Rosehill Lodges | Luxury Holiday Cottages Cornwall
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Rosehill offers
Five Star, Gold
Award, luxury
self catering
holiday lodges
in a superb
coastal village


As a Green Tourism Business Scheme (GTBS) member Rosehill Lodges is pleased to support other members of the scheme.

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The following is a list of Green business's who are just a short distance away from us.

For a full current list of members in the South West who support the scheme please go to the GTBS web site.

Blue Bar in Porthtowan. Gold Award. On the beach, amazing views, spectacular sunsets, great food. 01 209 890329.

South West Lakes Trust in Stithians. Outdoor and activety center. Sailing, fly fishing, lake activities.  01 209 860301. 

Gylly Beach Cafe in Falmouth. Cafe bar right on the beach.  01 326 312884

Mobius Kite School and Bike trails at Perranporth. Kite surfing, wind activities, bike trails. 08456 430630

Newquay Zoo at Newquay. 01 637 873342

Blas Burgerworks Cafe in St Ives.  Gourmet burgers.

Fifteen Restaurant at Watergate Bay near Newquay. Jamie Olivers restaurant  on the beach. 01 637 861000

The Golden Lion Inn at Stithians Lake. Award winning family restaurant and pub.  01 209 860332

St Michaels Mount at Marazion. Great place to visit, watch the tides.  01 736 710507

Trebah Gardens near Falmouth  01 326 252200

Green Leisure at Truro.  Outdoor activities.  07773 255426

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Stormwatching and deserted beaches

Wow! Huge waves, seaspray in your face and deserted beaches. Great walks along the Coast Path and fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean just a short walk from your lodge. Book now for Christmas and New Year.

Rave Reviews

Guest Reviews

"The bed is so comfortable that we slept 9 hours". Julie W. Manchester

"Log burner and hot tub a definite plus for us. All in all a lovely lodge, very well equipped and presented". Mr Wilkinson, Cambridgeshire.

"5 star plus... Peace and tranquility... It would be difficult to suggest improving what I consider perfection". Ron and Rita Crabtree, Liverpool.

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