a range of boat trips from wildlife spotting to angling or just messing about on the water and enjoying the sunshine. You can even go out with a local fisherman. Also popular are the ferry trips over to the upmarket resort village of Rock, second home to many celebrities. The Black Tor passenger ferry takes around five to ten minutes to cross the river and runs throughout the year. From Rock, there are some wonderful walks along the coast to the spectacular beaches of Daymer Bay and Polzeath.

Harlyn and Constantine Bays are wonderful, Constantine Bay is gorgeous with one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall and boasts a sweeping arc of gently shelving golden sand. The west-facing beach also offers delightful rock pools for children. The bay is separated from its neighbour, Booby’s Bay to the north by a thin rocky point and is bordered by a large rocky reef to the south.

The area is a golfing haven with the renowned courses of Trevose and Point at Polzeath also close by.

The inspirational Eden Project is only just over twenty miles away. Here you can trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest and immerse yourselves in the calm fragrance of the Mediterranean Biome. There are also extensive gardens, contemporary art displays, performances and storytelling to keep you entertained.

Triskel 4

St Agnes, Cornwall, South West of England

Triskel From £563 Availability

Laid out entirely across the ground floor, Triskel provides plenty of room to relax and offers some stunning views in this unbeatable setting.

Unwind and socialise together in the open-plan living, kitchen and dining area, with a stylish modern wood-burning stove to keep things warm and cosy and a wall-mounted TV with DVD player to entertain you.

The kitchen space is nicely equipped with a double oven and hob, a central island, a fridge/freezer, a coffee machine, and a dishwasher and washing machine for easy cleanup. You can eat casually at the breakfast bar or head into the dining area where a table seats four.

From this open-plan living space, a set of bi-fold doors lead out onto the lodge's wooden deck with outdoor furniture, a barbecue, and spectacular views of the sea.

Triskel has two bedrooms, one double bedroom with a king-size bed and en-suite shower room and one twin bedroom with two single beds. The lodge's family bathroom has a shower over the bath.

Tulip, Stoneleigh Village 4

Sidmouth, Devon, South West of England

Tulip, Stoneleigh Village From £297 Availability

Stoneleigh Village overlooks the historic Jurassic Coast, awarded World Heritage status the inspiring scenery and dramatic coastal pathways offer its visitors a fantastic journey through its unique landscape. The Jurassic Coast lies within the unspoilt countryside of East Devon, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. Its alluring sheltered beaches provide a wonderful secluded retreat for its curious visitors. Absorb the breathtaking views and mile upon mile of rugged cliffs, blue flag beaches, genteel seaside towns, tiny fishing villages and both pebbled and golden sands. Stoneleigh Village itself occupies a beautiful elevated position and sits charmingly between the delightful Regency town of Sidmouth and the picturesque harbour of Lyme Regis; ideally situated for holidaymakers to enjoy the perfect entirety of what the area has to offer. Stoneleigh Village sits adjacent to Devon’s famous Donkey Sanctuary, a recognised tourist attraction, and can be found within walking distance of their main headquarters at Slade House.

Turkey Dog - A luxury couples+ Yurt on a stunning historic esta 3

Newquay, Cornwall, South West of England

Turkey Dog - A luxury couples+ Yurt on a stunning historic esta From £1008 Availability

Discover the spirit of nomadic living with a stay at Turkey Dog; one of 12 luxurious, spacious Mongolian-inspired Yurts nestled in 62 acres of historic Estate at the Fir Hill Real Glamping hideout.

Overlooking the stunning Porth Reservoir and Cornish countryside, the glamping site is less than five kilometres from the beautiful sand and surfer friendly beaches of Newquay on the north coast of Cornwall.

This eco-friendly estate is unique in that it is self-sustaining and totally off-grid. Perfect for lovers of the great outdoors it provides an unforgettable Yurtist experience away from the pressures of 21st century living. All the lights, WiFi, showers are run from sunlight and logs!

Communal facilities are centred around a couple of brand new barns, built on the site of the estate’s old cow shed, with a warm social space (and views of the Porth Reservoir), as well as modern toilets and shower rooms. An outdoor terrace, meanwhile, offers a south-facing space for soaking up the sun with a covered barbecue area alongside.

The prime location combined with the luxuriousness of the Yurts themselves gives Fir Hill an obvious appeal. But much of the place’s charm is also owed to the ethos. Part glamping site and part restoration of an estate that was long overdue its time in the spotlight, the site has been painstakingly restored and renewed with the environment in mind. Water comes from a bore hole, huge solar panels cover part of the cowshed roof and a Froling turbo log boiler allows the site to run off thermal energy when the sun isn’t out. The owners have also planted over 200 fruit trees to restore the abandoned orchards.
Turkey Dog is a couples+ Yurt sleeping three, and is pet friendly. Tastefully decorated, it is suitable for couples or a small family with a double bed and a single bed. The Yurt has its own kitchen shelter, outdoor seating terrace and firepit. We also have two further couples+ Yurts, each sleeping up to three, and there are nine larger family Yurts each sleeping six.

Sleeps three
One double bed, one single bed
Children and babies welcome
One well behaved dog welcome
Private outdoor kitchen shelter
Private outdoor wooden terrace with seating and barbecue facilities
*Social distancing measures
Eight showers and eight toilets in nearby converted barn
Communal areas include multiple sun terraces and a quiet indoor area
Outdoor kitchen area for catered barbecues on request
Food can be ordered online and delivered from a local supermarket.
There are various takeaway and delivery services operating locally
All bedding and bed linen is included
Parking for one car
A unique venue for Wedfests
Covid-19 measures* (see Visitors' Notes)

Turkey Dog is made up of 5 material layers including a 12mm thick layer of 100% sheep wool felt, sourced from Mongolia, which keeps guests warm in winter and cool in summer.
As well as comfort, the Yurt has a diameter of 5.8m with floor space of 26m2. The side walls are 1.6m in height and the roof is up to 2.9m at it’s highest point.
Turkey Dog sleeps three people comfortably in one double bed and one single bed.
Private personal cooking area with gas stove, cool box, running water for drinking and washing up, tea and coffee making facilities, food storage facilities as well as pots and pans.
Private terrace with a picnic bench and barbecue/fire pit.

The Cowshed:
Built from scratch on the site of the old cattle shed, the Cowshed houses eight showers and eight toilets as well as a large indoor leisure area to relax (and there's even a large TV to keep the kids happy!)
The Terrace:
Outside the Cowshed, there is a large terraced area which benefits from the afternoon sun. There is an outdoor kitchen available for catered barbecues for 10 guests or more (on request).
Upper Terrace:
On the other side of the Cowshed there is another terrace, where guests can relax on the seating and enjoy the morning sun.

Power generated using only biomass and solar energy
Kitchen area includes a gas stove, running water, cool box, pots, pans, tea and coffee making facilities, crockery, cutlery, glasses and all the utensils you need
A squirrel proof, air tight box for non-refrigerated food is provided
Private outdoor seating and barbecue/fire pit, together with a wood supply and fire lighting equipment
Two larger seating areas on site with communal use fire pits
Rinsing water tank for cleaning wetsuits
A large television is available for use by children in the Cowshed
WiFi internet access*
Natural spring water supply
Outdoor kitchen on communal terrace for group catered barbecues

This eco-friendly estate is self-sustaining and totally off-grid.
Ten solar thermal panels and a Froling turbo log boiler set up to provide all the underfloor heating and hot water to the site's amenities.
There are two thermal stores which store all the hot water generated from the panels.
40 ground mounted solar PV panels ready to generate 10kw of power.
A battery storage room stores any energy that's been generated during the day ready to keep the site cosy and well lit in the evening.
Borehole and natural spring water supply.

Smoking is not allowed inside any of the buildings or Yurts
One well behaved dog welcome
Sorry, no hen or stag parties
All vehicles must be parked in the designated parking area
Please bring your own towels and toiletries, wellies, slippers and a torch! A full list of suggested items to bring will be provided with your booking details.
Bike racks are provided, but not locks and chains.
Whilst there is a plentiful supply of wood provided, this can be a slow cooking process. Therefore you may want to bring your own supply of charcoal, or buy it locally.
The site is popular for exclusive hire, with all 12 Yurts being made available for group celebrations and weddings for 60+ guests. Please enquire for details. Corporate events and team building trips are also welcomed.
Real Glamping staff will be in attendance to look after alternative energy systems (biomass burner, log burners, battery management etc...).
There are multiple charging stations through the Cowshed. However there is no electricity in the yurts or its enclosure. Given electrical load issues (the Fir Hill is off grid), electric hairdryers, curlers/straighteners are not allowed ....or indeed any device that uses excessive electricity (eg power tools ....!), although not many folk bring these on hols...!!
Please drive slowly when entering the estate, especially if your car has low clearance.
*Covid-19 measures for this Yurt:
In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
Daily deep clean
Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
40 metres between units.
Extra facilities, courtyard greeting and one-way system.
Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.
Naturally isolated.
*Wifi is available in the area around the Cowshed, and some Yurts, by their proximity to these buildings, also get a decent signal. Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to Guests free of charge. Should Guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

Located in Newquay, this cabin is in a rural area and by the sea. Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre and Dairyland Farm World are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Trerice and Huer's Hut. Oasis Fun Pools and Newquay Zoo are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with cycling.

Two bedroom holiday chalet. Five minute walk to the beach 4

Hayle, Cornwall, South West of England

Two bedroom holiday chalet. Five minute walk to the beach From £350 Availability

Two bedroom chalet sleeping 3/4. Totally refurbished. It's just a five minute walk to Hayle beach and a pleasant 10 minute walk, along the riverside, into Hayle town. There is free wifi at the chalet. We provide bedding but you need to bring your own towels. We can provide a cot, if required, which replaces the double bed in the second bedroom. You would need to bring your own cot duvet and cot bedding. We can also provide a highchair, if required, again at no extra cost. There is a shop and the Bluff public house within walking distance. We welcome a maximum of two well-behaved medium sized dogs. There is an additional charge of £25 per dog per stay.

This chalet is located near the beach and in an area with good shopping. Hayle Towans Beach and Hayle Golf Range are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Tehidy Country Park. Paradise Park and JungleBarn and Country Skittles are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with snorkeling, surfing/body boarding, and fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with cycling.

Two bedroom lodge within walking distance of Lynton Centre. Fre 4

Lynton, Devon, South West of England

Two bedroom lodge within walking distance of Lynton Centre. Fre From £826 Availability

Valley Vista is a wonderful two bedroom log cabin at Sunny Lyn Holiday Park, which is a private small family run site close to Lynton Town Centre. The decked balcony is the ideal spot to sit outside with watching the wildlife and birds. The River Lyn runs through the holiday park and all guests will benefit from free fishing onsite.

The centrally heated log cabin has on open plan living room/kitchen, two bedrooms (one double and one twin) and shower room. The kitchen is fully equipped with over, hob, extractor fan, microwave, fridge with freezer section, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, glasses, basically everything you need should you wish to cook in during your stay. The open plan living room has two sofas, 40 inch smart TV, DVD player, dining table and chairs. The lodge has recently been painted with new carpets throughout.

Onsite there is a launderette and a cafe which serves breakfast during the peak holiday season.

The location of the cabin is excellent. Within a 15 minute picturesque walk you will be in Lynton Town Centre which has an lovely array of restaurant, pubs, shops and cafe's. The Victorian cliff railway will take you from Lynton to Lynmouth Town Centre and harbour which has a further selection of wonderful shops, pubs, restaurants & cafe's.

The walks in the area are truly amazing with the Valley of the Rocks and Watersmeet walks being two of the most breathtaking walks you will experience. So much so that Julia Bradbury chose the walk from Lynmouth to Watersmeet as one of her favourites in her ITV programme "Britains Best Walks" which aired in 2017.

If you chose to stay local though, The Cottage Inn Public House adjoins the Park which houses its own Brewery and the wonderful Nartnapa Thai Restaurant.

Well behaved dogs are also welcome to day at Valley Vista (maximum 2 dogs please). Sunny Lyn has a number of lodges and static caravans if you have a larger group. Please view our other listings online.

This cabin is located in Lynton. Porlock Weir Harbour and Ilfracombe Harbour are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Exmoor National Park and North Devon Coast. Lynton and Lymouth Cliff Railway and Valley of the Rocks are also worth visiting.

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