The 4* Cornwall Lodges consist of 22 stunning, self-catering woodland lodges within the grounds of the Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate. With both 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom floor plans available; the interiors draws on Scandinavian style and are influenced by the surrounding woodland with a light & fresh feel. From granite worktops to the vaulted wooden ceiling, the lodges feel at one with its natural surroundings. Enjoy exquisite self catering accommodation along with all the fantastic amenities of The Cornwall Hotel & Spa; nestled among the trees on the 43 acre woodland estate. These lodges provide the perfect base for a luxurious self catering holiday in Cornwall, whether a week-long adventure or short Cornish escape. Extra attributes include French windows, your own balconies and cedar wood construction ensuring all lodges fit nicely with their scenic surroundings.
What is the capacity for Cornwall Lodges @ The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate?
The Woodland Lodges offer 2 or 3 bedrooms making them the ideal base for a relaxing holiday in Cornwall. From babies to grandparents, all ages will love to explore the Scandi-style reverse living homes and the 43-acre estate they are located in. There are hot tubs in some of the lodges and others are dog friendly.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the St Austell area?
There are many places to visit and activities to enjoy in this beautiful part of Cornwall; with the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre and much more at your fingertips. Perfect for countryside, walking and wildlife enthusiasts as well as artists and those who enjoy water sports, tennis, golf and relaxing on sandy beaches!
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The St. Austell restaurant offers a range of new and locally made Cornish dishes, Laura Ashley afternoon teas with a wide selection of baked cookies, sandwiches and Tregothnan Teas and a wide selection of fine spirits, wine, local beers and cocktails. The menus for lunch and dinner feature the best of local Cornish produce including locally caught Fowey moulds and Cornish crab cakes. In the warmer months in St Austell, the sun terrace is the ideal spot for Al Fresco dining and drinking, while the warmth of the team's hospitality brightens up even the coldest winter evenings.