Surrounded by gorgeous Cornish countryside and with far reaching views towards the English Channel, Coast Lodge is an idyllic lodge retreat situated on the much sought-after Roseland peninsula on the outskirts of the pretty village of Portscatho. Nestled in 26 acres of the beautiful Trewince estate with a select number of similar lodges, Coast Lodge - one of the newer lodges - sits in an enviable elevated position overlooking verdant countryside towards the coast. With numerous walks from your doorstep, stunning sandy beaches close by and blissful Cornish countryside to explore, Coast Lodge offers the very best of contemporary lodge living.
Coast Lodge sits in blissful tranquility and from the moment you arrive the peaceful surroundings will envelop you. The ground floor open plan living space is light and spacious, and beautifully furnished in soft pastel shades. The kitchen is sleek and well-equipped with all you need, including the all-important dishwasher! Conveniently next to the kitchen the dining-table invites everyone to gather round to chat about the day's adventures. Gorgeous comfy sofas provide the perfect place to relax in the sitting-area and bi-fold doors lead out from here to the stunning decked balcony where you can sit and enjoy your stunning surroundings throughout the year. A double bedroom and a pretty twin room are situated on this floor alongside the shower-room, perfect for washing those salty toes after a day on the beach.
On the first floor the main bedroom awaits, beautifully furnished with a feather and black designer bed and luxury linens. This bedroom has a fabulous balcony, the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or perhaps an evening aperitif listening to birdsong and enjoying the view. The bathroom is also located on this floor alongside a desk, ideal if work comes calling and this open study area can accommodate the cot if required. At the rear of Coast Lodge you will find an additional seating area, surrounded by woodland and providing a secluded spot for quiet reading, bliss.
For families, Coast Lodge has all you need to keep youngsters entertained including an array of toys, books, beach toys and a Nintendo Wii, ideal after a busy beach day! With a buggy, cot, high chair and child carrier all here at your disposal, you will find you have much more space in the car, or perhaps travel by train and have a car-free holiday knowing all the baby equipment you need is waiting for you.
You are free to explore the pretty woodlands and countryside of Trewince and there's also a play area and secluded quay to discover. For rainy days, or days when you just fancy a change from the beach, a gorgeous swimming pool with raised mezzanine lounge area is shared with other lodge guests. If the chef would like an evening away from the kitchen, Cornish pasties can be ordered in advance from reception and during the summer months freshly cooked pizzas and fish and chips are cooked to order so you can dine on your gorgeous balcony watching the sunset! Coast Lodge really does have it all when it comes to contemporary lodge living at its best.
Portscatho is the jewel in the crown of the Roseland peninsula and with stunning beaches, a picture-perfect harbour and good selection of places to eat, it's easy to see why. The Hidden Hut can be found overlooking Porthcurnick beach, where diners sit on wooden benches and enjoy the freshest of Cornish cuisine or maybe you'd prefer to shop at Curgurrell's the local farm shop where you can spoil yourself with the freshest of locally caught fish, seafood, home-grown meats and locally-sourced cheeses, fruit and veg. Picturesque Towan beach with its jolly beach cafe is a 15 minute walk or five minute drive from the lodge, a long sandy beach dotted with rocks it's perfect for swimming and rock pooling.
The vibrant village of St Mawes is a short drive away and water sports enthusiasts will love kayaking and paddleboarding around the calm waters of the harbour. If dining out is on the cards, St Mawes offers everything from fine dining to fish and chips eaten from paper on the harbour wall and everything in between. If you are looking for a change of scene, the seasonal passenger ferry can take you over the estuary to the maritime town of Falmouth with a great selection of eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and an interesting museum.
Travel further afield and spend the day exploring the mighty biomes of the Eden Project or perhaps The Lost Gardens of Heligan, lost in time during WW1 and now painstakingly restored to their former glory. However you plan to spend your Cornish getaway, Coast Lodge will provide the perfect base for all your adventures.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, Blu-ray DVD player, Bluetooth speaker and Nintendo Wii. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash-basin, washing machine and tumble-drier
Please note, there are a couple of steps from the front deck to the garden at the side.
- No pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Indoor swimming pool
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture
- 6 panel heaters
Welcome to Coast Lodge.
The gorgeous open plan living space has bi-fold doors leading to a fabulous balcony.
Beautifully furnished in pastel shades, Coast Lodge is a delight.
The sleek kitchen has all you need.
Luxury linens and peaceful surroundings ensure a great night's sleep.
Enjoy gorgeous rural and sea views from the decked balcony.
Coast Lodge makes the most of its elevated position with fabulous views from the decked balcony.
Plenty of space to snuggle on the sofas after a busy day.
The ultimate in lodge living, Coast Lodge is a dream.
Open plan living at its best.
Let the outside in through the bi-fold doors.
Shop in local farm shops for the freshest of Cornish produce.
The bedrooms are a delight and bedroom one on the first floor has a balcony, the perfect place for a morning cuppa.
The first floor balcony has far reaching views.
The bathroom on the first floor is the ideal place for a long soak after a busy day.
If work calls whilst you are away there's a handy desk on the first floor.
The pretty double bedroom on the ground floor.
The twin bedroom on the ground floor is perfect for either children or adults.
The shower-room on the ground floor is the ideal place to wash salty toes.
In an elevated position, Coast Lodge sits on a secluded development of lodges.
Admire the view and listen to birdsong in your rural idyll.
Welcome to your very own "Coast Bar", the perfect spot for a G&T!
A quiet spot to the rear of Coast Lodge is perfect for some peaceful contemplation.
Coast Lodge is an idyllic spot for a holiday.
Enjoy a dip in the shared pool after a long day.
Settle down in the luxurious hot tub.
The kids can really let off steam in the play area.
The private parking area for Coast Lodge.
The views from the end of the lane across the bay to St Mawes are captivating.
Stunning Towan beach is a few minutes drive away.
Portscatho is a pretty village where you can stock up on your holiday essentials.
Wander along the coast path to The Hidden Hut where you can enjoy the freshest of local delicacies overlooking Porthcurnick beach.
Porthcurnick beach at low tide.
St Mawes is a vibrant village just a short drive away where you can catch the seasonal passenger ferry to Falmouth.
St Mawes has a good selection of eateries from fine dining to fish and chips eaten from paper on the harbour wall.
Further afield The Lost Gardens of Heligan are great for a day out.