This luxury secluded lodge is set within the tranquil Stonerush Lakes park, 2 miles from Lanreath in Cornwall.
3 Stonerush Valley is perfect for a special romantic break.
Set over one floor, this property boasts open-plan living at its best; demonstrated in its bright and airy living area with leather sofas and solid wooden furniture.
Large French doors invite you to step out onto the spacious decked terrace, perfect for enjoying countryside and countryside views whilst enjoying an alfresco breakfast or while relaxing in the sunken hot tub.
The bedroom features a king-size four poster bed, flat-screen TV, dressing table and en-suite with use of complimentary robes.
This lodge is equipped with everything you could possibly need – should you want to cook a delicious meal in the sleek modern kitchen or simply relax with a book.
This lodge is nestled within the Stonerush Lakes valley which has plenty of unspoiled nature, lakes and the well recommended Old Mill Restaurant.
Should you wish to venture further however, this lodge is within reach of the beautiful South Cornwall coast and historic town Fowey or you could even take a trip north to inland Cornwall to visit the fine towns of Lostwithiel, Liskeard and Bodmin. This lodge is the perfect place to relax and unwind at anytime of the year.
All ground floor. One bedroom: 1 x four-poster king-size double with en-suite shower cubicle. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Pelynt 2 miles; Looe 5 miles; Polperro 6 miles.
Lanreath is a village in southeast Cornwall, five miles west of Looe. Lanreath is rural in character with a local shop and Post Office as well as a parish church. There are a number of ghost stories associated with Lanreath. The best-known features a ghost in black driving a coach pulled by a headless horse. Nearby Pelynt is home to a parish church, a number of local shops and pubs, especially the Jubilee Inn, which was an original farmhouse dating back to the 16th Century. Looe is Cornwall’s second largest fishing port and hence there is always a lively maritime bustle around the quay area of East Looe, which is connected to the quieter West Looe by a seven arched 19th century bridge over the River Looe. The sandy Looe beach adjoins the pier and is very popular with families because of its safe shallow swimming and vast expanse of sand. Polperro is a little further away and is a historic fishing village nestling at the head of a long valley leading down to the sea. With plenty of areas to visit, Lanreath is a quiet, pleasant place offering easy access to the coast, the moors, National Trust properties and Cornwall's famous gardens.