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Chalet / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 5
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Chalet / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 5
The lodge benefits from its prime location away from busy roads, perfect for the children. On entering the lodge you will step into the spacious open plan living area, consisting of lounge, dining and kitchen area's with stunning panoramic views of Bodmin moor. The lodge also comprises of one double bedroom with en-suite, one twin bedroom and one single bedroom and family bathroom. New mattress on the beds in 2014.
The lodge is ideal for families, with plenty in the surrounding area to see and do during your stay. The location offers good parking. Onsite play area, small shop.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Constantine Bay 1.4 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay Airport Cornwall 12 km, Nearest railway: Bodmin 26 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
This luxury new holiday home offers three bedrooms.
1 Double with en-suite.
1 Twin and 1 Single + T/cot.
Full gas central heating.
Family Bathroom with shower.
Fully equipped Kitchen including oven, Fridge/freezer.
Lounge/Dining room with Fire place, Flat screen TV + Freeview box, DVD player and Radio/CD player.
|Further details outdoors|
Out side the lodge is the decking that is on 2 sides of the lodge giving you the lovley morning sun and on the other the evening sun so you can relax and enjoy the sun all day. There is losts of grass area around the lodge for the kids to play and it's at the end of the site so it's very safe and sucluded for the kids. The lodge over looks Bodmin moor and has the best views out of all other lodges. The property also has two benches, one table with seating for 6 people outside the lodge.
The Cornwall region
Cornwall, at the far end of England's SW peninsula - offering more miles of unspoilt coastline than any other in Britain.
Cornwall - for heritage, culture, arts, gardens and culinary delights
Cornwall - for beaches, coastal walks, golfing, cycle trails and surfing
Cornwall - so easy to reach, so hard to forget - truly Inspirational
Dotted along the coast are hundreds of beaches - from tiny secret coves to large expanses of golden sand. There are famous resorts and picturesque fishing villages, whilst inland lie ancient settlements, historic market towns and the cathedral city of Truro - Cornwall's capital.
Cornwall has plenty of heritage and culture from times past - stone circles, iron age villages and grand historic houses. There are a multitude of great gardens, all different, which are a joy to explore.
A vibrant art scene stemmed from the Newlyn and St Ives schools, and Cornwall attracts artists from worldwide still. A host of writers such as Daphne du Maurier, Rosamunde Pilcher and John Betjemen have all written of the delights of this far flung corner of England.
There are plenty of activities for all the family in the local area. Local shops and pubs.1 mile away from the beach. Coastal walks.Local golf course at Constantine Bay. Hot spot for Surfing.Visit Rick Stein’s Restaurant in Padstow.
Padstow Tourist Information Centre
Red Brick Building North Quay
Cornwall PL28 8AF
Tel: 01841 533449
Prideaux Place in Padstow Cornwall. Home of the Prideaux family for 400 years, Prideaux Place is set into the hill above the fishing port of Padstow, with stunning views of the Camel Estuary and beyond.
Blue Reef Aquarium,Newquay Cornwall. The aquarium takes visitors from the dramatic Cornish coastline to the spectacular 'underwater gardens' of the Mediterranean and the dazzling beauty of the Caribbean coral reef. With an underwater walk-through tunnel see more than 30 living displays
Holywell Bay Fun Park, Newquay Cornwall. Landscaped park with quality rides. Includes go-karts, crazy golf, battle boats, maze. Indoor adventure play area and fun rides, bumper boats, Bugs Buggies, climbing wall, golf.
Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Newquay Cornwall. A 2-mile steam train journey. Leisure park, paddle boats, canoes, 2 miniature railways, crazy golf, maze. Video of mine disaster and entrance to viewing platform of the largest mine engine house in Cornwall.
Newquay Zoo. Newquay Cornwall. Amongst the sub-tropical lakeside gardens live hundreds of animals. Highlights include feeding time talks and animal encounters. Disabled friendly.
Only 12 miles form the Eden project.
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6 Jun 2013
We've just returned from a weeks stay at Mario's lodge.
It was perfect. Everything you needed and more :-). the park is very quiet which is just how we like it. WE have stayed there in pervious years so knew what it was like.
the lodge its self is like a tardis. It just goes on forever so plenty of space. Also when you're in bed you cant hear the TV from the lounge which is perfect for children.
All in all it was a wonderful week and we will return.
Only down point and this maybe a little picky but I do think the mattress in the master bedroom could do with replacing. I like a firm bed but this was one step to far even for me. Other than that a very comfortable well equipped clean lodge
9 Oct 2012
"fantastic holiday lodge"
we booked this lodge for a one week stay. The owner was very helpful as we could only travel Sunday to Sunday rather than the normal Saturday only. Arrived at the site and the lodge was as advertised,very clean spacious and located near to the site shop. We used the lodge as a base camp for travel all over the cornwall area. Weather was brill for the time of year. My wife and our friend have walking difficulties which was explained to the owner. He assured me the lodge would suite families with walking difficulties as you only need to walk up a few steps.again we can only thank the owner for being true to his word.All in all we had a fantastic week and would definitely return to the same lodge.
7 Aug 2012
We were a family of Grandparents, Parents and 2 small children aged 1 and 3 yrs. The Lodge was just as advertised, very clean, comfortable and a perfect home from home for the week. We found the lodge an excellent base for visiting the "7 bays for 7 days" the park is very quiet (which we liked) and the field opposite the lodge was excellent for little people to run off some steam ready for bed at the end of the day. The weather during this week was excellent which always helps, but we will definately stay here again. I would recommend this to couples and families alike. :)
11 Jul 2012
"Fantastic views from Marios Lodge at Atlantic Bays"
We stayed at Marios Lodge from 30th June for one week and whilst the weather was pretty awful, we really enjoyed our stay. The site itself was really quiet (probably because of the weather!!) but suited us fine. The bar (in a rather large conservatory!) seemed to be closed most nights, but this didn't bother us. Quite a few empty plots on the part of the site with lodges (at the moment just concrete bases) , so not a pretty view, but Marios Lodge is situated in what we think is the best location , not overlooked and with great views towards Bodmin, so you don't see the empty plots.
The lodge itself was very comfortable and the central heating proved to be very welcome some nights when it was quite chilly. Overall the lodge was very well equipped (apart from a teapot!!), the double bed was really comfy, plenty of wardrobe space, a good shower in the ensuite and generally quite spacious. For the price we paid, it was excellent (and almost half the price that Atlantic Bays charge if you book one of their lodges).
The location was good - a few miles from Padstow and St. Merryn village - (just a short drive) - had a good choice of restaurants, considering it was quite small, including a pub which does a reasonable carvery. There is also a Spar shop, a deli/bakery, a petrol station, a fish and chip shop and a chinese takeaway.
Would recommend you do the "seven bays for seven days" - some beautiful beaches in this area (some only reached by walking along the headland - but well worth the walk).
All in all, an excellent choice if you decide to book Marios Lodge. Would highly recommend it!!
7 Jun 2012
"Comfortable, clean, and very well looked after."
The lodge is located on a beautiful spot in a quiet part of a holiday park. It had all the necessary facilities (with a laundrette available on site if needed) as well as a large field opposite the lodge which was good to play games/let off steam. Lots of places to visit within a ten minute drive, with several pleasent places to eat. Overall, a very enjoyable stay! Thanks, will visit again for sure.
24 Apr 2012
"Spotless chalet equipped with everything for the family"
This base is well situated to explore this beautiful area which has many great eateries. Three of us stayed in the chalet with two others joining us for dinner in the evening. The accommodation is comfortable, warm and very well equipped - a real home from home.
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