|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Carrick Lodge is a single storey wooden chalet that sleeps six. It is self-catering and ideal to get away from it all or for walking in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is set in a quiet complex with a 3 star rating and is ideal for long weekend breaks. It has one double bedroom with an en-suite shower & WC; two bedrooms both with twin beds and a family bathroom with over bath shower. All bedrooms have electric wall heaters. The living area is open plan and has a lounge with two settees and satellite 32' TV, Video, DVD, Hi-Fi ; and a dining area with 6 seats and the recently updated kitchen area, which is well equipped, with an electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, microwave oven and a washing machine. There are night storage heaters in the living area and hall way. The patio doors lead directly from the living area through a sliding door onto the balcony, where you will find a wooden table and two benches. The balcony catches the sun for most of the day and has lovely views out to sea. There is parking for two cars beside the property outside the front door. There is an on-site indoor swimming pool for the use of our guests.
Places to visit within 5 Miles: St Anthony’s Head - Lighthouse.
St Mawes – Estuary-side village; Beaches; Castle; Ferries to Falmouth and other places.
St Just in Roseland – Famous for its picturesque church yard beside the estuary.
Veryan - Pretty village with the round houses, pond and Pub.
Beaches – Porthcurnick; Porthbeor; Towan; Portcurnick; Porthbean; Pendower; Carne.
King Harry Car Ferry for transport across the estuary towards Falmouth or Truro.
Places to visit within 20 Miles: Falmouth – Shopping; National Maritime Museum; Pendennis Castle.
Truro – Shopping; Cathedral.
Mevagissey – Picturesque fishing village.
Charles Town – Shipwreck Centre.
Helford Passage and estuary.
Cornish Seal Sanctuary.
Gardens – Trellisick; Heligan; Glendurgan; Penderrick and Trewithen.
Beaches – Swanpool; Gyllyngvase; Maenporth; Hemmick; Vault; Great Perhaver; Colona.
Adventure Park - Kidzworld at St Austell
Other places to visit further afield.: St Ives - Beaches; surfing; Tate art gallery.
Newquay - Surfing; Beaches; Jamie Oliver's 15 restaurant.
Padstow - Rick Stein fish restaurant, fish & chip shop, cafe and deli. Ferry to Rock; Beaches; Cycle path.
Penzance - Fishing harbour; Cinema.
Porthcurno - Telegram museum; Minack OpenAir Theatre with the sea as the back-drop.
Lands End Experience.
Sennen - Beaches and surf.
The Lizard - Lighthouse; Walks; Scenery.
There is plenty more to see and do in Cornwall, so visit your local Tourist Board Office for more information.
I found this property which needed some TLC and knew it was what we were looking for.
Pete and Jenny Cannard purchased this cottage in 2001
Carrick Lodge is a warm and cosy home which is ideal for a holiday to get away from hectic city life. It is set in the countryside, on the Trewince Manor estate and we enjoy walking to the beach and along the coastal paths. We also like to visit The Plume of Feathers in Portscatho for a meal and a few drinks. We can either chill or explore both beaches and countryside.
We love the quietness of Carrick Lodge where we can look out to sea from our balcony to find boats and ships. As a guest of our Lodge you have complimentary access to the leisure club facilities which includes a 13 metre heated indoor swimming pool, spa pool and sauna. You can relax afterwards in the cafe with a choice of both hot & cold drinks, a cream tea, or something a little stronger from the bar. We often walk along the track away from the Manor House through the wooded area to the gate where we watch the sunset over St Mawes. Ralph's, the local shop in Portscatho, is always open and we love their cornish pasties. There is plenty to see and do in this area of outstanding beauty. Cornwall is a relaxing place to visit.
'Love the lodge. Everything we needed. Nice quiet relaxing week' - Mr & Mrs A Weston.
'A wonderful week of peace, quiet & relaxation in a picturesque & stunning setting' - Butler family.
'A lovely holiday, our third visit' - Mr & Mrs Duddridge.
'A lovely holiday, beautiful accomodation & views' - Saunders family.
'Lovely lodge with beautiful views across the valley. Everything you could possibly want is catered for in the lodge' - Miller Family.
'Very relaxing break and will definately return' - Kevin & Caroline Sayer.
'I've really enjoyed this holiday. It has been one of my best holidays ever! - Danielle Mattingly (aged 13).
'beautiful part of Cornwall and every facility in the accomodation' - Mike & Nancy Mills.
'we have enjoyed it here very much' - Ann & Andrew Webb.
'A lovely view to go with a tranquil resort' - Mr & Mrs Maxwell
Carrick Lodge is situated beside the old walled garden within the peaceful Trewince Manor estate on the Roseland Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty. This cottage has views out to the sea from the large, wooden balcony. There are plenty of walks around this area, including coastal and estuary paths, and shady woodland trails abundant with wild life and flowers. Many unspoilt sandy beaches and coves are within easy reach, along with exotic gardens, fishing villages and the popular Eden Project, Heligan Gardens and National Maritime Museum. A five minute drive away is the pretty harbour-side village of Portscatho, with its good selection of facilities including butchers and convenience store with bakery, Post Office and Pub serving food. St Mawes is a short 15 minute drive away, where you can take a ferry trip to Falmouth or other interesting places, have a meal in a waterside restaurant, or visit St Mawes Castle built by Henry VIII. Take the famous, chain King Harry Car Ferry from Philleigh across the water towards Truro, Falmouth or other areas in Cornwall.
Other Activities: Rock pooling.
Golf: There are three golf courses locally, these are at St Austell, Truro and Falmouth.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
28 Oct 2016 - 22 Dec 2016
Changeover Day: Friday
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
23 Dec 2016 - 5 Jan 2017
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£100|
FRIDAY is the normal changeover day or start day.
We are flexible with start days out of the peak season dates.
Weekend Breaks are available for Weekends or Mid-week breaks out of high season.
Contact us if you have any queries on the rental costs.
Short term breaks are available.
All average nightly rates are based on a seven night booking.
When confirmation of the booking is made, there will be a deposit of one third of the total amount due for the rental.
Final payment is due 8 weeks prior to the start date of the rental.