Grand Homes, crumbling castles, imposing fortresses and tranqil beaches are waiting for you
Roadford Lake Lodges offers the perfect destination for you to escape to at a moment’s notice. With spectacular views across the lake, fantastic facilities, hand crafted holiday lodges and the beauty that Devon and Cornwall hold on your doorstep.
Roadford Lake Lodges is located just 100m from Roadford Lake, which can be explored by bike, foot or boat! Spend your days building dens in the forest surround, enjoying an evening stroll by the lake or for the more adventurous have a go at paddle boarding or windsurfing! You can enjoy the many nearby facilities, courtesy of South West Lakes Trust, such as an equipped sailing and activity centre, a lakeside café and bistro, high ropes course, an archery centre, fishing, and a sailing club to name a few. The hot tub back at your lodge will feel even more relaxing after an action-packed day of lake activities!
Located along the Devon and Cornwall border, Roadford Lake Lodges is close by to stunning beaches, magical coves, fishing villages, famed restaurants and local attractions. The South West coastline has an abundance of offerings for the whole family from fun days out at a wildlife park to visiting the largest indoor rainforest at the Eden project. With Devon largely becoming a conservation area, the marine life has flourished in the past few years. Boat trips offer a perfect first-hand experience to see the local wildlife in action, pods of dolphins, basking sharks and whales can often be seen just off the shores. If that isn’t enough for you, why not take to the air in a hot air balloon from Launceston?
Any why not bring your four-legged best friend with you to enjoy the stunning surroundings as well? It isn’t just our lodges that are dog friendly, the local area is too! There are plenty of fantastic dog walks and dog friendly activities for you and the family to enjoy.
Around the park
The South West coastline enjoys more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the uk, as well as a mild climate meaning thst it is a fantastic location for a holiday retreat.
An ancient Cornish borough bordering Devon. The medieval town of Launcston was the ancient capital of Cornwal, it's easy to see why with its beautiful Norman Castle dominating the skyline.
A thriving market town with plenty to offer from the Tamar Trails, Morwellham Quay, an interactive 'living' historical experience, to the thirty metre waterfall and 'Devils Caudron' pool of Lydford Gorge. A fantastic area to explore.
A port city, Plymouth is best known for its maritime heritage and historic narrow cobbled streets. With so much to offer from the fish markets, boat trips and the largest aquarium in the UK. With gin history dating back to 1793, what better place to learn the art of gin- making.
Local places to visit
Roadford Lake Café and Bistro
Situated on the edge of the lake with stunning views overlooking the area. A fantastic setting for a catch up with friends or enjoying a locally produced home cooked meal.
Dartmoor National Park
Wild, open morlands and deep river valleys with a rich history and rare wildlife, Dartmoor is a unique place. A fantastic area to explore.
A fantastic country sporting destination offering game shooting and fly fishing. Arundell also offers a fantastic menu of food and wine to an exceptional standard.
One of Cornwall’s designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bodmin Moor is a remote heather covered upland still grazed by moorland ponies.
Enjoy great local food at Lifton Hall, with their award winning Sunday roasts and beautifully prepared afternoon teas.
A day at the Beach
Head to Woolacombe beach to surf the waves or for beach explorers visit Barricane Beach a beautiful small beach with shells and rock pools.
Farm shop, bakery, deli, butchers and restaurant, strawberry fields offers a wonderful abundance of products. Their seasonal produce is definitely worth a look!
National Marine Aquarium
Plymouths aquarium is the largest in the UK. Home to over 4,000 animals and ground breaking conservation work, they offer engaging opportunities to learn about the marine environment.
The Dartmoor Inn
A family run pub offering food, drinks and a great social atmosphere. A great place to curl up by the fire after a walk in the countryside.
Get closer to the animals at Dartmoor zoo, with a vast array of animals including lions, snakes, birds and reptils. A fantastic advocate for animal research and animal welfare.
The Little Bakehouse
An award winning bakery offering great tasting foods, cakes, pastries & hot drinks all carefully prepared for you.
A tip top eco attraction with the largest indoor rainforest in the world offering fantastic social events throughout the year.
With over 30 years serving Indian cuisine, Sagor are proud to be Launceston’s most established Indian Restaurant.
The Monkey Sanctuary
An inspiring facility home to woolly monkeys, marmosets and cheeky capuchins- to the wildlife garden home to many Cornish bugs and beasties. A memorable visit for all.