We were a family of four (two adults and two teenagers) that stayed during the recent October half term break. We stayed in number 1 lodge (I think there are not far off 30 lodges on site) which was a 3 bedroom lodge with a hot tub.
We arrived at approximately 4pm which is the usual check in time for the lodges and were welcomed by a very friendly team of people and nothing was too much trouble for them. The lodge itself was superb and very spacious. Even though we had suffered a week of relatively bad weather we still managed to get out into the hot tub every day of the trip - these were checked at least 2 or 3 times a day. The attention to detail and cleanliness of the lodge could not be faulted with pretty much every facility available you'd expect at home. There was a lovely welcome pack available to us on arrival with some local chocolates, water, bread/milk/butter and dishwasher tablets and washing up liquid etc. Free wifi is available via a voucher from reception. Beware if you do rely on a mobile phone signal as there was none on site and the surrounding area is a bit patchy. Perhaps this is something that can be addressed for the future (although I understand there are some who would prefer to keep the modern conveniences away from them while on holiday!)
The surrounding area was beautiful and it was literally a two minute walk to the nearby Mullion Cove harbour which was quite old fashioned and frozen in time somewhat. There was a small cafe in the harbour which looked lovely but we didn't find the time to try it and a chocolate factory and shops another 5 mins walk up the road from the site. The village of Mullion could also be walked to in around 10-15 mins and had a couple of decent pubs and various shops for convenience goods. Probably the nearest larger supermarket was in Helston around a 15 min drive from the site.
We managed to find a lovely Thai takeaway who delivered for free to the site nearby (order over the phone/wifi) if you like that sort of thing.
We did chat to the manager on site who was very friendly and accomodating and mentioned a couple of things to perhaps improve the lodges but these were minor issues - lack of shaver socket and perhaps a little bit more privacy/light blocking from our particular master bedroom when the owners of the adjacent lodge left their outside lights on a few nights we were there which caused my wife who is a light sleeper to lose a bit of sleep - but other than that I would say this is a perfect relaxing site and we would love to return (perhaps during better weather) and I hope the owners keep up the great work and keep improving the site as it stands.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mullion cove lodge park is located nestled above the picturesque harbour of Mullion cove. We have 28 lodges available to hire for 3,4 and 7 nights. The lodges range from 1 - 4 bed rooms and premier units have hot tubs. We allow pets in selected lodges also.On a self catering basis we offer our guests a home from home experience with all the mod cons you would expect. The kitchens are equipped with washer dryers as well as dishwashers. Central heating throughout and panoramic full length glass patio windows help achieve a warm feel to the lodge. Mullion cove has fantastic walking routes and is nestled within easy reach of local pubs and shops. Wifi is available free of charge to guests and parking is also free. ... more less
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