Lodges in Cornwall

  • The Lamb Shack

    Bodmin

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Boat House Roundhouse, East Thorne, Bude

    Bude

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Ember Room Roundhouse, East Thorne, Bude

    Bude

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Roundhouse, East Thorne, Bude

    Bude

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Lodge

    Sheepwash

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Log Cabin in South Cornwall

    Liskeard

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Log Cabin in South Cornwall

    St. Austell

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Log Cabin in North Cornwall

    Boscastle

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Ricann - UKC4244

    Lanreath

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY

On the search for lodge holidays in Cornwall? You’ve landed in the right place. At Lodge Holidays, we offer a fabulous selection of holiday cottages and lodges across the county. From coastal retreats with sea views to luxury lodges with hot tubs, we’ve got something for everyone.

Each and every one of our holiday lodges boasts its own individual charm. Whether you’re looking for a cosy base to enjoy a romantic weekend away or perhaps a spacious lodge or log cabin to fit the whole family, we’ve got the perfect retreat waiting for your arrival. Maybe you’d like a dog-friendly lodge to bring the pooch along? Not a problem. Looking for lodges in holiday parks, complete with a swimming pool? We’ve got you covered. If you can’t find what you're looking for, our friendly team is on hand to help you plan the perfect getaway.

Renowned for its golden beaches and turquoise coastlines, Cornwall is one of the most popular destinations in the UK. Whether you’re planning on stopping in the idyllic Cornish countryside or thinking of heading to the glorious South Coast, this beautiful county offers something for all kinds of visitors. After a busy day of exploration, you can cosy up in one of our lovely lodges.


Best locations for a lodge holiday in Cornwall

From the sandy beaches of St Austell to the bustling streets of St Ives, there are so many gorgeous places for holiday lodges in Cornwall. Here are some of our most popular destinations.

St Ives

Best for: Checking out the local art galleries


St Ives is a thriving seaside town and harbour, boasting an excellent beach and offering plenty of interesting attractions along its pretty streets. Fans of modern art will definitely want to check out Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden - both offering a unique insight into the life and works of talented local artists.

Newquay

Best for: Having a go at surfing


Famed for being somewhat of a surfer’s paradise, the bustling town of Newquay is home to some of Cornwall's best beaches. Whether you’re planning on riding the waves or simply soaking up the sunshine from the shore, it’s a wonderful location to enjoy a seaside break with the family. After a day on the beach, refuel with some local crab or lobster in one of its many seafront restaurants.

St Austell

Best for: Taking a scenic stroll along the port


St Austell is a historic market town, just a few miles from the coast. Its picturesque port has been the backdrop for many television programmes and films, including Poldark and Doctor Who. The impressive Eden Project is just a short two-mile drive away from the town and is well worth a visit if you like exploring botanical gardens.

Truro

Best for: Making the most of all the local attractions


Part of The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Truro is a picturesque city with plenty to see and do. Spend an afternoon strolling through the enchanting Penrose Water Gardens on its outskirts, or enjoy a live music performance at Old Bakery Studios. If you’re interested in the history and heritage of the area, be sure to head over to the Royal Cornwall Museum.

Penzance

Best for: Taking a dip in the Jubilee Pool


A lovely market town in West Cornwall, Penzance is host to a variety of attractions including the Jubilee Pool and the tranquil Trengwainton Gardens. During your stay, it’s worth taking a stroll down the popular Chapel Street. This historic street is lined with a unique mix of independent shops and boutiques.


Best walks in Cornwall

There are lots of lovely walks to be enjoyed in Cornwall, many of which are close to our holiday homes. Here are a few scenic walks to get you inspired!

St Ives to Carbis Bay

Location: St Ives
Difficulty: Easy
Walk length: Four miles


Make the most of the gorgeous coastal views with this route from St Ives to Carbis Bay. Starting at the car park in town, this trail winds through Steeple Woods before following Carbis Valley to the beach.



Watergate Bay to Newquay

Location: Newquay
Difficulty: Easy
Walk length: Three and a half miles


Following the coastal path, this Watergate Bay to Newquay route is perfect for warm summer days. Along the way, you’ll get to take in the panoramic views of Cornwall’s beautiful coast.

Baal Pit and Carn Grey

Location: St Austell
Difficulty: Moderate
Walk length: Three and a half miles


The unique and varied landscape of Baal Pit and Carn Grey makes for a great day out. This scenic trail is relatively hilly, but shouldn’t be too strenuous. Along the way, you’ll get to see remains of the historic China clay pits.

Truro to Roseworthy

Location: Truro
Difficulty: Moderate
Walk length: Six and a half miles


Take a walk through the idyllic Cornish countryside with this Truro to Roseworthy trail. Following the Kenwyn Valley, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to sit down and enjoy a tasty picnic along the way.

Penzance Town Trail

Location: Penzance
Difficulty: Easy
Walk length: Just under three miles


If you just want a nice easy going stroll, then the Penzance Town Trail is perfect. Taking you on a tour through the streets, you’ll get to discover the rich history of this coastal town.


> Best beaches in Cornwall

Best beaches in Cornwall

Many of our cottages in Cornwall are just a short distance from the nearest beach. Here are just some of our favourite Cornish beaches - although there are over 500 waiting to be discovered!

Bamaluz Beach

Location: St Ives

Best for: Discovering a secret beach


Bamaluz Beach is considered to be somewhat of a hidden gem along the shores of St Ives. Often hidden by high tides, you’ll need to time your visit carefully to make the most of this sandy bay.

Towan Beach

Location: Newquay

Best for: Enjoying a family day out


Close to plenty of amenities and with plenty of golden sand to bathe on, Towan Beach is ideal for family days out. It’s conveniently set right in the centre of town and is just a ten-minute walk from the main car park.

Porthpean Beach

Location: St Austell

Best for: Surfing, kayaking or snorkelling


A relatively small yet popular bay, Porthpean Beach is renowned for its aquamarine waters and powdery sands. It’s a great place for watersports - with visitors enjoying everything from windsurfing to snorkelling.

Loe Beach

Location: Truro

Best for: Taking the dog for a walk


The nearest beach to Truro, Loe Beach is around five miles away from the city. Unlike many other beaches, it’s dog-friendly throughout the year, making it a great choice for those bringing their four-legged friends along on holiday.

Long Rock Beach

Location: Penzance

Best for: Swimming in its calm waters


Long Rock Beach is a great choice for those who like the option of taking a refreshing dip in the sea! The waters here stay shallow for quite some way, so it’s great for letting the kids have a safe paddle around.