Lodges for sale at Treetops Lodges
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Our new development of genuine Nordic pine lodges for sale on a 999 year lease basis.

Cornwall is considered an island, surrounded by the Atlantic and separated from the main land by the river Tamar. Its spectacular coastlines, breath-taking scenery, remains unspoilt. Its lands are rich with history and legends, King Arthur, piskies, (Cornish pixies), witches and giants. Daphne du Maurie also used Cornwall for a backdrop for her literature, the most famous being Jamaica Inn and Rebecca.

Views from the village
Views from the village
Views from the village
Cornwall boasts having the mildest climate in Britain where spring comes early and autumn lasts longer. It is crammed packed with attractions, such as theme parks, wildlife reserves, zoos, National Trust houses and gardens, Plus the award winning Eden Project. It has something for every member of the family, which is why it is the UK’s top holiday destination.

Treetops is located in North Cornwall and has easy access to the major link roads, which makes it an ideal base to explore both Cornwall and Devon.
North Cornwall is an ideal setting for outside recreation.
Some of the popular activities that can be found close by are surfing, golf, horse riding, course and sea fishing. The area boasts a whole network of well-maintained footpaths and cycle routes for those who like to keep healthy. For those rainy days there is a cinema near by and Bude offers an indoor swimming pool, bowling, in door go-karts, and a ball park.

Week St Mary
Treetops can be found in the small, Cornish village of Week St Mary, which is 5 miles away from the coastal town of Bude, renown for its sandy beaches and surfing.

The history of the village dates back to before the doomsday book and was thought to be the religious centre of the district. Indeed St Mary is the dedication of the village church.

The great lady of Week St Mary was Thomasine Bonaventure, a shepherdess, who was taken to London by a rich merchant. She married three lords the last being John Percival, who became the Lord Mayor of London in 1497. On his death, she returned to her village as Lady Bountiful. She built a school, which today is a group of cottages.

The village offers a post office which keeps a good supply of fresh, local produce and supplies, two pubs, two churches and a village hall and a playing field. There are many village activities - a band of bell ringers, three local football teams (including a woman's team), various darts, pool and skittle teams, as well as coffee mornings and toddler groups.

The tradition of a harvest revel held every September still takes place along with the annual village scarecrow festival.

Week St Mary Scarecrow Festival Lower Green Week St Mary Village
The Old College Red Lion House
Treetops Park
The same family has owned Treetops for 12 years. It can be found tucked away, just off the village green next to the grade 2 listed church of St Mary. Surrounded by an area of outstanding beauty, Treetops covers 6 acres, with six of those dedicated to the development of 21 Nordic pine lodges with views across the rolling countryside towards the coastline.
The original holiday park was built in the early 1960's, in which the lodges served as holiday accommodation until 2005. Although only a stones throw from the popular local beaches and attractions, Treetops offers a more peaceful retreat, away from the maddening crowds and fits in well with the local community.

Images of Treetops Church of St Mary Entrance to Treetops View from plot 9
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2 Bedroom Lodge
3 Bedroom Lodge
'Treetops covers 12 acres, with six of those dedicated to the development of 21 Nordic pine lodges with views across the rolling countryside towards the coastline.'
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