The Lodge

Sleeps 4
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub


‘The Lodge’ is a beautiful Grade II Listed detached 18th Century retreat, which was once a gateway into the Tehidy Country Park Estate.

Set within a magical sylvan setting and situated with Tehidy Woods and Golf Club on the doorstep, this enchanting thatched period property is only a five minute drive to the award winning, dog friendly beach of Portreath, as well as only a short drive to the A30 where you will be able to conveniently explore some of the wonders that Cornwall has to offer.

Sleeping up to 4, with established gardens overflowing with flora and wildlife, and a hot tub for relaxing after a days adventuring, The Lodge is available to book now, from 24th March 2022 onwards.

Best Things About: The Lodge ‘away from it all’ relaxing location for peace and tranquillity a chance to really chill out.

Step outside the front door and you arrive on a gateway into Tehidy Country park Estate perfect for exploring or dog walks, 10 min walk to a beach with many cafe/restaurants also water sport hire. Enjoy a hot tub whilst watching and listening to the bird song the garden is a hidden gem

Need to know:
Arrival from 15:00
Departure strict by 10:00am
Fully refundable security deposit
Limited dinning space for 4 adults
Bedroom 2 is small and not much space for storage.


One Master bedroom with King size bed. One second bedroom with 2 single beds that can be made into one larger bed. Note this bedroom is very small, with very limited storage space.
1 Bathroom. Master bathroom with roll top bath, basin, WC and separate shower.
Children: Are always welcome at The Lodge.
Sky glass TV, Luxury spa hot tub, cast iron roll top bath
Grade two listed super cute cottage on the edge of a beautiful estate yet close to a large sandy beach and pubs, fully enclosed garden for children and pets.
Dogs are very welcome at The Lodge, and will receive a complimentary gift on arrival – After all, it’s their holiday too! Pets are charged at £40 per stay


There are two private parking spaces on the gravel driveway outside The Lodge.
Environmentally Friendly
Locally sourced welcome hampers and produce


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The Lodge

Local Area

We’d love to share with you some of our favourite things to do whilst staying at The Lodge… So here’s some tips for in the village, locally and beyond… Some things that you won’t find in any tourist brochures!!
Top tips for your stay at The Lodge

Whilst staying in the beautiful area of Portreath, you won’t be short on things to do and see. To start, a stroll up the Coast Path from Smugglers Cove in Portreath is a must. Although a little bit of a ‘stank’, it’s well worth the initial steep climb. You will discover the most mesmerising spots to watch the sunset. Take a bottle of wine and a picnic if you can; you’ll be overwhelmed!

The coastal heathland blazes with gorse and heather and the grass fringing the path is sprinkled with wildflowers. If you’re lucky you’ll pass the wild ponies along the way too!

If you’re feeling energetic enough, follow the breathtaking coastline of high cliffs and secret coves. It’s along here that you’ll eventually come across Tehidy Woods. If you’d prefer to access by car, drive in from Cot Road, Illogan and follow the road directly into Portreath. Tehidy has 9 miles of meandering paths, and 250 acres of peaceful lakes and woods to explore.

The woods are an enchanting place to visit all year round, particularly in April and May. It’s this time of year when these magical Cornish bluebells appear. These nodding violet blue flowers make an even more stunning woodland walk. Have time for a cuppa? Enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea at their Country Park Cafe, and rest those achy legs.

From The Lodge to Porthtowan and beyond

On the opposite side of Portreath, by the harbour you’ll find an equally beautiful coast path. Slightly easier on the legs, it leads to Porthtowan, a small village famous for it’s surfing, fishing, and sunsets!

This beautiful seaside walk is around 2 miles, and full of surprises. You’ll come across old mines, miles of ancient Cornish stone walls, historical landmarks and acres of Coastal flora. The Blue Bar on the beach is very relaxed, and perhaps the best place to grab a drink. Sit outside with a pint of Tribute Ale, soak up the views and inhale the refreshing sea air. Treat yourself to a delicious roast dinner at The Unicorn Pub, where all the produce is local and fresh. If you have a furry friend, you can even bring the dog too!

Just outside of Portreath, you will find a Bike Hire place called Elm Farm. The main Coast to Coast cycle trail runs for 11 miles from Portreath to Devoran, and through Scorrier Woods. You’ll go through Poldice Valley, and alongside the stunning Restronguet Creek on almost entirely purpose built cycle path lanes. At a leisurely pace it takes most people around 2 hours each way to cycle the Coast to Coast Trail. If you are like us and fitness isn’t your forte, pop into The Fox and Hounds Pub mid route. Here you can treat yourself to a well deserved break, a spot of lunch and a cheeky pint!

Exploring by sea from The Lodge

Kayaking from Portreath beach is a must, if the seas are calm enough of course. You’ll find the most beautiful secluded sandy beach to the left which is almost always empty. You may see seals along the way, and they often pop up next to the kayak to say hello. Dolphins are often spotted in the bay, and if you take your snorkel, you could even find some sea creatures. Keep your eyes peeled for spider crabs, lobsters and bass, and in the summer months, you’ll see jelly fish too!

Stretch your legs with a walk up to Gwel An Mor to visit their Feadon Wildlife Centre. Here you will see and meet the animals; Reindeer, Ostriches, Birds of Prey, Goats, Foxes and more. If you have children (big or small!) make the most of their Falconry Sessions and Wildlife Experiences.

The 9 hole golf course here is Award Winning, and makes for an adventure packed day. Follow it up by a round of archery, and a fishing session for Carp and Tench in Clover Lake.

If after all this you still have some energy (or time!), book the little ones into a session at Penny Red’s. It’s the perfect place for pony rides and the perfect holiday experience… All washed down by Fish and Chips and a glass of Camel Valley, at The Atlantic Cafe on the seafront. Enjoy!

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What’s included in your booking
Every guest can expect to find a luxury welcome hamper upon arrival, each property also provides fast Wi-Fi, high quality linen and towels, logs (where relevant), dishwasher tablets, tea towels and hand wash. Our minimum standards ensure you have everything you need for a memorable stay, but some properties may provide alternative or slightly varied items, so please request detailed information from our team before your stay, if still required.

Who Manages Cornish Stays properties
Each of our property owners have a local manager and housekeeping team on hand to prepare and clean the property, whilst also being available to resolve any potential issues during your stay.

If you have a problem during your stay who to contact
In any cases where you encounter a problem, please contact the property manager as soon as possible. You'll be able to find their details on your booking documents and on the guest information in the property. There's a 24/7 emergency contact number that goes straight through to the local property manager, so guests can rest easy that there’s always someone on the end of the phone if issues arise.

We personally know our properties and owners so every detail is covered – and we even stay in many of them too – so whether it’s about the house, the local area or a special surprise you’d like help planning, Charlotte can provide personal insights and answer any questions to help you find and plan your Cornish stay.

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