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Choosing Lodges in Cornwall

Staying in a Cornish lodge makes a lot of sense, whether you’re looking for a place to gather the whole family, a way to experience the outdoors in winter or a smart alternative to a hotel (with handy things like a kitchen so you can be a bit more independent). Whatever your reasons, there’s nothing like waking up to spectacular moorland or seaside scenery from the comfort of a proper bed.

If you’re thinking about trying out a lodge break in the UK, Cornwall may well be your number-one choice: thanks to its southerly position, the county has a mellow climate and longer daylight hours than its northern counterparts, so lodge breaks are possible all year around. Read on to find the right Cornish lodge for you.

Where you should stay in Cornwall

  • Looking for an off-season break with gorgeous views? Because you’re not exposed to the elements on a Cornish lodge holiday, they make a great choice for travel all year around. Look for cosy pods with indoor pools or games rooms for chillier days, or tucked into inlets on Fowey’s sheltered coastline.

  • Can the dog come on lodge holidays too? Yes, of course. Simply look for sites that welcome canine visitors – Cornish lodges near dog-friendly beaches like Lantic Bay and Mullion Cove are ideal, while staying near the Camel Trail gives plenty of walking options around Wadebridge. 

  • If you’re travelling as a family, consider looking for lodges around St Austell, which will be convenient for trips to The Eden Project. Newquay is another clever family stop, with a zoo and an aquarium, and towns like Bude and Truro offer loads of kid-friendly bonuses from ice-cream shops to indoor pools for rainy days. 

  • Keen to be out on the surf? By booking a Cornish lodge close to the beach, you can hit the waves without having to pitch a tent, and get back to a cosy base with hot showers and somewhere to dry your gear. Look for lodges around Polzeath (a top spot for novices) and Newquay.

  • If you’d like to add a luxury touch to your Cornish break, book a lodge with a hot tub. However you spend your holiday, little beats the chance to relax in a tub with a glass of something chilled at the end of a fun-packed day.

What you can do in Cornwall

  • Cornwall is crammed with cultural attractions. Porthcurno makes a handy base for alfresco performances at the Minack Theatre, and art lovers should find masses to occupy them in St Ives galleries. And of course, the county has plenty of reminders of its industrial heritage – look for lodges around Penwithick to visit some of the tin mines.  

  • If you’re celebrating a big occasion in your Cornish lodge, treat yourselves to an odyssey around top gastronomic destinations like Padstow, Charlestown and Porthleven, all packed with seafood pubs, bistros and top-end dining options.

  • Cornwall is awash with mystery and legend – if you’d like to learn more about Camelot, base yourself in lodges near the mighty castle ruins at seaside Tintagel, or head on up to the Dozmary Pool on Bodmin Moor, forever associated with King Arthur and his sword Excalibur.

  • Get out on the water. Yes, Cornwall is nirvana for surfers, but you can also learn to sail, go coasteering or paddleboard across to St Michael’s Mount. If you’d like to up your sporting credentials, think about lodges around watersports centres like Penzance, Newlyn or Marazion

Here’s how

Pitchup is designed to make it easy to find and book your break. Each one of our Cornish lodges has different features and facilities, so personalise your search by using the filters on this page to find a spot that’s right for you. Perhaps you’d like to stay near a surfing beach, or spend some adults-only downtime on a farm? Select as few or as many filters as you like and you’ll see all the options that match your needs.

Intrigued to know where else you can stay in lodges in the UK? If you’re keen to visit the West Country, have a look at options in Devon, Dorset or Somerset, or you can search across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to find ideas for your next lodge holiday.