Tucked away between Boscastle and Tintagel in North Cornwall, Bossiney Bay is perfect for a get-away-from-it-all break or a relaxed week or two with the family. A short stroll to the cliff path takes you down to the most amazing beach where golden sands and a sense of peaceful seclusion are the perfect backdrop for a relaxing walk or a day's sunbathing. With spectacular views of the Cornish countryside lodge 14 on this small holiday park is a charming holiday home.
Lodge 14 has one master double and one twin. The bathroom has a shower. The living area is open plan including a well equipped kitchen/dining area. Patio doors lead to decking, perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. Adjacent parking. Pet friendly. Wi-Fi. Beds linen, duvets and towels. Beds made up for your arrival. Double glaze and centrally heated. Electricity included. Kitchen includes microwave and fridge/freezer. Non smoking accommodation.
Guests have exclusive use of the whole lodge and use of communal areas within the small, private park. There is an allocated parking space next to the lodge.
The small scenic park sits minutes from a beautiful sandy bay, Bossiney Cove beach, which is a real gem and dog friendly all year - only accessible by foot . Enviably located in a picturesque valley just 5 minutes by car (15 minutes walking) from historic Tintagel, the fabled birthplace of King Arthur, it offers visitors a superb base from which to explore the magnificent North Cornwall coastline. Trebarwith Strand is another magnificent beach just 10 minutes away. In the other direction and just a ten minute drive is Boscastle, famously flooded a few years ago. The land surrounding the park is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are a host of National Trust properties and hidden villages to visit during your stay.
Other things to note
The lodge is pet friendly for well behaved dogs up to a maximum of two smaller dogs or one larger one, please ask if you are not sure. Please keep dogs off furniture and beds during your stay. Dogs MUST be kept on a lead at all times in the communal grounds