|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
Tymadd Lodge is a premier lodge located in the Tamar Valley. It boasts a luxury, personal hot tub with uninterrupted views across the hills on the bottom terrace and extended first floor balcony overlooking a tranquil landscape. It is a two-story, three-bedroom, timber and stone, 'premier' alpine-style lodge. It has been recently refurbished with new carpets throughout, equipped to a high standard with everything you need for a relaxed, self-catering family holiday. The lodge is reverse living with the bedrooms on the ground floor and the fully fitted modern kitchen, dining area and comfortable lounge on the first floor, all with modern furniture and neutral decor. From the lounge/diner you can step out onto the recently extended timbered balcony, breathe the fresh Cornish air, enjoy the views and relax in tranquil surroundings. The lounge has a digital TV, a DVD player and a blue-tooth speaker.The lodge is idyllically set in a valley amidst acres of woodland and streams. **** SPECIAL OFFER 3 bottle of French wine and box of Belgian chocolates for first booking over the festive season +++++++++++++++
We have lived in Brittany, France since 2000, but have always had strong links with the West Country, where we lived before we left the UK This is our own holiday home and used by us in out of season months to visit family, and is therefore well cared for, well maintained and well equipped.
Unfortunately, we can't stay here all the time as our work and business is now based in France, so we offer it to holidaymakers who want a conveniently located base to explore this beautiful and fantastic part of the country.
We want you to enjoy the lodge as much as we do and hope that you fall in love with Cornwall too.
David and Gabrielle Maddison
David and Gabrielle Maddison purchased this house in 2013
Tymadd lodge is situated on the edge of the park, and it not overlooked and has uninterrupted views of trees and the countryside.
We had a lovely weekend in Lodge 52. Clean and bright and beautifully furnished, complete with hot tub we walked the Moors by day and relaxed in the hot tub in the evening under the stars. We were very pleasantly surprised by the quality and presentation of the lodge and the rustic views from the windows. The lodge had a very well equipped kitchen and smart, modern family and en-suite bathrooms. One night we stayed it was quite chilly, and we were very glad of the central heating which made the whole lodge comfortable in minutes. The lodge was more private than many and the site as a whole has a charm not often found on holiday sites such as this. The staff were friendly and helpful, the pool balmy and warm, a joy to swim in. All in all, we had a very successful stay and will return-there is so much more to see and do in the area, including some prime National Trust sites and of course, the Eden Project. We would highly recommend this lodge.
As a family with children aged 8 and 4 (and another on the way)I can not recommend this property any more highly. Set in a very quiet part of the park and looking over fields. It is beautifully clean and very well equipped with anything you may need. We loved sitting on the balcony in the mornings and evenings and it was lovely to return to after a busy day and relax in the hot tub before collapsing in front of the TV on the big comfy leather sofas. Two bathrooms also made mornings a lot easier! The park itself is lovely and clean. Two very warm pools (with lifeguards) are perfect for families. The bar serves a large range of food at very reasonable prices and the staff are very friendly. There are pubs nearby which serve food and the locals are extremely friendly and welcoming. There are many places to go to nearby with children. The donkey park is within walking distance and a lovely place to groom donkeys and meet many other animals. It also has a big play barn and outdoor play area. By car visit morwellham quay (20 mins by car) to travel down a mine and dress up as a Victorian, visit many beautiful beaches perfect for picnics and sand castles and try some of the old steam railways. Porfell wildlife park is a lovely place where all the animals have been rescued. The children loved stroking owls, feeding deers and watching the lemurs which are free to roam. We had an amazing holiday and will definitely be returning.
We had a fantastic 2 week holiday in this lovely holiday rental. It was really comfortable , modern and with everything we needed. The hot tub was a particular favourite to relax in each evening. Private , not overlooked , and a lovely view across the fields.
Ideal location for enjoying cornwall, with everything an hours drive away. Local pubs are fantastic , with good quality food and superb local ales. Cannot speak for the Restaurant on site as we didn't use it , but the bar was very friendly. Cycling at Padstow and Llanhydrock were great fun days .
Tymadd Lodge is the perfect place to stay if you want a relaxing, near-countryside break away from the city. It's a warming and welcoming home with a view of fields and a small lake from the wooden balcony. The Lodge offers a heated hot tub, which made our stay even better! As a group of 6 girls, we had the life of sunbathing on the decking during the day with drinks and music, and chilling with TV in the evening. The central heating came on at the perfect timings, giving us a breath of fresh air if/when we needed and a warming feeling in the evening. Everything was modern, neat and tidy and the 2 shower rooms were perfect with a group of girls all needing to get ready at the same time. It's homely, quite roomy and made us feel very relaxed throughout the stay. We did not end up leaving the lodge all weekend. The signal/wifi was a little poor... but that was great for keeping us off our phones (as teenagers do!). We didn't venture to the outside pool or entertainment in the evening or day time so we cannot comment on that, but we do thank you for our lovely stay and we hope to come back again one day. Thank you!
Nearest beach is 30 mins away -Whitsand Bay on South Cornwall Coast. Other beaches of South Devon and Cornwall are within easy reach by car.
30 minutes from Plymouth Ferryport. Use of car is advisable, although there is a local bus service, which stops just out side the site connecting the local villages with Callington and Tavistock
Nearest airport - Newquay 62 km,
Nearest railway - Gunnislake 3 km
2 miles from Gunnislake, 5 miles from Callington.
Tavistock, Liskeard, Plymouth, Launceston, Eden Project, Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor within easy reach.
Price includes the use of leisure facilities: outdoor pool in summer and indoor heated pool (except Christmas day), sauna, fitness suite play park and tennis. Laundry: take away and return facility available £8.50 per load. Two loads of washing are included in the price of a two week booking.
There are shops and supermarkets in Callington about 5 miles away and a small local shop in Gunnislake attached to the garage about 1 mile away.
Set in the heart of glorious countryside yet just a few miles from the coast and the vibrant city of Plymouth. Bodmin moor and Dartmoor and ideally placed to explore the north and south Devon and Cornwall coastline and beaches.
Nearby is the National Trust owned Cotehele House and Quay, a well preserved Tudor manor house on the banks of the River Tamar. Cotehele has a series of formal gardens near the house, a richly planted valley garden, a Victorian summerhouse and an 18th century tower with fine views.
The neighbouring villages of Calstock and Gunnislake have train and river cruises down the Tamar Valley to Plymouth. Enjoy a day exploring the National Maritime Aquarium, the waterside bars and restaurants as well as the other historical attractions of this famous nautical city.
The nearest beach in Cornwall is Whitsand Bay on the south coast (approx 30 mins. drive)
The lodge is just 4.5 miles from Tavistock, the Devon border and Dartmoor, 2 miles from Gunnislake, 3 miles from Callington and Liskeard is approx 6 miles away. The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are about 45mins drive away. Plymouth takes about 40 mins to drive to and Looe is about 11 miles away. Bodmin and Launceston are approx. 25 minute drive.
The property location is ideally suited for walkers, there are many coastal, river and country walks close by.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Oct 29 2016 - Dec 22 2016
7 night minimum stay
Dec 23 2016 - Dec 29 2016
5 night minimum stay
Dec 30 2016 - Jan 4 2017
5 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$127|
Changeover day: Saturday for July august and September and school holidays
Arrival 4.00 pm. Departure 10.00 am.
Booking:25% Deposit required at point of booking.
Remaining balance due 10 weeks before commencement of rental.
A £100 refundable security deposit is also taken and returned after your stay.
Saturday: Arrival 4.00pm. Departure 10.00am.
Notes on prices:
Short breaks of a minimum of 4 days will be considered please contact the owner. Also look out for special offers on some weeks...