Woodgrove Lodge

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Gannel Road

Woodgrove Lodge, Newquay

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Accommodation Description:

Woodgrove Lodge is a Small Guest House just minutes from Newquay town centre in a quiet location with spectacular views over the river Gannel, secluded gardens and parking, watch the squirrels and birds in the trees whilst having breakfast from the dinning room or on the balcony on hot summer days. Fabulous river walks from guest house, Boating lake and Trenance gardens 5 mins walk with zoo, tennis courts and swimming pools, Horse Riding. Surfing, Golf, fishing near by.

Ideal base for touring most of Cornwall. Eden Project etc. Airport Transfers provided if needed.

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