CHARTEROAK (Stonerush Ltd)
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Charteroak Holiday Lodges in CornwallCharteroak Holiday Lodges in Cornwall

Our Locations

Charteroak® offer three lovely South West locations, providing private and peaceful settings where you can holiday side by side with nature.  Our parks are in amazing places which let you decide the pace of your holiday, whether you want to up the tempo with action packed days out, or keep it chilled with a gentle stroll and a bite of something delicious.  All three Charteroak® parks invite you to choose us for your UK holiday destination, or make us your second home by buying a holiday home that you can enjoy whenever life allows.


Southern Halt

Enjoy serene, Southern Halt, situated in the heart of Cornwall.  Surrounded by views of farmland, meadows and distant moorlands you'll love the expansIve skies which at night time come alive with twinkling stars.  Served by a gated entrance and a small reception facililty, Southern Halt offers nothing but quiet seclusion with luxurious lodges on large, spacious plots that blend into the Cornish countyrside seamlessly.  Get ready for unending views, the gentle sounds of nature, restful water features and gorgeous landscaping which changes with each season.    



What to see at Southern Halt

With Bodmin Moor just on our doorstep, there are plenty of chances to go rambling in the wilds.  Encounter wild ponies, climb up on granite stacks and stumble across village pubs with roaring fires and a warm welcome.  A visit to nearby Bodmin could include a gentle cycle along the Camel Trail, taking in the lesser used section to Wenford Bridge or a trip all the way to Padstow on the North coast.  Or, if you fancy a beach day, the South coast is close by and ready to wow.

Golitha Falls

Take a pretty woodland walk through an ancient oak woodland and meander along the banks of the River Fowey as it rushes over moss coloured boulders and tumbles towards the sea.  Hop from boulder to boulder, pull of welly boots for a bit of a paddle or find a quiet spot with a blanket and listen to the whisper of the trees.  If you are feeling peckish Inkie's Smokehouse serves up mouth-watering, wood-smoked BBQ, with homemade rubs and sauces.


Kingsands and Cawsands

Quintessentialy quaint Cornish villages, these twin jewels on the South East coast are well worth a visit.  The shingled beaches are a great spot for a swim, and the gentle seas are also ideal for kayaks or paddleboard, which can be hired in season.  Spend the day exploring the villages, relaxing on the beach; or take a walk around the Rame Peninsula for stunning coastline views.  You can also catch a ferry to Plymouth, where you can explore the historic, maritime city and add another county to your holiday!  

Stonerush Lakes

Discover Stonerush Lakes in a pretty, wooded valley at the end of a road dotted with farms ready to sell you fresh eggs for breakfast.  Here you can enjoy views of our tranquil lakes, rushing streams, dappled woods or watch cows grazing on the sloping valley fields.  Our luxury lodge accommodation enjoys privacy, space and large outdoor areas which become part of our natural setting.  Wildlife lovers can while away an afternoon looking out for otters, kingfishers, herons and plenty of other native residents.  Stonerush Lakes has a beautiful reception area and a cosy bar and restaurant at the Old Mill.  Set on one of our lovely lakes, filled with lily pads, you can sit out on our terrace in the sunny weather, or enjoy the toasty fire in the colder months.  Serving a seasonal menu using local ingredients, enjoy a relaxed meal, just footsteps from your lodge.



What to see at Stonerush Lakes

Stonerush Lakes offers some gentle walks around the park and there are public footpaths and bridleways leading directly from the park, which you can explore too.  The village of Lanreath is just a two mile stroll away, where you can hop on a bus and enjoy a car free day out or just have a look around the village and church before strolling back.  The stunning South coast is just a 15 minute drive away, with plenty of beautiful coastal walks and charming fishing communities to enjoy. 


Head to lovely Lerryn for a choice of wonderful riverside walks.  The 16th century pub that serves this pretty creekside village has been in existence since the 16th century.  Enjoy the catch of the day, brought in fresh from the seas, before choosing one of three spectacular, circular walks taking in woodlands, creeks and river inlets as well as the overgrown remains of Cornwall's own Tivoli Pleasure Park.


Lantic Bay

If you are looking for a peaceful day shoreside, remote Lantic Bay is the ideal stretch of sand to have in your sights.  Made up of two small coves, the sparkling blue water and steeply shelving sand is just right for a quick dip, before lounging on the sands.  A National Trust car park makes access easy and you can enjoy walks around Pencarrow Headland or towards Polruan, where you can get the ferry to Fowey.



Manleigh Park

Take a peaceful seaside break at Manleigh Park, on the North Coast of Devon.  Perched on a hill overlooking Combe Martin and surrounded by trees and grass, Manleigh Park is a quiet and unassuming park, with a warm, friendly welcome and some breathtaking views.  Our holiday caravans, bungalows and wooden chalets provide comfortable, modern accommodation with just a hint of nostalgia to remind you of happy holidays of the past.  Wake up to gentle sea breezes, and amble into town to pick up some local treats for your picnic, before setting off for the day.  Manleigh Park has a dog walking field, children's playpark and we are pleased to announce that our bar will be reopening in 2024.



What to see at Manleigh Park

Beach days are a breeze at Manleigh, with a 20 minute walk bringing you into Combe Martin, where you will find a lovely sandy shore; or hop in the car and find the epic dunes of Woolacombe, the surf breaks of Croyde or the lovely coves of Lee Bay.  For rugged inland views, pull on your walking boots and head out onto Exmoor where you can enjoy the deep purple of heathers, the bright yellow sparks of gorse, babbling brooks and village tearooms.



Part of Exmoor National Park and in the bordering county of Somerset, Porlock has it all.  From moorland, to riverside walks, rugged coastline and pituresque villages.  Follow in the footsteps of the poet Coleridge with a visit to Porlock Weir, have a drink in one of the oldest inns on Exmoor in Porlock village or find a tresured souvenir amongst the crafts shops and galleries.


A pretty village just 2 miles from Lynmouth, with a church and pub, but the main draw here is the South West Coast Path, with views across to Lynmouth and out across the Bristol Channel.  A three mile, figure of eight walk will give you all the best coastal views and take you through oak woodlands and along rushing rivers.

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