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Tudor Lodges, Morval, Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1PR

Self-catering - Sleeps 6

Welcomes adults, children, dogs, wheelchairs

Average Rating from 2 reviews: 5.00
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Tudor Lodges

Contact Details

Molly & Mike Tudor
mollytudor@aol.com
Tel - 01579-320 344
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Six award-winning fully-accessible holiday lodges set in two acres of Cornish countryside. New 2007-8 each lodge sleeps up to six in three double or twin accessible bedrooms. Dogs welcome in two specific lodges.

Two bedrooms have level access onto balconies, as do all lounge areas. Large level-entry wheelchair-accessible shower. Two WCs. Tarmac parking area outside each lodge. Mobility aids such as profiling beds, electric riser chairs available free of charge, subject to availability.

Tarmac drive to adjacent Country Restaurant and Bar. Ideal touring base for the Eden Project, National Trust properties and Cornish gardens. Less than three miles to Looe - historic fishing port and beaches - and eight miles to virtually traffic-free Polperro.

  • Visit Britain 4-star rated
  • SW Tourism Excellence Award - Silver
  • All lodges NAS M3 rated
  • Architect-designed for accessibility
  • Dogs welcome in two specific lodges
  • Adjacent country restaurant & inn
  • Dishwasher, washing maching, drier
  • All lodges are electric - by meter
  • RADAR key & relevant list

“Accommodation was exceptionally clean, well designed and spacious.....
if disabled, the planning of the lodge is excellent”

“Would stay there again - but would hope for some sun....it was very rainy when we stayed but we didn’t feel cooped up (even) with three children”

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Review Review No. 2 of 2

Recommended by:

Vanessa W from Bristol

Our party:
  • Adults:
  • Ages:
  •  
  • Children:
  • Ages:
  • 2
  • 42 & 46
  •  
  • 3
  • 4 - 9
Stayed:

7 Nights
August - 2008

Wanted:
  • Relaxing
  • Walking
  • Beach / Sea
  • Shopping
  • Touring
  • Entertainment
  • Local Food
Summary:

“Great stay, even in the rain, and would stay there again”

Tudor Lodges is on the top of a hill 3 miles from Looe so you really need a car if you’re staying there. It’s a steep hill into Looe so not really a good walk unless youre ultra fit! There is a country pub just outside the Lodges which welcomes children etc. but that’s about if for very local food, you need to get in the car for anything else. Looe has a great range of shops, restaurants and tourist attractions.

The accommodation is just lovely, spacious lounge, diner - kitchen and we had three large double bedrooms all of which could have accommodated a wheelchair user if required. There are balconies through level French doors from 2 bedrooms, the kitchen and lounge, with a ramp up to the front door.

Would stay there again - but would hope for some sun!!

Very light and spacious - it was very rainy when we stayed but we didn’t feel cooped up with three children. Great facilities, very clean and a real home from home.

A washing machine and tumble dryer are great when you have children with you on holiday. The kitchen was very well equipped, parking right outside each lodge and lovely views of the surrounding countryside (when the rain left off!)

Polperro had a great range of shops but is a very small Cornish fishing village so don’t expect much in the way of well-known large shops. We found it much quieter to take the children down to Looe beach after about 5-6pm as it was easy to sit down, the children could run about and make sand castles for a couple of hours and were nicely tired for bed!

If it is raining and you fancy a quiet morning, Trago Mills shopping emporium about 10 miles away is good - we bought 110 felt pens and some colouring books for about 4.00 GBP which kept the children quiet for hours!

The only thing that could have improved our stay would perhaps be internet access or a Freeview box - there were rainy days when 4 TV channels really weren’t enough! Or perhaps a DVD player. Luckily the Olympics were on or we may have gone slightly mad with all the rain!!

Be Aware:

Polperro - unless you’re old and infirm, just walk to the beach - the 3.00 GBP pony and trap ride is just for about 200 yards or so and is a bit of a tourist trap!

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recommended place to stay

Recommended on 29/08/2008
By Vanessa W from Bristol

I CONFIRM that this review is authentic, having been written by a bona-fide paying guest, and that it is factually accurate at the time of posting - Molly
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Review Review No. 1 of 2

Recommended by:

J. M from County Meath

Our party:
  • Adults:
  • Ages:
  •  
  • Dogs:
  • 4
  • 45 - 89
  •  
  • 2
Stayed:

14 Nights
July - 2008

Wanted:
  • Relaxing
  • Walking
  • Shopping
  • Touring
  • Beach / Sea
  • Entertainment
  • Local Food
Summary:

“Very enjoyable, exactly what we expected”

Because it was our second visit, we knew exactly what to expect. Accommodation was exceptionally clean, well designed and spacious (we had no disabled with us.) The general setting was quiet, 3 miles to Looe, and the local pub had a good range of food and was well within walking distance for all our party. The only thing I think that would have been a nice addition was internet access.

Specifically Recommend:

If disabled, the planning of the lodge is excellent.
Molly & Mike welcomed our two dogs.
Nice vistas and peace & quiet to enjoy with the outdoor seating area

Be Aware:

The nearest shops are in Looe (3 miles) and the general area is very hilly (with exception of the site). A car is necessary but there are lots of interesting places within a short drive

Local Gems:

The Snooty Fox Pub - (beside lodges).

Great Trethew Manor Hotel (restaurant).

Anthony House & Gardens.

The Copley Arms. (pub & restaurant).

Seaton (beach). Polperro.

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recommended place to stay

Recommended on 15/08/2008
By J. M from County Meath

I CONFIRM that this review is authentic, having been written by a bona-fide paying guest, and that it is factually accurate at the time of posting - Molly
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