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Enjoy the Luxury of a Lodge in Cornwall This Summer

By AdFeatures  |  Posted: January 16, 2013

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Although static caravans provide a comfortable, spacious and modern holiday solution for families, many choose to upgrade to a luxurious lodge in their favourite holiday parks. So what’s the difference? A lodge might have en-suite bathrooms, more space and be made from rustic timber, plus they tend to have a little more outdoor space and be a little more secluded than their static caravan neighbours – perfect if you prefer more privacy.

Children in particular love lodges as they feel like a ‘little house’ in a woodland fairy tale, yet almost on the doorstep are all the amenities you could need for your family holiday to go smoothly. There are grocery shops as well as entertainment for toddlers, older children, young adults and adults themselves, and even swimming pools, cafes, restaurants and bars. Plus of course, with the facilities available in the lodge itself, such as a fitted kitchen with all the crockery and appliances you need, it’s no surprise that eating in is just as fun as eating out when you stay in a lodge.

Love the Cornish Coast

Cornwall holiday lodges are some of the most popular in the country, thanks to all this beautiful county has to offer. Its extensive coastline and pretty towns and cities mean that there is a great choice of Cornwall holiday lodges and locations, and yet once you have made your choice, it’s easy to reach all the various golden beaches, beachside villages, Cornish countryside and busy surfer towns by car. And while Cornwall may seem a long way by car, its air links with the rest of the country via Newquay Airport, served by many low-cost airlines, means that it’s only a short plane ride away.

The Cornwall area offers lots of unique attractions to visit when on a lodge holiday. One of the most famous and popular is the Eden Project, which can easily take up more than one day of your trip, no matter what time of year. Half term won’t seem like anywhere near enough time once you’ve considered the aquariums, zoos, adventure parks, steam railways and castles that abound within the Cornwall area.

If you’re looking for the ideal base for your Cornwall break, Parkdean currently have three sites in Cornwall where lodges are a holiday option - and whichever Parkdean holiday park you choose for your stay, you will find it an excellent base in which to both relax with the family and explore the many attractions and surprises of the stunning South Coast.

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