Self Catering Holiday Lodges
on The Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall
Trewince Holiday Lodges will be closed from:
Monday 19th November – Monday 10th December (subject to change)
Please note that this also includes
the Leisure Facilities
Thank you for your understanding
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.
‘Just how you imagined Cornwall to be’
At Trewince Holiday Lodges we strive to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Each lodge has a fully fitted kitchen and generously appointed living/dining space. Many have sea views.
As a guest at Trewince Holiday Lodges you have complimentary access to our Leisure Club facilities which include our 13 metre heated indoor swimming pool, children’s splash pool, spa pool and sauna. You can relax afterwards in The Coach House Bar/Cafe where we serve pastries, pasties, cream teas and Roskillys cornish ice-cream. Accompanied by a range of hot & cold drinks, including ‘Cornish Gold’ coffee from our espresso machine, along with many alcoholic beverages which include local ales and ciders. All located within the Reception area. (LIMITED MENU AVAILABLE DURING WINTER SEASON)
”A handsome house to lodge a friend,
A River at my garden’s end,
A terrace walk, and half a rood,
Of land set out to plant a wood”
“Imitations of Horace” Jonathan Swift 1667 – 1745
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