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Encompassing Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset, the South West is one of the most popular cottage holiday destinations in the UK. Boasting some of the most unspoilt countryside and coastline in the UK, it is easy to see why booking holiday cottages in the South West is so popular. Read More
The North West England region is home to the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria and Lancashire, each with their own unique qualities that draw in international visitors. The region is steeped in history as well as popular tourist attractions making it a popular destination to visit all year round. Read More
Highlands of Scotland
Borders & The Lothians
Perthshire, Fife & Tayside
Skye & The Hebrides
Grampian & Speyside
The UK is blessed with some of the most beautiful and diverse National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty anywhere in the world. For us, these stretch from Isles of Scilly holiday cottages in the south to the very tip of Scotland. The largest of these is the Lake District but there are well over 50 in total. Read More
Wheal Rock is a delightfully contemporary and ecologically sustainable take on the log cabin, with timber sourced from sustainable woodland here in Cornwall. With a grass roof to regulate the temperature within, the lodge is warm in winter and cool in summer and the log burner with logs provided (all inclusive) makes for warm, cosy evenings after an active day. A large 4-person hot-tub is situated on the main glass-roofed decking area great for relaxation whatever the elements send your way. Wheal Rock has three bedrooms which comfortably sleep up to six people. Fully equipped to Visit England’s Five Star Standard, Rosehill Lodges have also achieved the Gold Award placing us at the very top for quality and service. So, if you are looking for impeccable standards in self-catering and a great location for a memorable holiday we have just what you are looking for.
Porthtowan is an ideal location if you are looking for a surfing holiday or even just thinking of exploring the wonders of Cornwall - of which there are many. Newquay, St Ives, the Eden Project, Lands’ End and the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth are all just 30mins drive away. Truro is a mere 15 minute drive away and there is plenty to do in the local area without even having to drive anywhere. The coastal footpath is a 5 minute walk away, the 'coast 2 coast' bike trail a 10 minute ride away, with bike hire and horse-riding also available locally.
Wheal Rock occupies a corner position at the top of the site. It has a secluded little garden area with a picnic table and bbq. Wheal Rock's garden area has a babbling brook (only about 4 inches deep) running adjacent which is really pleasant when you are relaxing in the garden area or cooking on the BBQ, To the left of Wheal Rock is Wheal Clarence, screened off with planting.
The entrance to Rock is via a gentle slope upwards onto the main decking area. It also has access via three wide steps to the side decking area. Entering via the small decking area, a wooden door leads into a short corridor. A right turn at the end of the corridor takes you into the open plan living area, comprising of a well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area with a large oak table and chairs and lounge, featuring comfy leather sofas, a large screen smart TV, log burner with a supply of kindling and logs.
Double-glazed doors lead onto the large glass-roofed, main decking area where a large 4-person hot-tub awaits, complete with table for alfresco dining. A gently sloping path leads down to the gravelled parking area on the right and small private garden/picnic/bbq area to the left. The third bedroom is directly opposite the small decking entrance and turning left at the end of the short corridor leads towards the main bathroom and two more bedrooms. The main bathroom has double sinks with mirrors situated above each one, a toilet and a bath with an electric power shower above it.
At the end of the long corridor are the master bedroom - leading to en-suite shower room and the second bedroom. Each of the bedrooms has two zip and link beds that can be configured as a super king size bed or two singles. The master bedroom has a small TV with remote control, luggage rack, a large wardrobe and three sets of drawers
Window Views Description
Wheal Rock has an elevated position on the site so it allows occupants standing on their decking to look down the valley at all the grass roofs on site. The view from back bedroom windows looks into the wooded area that backs the site. The kitchen window looks out towards Wheal Clarence and the shared parking area outside the lodge. The lounge window looks out onto the small private garden area with Picnic table and BBQ.
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State-of-the-art exhibitions, climb-on sculptures, gardens of real diversity, a giant adventure playscape for kids, art and craft studios and a unique café in the old carpenter’s workshop.Visit Website
Flambards is Cornwall’s best family day visit attraction with rides for everyone, family fun, indoor attractions and entertainment. Visit the award-winning and unique indoor attractions including The Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz life-size re-creations and enjoy some top rides including the newest ride ‘Sky-Force’.Visit Website
assive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to the striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events.Visit Website
St Nectan's Glen
St Nectan’s Glen is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walk to the Waterfall & Hermitage through an ancient woodland with ivy clad trees and along the banks of the River Trevillet as it sparkles and gurgles busily on it’s journey to the sea.Visit Website
The Great Flat Lode
A short, circular off road walk or cycle that circles the historic hilltop site of Carn Brea. The route is one of Cornwall's Mineral Tramway Trails which take you on a tour of the disused mines of the county. You will pass South Wheal Frances and South Crofty mines as you head through some beautiful Cornish countryside.Visit Website
Eating and Drinking
Blue is Cornwall’s original beach bar & kitchen, with stunning views, an enviable location with freshly prepared great food & Barista coffees.Visit Website
Porthtowan Beach Cafe
A tempting and well priced menu in a fun, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The Panini's are full to bursting and the burgers are awesome! There is home-made soup for the cold days and there is always a Gluten Free and vegan option available. You can take-away or sit in with everything on the menu.Visit Website
The Victory Inn
Built in 1605, the Victory Inn stands near the cliff top and the coast path between St Agnes and Porthtowan. Victory has an enviable reputation for both food and drink. A classic Cornish pub, the menu has something for everyone and always includes fresh fish and shellfish.Visit Website
Etheringtons Farm Shop
Located in the heart of Cornwall, Etherington’s Farm Shop is home to a range of everyday store cupboard ingredients, specialist products and award-winning meats – all under one roof in our eco-friendly building.Visit Website
Located in Truro roughly 18 miles from Porthtowan. They deliver to Rosehill LodgesVisit Website
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