Eastcott Lodges have a fantastic secluded location in the stunning countryside of the beautiful Tamar Valley. Holidays at these lodges are all about relaxation, peace and tranquility. The location is perfect for a relaxing family holiday and there is plenty of safe green space for children to run around and play as well as a dedicated children's play area. Fishing is available on site at the well stocked lake and the village pub is just a few minutes walk away.
Accommodation is in spacious and stylish lodges. All are very well equipped with everything you could need for a great self catering holiday including a microwave, bed linen and a TV and video. There are several types of lodge available including the two story Ashwater lodges which have one double and one twin bedroom. A third room with bunk beds makes this a perfect choice for a family. Larger families or groups may wish to stay in Woodlands Cottage which is set away from the lodges and has its own garden, drive and parking. The cottage sleeps up to 8 people and has extra touches such as wide screen TVs and a dishwasher.
The woodland which surrounds the lodges is a haven for many types of wildlife including squirrels and deer. You will find a beach 10 miles away as well as the popular resort of Bude just 15 miles away - a great place for a day trip! The Camel Trail is perfect for walking and cycling enthusiasts and a visit to King Arthur’s castle at Tintagel is highly recommended.
Eastcott Lodges have been positively reviewed by recent guests many of whom have mentioned the quiet and restful atmosphere of the site and the easy access to local attractions. The accommodation has been described as beautiful and great value for money.
- Woodland lodges and a four bedroom cottage, all comfortably furnished.
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bath with overhead shower
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Electricity by £1 coin meter
- Babies must be included in party total
- Cots £10pw and highchairs £5pw each
- Pets £25pw each (max 2)
- (except Woodlands Cottage)
- All non smoking accommodation
Accommodation at Eastcott Lodges
Ashwater LodgeSpacious two storey A-frame lodge. Ground floor: One bedroom with bunks. Spacious lounge/kitchen/diner. Fridge/freezer. First floor: One double and one twin. Verandah with picnic table.
Nordic LodgeSingle storey A-frame lodge. One double and one with bunks. Balcony with picnic table.
Redwood LodgeCanadian lodge. One double and one twin. Balcony with picnic table.
Woodlands CottageSingle storey cottage in its own secluded setting away from the lodges. One master double with king size bed, TV/Freeview and ensuite shower, one double and two twin. Additional WC. Widescreen TV/Freeview/DVD. Kitchen/diner with dishwasher. Utility room with fridge/freezer and washing machine. Garden, patio and picnic table. Private drive and parking. No pets.
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Fun Days Out in North Cornwall
The award winning Newquay Zoo makes a fun family day out in North Cornwall. With over 130 different species of animals to see and plenty of fun activities for the kids this attraction is ideal. Recent additions to the zoo include the African Savanna and the Madagascan Walkthrough exhibit. Kids will love the play area, face painting, tarzan trail and animal encounters. Different events tale place throughout the year such as the Halloween Zoo Boo family fun event on 31st October.
This fun park makes a really energetic day out with rides, pitch and putt and a kids zone. Some of the highlights include the Thunder Racing Track and the Blaster Boats. The F1 racing karts are also very popular. Younger kids will like the kiddy karts and the trampolines. Located in the Newquay area this attraction is easily accessible from the M5. You can purchase Bulk Tokens for rides on their website to save money and download a golden ticket.
This attraction is really unique in that you have the opportunity to gain a rare insight into a working sanctuary. You can see first hand all of the fantastic work carried out as well as seeing the monkeys themselves. Other popular areas of this attraction include the Bat Cave and Wildlife Room. the Wildlife Gardens and the kids play area. There is something for everyone at The Monkey Sanctuary and you can also sponsor and donate if you wish. The cost to adopt a monkey is from just £2 a month.
Holywell Bay Fun Park has been one of South Cornwall's most popular attractions for many years and features a good range of rides for children of all ages. As well as fairground rides and Go- Karts there are plenty of places for family fun including the Maze, Bumper Boats and Lazar Shooting area. If the weather is not great visitors can simply head inside as there are plenty of indoor activities including a large Soft Play Area and a thrilling Climbing Wall. With no entrance fee this park is a good budget friendly option too.
Paradise Park first opened its doors in Cornwall in 1973 and has been one of the regions top attractions ever since. What was once just a tropical bird garden is now a refuge for many different species of animal and aims to be educational as well as fun for its visitors. The inhabitants include some typical UK creatures including Otters, and Red Squirrels as well as some more unusual and rare animals including Red Pandas. Younger children will enjoy meeting the friendly animals in the farm area. The site has recently been extended and now also has a fantastic Jungle Barn where kids can let of steam.
A fantastic attraction with something for everyone. Combining rides, activities and exhibitions it's all here in the one place. Look out for seasonal events too such as the Fire in the Sky event on 27th October 2010 - discount advance tickets are available for most of the events so don't forget to check out their website. Some of the most popular thrill rides include the first Twisting Droptower in the UK called the Skyraker 001. The Hornert Rollercoaster is also not to be missed.
Open from end March to end October this is a lovely attraction suited to families with kids of all ages. You don't need to worry about the weather either as this is an all weather attraction with the addition of soft play areas and a ball pool for the little ones. Some of the highlights include the Bull Pen indoor play area, the Raging Bulls Ride, Pat-aPet and the Mini tractors. Of course there is also the opportunity to get up close to the farm animals and try some bottle feeding.
The Eden Project is a fantastic local attraction in Cornwall which will appeal to families and couples. From the moment you step through the entrance it's clear that this is no ordinary attraction. All under one roof you will find a giant rainforest, Horticulture courses, rock climbing, ice skating and an arts cafe. Not all of these activities are on at one time, they are staggered throughout the year so check out the website to see what's available when you plan to visit. Autumn at Eden is very popular with events such as daily apple pressing and Time Changing Tales (story telling with an autumn theme).