Tudor Lodges are seven award-winning wheelchair-accessible lodges set in two acres of Cornish countryside just three miles from the sea. The lodges have been architect designed to provide quality self-catering accommodation with a wide range of accessibility features, and have been awarded M3 Assisted and M3 Independent status by the National Accessible Scheme. Each lodge sleeps 2 to 6 people in three double and twin rooms, available all year round. They have spacious open-plan living spaces, lowered kitchen facilities, electric rise-recliner chairs, profiling beds, a bathroom with level entry Neaco shower enclosure with Mira Thermostatic shower, plus a separate WC. A wide range of mobility equipment is available to guests at no additional charge.
Making your stay a fantastic one!
We take great care to ensure the premises are COVID secure and safe for vulnerable guests. Cleaning and social distancing protocols are followed meticulously, information is sent in advance and greetings take place outdoors. Lodges are well spaced so no two groups have to mingle.
There is lots for people to do around the area. We are ideally placed for touring the coast, the many National Trust and English Heritage properties and Cornish gardens such as beautiful Trebah, Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project.