Everyone can get out and about here, whatever level you’re at: learn to kayak, wild swim, paddleboard and sail. For those less mobile there are hoists, ramps and wide pontoons to get you into or onto specially adapted equipment, so nobody has to miss out on the fun. The cabins and lodges are self-catering and kitchens are sparkling and well-equipped (in the lodges they are fully useable by those in wheelchairs), but there’s a good café on site with a decked terrace for breakfast or lunch, dining in the evening by appointment.
Each lodge and cabin has a hot tub and good views of the lake – one is lakeside. Large private terraces are screened off by wooden fencing so you’ll feel quite private and there are grassy areas for sunbathing or picnics. Bedrooms are calm, spacious and clutter-free with underfloor heating and neutral colours.
You’re close to The Ship Inn in Mawgan for a good pub meal and Gear Farm, 3 miles, has excellent pasties.
This place is one of our Sawday’s Community Champions – not-for-profit organisations receiving subsidised Sawday’s membership as recognition for their support of causes and communities.