The Ruthern Valley Holiday Lodge is located in Ruthernbridge, Nr Bodmin, North Cornwall. The cozy cabin building is nestled in a wooded valley near the picturesque Bodmin Moor, with the cluster of lodges offering peace and tranquillity in abundance while providing the perfect base for couples or small families who are looking for a Cornish adventure. The Holiday Lodge is enveloped in acres of mature woodland flourishing with wildlife, with each accommodation being comfortably furnished throughout, while the well-presented grounds offer a host of outdoor activities that are just waiting to be enjoyed.
The Holiday Lodge is just a short stroll away from the famous Camel trail that offers miles of scenic walks and biking trails. This area is famous for its laid back vibe and surfing culture, offering unblemished beaches, beautiful rolling countryside, and enchanting villages. A trip to North Cornwall would not be complete without a visit to the award-winning Eden Project and the bustling coastal resorts of Fowey and Padstow. At this park, there is a shop/supermarket, wifi access in designated areas, bicycle hire and a launderette.
The historic county of Cornwall is a great place to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the English coastline. The southerly most point of the British Isles, this ancient region is recognized as one of the remaining Celtic nations and has its official language, which is now taught in schools all across the county. The beautiful scenery on the show has also ensured a consistently vibrant art and cultural scene, as artists flock to enjoy the views and exceptional natural light that draws millions of visitors every year.
Catch the best of the Atlantic waves at one of the numerous surf schools on the golden sands of Newquay’s beaches. With an enticing array of beaches to suit different tastes, tides, and weather conditions; Newquay offers something for every surfer no matter what your age or ability. If you’re new to surfing, then you might explore Watergate Bay for the great mid-high tides and sandy beaches. Or, if you are a more experienced surfer, you can discover the playground that at Fistral Beach, especially when the rare Cribbar surf break is occurring. If you don’t like the water, you might visit one of the many festivals and events that happen throughout the year or relax in the multitude of cafes and restaurants along the Newquay coastline.
During your vacation, you might go mountain biking or try a range of exciting watersports at the Lizard. This area with its rugged cliffs and hidden coves also have large waves that crash onto the sandy beaches, a place where you can experience the wild side of Cornwall like never before. You can glide across the open water on a paddleboard, climb the craggy cliffs with views of the ocean below, or kayak around the emerald sea and take a look into the various caves and bays tucked away. There are several trails to ride down on your bike too, with amazing views and plenty of places to stop and grab a bite to eat.
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