Listing Ref: 210
Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat
Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat is an exceptional, tree studded holiday park set just above picturesque harbour of Mullion Cove in the spectacular heart of the Lizard Peninsular.
The park itself offers plenty of fantastic facilities and entertainment for the whole family, including:
(Please note: †Available locally. All facilities available for all dates. *Charges apply.)
This truly is a beautiful part of the country, and the lodges provide an ideal base for discovering the splendour of this incredible region.
Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat accommodation
Guests can choose from a selection of fabulous one, two, three and four bedroom properties.
All benefit from fabulous features, including 40″ flat screen TVs, with Freeview and DVD players, iPod docking stations and even games consoles.
A particular highlight, every lodge boasts a large patio complete with furniture. Some deluxe lodges even have their very own hot tubs. Lovely and secluded, what better way to relax and unwind as you bask in the tranquil surroundings and plan the next day’s activities?
A well-equipped kitchen includes a microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, as well as use of bathrobes and slippers (in Premier lodges only) and complimentary toiletries. In addition, a hairdryer, iron and ironing board are available free of charge, and cots and highchairs for £15pw.
Pets are also welcome, charged at £70 per week or £50 per short break each (max 2) (in specific Constantine lodges only).
Complimentary welcome pack on arrival.
All non smoking accommodation.
Pamper pack for couples –
Local sparkling wine, flowers and hand made chocolates £95 per pack.
(Order at time of booking and pay for prior to arrival).
Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat surrounding area
Rugged coastlines, fantastic surfing, as well as spectacular beaches and fascinating history, all combine to make Cornwall an unmissable destination. These lodges are ideally placed to discover the best of this stunning region. Mullion’s picturesque harbour is ideal for wandering around of an afternoon, watching the fishermen and boats at work. While nearby Kynance Cove is simply spectacular, with dramatic cliffs, stunning swathes of sand and pristine turquoise waters. The postcards cannot do it justice: sunsets here will take your breath away.
Of course, no visit to Cornwall would be complete without a walk atop the cliffs. The Coast to Coast Trail is an 11-mile footpath and cycle trail that links the historic mining harbours of Portreath in the North and Devoran in the South. Mostly off-road, the trail should take about five hours to walk. Elsewhere, the National Trail around the Dodman is particularly good for spotting local wildlife and discovering more about the history of the area. Only around 3 miles long, it is suitable for all abilities and makes a lovely, leisurely day’s activity.
To learn more about the region’s varied heritage, Pendennis Castle provides 450 years of history, from Tudor Times to World War II. The whole county has an amazing maritime heritage, and the National Maritime museum is a real must-visit. Local social history, tools and weapons are all enhanced by hands on interactives and audio-visual experiences, as well as talks and exhibitions.
The park’s great location also means that golf, riding and diving are available close-by. Whilst bohemian St Ives, the Eden Project, family attractions and famous gardens wait just over an hour’s drive away. Stylish, well-appointed and exceptionally comfortable, Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat is a perfect destination for an exciting, active family.