Hengar Manor Country Park

  • Indoor leisure center
  • Sauna and spa
  • Wi-Fi
  • Archery

Piran Meadows Resort and Spa

  • Indoor heated pool
  • Outdoor splash zone
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Sauna/steam room

Penstowe Park

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • TV
  • Pool table
  • Amusement room

Leycroft Valley

  • Bungalows
  • Lodges
  • Bath/shower
  • Fully-furnished kitchen

Mullion Cove Lodge Retreat

  • Bungalows
  • Double shower
  • Restaurant
  • Shop

Bossiney Bay

  • Pubs
  • Cafes
  • Historic attractions
  • Outdoor activities
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

Avallon Lodges

  • Fishing lakes
  • Games room
  • Shopping in the local market towns
  • Nature trails/cycling trails
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

Clowance Estate

  • Deck with outdoor hot tub
  • 9-hole golf course
  • Rowing lake
  • Games such as basketball and tennis
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

Caddy's Corner Lodges

  • Couples pamper pack
  • Decking with outdoor hot tub
  • Open plan living
  • Views of Lizard Peninsula
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

Lakeview Country Club

  • Tennis courts
  • Children’s club
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Family entertainment
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

River Valley Country Park

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Freeview flat screen TV
  • Veranda with garden furniture
  • Double glazed central heating
Avallon Lodges/50 Cheapest

Meadow Lakes Holiday Park

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Dog walking area
  • 4 coarse fishing lakes
  • Tennis court and table tennis

Relax in your own Cornwall Hot Tub Lodge!

When it comes to lodges with hot tubs Cornwall has grown hugely in recent years and become one of the top places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like a onsite jacuzzi. A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout Cornwall that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals.

Cornwall lodges with hot tubs in my experience are the fastest to be fully booked every year.

Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Cornwall now has an enormous choice. Small secluded lodges are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable. Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a fair bit more expensive.

About Cornwall

Our personal favourite is Cornwall, we have travelled all around Cornwall and could not recommend a more welcoming place not just for family’s and couples but for pets.

If your planning a visit to Cornwall then we recommend looking at visiting the following places Newquay, Bude, Looe and Polperro. All have something to offer from small fishing villages to famous stunning coastlines.

Miles and miles of countryside to explore with plenty country pubs serving their home made cider and home cooked meals. We guarantee after one visit to Cornwall you will fall in love.

We love staying in Cornwall, see the place we have stayed at here.

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in Cornwall For As Little As £25 Deposit!

To ensure you get the best prices it's important to book early. Lodge owners love a full diary, but as they fill up, the prices shoot up. Get the best early booking discounts at Hoseasons.

Things To Do And Places To Visit In Cornwall

Cornwall is famous for cliff top walks, gorgeous gardens, surf sports and iconic attractions such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Michael’s Mount, Land’s End, Eden Project, and Minack theatre among others. Cornwall has a lot to offer and when you decide to visit you will be spoilt for choice. Let’s look at the top seven things that you must do when you visit Cornwall.

Go Surfing

This is a must do thing when you visit Cornwall. This is among the few places in UK where as a professional surfer you will get a chance to take to the waves. If you are not a professional surfer then you can come here and watch. Newquay which is the biggest resort found on the North Cornish coast, it is a really good place to go surfing. Major surfing championships and events are held at Fistral bay so you can check it out. There is much more to enjoy at Newquay, so take your whole family and enjoy.

Admire The Art

One of the leading attractions in Cornwall is known as Tate Gallery which is located at St Ives. The gallery contains the work of St Ives painters and sometimes you will find other painters work. The building is also amazing as it is located opposite Porthmeor beach and from it you will be able to view upper terrace which is like a beautiful painting. There is a lot more to view in this place such as in Barbara Hepsworth Museum in Trewyn Studio.

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Stand At The Edge Of England

You cannot visit Cornwall and fail to go to Land’s End. You can decide to visit Land’s End and have a family fun day. The family will get to enjoy craft workshops, bird watching, visitors centre, galleries and see the famous Land’s End signpost.

Visit The Garden

This is the place with the world’s largest green house. It is known as  the Eden Project which covers 35-acres. The place is covered by two large dome-shaped biomes. It is also known as  a world under glass. This place focuses on engaging and educating children on environmental issues. You will also get a chance to view different variety of plants. Wandering through the garden and seeing unusual and exotic plants gives you an amazing experience.

Places-to-visit-in-cornwallVisit Tintagel Castle

This place has a lot to offer from dramatic views to historical facts.  Tintagel Castle is set high on the rugged North Cornwall Coast and you will be able to view fascinating ruins and an amazing beach café. You will also get to learn the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The site can only be accessed via a footbridge which is on a coastline of dramatic black and craggy cliffs which is exposed to the fury of the Atlantic. The construction of the Castle took place in 13th century and was directed by Henry III’s brother Richard. It was once occupied by Normans, Romans and Celts.

Eat The Local Food

There is much more to history than the buildings and ruins of Cornwall. When you visit Cornwall make sure that you enjoy the local food.  You will be well served with food naturally grown and seafood. At Padstow you will enjoy the beautiful harbour views while having the best seafood meal.

A Walk At The Beach

When the sun is shining this is the best place to have a walk. In Cornwall you will get a lot of beaches to choose from. Whether you are going for a walk or surfing this is a moment for you to relax. You can go and watch dolphins playing at Minack Theatre. There is a lot to see when you visit Cornish beaches.

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