This beautifully presented timber lodge adjacent to the birds of prey centre, with its own raised decking and sunken hot tub is finished to a very good standard, it is located on a site of similar lodges, some of which are still under construction. Providing comfortable, stylish and cosy contemporary living, right in the heart of Cornwall, yet close to many of the counties outstanding beaches.
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.