Nestled in the most unique setting - in an old quarry, no less! - Tresahor Lodge is the perfect getaway.
Here you can see the BBQ hut to the right, the lodge to the left of that and then the lake on the far left, complete with pedalos! Yes, it really is all yours!
There is plenty of space for everyone on the sofa.
The Lodge faces out towards the BBQ hut and lake.
The brilliant BBQ hut in all its glory.
Enter through the mysterious doorway and through the tunnel to find your fabulous destination.
Simply stunning!
Looking back into the lodge, a light and sociable space.
Breakfast time, making plans for the day.
The master bedroom has a double bed (there is also storage under the bed). Complete with an en suite cloakroom too.
The deck provides the perfect place to sit back and relax with your morning coffee.
Look what is inside...
Just look at this striking setting! Complete with a fabulous BBQ hut.
The pedalos are a fabulous feature - yours to use as you wish (life jackets must be worn and children must be supervised at all times around the lake please).
The second bedroom has small twin beds (2'3'' suitable for children) and a TV/DVD player.
The lovely shower-room complete with shower, WC, wash-basin and heated towel rail.
Looking back towards the Lodge, all of this space is for your sole use.
The outside dining table is cleverly made out of an old mill stone.
Cook up a delicious dinner or toast some marshmallows.
Outside lighting creates a lovely atmosphere at dusk and into the evening.
So tranquil and atmospheric at night time as well as day time.
Here you can see the Lodge, with the laundry-room/outhouse to the right and the BBQ hut and lake in front.
Looking back at the lodge.
Another fabulous aerial shot, showing just how wonderful this special setting is. Here you can see the Lodge and its dedicated area and the friendly but unobtrusive owner's house too (to the right), both areas are very private from each other.
Nestled in the most unique setting - in an old quarry, no less! - Tresahor Lodge is the perfect getaway.
The Ferry Boat Inn at Helford Passage is well worth a visit, here you can join the coastal footpath or take the ferry across to Helford village.
Falmouth is a lovely maritime town with three sandy beaches.
River moorings on the nearby Helford Passage, why not hire a boat and spend some time on the water.
Port Navas is another beautiful spot, whilst there you can pop into the Yacht Club for a visit.
The Lizard peninsula is only a short drive away with spectacular coastal walks and scenery to explore - perhaps visit Kynance Cove?

Tresahor Lodge


4.3 miles W of Falmouth / Sleeps 4 (no children under 2)

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7 Nights from £758

Nestled in the most unique, tranquil and breathtakingly beautiful setting (in an old quarry, no less!), Tresahor Lodge is the perfect getaway for couples and families alike, within easy reach of all that this stunning part of Cornwall has to offer. Your journey into a magical place begins; trundle up the steep unmade lane, curving past granite walls and old oaks to reach your destination.

Let's start with the lodge itself, charming and comfortable with all of your holiday needs catered for. Steps lead up into the open plan living-room, complete with a comfy sitting-area for snuggling up in front of the TV of an evening, a dining-area with seating for four and a well-equipped kitchen, including a gas cooker, fridge, freezer, kettle and toaster - all you could need to rustle up a scrumptious supper. A small hallway leads off the living area towards the back of the lodge to the shower-room and two bedrooms - one with small single beds, TV and DVD player, the other with a double bed and en suite cloakroom. In turn, double doors at the front lead out onto the deck - the ideal spot for your morning coffee whilst taking in the glorious outlook.

Outside, the remarkable surroundings are steeped in history - this former granite quarry was last used in 1906 (it is said that the site gained a reputation for having some of the best granite in the area and is even rumoured that it provided supplies for the second build of the London Bridge) - the current owner has lived on site for 30 years and has undertaken the most terrific task of turning the area into the special spot that it is today.

The lake is the star of the show - 20 foot deep with super fun pedalos for you to use (the life jackets must be donned for your time on the water please, children must be supervised at all times and swimming is strictly not permitted), a 'beach' complete with striped deckchairs and the opportunity to try your hand at fishing. You can dine al fresco at the table and seating overlooking the lake - cleverly created from an old mill stone - after cooking up a feast in the fabulous barbecue hut, a great place for toasting marshmallows too.

If you can bear to tear yourselves away (and who would blame you if you can't!), there is so much to see and do nearby. The lovely local village of Constantine may be small in size but it's certainly not in offerings - there is a convenience store, general store (with an off-licence offering more than 100 different whiskies, a plethora of gin and more!), mobile post office (opening times may vary) and craft gallery with local Information Centre.

There are many wonderful walks around the spectacular scenery and estuaries of the gorgeous Helford River (be sure to explore the pretty circular walk at Bosahan Woods, filled with bluebells in season, and the scenic walk to Scott's Quay on the edge of the river), and the craggy coves and magnificent sites of the Lizard peninsula are also with easy reach.

If you fancy dining out, there are some great eateries in the surrounding villages. For starters, the renowned Trengilly Wartha pub serves delicious food and is just a ten-minute drive away, as is the popular cafe at Potager Garden. If it's a takeaway you're after, you will find a pizza van in Constantine on a Saturday evening and a fish and chip van in the nearby village of Gweek on a Wednesday evening (there is also a good pub and a post office here). If you venture a little further into the maritime town of Falmouth (complete with some brilliant beaches) or up to the Cathedral City of Truro, you will indeed be spoilt for choice.


Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Coal effect electric fire, TV and DVD player. Gas cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, kettle and toaster

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (2'3'' recommended for children only), TV and DVD player

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Laundry-room/Outhouse with washing machine and tumble dryer

Please note, children under 2 years of age are not accepted as there is unfortunately no room for a cot at the lodge. The driveway is steep and unmade in places. Please take care around the lake - children must be supervised at all times, life jackets must be worn when using the pedalos and swimming is strictly not permitted. Wood for the BBQ hut is to be supplied by the owner - there are two free nets in the hut to start and thereafter it can be purchased from the owner (there is an honesty-box in the log store).


  • Dogs welcome (2 medium sized dogs only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 2 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue hut
  • Full gas-fired CH
  • Wood for the BBQ hut is to be supplied by the owner - first two nets free, thereafter pay owner