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Killigarth Manor Holiday Park, Cornwall

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Property Ref:6448b
Type:Lodge

Set in a peaceful location are our two neighbouring lodges with double glazing and central heating for hire on Killigarth Manor Holiday Park.


Property Ref: 6448b

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask

We have two neighbouring, luxury ‘Gold’ holiday lodges for hire on Killigarth Manor Holiday Park (303 & 304), set in a peaceful location with sea views. Both lodges are centrally heated and double glazed with Sky and Wi-Fi.

Pictured here is Lodge 303, which is next to lodge 304 (See Ref: 6448). Repeat and both lodge early booking prices can be reduced.

The lodges offer great value options for large families and groups and are located on the adjacent terrace area near to John Fowler Holiday Park, Killigarth Manor.

Both are self-catering and fully stocked with all living requirements. They also offer sea views over Talland Valley and Bay from the large, south east facing decking areas.

Each lodge has three bedrooms (6 + 6 beds), comprising one double with en-suite access and two twin rooms, with corridor access to two bathrooms.

Allocated and ample parking is available and accessible throughout the year.

The lodges are fully fitted out to the same standard and set up, as described in Property Ref: 6448 on this website.

Bookings & Conditions

Booking for each lodge individually, is required particularly in school holiday periods, for Saturday to Saturday (7 nights).

Joint bookings for large families and groups should be made as early as possible to ensure matching dates for each lodge.

Park leisure facilities and entertainment is all available free within the price from March to October.

Use of the centrally heated and double glazed lodges is available in autumn and winter too.

  On Site Locally

Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals

From To Nights Price Availability Notes
Sat 06 Oct 2018 Sat 13 Oct 2018 7 £350.00 Booked Booked
Sat 13 Oct 2018 Sat 20 Oct 2018 7 £350.00 Booked Booked
Sat 20 Oct 2018 Sat 27 Oct 2018 7 £450.00 Booked Booked
Sat 27 Oct 2018 Sat 03 Nov 2018 7 £500.00 Booked Booked
Sat 03 Nov 2018 Sat 22 Dec 2018 7 £350.00 Available
Sat 22 Dec 2018 Sat 29 Dec 2018 7 £500.00 Booked Booked
Sat 29 Dec 2018 Wed 02 Jan 2019 7 £280.00 Booked Booked
Sat 05 Jan 2019 Sat 02 Feb 2019 £ Booked Shut Down
Sat 02 Feb 2019 Sat 02 Mar 2019 28 £700.00 Booked Booked
Sat 02 Mar 2019 Sat 30 Mar 2019 7 £350.00 Available
Sat 30 Mar 2019 Sat 13 Apr 2019 7 £400.00 Available
Sat 13 Apr 2019 Sat 20 Apr 2019 7 £450.00 Available
Sat 20 Apr 2019 Sat 27 Apr 2019 7 £550.00 Booked Booked
Sat 27 Apr 2019 Sat 04 May 2019 7 £450.00 Available
Sat 04 May 2019 Sat 25 May 2019 7 £400.00 Available
Sat 25 May 2019 Sat 01 Jun 2019 7 £650.00 Booked Booked
Sat 01 Jun 2019 Sat 08 Jun 2019 7 £550.00 Booked Booked
Sat 08 Jun 2019 Sat 15 Jun 2019 7 £550.00 Booked Booked
Sat 15 Jun 2019 Sat 22 Jun 2019 7 £550.00 Booked Booked
Sat 22 Jun 2019 Sat 29 Jun 2019 7 £550.00 Available
Sat 29 Jun 2019 Sat 06 Jul 2019 7 £550.00 Booked Booked
Sat 06 Jul 2019 Sat 13 Jul 2019 7 £650.00 Available
Sat 13 Jul 2019 Sat 20 Jul 2019 7 £700.00 Available
Sat 20 Jul 2019 Sat 27 Jul 2019 7 £800.00 Available
Sat 27 Jul 2019 Sat 03 Aug 2019 7 £950.00 Booked Booked
Sat 03 Aug 2019 Sat 24 Aug 2019 7 £1050.00 Available
Sat 24 Aug 2019 Sat 31 Aug 2019 7 £950.00 Available
Sat 31 Aug 2019 Sat 07 Sep 2019 7 £650.00 Available
Sat 07 Sep 2019 Sat 14 Sep 2019 7 £450.00 Booked Booked
Sat 14 Sep 2019 Sat 21 Sep 2019 7 £400.00 Booked Booked
Sat 21 Sep 2019 Sat 19 Oct 2019 7 £350.00 Available
Sat 19 Oct 2019 Sat 26 Oct 2019 7 £450.00 Available
Sat 26 Oct 2019 Sat 02 Nov 2019 7 £500.00 Available
Sat 02 Nov 2019 Sat 21 Dec 2019 7 £350.00 Available
Sat 21 Dec 2019 Sat 28 Dec 2019 7 £500.00 Available
 


About the Area

Polperro is one of the most popular places in Cornwall and the village of Polperro itself is undoubtedly one of the prettiest. Set in a steep valley on either side of the River Pol, the colour washed cottages and twisty streets offer surprises and an air of mystery at every turn, from the famous house on props, the old watch house, the Saxon and Roman bridges and the fish quay to the 16th century house where Dr Jonathan Couch lived. Crouch was a naturalist and the grandfather of the celebrated writer Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch.

The whole area is steeped in history and with its protected inner harbour full of colourful boats, Polperro is still a working fishing village. Take the time to visit the Museum of Smuggling and be amazed at some of the things they used to get up to all those years ago. Don't forget the Model Village and all the great places to eat. Arrive in style on the old horse drawn carriages, or the slightly more modern trams. You will need more than just a couple of days to sample all the delights that Polperro has to offer.

When you have sampled some of the delights Polperro has to offer make your way over to Looe. This particular part of the Cornish coastline has been a popular family holiday destination for many years.

Looe still retains its importance as a major Cornish fishing port, with quite a sizeable fleet and a very busy fish market. Looe was important in the middle ages and during the French wars and then during the nineteenth century continued to be busy shipping stone and copper from the mines in the north.

You can still enjoy a guided tour around East Looe's maze of narrow streets and courtyards or visit the 16th century Old Guildhall Museum and re-live Looe's maritime past, or just while away the hours on the sandy beach separated from the river mouth by the Banjo Pier. We still have pictures of our own kids on the Banjo Pier and that was over 26 years ago.

Looe is made up of two towns, East and West and they are separated by a seven-arched Victorian Bridge, West Looe, with its 16th century Jolly Sailor Inn and St Nicholas Church and the best way to find out more is by delving into the beauty, culture and wildlife of the area by visiting the South East Cornwall Discovery Centre situated by the Millpool car park.

Whilst you are that side of the bridge take a trip up to Hannafore and explore the rock pools, view St George's or Looe island, which has 12th century monastic cells and once belonged to the Abbot of Glastonbury. The island was later popularized by the Atkins sisters in their books, "We Bought An Island" and "Tales From Our Cornish Island". There are daily boat trips to and around the island in the summer season, as well as along the coast.

For the more adventurous there are also shark-fishing trips, again most of everything you want from the seaside is available at Looe, did you know that Looe is the 4th most popular place in the whole of the UK on New Years Eve and the streets and fancy dressed inhabitants are a sight to behold.

Property Ref: 6448b

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