Join us at the Pathfinder Homes stand at the Beaulieu Holiday Park & Homes Show on 21st - 23rd September and be one of the first to view our ‘Loft Style’ Hideaway lodge - one of three bespoke interior design concepts.
Wild and romantic, Cornwall combines the magic of coast and countryside, offering endless opportunities for both exploration and relaxation. A place to be energised and inspired whatever the season.
Our latest park has been designed for those who want to get away from it all and enjoy some well earnt peace and quiet. Nestled in a secluded spot on the edge of St Mabyn village, just 6 miles from Bodmin and 12 miles from Padstow, the location provides a great base in which to enjoy your new holiday home.
A new concept, Hideaway Lodges by Hoburne has been created to deliver a lasting impression with uniquely designed 2-bedroom lodges and bespoke interiors to suit all tastes. The lodges have been built to make the most of the outdoors with a central living area framed by large glass windows overlooking a great external space for entertaining, and with the provision for a hot tub for that extra bit of indulgence!
It’s just a short distance from the park to the North coast where you can take advantage of all this part of Cornwall has to offer. Wide sandy beaches, cycle tracks, sea fishing, and miles of walks for all the family are just some of the activities available.
From the mystic ruins of Tintagel Castle and the picturesque fishing villages of Padstow and Port Isaac, to the well-known surfing beach at Polzeath and the rugged Bodmin Moor made famous through the popular BBC drama “Poldark” and Daphne du Maurier’s “Jamaica Inn”. The Eden Project, dubbed “the eighth wonder of the world” by some is only 15 miles from the park and it’s tropical biomes provide an exciting year-round visitor attraction combined with a number of special events held in the grounds throughout the year.
And you’re in for a treat…. with the likes of Michelin stared chefs’ Rick Stein and Nathan Outlaw having put Cornwall firmly on the culinary map, food and drink in the area is seriously special. Fresh seafood, Cornish cream teas, incredible local produce, homemade ice creams and the mighty Cornish pasty are just a few of the delights that are on offer.
From Looe to Land’s End, a holiday home in Cornwall is a great base for exploring the entire county and discovering all of its hidden gems.
Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, Tintagel has dramatic sea views both from the castle ruins on the headland and the island. This is a spectacular place, steeped in myths and mystery, and has inspired artists and writers throughout history who have associated it with the legend of King Arthur.