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Peregrine Lodge Talskiddy

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Sleeps 6

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathroom

1 Pets

Peregrine Lodge - Facilities

This beautifully presented timber lodge, finished to a very good standard, lies adjacent to the birds of prey centre and has its own large, enclosed decked area with dining table, chairs and sun loungers. It also has a raised decked are to the rear with a sunken hot tub. Providing comfortable, stylish and cosy contemporary living, right in the heart of Cornwall, yet close to many of the county’s outstanding beaches. The lodge is set within 15 acres of grounds with woodland and footpaths around an unfenced lake, and there is also fishing available on-site by arrangement.
Just minutes from the iconic foodie haven of Padstow and its many excellent restaurants that line the narrow streets surrounding the working harbour. Padstow, home to TV chef Rick Stein’s foodie empire, is a picturesque fishing village offering many attractions from the culinary to the outdoors.
The Camel Trail, a flat multi-use trail that hugs the shoreline of the Camel estuary and travels inland to the delightful market town of Wadebridge, before leading on to Bodmin and the surrounding moors, is an absolute must. You can hire bikes in any of the towns and cycle the trail - a firm favourite with locals and tourists. A great tip is to start your ride in Wadebridge and cycle to Padstow where you can enjoy fish and chips on the quay side and a pint in the local pubs before setting off back.
Newquay, Polzeath, Mawgan Porth, Watergate Bay plus other hidden coves along this coastline provide some of the best surfing spots in the UK. There are many registered surf schools with great hire shops and coaching, so why not try this exhilarating sport in one of the most iconic surf spots? Padstow harbour also has many day boats that provide fishing trips so you can catch your evening’s supper.
Peregrine Lodge is the perfect place from which to tour Cornwall with easy access to the main road network and the train at nearby Newquay.
There are many spas locally for that special pampering session, some of which also provide world class golf courses such as Polzeath and Harlyn Bay.
Horse riding, surfing, sailing, diving, fine dining, golf and cycling are all available locally. Beach 6 miles. Shop and restaurant ½ miles, pub 1½ miles.

  • Detached
  • Dishwasher
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Patio / Garden
  • Golf Course Local
  • Rural Property
  • TV
  • Open Fire / Woodburning Stove
  • WiFi / Internet Access
  • Bedding / Towels Included
  • Washing Machine
  • Local Fishing
  • Open Plan
  • Accessible Features
  • Walk In Shower / Bath
  • Hot Tub
  • On Site Parking
  • BBQ

Peregrine Lodge - Reviews

  • Sarah - Nottinghamshire 5th November 2019

    Our stay November, 2019

    Wonderful week away in this outstanding lodge. It has everything you could wish for. Top quality of goods from the towels to the pots and pans. Little extras touches made it extra special such as the welcome pack , board games , books, beautiful prints of Cornwall on the walls and throws. The location is great for both the north and south of Cornwall. As we have been to Cornwall many times it made it easier to stay indoors and enjoy this special lodge.

  • Mohammad - Lincoln 27th October 2019

    Our stay October, 2019

    Excellent lodge fantastic beyond my expectations in terms of modernity and amenities...we had a welcome pack including a bottle of Prosecco....location was central to where we needed and we never needed to travel too far....better than value for money, simply exceptional

  • George - Urmston 27th September 2019

    Our stay September, 2019

    Excellent Lodge.Every thing you could wish for

  • Anonymous 18th September 2019

    Our stay September, 2019

    Was an amazing place to stay, quite, nice walks around the lake. Hot tub was spot on.

  • Kev - Cuxton 5th August 2019

    Our stay August, 2019

    Superb lodge with modern facilities and great hot tub. Cannot fault the lodge and have already recommended to friends

  • Allison - Stourbridge West Mids 29th July 2019

    Our stay July, 2019

    This is one of the best lodges we have stayed in. Very spacious and well decorated. Everything you need in the cupboards and draws and plenty of clothes storage in wardrobes and chest of drawers. Dave who owns the site works very hard and makes sure everything is ok and explained how to use hot tub when we got there. Outside the lodge is kept lovely as well with the grass area and a rotary line on the side and a parking space on the side. There's only one line of lodges that over look the field which is good as you are not overlooked by other lodges opposite. We were able to take our two little doggies which is always a plus. Hot tub is really good and has steps to get into and at night fairy lites are around the lodge which is a nice touch. After first week the cleaner changes bed linen and replaces all dirty towels with fresh ones and there are plenty supplied and Dave collects all the bins. The decking on this has been extended and has a huge table, bench and chairs as well as two wooden deck chairs also so plenty of seats. There's a range of games in lounge draws and storage cupboard to keep you entertained and camping chairs to take to the beach. Theres a washer dryer which is a plus. Theres two bathrooms so it doesn't feel like you are under each others feet and because most of the lodges are owned there's sense of community. There's three lakes that you can walk down a path to and i would definitely recommend a visit to the Birds of Prey onsite as its superb and has twice daily displays. You pay £10 and can go as many times as you like. Its not just birds of prey but other animals also and really well kept and a small gift shop with snacks. We were lucky enough to be able to walk it from our lodge. Location being next to a road didn't bother us as we live next to a town and ring road anyway but might be a problem to others. We had no problem with wi fi or tv signal like we did at another site last year and you get sent an email with the code for your key and a key fob to come and go through the gates. Lovely and quiet for us and very modern. You do need to jump in a car to visit places like Padstow, Newquay, Mawgan Porth etc.. but that didn't bother us. They do a park and ride down the road to Padstow which we would advise you to do as Padstow is really busy and you don't have to struggle to park and is £5 per car. The bus takes you down and only about 5 mins and you catch it where it dropped you off. All in all a fantastic lodge and would definitely recommend and we were made to feel very welcome throughout our stay. Thank you. I would put the same review on trip advisor but i don't think i can?

  • Lucy - Bewdley 20th July 2019

    Our stay June, 2019

    We had a lovely week staying at Peregrine Lodge. The lodge is in the perfect location for travelling to Newquay and Padstow in particular. It’s very spacious and well-equipped, as well as being decorated beautifully! We particularly enjoyed having a hot tub and outdoor space on the decking. We will definitely staying again when we are in the area!

  • Susan - Giltbrook 5th June 2019

    Our stay June, 2019

    Excellent accommodation. We will be back! Thank you to the owners who made us feel very welcome.

  • Natalie 1st May 2020

    Our stay February, 2020

    Unfortunately we had storm Dennis. The lodge was fantastic, dry and warm. Loads of cute homely touch's, games etc. The owner emailed to check in which I thought was very thoughtful. I wish I could afford in the summer months.

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