Park Lodge is a well-equipped, large holiday property sited on an award winning Country Park, a beautiful parkland estate surrounding an 18th century manor house that offers tranquillity, stunning surroundings, fishing lakes, restaurants on site and plenty of activities available for those with an adventurous spirit.
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Park Lodge is a delightful spacious lodge on an award winning Country Park, facilities include the leisure centre with a 25m indoor heated swimming pool (open all year round), mini gym, beauty spa, sauna, steam room cafe and bar. Outside there is a 9 hole par 3 pitch and putt course, 4 fishing lakes, tennis courts, a woodland adventure play ground to name but a few! Access to the swimming pool is available to guests at no extra charge but there is a charge for using the other facilities on site.
The cottage is within 8 miles of the stunning north Cornwall coastline, achingly beautiful beaches exposed as the tide drops away from pebbled coves. There are some beautiful coastal walks along the cliff top paths revealing the rugged headlands being battered by Atlantic waves and there are also plenty of excellent surf spots within easy reach. Nearby, Wadebridge, one of north Cornwall's main market towns and gateway to the Camel Trail, is a short drive away where you can find many boutique shops, restaurants and pubs. Slightly further afield is Port Isaac, where Doc Martin is filmed, and Bude which is a vibrant town with supermarkets and many stunning restaurants and pubs. Devon is only a short drive "north of the border" and Clovelly and Hartland are well worth a visit.
Ground floor: The front door leads into the open plan kitchen / diner / living room and further corridor with doors to; shower room with hand basin and WC, two twin bedrooms complete with wardrobes and chest of drawers. Stairs from living room lead up to;
First floor: The stairs lead up to a landing with doors to; spacious master bedroom with 5' bed, plenty of storage and a balcony, second double bedroom with storage and a bathroom with corner bath, hand basin and WC.
Exterior: Drive with parking for 1 car in allocated space outside the property, further parking is available in the main car park. There is a picnic table.
Facilities & Services
The property has gas central heating. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer. The lounge area has a flat screen digital Freeview TV, there is a DVD player, CD & Radio. There is an iron & ironing board. WiFi is available at the property and there is an open zone at the main reception and in the bar.
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to bring your own beach / pool towels. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is allocated parking for 1 car, further parking is available in the main car park. There is a launderette available on site. The site has a communal indoor heated pool.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday, but some weeks a Thursday.
Short breaks are available during the quieter months of the year.
£150 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Discounts available for 4 people or less staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using two rooms only.
Park Lodge 9 is situated 1/2 a mile from St Tudy a quaint Cornish village, the church around which the village was built was first constructed in the 6th century and then rebuilt in the 11th, 15th and latterly 19th centuries. The village has been built around the original Celtic circular raised graveyard - known locally as "God's Acre!" St Tudy is believed to be the birthplace of Captain Bligh of the "Mutiny on the Bounty" fame! The St Tudy Inn (formerly the Cornish Arms) will welcome you in for a refreshing drink, a hearty meal or both! ?
Bodmin Moor is a couple of miles away to the East and is dominated by large granite tors which tower over sweeping expanses of moorland. Bodmin Moor has engendered fear and awe throughout history and hence provided inspiration for writers, poets and sculptors. Standing stones, burial chambers, clapper bridges cottages and farms across the moor give a hint of the 4000 years of human development ever since Bronze age farmers first arrived.
Port Isaac is about 6 miles to the North West and this has recently been the base of filming for "Doc Martin" with Martin Clunes, there are a good selection of cafes shops and pubs. Further up the coast there are plenty of golden beaches and coves stretching between Polzeath and Tintagel with some of the best surf in Europe.
Bodmin lies a few miles to South West and has a large selection of supermarkets, shops and restaurants.
Rock is situated on the Camel Estuary opposite the town of Padstow. The estuary is alive in the summer with all manner of boats including windsurfers and water skiers. If you don't fancy venturing out on the water there are fine walks across to Braey Hill and further to St Endoc Church (the last resting place of Sir John Betjemen) where there are stunning views across to Doom Bar and Stepper Point. The mile long sandy beach stretches all the way to Daymer Bay at low tide and as there are no waves in Rock it is ideal for swimming. Rock is reputed to be home to more millionaires than anywhere else in Cornwall and it comes as no surprise that it also boasts a Michelin starred restaurant, the Black Pig. A foot ferry is able to take you across to the incredibly popular Padstow or 'Padstein' as it is nicknamed due to the amount of Rick Stein's food venues on offer. It is here that you can hire a bike and cycle along the Camel Trail if you fancy.
Polzeath is a small seaside resort about 6 miles north of Wadebridge and is known to have one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall. This long sandy beach combined with Atlantic swells provides ideal conditions with which to improve your surfing skills. The beach is prefect for families, there are lifeguards on duty and the village has a number of restaurants, pubs and cafes to cater for your needs. The coastal path passes through Polzeath to Daymer Bay and Rock in one direction and New Polzeath and Pentire Point in the other. There are miles of beautiful coastline where dolphins can sometimes be spotted and this is a wonderful area for birds such as puffins, kittiwakes and gannets.
Guest from Dagenham stayed for 7 nights.
This was a late booking designed to give a fun holiday to 4 children and a break for the adults after the shocking tragedy of my brother and his 4 kids losing their partner / Mum. I wanted somewhere that offered activities for children ranging from 3 to 14 in the event that the weather excluded the beach but that wasnt like a holiday camp. This was perfect. A comfortable, well equipped lodge, beautiful grounds and a lovely swimming pool. The staff were friendly and helpful. There was entertainment if desired but it was easy to avoid if that isnt your thing. The restaurant was reasonably priced with a large varied menu and the food was pretty good. The kids loved the pool and feeding the ducks and we had some brilliant days out at nearby Tintagel and Daymer Bay.
Guest from Leatherhead stayed for 7 nights.
A really pleasant stay. Lodge 9 had everything we needed and was comfortable, we will be staying there again in the future. The park is OK.....needs a good coat of paint and deep clean - pool area the most needs a good scrub, but.....I'm been picky, the lodge and holiday and location was great and recommended. Thank you.
Guest from Sandhurst stayed for 7 nights.
The lodge was clean and has everything you could need for your stay. Great base for exploring Cornwall. The entertainment on site is not the best but we were busy exploring to really use it. The restaurant however provides amazing food. The roast is a must. The best we've had in a long time. We would do Cornwall again but will look again for something a little cheaper as was quite expensive for a place to sleep.
Guest from Abbots Langley stayed for 7 nights.
Pleasantly surprised upon arrival. I'm really fussy with cleanliness and was very pleased with the lodge. Lovely fresh bedding and little extras included like tea towels, hand-washes, washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets. Nice quiet park. Swimming pool was fine and longer opening times to other places we have been to. Reception staff were very helpful. Disappointed that the pizzeria appears to be shut for good. Little shop had decent stock and golf was cheap. Restaurant served up huge portions of fresh food and prices very reasonable prior to 6.30pm. Location was great for accessing the North and South coasts. Would definitely recommend a visit to Padstow. Also, Polzeath, Bude and Widemouth Bay were great for bodyboarding.
Guest from Oldham stayed for 4 nights.
excellent does not come near enough for both the holiday and the service we received, We have been to Cornwall 7 times for holidays before but normally go near Looe, now we will be contacting Cornwalls with a request for different areas whenever we come to Cornwall in the future once again thanks for all your efforts
Guest from Newbury stayed for 7 nights.
The lodge is a good size, very clean and has everything you could possibly want in terms of utensils, wardrobe space etc. A very comfortable lodge. The park itself has a good size swimming pool which we made use of everyday plus a small shop for essentials and both a pub and a pizza restaurant. The location is a good base to visit various places around Cornwall depending on how far you want to travel, we packed a lot in on our holiday from the Eden Project to Football Golf, the beach at Bude to visitingTintagel Castle. We hope to return when the weather is warmer to continue our exploration of Cornwall!
Guest from Redditch stayed for 7 nights.
Lodge 9 is privately owned and not by hengar manor. Our neighbours had been a couple of weeks earlier to hengar and said that their lodge was perfectly clean but a little tired. Lodge 9 however is very clean and freshly decorated. It has a new fully equipped kitchen and plenty of seating for everyone. The bedrooms are big as are the two bathrooms. Only thing to point out is that one of the bedrooms is next to a lampost which shines into the room all night but a blackout blind would cure that and there needs to be a notice on the parking space to state that it belongs to the lodge. The site itself is clean and tidy but we found it a little quiet ( but we did go the last week of the school holidays when it was dying down). There is free WiFi in the reception area, don't pay for it in your lodge as its a bit random when you get a good connection. Lots of activities for kids such as archery, football, scuba, kids clubs but again due to it being quiet there were only 3 or 4 kids turning up for them. However I'm sure in the main weeks their would be more turn up which would create a better holiday atmosphere. I would certainly hire lodge 9 again over hengars own lodges.
Guest from Oxford stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely week despite the weather! The lodge was very well kitted out, cosy and comfortable. When we arrived the toaster didn't work and the owner kindly replaced it very quickly. The only thing we would have preferred (not all would agree) is feather pillows/bedding, although the beds were very comfy. Beautiful place when the sun is shining!
Guest from Sleaford stayed for 7 nights.
A really great modern lodge in a lovely location. Spacious and airy but cosy and warm too. We were really chuffed. Only problems which probably need looking at were the downstairs bathroom lock and the dodgy toaster! Would definitely go again - thank you.
Guest from Bromsgrove stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely time in Lodge 9 - wonderfully surprised at how well equipped the lodge was. The beds were really comfortable and the bedlinen new and fresh. The surroundings were idyllic and the children loved the ducks pottering around outside. We will definitely be back!
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