Welcome to Bronwen's Den. This detached, ground floor lodge is situated in the Cornish village of St Teath, and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Bronwen's Den is a detached lodge set on a quiet site, on the outskirts of St Teath, close to Port Isaac in Cornwall. This single-storey cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double with an en-suite, one twin, and a bathroom. The cottage also has an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting room. Outside, there is off road parking for one car and a front raised decked area with furniture. Bronwen's Den is an ideal base for a group who wish for a peaceful getaway with sandy beaches, walks and cycle routes all around.
The village of St Teath is situated three miles inland from the spectacular North Cornwall Coast. The village offers a clock tower, a church, shop, butcher, Post Office and a pub serving local food and ales. Close by is Port Isaac, a fishing village where the popular TV series Doc Martin was set, and there are sandy beach, walks and cycle routes in the area.
Reviews of Bronwen's Den
"My partner and I booked for a few days before Christmas to do some winter beach walks with the dogs and take in a few tourist hotspots while it was quiet. As we wanted more space in the car we asked Paul (the owner) if he could open up early so our shopping could be delivered. On arrival, we found that they had put all of it away as we were held up on the M5! As well as not being able to help enough, Paul and Judith have amazing local knowledge and will share their tips on where to go, and within 7 miles there are lots of places to visit without a long drive. The cabin is absolutely spotless, close to a brilliant local pub and small shop that sells everything You'd forget to take. If you're staying in, take board games and dvds or download lots of movies as the rural internet speed can be a bit hit and miss. A perfect place to stay if you want to be left alone, or just ask the owners who live on site if you need anything. Would highly recommend, and will definitely be staying again!"
Reviewed by denn01 on 28/10/2018
"The owners made us feel extremely welcome and even took our online shopping in which was so helpful and kind! The accommodation was perfect and had everything we needed to be comfortable and our little ones really loved being there too. And St Teath is a gorgeous village in a great and central location in Cornwall, where everyone is so friendly, the local pub being somewhere well worth visiting. Thoroughly enjoyed and more than happy to recommend to anyone."
Reviewed by Mark S on 11/09/2018
"The photos show this "lodge" as being secluded. Its a double wide mobile home in the middle of a very crowded mobile home park with the worse parking situation (one small space and no on street parking). Owners are friendly, however, they live across the street from your "lodge" and watch you from a floor to ceiling glass window and door. They know your every move unless you draw all the curtains. Site offered "WiFi" however its piggybacking off the owners WiFi connection and being its very far away, you get one bar connection and you have to be sitting in the front window facing the owners home. The smoke detector will go off every time you cook because its IN the kitchen. We wanted a secluded place to take time off from work for a week and be able to Netflix and watch movie via Amazon Prime. Without WiFi, forget it. If you want to visit Cornwall in March, be warned tourist places are closed."
Reviewed by cyndilouwho2018 on 04/05/2018
"Overall we were happy with the lodge. It was comfortable enough and as there was only two of us we had enough space. What disappointed me on arrival is that the picture isn't as it really is. It gives the idea that it is quite secluded. In truth you are surrounded by other lodges from all directions giving the feeling of being in a goldfish bowl. If you don't mind that great! As it was the surroundings that initially attracted us to this property my heart sank."
Reviewed by Janice K on 20/05/2017
"A comfortable, warm and cosy lodge. The property was easily accessible including the 3 shallow steps on to the decking. The owners were always on hand for any little query that arose and would always go the extra mile to help out. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Bronwen's Den makes a lovely holiday retreat and we will certainly book again."
Reviewed by Mrs Brisland on 08/05/2016
"A great lodge, would recommend to anyone. Lovely people and they could not do enough for you."
Reviewed by Mrs Simpson on 02/08/2015
"Lovely peaceful holiday home, within a good area for sightseeing and days out. Very clean and comfortable. Very friendly owners. "
Reviewed by Mrs Talbot on 21/07/2015
"The lodge has everything you need for a self-catering holiday and we loved relaxing on the terrace in the sun. The village pub and shop are a short walk away. The owners were so welcoming and helpful and we'll definitely be coming back again!"
Reviewed by on 12/07/2015
"The welcome we received made us feel like family."
Reviewed by Mrs Rose on 03/04/2015
"Felt so at home as soon as we got there! The owners were such lovely people! They were there If you had any questions about anything and made you feel comfortable as soon as you walked in. They made us feel very comfortable bringing our dog too. I did not want to go home and will be back in Bronwen's Den this year! "
Reviewed by Mrs Baker on 22/02/2015