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Rated as **** (Four Star) holiday village by enjoyEngland

Wheelchair access is possible but restricted, please contact us to ascertain mobility needs, many thanks.

We are receiving lots of enquiries, both from returning guests and from new customers. Please book early to avoid disappointment and also if you want to book the two properties for a larger group, it might be best again to book early. You do not need to pay in full, a deposit of 25% will secure your booking with balances payable six weeks before your stay.

The price includes:
all electricity, water, free safe and secure parking, wifi(other places charge for parking and as much as £5 an item for wifi access) and, on full week lets, bedding.On less than a week booking, bedding can be provided for a small additional cost. Please just let us know. There is also the use of a travel cot if required, again free of charge. Parents prefer to bring their own bedding for babies.
Guests have said in their reviews: 'there is everything you need for the ideal family break'

Both are brand new decorated throughout and Villa 8 has a brand new kitchen and Woodview a brand new bathroom, with very high quality fittings, super shower and new floor and floor to ceiling wall tiling.

The chalet is furnished comfortably in order that families can relax knowing everything they need is provided.

Woodview and Villa 8, which is only a few doors away, are available separately or together to allow for more flexibility in booking numbers, anything between two to eight possibly ten. If you want to go on a family holiday with friends or relatives they are close by whilst allowing you to have your own space and independence.


I received this review from a lady that stayed in the beginning of July.

'From start to finish the booking of Woodview was one of better moments.

Lovely lady to deal with as it was very last minute and I was lucky enough to snatch up this property which had become available unexpectedly.

We arrived in lovely sunshine and promptly grabbed a cider from the hotel - friendly staff & beautiful surroundings. The pool looked very inviting but we didn't get to try it out. We were way too busy exploring the stunning area over the next few days.

The villa was very clean and modern. It has everything you could wish. Well stocked cupboards with all (and more) the necessities. The bathroom seemed very new and the bedrooms cosy and comfortable.

A fab little base to explore Tintagel, Boscastle, Bude, Padstow and many more. Hidden coves aplenty if you don't mind a little trek.

I would recommend the villa to many - and I will definately return'

And then we received this


'The best holiday ever!" said my 8 yr old son and I have to agree with him. Woodview was exactly as depicted in the pictures and was comfortable, clean and felt slightly luxurious! The beds were comfortable and both boys slept later than they normally do at home. The villa is ideally placed to explore the North Coast of Cornwall and there were so many beaches close by that we were spoilt for choice. The hotel grounds were lush and quiet and the play areas for the boys let them play safely. The hotel outdoor pool was beautiful but, being unheated, rather bracing!! My youngest (2 1/2 yrs) cried when we had to leave and keeps talking about when he goes back to his holiday home. We will definitely be back next year!! Thank you Gillian for all the information you sent us prior to the holiday and for all the information available in the villa'

We are very pleased we are doing the right things and thank her very much for taking the time and trouble to get back to us. We value our customers and hope we become friends xxxxx.

If a week is booked please check the calendar for the other property, it might well be available!!



There are discounts for loyalty and returning customers and early bird discounts for those booking early in the year, also as mentioned if both properties are booked at the same time.

Both chalets are professionally cleaned after every booking.




We hear from English customers far and wide throughout our country and also overseas from:
Germany, America, Canada and Holland which is also exciting.



We received a number of excellent reviews with one particularly fantastic review that stood out from a family that stayed in June 2014. It is brilliant to know we are on the right track,looking after our customers, who we value as not just that, but as friends, saying service, directions cleanliness of bathroom/place,utensils, ease of finding key, comfort and cleanliness of bed all received a resounding 5 out of 5!!!!! That is our sole aim, to ensure you have a brilliant holiday at an excellent price. We are fantastic value for money, off peak working out at £10 a night per person for four, comparative to Youth Hostels but with a lot more comfort, privacy and facilities.

We offer all the advantages of camping, the ability to throw open a door, smell the grass, feel the breeze on your cheek, without any of the disadvantages, cold, wet, tent material touching your nose, not being able to walk for the first few hours while hips adjust.

I like nothing more than to sit outside having a lovely meal, enjoying good company, a glass of wine, a cream tea, reading, painting or planning the next excursion. Children can play safely without worrying about them and ducks and rabbits are a common sight.

There is the exclusive use of open adult and children swimming pools,brand new tarmac tennis courts, swings, sand pit, adventure climbing frames, grounds to explore, glorious fauna depending upon the time of year, for example I love the rhododendrons, with beautiful Cornish lanes lined with bluebells and foxgloves leading to the grounds. A laundrette if required and nearby pub/hotel for quick meals or more sophisticated dining.



A review actually described Lanteglos as 'a place of tranquility' a haven for rest and peace endorsing what we already know, Lanteglos is lovely, being quiet and peaceful. Of course people might want music, and pubs, but not where they sleep or want to switch off, and all of those things, if you want are available in Cornwall and not too far afield as Lanteglos is ideally centrally located. Golfing is very nearby and also stables for riding. You can have the best of all worlds and cater for young and older.

Many owners do not let their properties allowing the further benefit of being able to enjoy the quiet and seclusion in private gardens and grounds.



HOME AWAY FROM HOME!!!
Another, comment - 'We were lucky enough to be recommended to this villa by a friend. The villa was extremely clean and you could tell it had been highly maintained with regular work. It had all the bits and pieces you would expect to have at home, DVD player with DVDs, games. The resort had an outside swimming pool, a restaurant, bar and a games room. Central location to most towns in Cornwall;Delabole, Trebarwith Strand. Would definitely recommend this to a friend. Great value - definitely got your money's worth'

We were thrilled to receive more feedback from various guests who say 'Your Villa is Fab!

We continue to look forward to hearing from you and hope you will stay with us to share our good experiences of North Cornwall.Gill, Rob and family.




We had a lovely time at your villa, we appreciated all the little extras - the maps,hair dryer, board games and dvd's.



We had a great time climbing Tintagel Castle (what views)
visiting Padstow (pretty), beach at Trebarwith Strand -
getting chased by the incoming tide, browsing beautiful Boscastle. We visited the Go Carting...to watch the children whiz around at 70mph ! Have no hesitation in recommending Woodview to anyone , ideal situation & great price



 
We had a lovely time in your villa...You can be complimented on the standard of cleanliness, decoration and thoughtfulness in thinking of everything one could need...it all looked familiar and made us feel at home...You really did think of everything from spoons to games!...we will  certainly be back down that way and I shall be emailing you again when we want to come.
 


We have just returned from Lanteglos. We had a lovely time and the villa was great...We would certainly like to return in the future. Many thanks again



      WOODVIEW and now Villa 8 are HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER AT LANTEGLOS and rated highly at TripAdvisor.
If you want to book please enquire online or   

               
call us 01704 878786
We are busy but not too busy! Please book to ensure you do not lose the week you want.



Many of last seasons visitors have become firm friends. We  continue to strive to meet the high standards we have set ourselves, ensuring everything is in place for a peaceful and comfortable stay, we can arrange shopping is done to order to ensure your holiday gets off to a relaxed start. Just let us know your requirements.



The location and setting are world class. North Cornwall is a gem for new visitors and regulars. Our villa is very sensibly priced. We also offer short breaks for a minimum of three nights. Summer bookings are for full weeks running from Saturday to Saturday. The chalet is ideally located-in safe grounds (swings, badminton, climbing frames, children pool with adult pool right next door) were children can play with full peace of mind, there also being a children's games room. You are only 10/15mins to the coast with the gorgeous Bossiney and Tintagel with Trebarwith in easy reach.Going South along the coast you have Port Isaac, where they film Doc Martin, Port Gaverne and Port Quinn. There is also filming taking place for episodes of Poldark. Nearby Camelford (5mins in car) has all the local services you might need whilst Bodmin and Wadebridge (10 miles) offers supermarkets, local shops and cheap fuel.



What’s On in Cornwall 2016, Many more suggestions to come!
Stick man at the Eden project St Austell
‘Let loose your inner survivor at Eden this half-term, with activities for adventurers of all ages!
Little ones will love meeting Stick Man in the family tree. Older children can pick up essential survival techniques from the experts – they’ll make fires, shoot blowpipes and build shelters. Meanwhile, get close encounters of the creepy crawly kind with Crocodile Joe and his visiting mini-beasts.  All activities are included in Eden Project admission’
•Telephone:
+44 (0)1726 811911
•Postal address: Eden Project, Bodelva, Cornwall, PL24 2SG UK

Celebrate St Piran’s day (Patron Saint of Cornwall)
All 2016 dates to be confirmed
Celebrations throughout Cornwall will celebrate St Piran, the Patron Saint of Cornwall:
5th March Falmouth, St Piran's Day Parade
10.00 to 11.40am - a celebration of St Piran with a Furry Dance by local school children and musicians, all are welcome to join in or line the streets to watch the procession. The parade will leave from the Moor, Webber Street, High Street, Brewery Yard, Prince of Wales Pier where community dance for everyone to join will be performed.  Then the parade will walk through town to Church Corner where the story of St Piran will be told and Trelawny will be sung, the first verse in kernewek by the children of Marlborough School.
The parade will be finished off with a lunchtime Cornish recital in the Parish Church featuring the Brass Band, Recorder Consort, Mrs Keam's poetry and Michael White leading singing.
For further details email vickifalmouthgmail or contact 01326 315013
5th March Bodmin, St Piran's Day Parade
11.00am to 12.00 noon - the celebrations will commence with a parade down through the town to the Mount Folly where invited dignitaries will address the gathered crowd, which will be followed by the children singing and dancing. The children will then be escorted to St Petroc’s Church where they will present their own contributions to mark St Piran’s Day and celebrate by eating a good old Cornish Pasty. Parade will commence at 11.am  from the Library on Lower Bore Street.
For further details contact Bodmin Tourist Information Centre, email or call 01208 73001
5th March, Redruth, St Piran's Day Festival
 11.00am to 3.00pm - the St Piran's Day Festival, first held in 2011 and celebrates the history of the town's importance in the tin industry and to showcase Cornish culture.
One of the highlights is the St Piran's day Procession, which starts at 12.00 at the Western end of Fore Street, into Shoot Row and Flowerpot Chapel car park and finishing back in Fore Street. Choirs will laed teh singing of Trelawney by the town clock at the end of the procession.
The celebrations include street entertainment, live muisc, children's town trail, tin panning, craft fair and exhibition by the Redruth Story Group.
For further details see Festival Website or call 01209 210038
Perranporth, St Piran's Play
Meeting at Piran Point, Perran Sands Holiday Park, TR6 0AQ, near Perranporth for the Grand Procession to St Piran’s Oratory and Church to celebrate the re-excavation of St Piran’s Oratory from Penhale Sands. The procession will be led by Falmouth Marine Band to the Oratory where there the audience will be invited to sing along with invited choirs.
James Gossip, head archaeologist on the excavation, will give an update on the plans of St Piran Trust and Cornwall Archaeological Unit in connection with the site.
Refreshments may be available from a bar at Perran Sands Holiday Park where there will be toilets.
Held on the nearest Sunday to St Piran's Day, the play produced by the St Piran Trust, takes place in Perranporth, where according to legend the revered saint was washed up on millstone from Ireland in the 5th century AD. Crossing the dunes to St Piran's Cross, hundreds of people gather, generally dressed in black, white and gold, the colours of Cornwall, carrying the Cornish Flag.
You can take part in this celebration of Cornwall’s distinct identity by joining the spectators who walk over the dunes and watch the play acted out in three parts. Dozens of actors and musicians portray the stages of St Piran’s life from his birth in Ireland, his arrival in Cornwall, his miraculous discovery of tin and his Christian ministry in Kernow.
There will be free parking within the car parks at the holiday Park.
For further details see Perranporth Tourist Information Centre or call 01872 575254
Cornish Beer and Mussels
18th- 20th March
What is the event all about?
“March is the best month in the year for mussels, any time is good for proper beer brewed by people who love what they do. A big marquee next to our lovely pub with some great bands, a selection of 30 beers and some of my favourite mussel dishes; what could be a better combination on a weekend by the coast in Cornwall.”  Rick Stein
What happens?
Visitors can enjoy over 30 different beers and ciders from St. Austell Brewery and Sharp’s Brewery, including an exclusive festival beer. Alongside these, mussel dishes such as moules mariniere and mussel masala with coconut, ginger and green chillies will be freshly cooked.
How can visitors take part?
The two day event will also screen the England rugby game, a cooking demonstration by Jack Stein and talks from St. Austell Brewery as well as a charity pub quiz and music from Taz Djay Disco,  Boscastle Buoys and The C90’s.  
The full programme of events will be announced in the coming weeks on Rick Stein's website.
St Endellion Music festival
26th march-3rd April
What’s it all about?
St Endellion Easter Festival founded by the late Richard Hickox and his then wife Frances, who remains the director, almost four decades on.  Like its elder summer sibling, the festival is unusual in that the musicians and singers are a mix of amateur and professional – all of whom pay to participate in just over a week of very high quality music making.
What happens?
The programme of music takes place in the 15th century Collegiate Church of St. Endelienta, St. Endellion, North Cornwall and recent years have seen such works as Copland’s Appalachian Spring, Bach’s St Matthew Passion, Ravel’s G Major Piano Concerto and Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana being programmed in the main concerts.  Early booking is advisable due to the festival’s international reputation, and tickets go on sale in January 2013. 
Regularly falling in either Holy Week or Easter week this spring festival has made a speciality of English language performances of the Bach Passions whose intensity in the church’s intimate setting is a musical experience not to be missed.  The Festival also includes chamber, orchestral and choral concerts with some of the leading soloists in the country and there is a daily Thought for the Day given by a cross section of eminent speakers
English National Surfing competition
30th April – 2nd May
What’s it all about?
The English National Surfing Championships will see the next generation of young surfers battle to knock established competitors off the top spot over three divisions, the UK’s top surfers will gather at Watergate Bay on the bank holiday weekend from Saturday 30 April to Monday 2 May to compete for national titles.
The annual event is organised by Surf and Science Technology students from Cornwall College’s Newquay campus and is firmly established on the English surfing calendar. &£8232;&£8232;The competition is spread across 14 divisions including Open, Longboard, Masters, Veterans, Ladies and Juniors.
For more information visit: facebook/englishnationalsurfingchampionships
Did you know?
The English National Surfing Championships are one of the UK’s longest-running surfing competitions. The English Surfing Federation is a volunteer organisation that primarily exists in its current form to ensure that National Champions are awarded in various surfing categories and to ensure there is representation of a strong English Squad at the European Surfing Championships in both Junior and Senior categories
Newquay Arts and Culture
1st May -4th May
2016 dates to be confirmed
Art8 is Newquay's Arts and Culture Festival - four days bursting at the seams with events, exhibits and workshops involving film, craft, spoken word, dance, photography, theatre, music, literature and more. It's a community festival with something for everyone - young and old, residents and visitors alike - with all activities free or low-cost.
Supported by local organisations and businesses, the event is a celebration of existing activity in the town as well as an opportunity to welcome artists and performers from further afield. Central to the ethos of the event is a contribution to increasing Newquay's positive profile. It's also about developing the offering for those who are here. There's plenty to see and do during the festival - so get involved!
For more information please visit art8newquay and follow us on Facebook, Twitter (art8newquay £art8newquay) and Instagram - (art8newquay)


Royal Cornwall Show
9th-11th June
What’s it all about?
For three days each year the dedicated showground at Wadebridge is transformed into a living town, bustling with life, energy, agriculture, entertainment and trade. It is a significant event on the Cornish calendar with around 130,000 people attending.
What happens?
This has been Cornwall’s showcase since it was first held back in 1793 and as you’d expect from a county show, a fascinating glimpse into rural life in the county. Apart from the livestock judging, there is the famous flower tent decked out with wonderful displays from individuals and local nurseries. The main ring offers a full three days of entertainment featuring different headline acts each year, plus show jumping and a fast and furious inter-hunt relay. There is also a full programme of entertainment and demonstrations in the countryside area, alongside Cornish heritage and Cornish wrestling. You’ll find busy marquees dedicated to goats and rare breeds, cage birds and poultry, bees and rabbits, there’s a major dog show, a traditional steam fair, the Cornwall Festival of Dance, forestry and if that’s not enough then there’s the motor fair, agricultural machinery, crafts, health and beauty ... in fact, something for all the family.
St Merryn Steam  and Vintage rally
23rd-26th June
What’s it all about?
St Merryn Steam Fair and Vintage Rally takes place annually, and was first held in 1980 to raise money for the local church. The rally now continues raising money for local charities and is always well supported by local vintage vehicle exhibitors.
What happens?
A local rally featuring many rural exhibits including vintage tractors, steam engines and classic cars. There’s also a variety of trade stands and a car boot sale, along with authentic Cornish wrestling, entertainment from local majorette bands and in the evening live music and a disco in the onsite marquee.

How can you take part?
This weekend rally takes place in the village of St Merryn near the popular resort of Padstow. Watch the displays of dancing diggers, discover more about Cornwall’s ancient sporting traditions and see the magnificent engines that once powered the agricultural heart the area.
Did you know?
In St Merryn the village the motto is ‘Seven Bays for Seven Days’ due to its proximity to some of the most spectacular beaches on Cornwall’s north coast
Padstow Vintage rally
1st-3rd July
The Padstow Vintage Rally has been successfully running for many years, each year growing bigger and bigger with more and more taking place.
Next year will be no exception with an amazing line up of exhibitors and entertainment,  falconry show, music festival and children's entertainers.
The rally takes place on the outskirts of Padstow and features live entertainment on both Friday & Saturday night in the beer tent with entertainment around the site on all 3 days. There is also the Entertainment provided in our main ring which is surrounded by a selection of food and trade stands. The Entertainment this year includes Musical Ruth from BGT, Xtreme Falconry, Fingle Dingle Comedy Car Clow Shwon.  For the children there is Bubbl Ology, clowns and magicians.
The Padstow Vintage Rally & Country Fair strives on being one step ahead and you will find not only a number of traditional exhibits from tractors, cars, stationary engines, steam engines and bikes, plus static displays and demonstrations from spoon carvers, chainsaw artists, willow weavers and Blacksmiths.  The country side corner including a selection of rare breeds, horses, and a pet’s corner, plus reenactments and displays from all aspects of the bygone years.  This area has grown in this year so new in 2015, was Ferret racing, dog and duck display, wild fowling, long netting, shire horses and much more. So watch out for new News for 2016.
You will be able to choose from a number of Food & Drink Stalls to suit your requirements located around the field serving Day & Night. There is also an onsite restaurant serving breakfast, lunch & Full evening meals next to the beer tent which offers a great selection of drinks for all tastes and includes our own beer festival offering local real ales from across the region.



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