Welcome to Bay Tree Lodge. This wooden holiday lodge is situated on a private, well-maintained site on the outskirts of St Teath and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
The picturesque village of St Teath is situated three miles inland from the stunning North Cornwall Coast. The village is dominated by an impressive clock tower which is surrounded by pretty cottages that have been built from the local Delabole slate. The beautiful beaches of Polzeath and Trebarwith Strand are only a few miles from St Teath and a short drive will bring you to Port Isaac, the quaint fishing village which was the setting for ‘Doc Martin'. A stunning Cornish holiday destination which combines beach life with plenty of outdoor activities.
Cornwall's visitors are constantly tempted back to the beautiful coastline, tiny fishing villages, hidden coves and the world-class surfing. Whatever the reason, Cornwall has long cemented its place as one of Britain's premier holiday destinations.
Reviews of Bay Tree Lodge
"Bay Tree Lodge is situated in the quiet and secluded village of St Teath. The village has its own convenience store with a post office, a butchers shop, pub, church and is plenty of towns and villages to visit such as Bude, the fishing village of Port Isaac and many other tourist destinations. The lodge is cosy and comfortable and there are even DVD's, selection of CD's, games and books provided for your use. For the dogs there's even a doggy box filled with treats balls, blanket, food/water bowls and poo bags if you forget yours. It was very well equipped- even little touches such as washing up liquid, tea and hand towels and also bottles of soap. It was a real home- from -home All of us had a great time. Thanks Lynne and Steve for a lovely stay."
Reviewed by emmalouiseh01 on 30/10/2017
"Great location which was close to everything and situated in a nice, quiet area. Everything we needed was catered for."
Reviewed by Mr Martin on 31/07/2016
"Loved the Lodge, the size and the location which was perfectly peaceful. A stream runs behind the Lodge so when you sleep/awaken you can hear it. The location was great for day trips, even to Truro which is more southerly. We will definitely be staying in this lodge again, it was a perfect quiet weekend getaway with the dog."
Reviewed by Ms Shotton-Gale on 26/01/2016
"A lovely lodge which had everything we needed & more. On a nice peaceful site with a dog friendly pub near by."
Reviewed by Mrs Tancock on 15/03/2015
"Delightful setting and beautiful village. It was clean, quiet and the site was very relaxing. Lodge was welcoming, cosy & especially great for accepting dogs! The owners were extremely helpful. The local village pub was very welcoming to holiday makers & their dogs - brilliant food & very friendly."
Reviewed by Dr Bowling on 01/03/2015
"The Lodge was well equipped, comfortable and in January, warm and easy to move into."
Reviewed by Mr Shipton on 04/02/2015
"The people were so lovely and friendly and it was calm and quiet. Lovely. We would go back again."
Reviewed by Ms Overett on 30/06/2014