A Christmas booking in Cornwall at Rosehill is really special. With many small village gatherings, and festive events and traditions unique to certain places you’ll be fully entertained here in the county of Cornwall. Our lodges are very cosy and are perfect for a Christmas Break, with superb insulation, traditional log burners and your own personal hot tub you can be sure of a Christmas to remember.
Christmas and New Year Breaks in Cornwall
We are offering 7 night Christmas breaks starting on the 22nd or 23rd December and 7 night New Year breaks starting on either the 29th or 30th December. If these dates are not suitable, want to stay less or more, please call 01 209 891920 – we are very flexible.
Every lodge is tastefully decorated and there is a modest Christmas tree with lights at the entrance to Rosehill to give you a warm welcome and a festive feel.
Experience the dramatic Atlantic coastline, deserted beaches, storm-watching with the seaspray on your face.
Love being outside? Then treat yourself on those brisk, cold days to a soak in your own personal hot tub under glass covered decking while you sip your mulled wine.
If you have consumed too much Christmas fare then a refreshing walk across the beach or cliffs will leave you feeling energised.
There are many events happening in December, here are a couple for you to look at.
Christmas Shopping in Truro.
Take advantage of the Park and Ride service and explore Truro with no parking problems. Great service.
Mousehole is one of Cornwall’s prettiest harbours and at Christmas it takes upon a charm of it’s own. The whole of the village is decorated with lights, in the harbour, and old fashioned lanterns light the way for visitors.
It truly is worth a visit. Many of the little cottages join in with window decorations and there is a strong feeling of the festive season. Enjoy a fish and chip supper as you take in the atmosphere and browse the little shops which are all open for business.
It is worth using the Park and Ride from Penzance Harbour car park as the roads are small, parking is limited and the less cars the better for those on foot.