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Surrounded by the natural beauty and unhurried pace of the North Cornwall coast, the lodges of St. Minver are ideally situated just a short drive from fabulous Daymer Bay and close to the nearby towns of Rock, Padstow and Port Isaac.

Few counties can boast such a diverse landscape and a variety of things to do; from riding the surf at Newquay or losing yourself in the history of King Arthur’s Tintagel, to deliberating over the plethora of mouth-watering restaurants on offer.

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Tintagel

Rumoured to be the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur, these romantic ruins are situated upon a majestic cliff top overlooking the sea. A must for all mythologists.

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Bodmin Moor

Visit one of the last great unspoilt areas of the South West and take in the views of its dramatic landscape. Take a picnic or enjoy a walk and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. But beware; this area is rife with mysterious stories and legends.

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Camel Estuary

A stunning stretch of water overlooked by the golden sands of Rock beach.

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South West Coastal Path

Meandering paths and crooked cliffs lead you through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With so much to see and do within touching distance of Trehawks, it's no wonder demand for our luxury holiday lodges is so high.

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Rock

This chic village is one of the most coveted resorts in the South West. Select from a stunning beach and a delightful mix of food and craft shops. Rock is also home to a twice Michelin starred restaurant, The Black Pig.

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Padstow

An artist's dream destination; a picture perfect harbour village where you can meander through the streets and soak up the palette of pastels.

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Port Isaac

An inspiration to artists, Port Isaac is an unspoilt fishing village on the North Cornish coast. Explore its narrow streets and pretty cottages or walk along the beautiful harbour.