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


The lodges are located at the heart of Cornwall’s historic tin mining country and situated in the small coastal village of Porthtowan.

The village offers a sandy beach along with a selection of pubs and restaurants all just five minutes level walk (by Cornish standards) from your lodge.

Porthtowan’s beach is great fun for all the family. Fantastic surf for the more adventurous and plenty of rock pools and sand for the little ones. Patrolled by life guards at peak periods the beach also benefits from the “Blue Flag” award for exceptional quality.

Porthtowan derives its Cornish name from its most obvious feature - its sandy beaches and dunes (towans). It owes its present day character to its popularity as a local seaside resort in Victorian and Edwardian times when the local populous from Redruth and the surrounding areas flocked here, particularly on Bank Holidays.

Today's conveniently placed shops and tourist amenities have their roots in this period when a handful of bathing machines served the adventurous swimmers of the day, most people then being content merely to take tea after a walk on the cliffs. The cliff walks are still splendid, but there is now much more to Porthtown than just tea rooms!

Porthtowan Folklore

One local folk tale tells of a voice from the sea; "The hour is come but not the man." A ghostly figure spotted at the top of a nearby hill, in response to the call, rushed down and vanished beneath the waves.

Overlooking Porthtowan are the remains of Wheal Towan, one of Cornwall's most celebrated 18th century copper mines and scene of a fortune amassed by Ralph Allen Daniell of Trelissick, "guinea a minute" Daniell - his reputed income night and day.

Your lodge at Rosehill has an out door lock-up that will accommodate approx three surfboards up to 7' 4" long. Longboards can be placed under most lodges.

Porthtowan Beach Sign

The new beach sign at Porthtowan in the main car park is situated next to a disabled parking space and also features a welcome message in Braille. It displays water quality testing information and lots of other information about the beach and facilities.

 Porthtowan beach sign with braille.

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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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