Killiow Estate Lodges, Truro
The lodges at the beautiful Killiow Estate are fantastic for your next lodge break.
Offering modern and luxurious accommodation for your next holiday in Cornwall, these lodges work as a great base for exploring the area of this coastal location. Surrounded by lush countryside, but close to fun attractions and the beautiful coastline that this region has to offer.
Killiow Estate Lodges are stylish, modern and provide everything needed for a relaxing and peaceful lodge stay. Sleeping 6 guests with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms including two en-suites and a wheelchair accessible bathroom, this is the perfect lodge for everyone at any time of the year.
Surrounded by a lovely estate, guests will be able to make the most of the decking and outdoor furniture and enjoy their morning coffee or al fresco dinner outside.
Close to the city of Truro and some of the best beaches in the area, you’ll have so much to explore whilst staying at Killiow Estate Lodges.
A boat service is also available from Truro and Falmouth where you can enjoy the beautiful views of the coast.
Guests can also enjoy the facilities at the Killiow Estate including footgolf, which is fun for the whole family.
– Sleeps 6
– 3 bedrooms
– 3 bathrooms
– Wheelchair friendly bathroom
– Decking with furniture
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Things to do:
– Royal Cornwall Museum – A great museum with wildlife and historical exhibits from the local area and around the world.
– Portscatho Beach – Lovely rocky and golden sandy beach with scenic bay views and quaint village with coastal pubs and cafes.
– Trelissick Garden – Beautiful estate with an art gallery, café, floral gardens and riverside walks.
– Tabbs Restaurant, Truro – Stylish fine dining restaurant with a European menu and great cocktails.
– The Rising Sun, Truro – A great pub in the city centre with wonderful meat, fish and vegetarian dishes.
– The Victoria Inn, Threemilestone, Truro – Stone-built inn with good food and drinks, and outdoor seating.
Situated in the Cornish countryside, but within close reach of Cornwall’s coast.