Self Catering Holiday Lodges on The Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall
Trewince Holiday Lodges, situated near Portscatho on The Roseland in Cornwall, offers a range of well-appointed wooden lodges for both Self-catering and Timeshare guests.
Trewince is a 26 acre estate nestled in the southern tip of the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. It contains a Georgian Manor House, (currently undergoing renovations) with sea views to one side and our woods and private quay to the other. The resort is surrounded by idyllic countryside and enjoys a prime position overlooking the English Channel. Being tucked away in the southerly tip of the Roseland affords us the all important peace and quiet that really makes the difference when you’re on holiday. We pride ourselves on the fact that we are a rural, tranquil site in a picturesque location, far away from the crowds. If to get away from it all is what you crave then this is the place for you.
For 2 people sharing (kids go for free)
Lodge L10 – Pendower is located at the far end of Trewince in the Orchard. Wonderful views across fields and down to Towan Beach. Bedrooms: 1 x Double and 2 x Twin. Parking is right outside on the tarmac and access to the lodge is a couple of steps up to door. Grassed areas to the side and to the back of lodge.
Lodge L14 – Redwing is the smallest lodge on site and is located at the bottom of the South Terrace. This lodge sleeps up to 4 people. Bedrooms: 1 x Double and 1 x Twin. Uninterrupted views across fields down towards Towan beach. Parking right outside lodge with a couple of steps up to door and balcony.
Lodge E22 – Puffin is located on the South Terrace. It has views across fields and down towards Towan Beach, particularly from the upstairs balcony. Bedrooms: 1 x Double and 2 x Twin. Separate parking for 2 vehicles is opposite the lodge with a pathway down to the front door. The pathway however is slightly steep so not recommended for anyone with mobility issues.
Looking due south to Killigeran Head and spectacular views over Gerrans Bay the ground floor deck gets sunshine from early in the morning until late afternoon. The upstairs balcony has even more extensive views over St. Anthony’s Head with shipping at anchor in Falmouth Bay being visible.