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Situated on the heart of the North Cornwall coast our luxury resort at Mawgan Porth, access to onsite facilities including heated indoor & outdoor pools, sauna, steam room and cafe
This luxury wooden lodge can accommodate up to ten people, it has five bed rooms consisting of two king size beds, one double and two zip and links allowing you the flexibility of having super kings or single beds as required.
The property is built with the intention of providing luxury and comfort for all the family. It is fully energy efficient with solar thermal hot water, heating and under floor heating. The upper level of this particular building has one master bedroom with en-suite, giving the occupying guests a little more privacy.
The upper level also has a large open plan space consisting of a kitchen, dining room and living room. The living room is equipped with the latest TV; DVD AND BLUE RAY home cinema with surround sound and a log burner. The kitchen also has a range cooker dish washer, washing machine and tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer.
There is large balcony for you to step outside onto and take in the amazing views. The remaining bedrooms are on the ground level of the property; all are very spacious and are equipped with TV and DVD players, en-suite shower rooms and a shared family size bath room.
This property also has a decking area with hot tub. We recommend this property for large family breaks or for an extra special Christmas away with your loved ones. The living area is also spacious enough to host meetings, conferences or special events. Guests can take full advantage of the onsite leisure facilities including indoor pool and cafe.
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Nestled on the stunning rugged coast between Padstow and Newquay, our holiday lodges in Mawgan Porth are some of our most sought after. From self-catering holiday lettings to luxury holiday villas, the west-facing beach, pumping surf and stunning natural beauty draw people from all over the world to Mawgan Porth in North Cornwall.
Voted by The Times newspaper as one of their top 10 beaches, the stunning cliff-walled, dog-friendly beach at Mawgan Porth is a mecca for surfers and family holiday makers alike – the perfect spot for both thrilling watersports and relaxing beach days filled with sandcastle building and rock-pool exploring. Wherever your Mawgan Porth lodge is located, the walk or short drive to the beach is guaranteed to be always beautiful and always worth it.
The caves around the beach at Mawgan Porth are an exciting place to explore and the beach is connected to some of the best coastal walks in the country, including the South West Coast Path. Our coastal lodges for you along this stretch make the perfect base for exploring this majestic part of the Cornish countryside. Other highlights include pitch & putt, crazy golf, a popular pub, café and a fish and chip shop – everything you need for that perfect seaside holiday!
For those who fancy venturing further afield, the famous Camel Trail cycle path from Padstow to Wadebridge is just 5 miles away and it’s only a short drive to St Eval Karting Circuit, The Japanese Gardens, The Classic Air Force, the zoo and bowling. It’s also only 6 miles to Newquay, making Mawgan Porth a great, laid back base from which to explore the bustling surf beaches and bars of Cornwall’s most famous surf resort, without having to stay with the crowds. Having access to a car here will greatly broaden the scope of the entertainment and natural scenery accessible to you.
Of course, such perfection does mean that prices here tend to be a little higher than surrounding areas, but we firmly believe that in this case you get what you pay for. You can’t go wrong with a holiday rental lodge in Mawgan Porth.View more about Mawgan Porth
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I visited with my husband and 2 teenage boys back in August 2015 - so I'm a bit late in writing this review whoops.
Where to start. We arrived at teatime on a Friday and on arriving at Mawgan Porth the destination, we found the resort really easily. The staff at the main office by the entrance were a bit matter of fact, to be honest, but had our keys ready for us and we found our lodge straightaway.
Everything was as expected and really clean and well laid out. We found our way around the park without any problems and were really happy with all the facilities there - our 13 year old boys wanted time away from their fogey parents and were very happy to hang out solo at the lovely pool and pool bar for most of the time we were there. We didn't use the indoor pool ourselves, but noticed a lot of people seemed to work their way between the outdoor and indoor pools (you can see the indoor pool from the restaurant).
The beach is a short walk from the park, and other local activities (donkey derby and welly wanging competitions!) took place in the fields next door so were again walking distance. The staff in the office restaurant were really friendly and welcoming, the food is lovely and from talking to other guests on our way around the resort, it seems most people are return visitors. As we will be this year - totally love this place and can't recommend it highly enough!