Stonerush Lakes sprawls over 28 blissful acres, and its contemporary lodges nestle so quietly into the landscape that they’re almost hidden from view. Speaking of views, choose whether to enjoy panoramic views across the lake from your floor to ceiling windows or the sweeping sight of Cornwall’s countryside – and then there are the lodges so close to the lake that you’ll almost be able to touch the water…
Whatever your idea of an idyllic retreat you’ll find it, and no matter which you settle into you’ll enjoy luxury features such as solid timber work surfaces that make cooking a pleasure once more, private decking areas to help you enjoy that sunny Cornish weather and recessed down lighting that encourage relaxation.
If you’ve a hankering to experience real Cornwall in all its glory (we’re talking working harbours, brightly coloured cottages and pubs where you’ll feel like an old friend), Stonerush Lakes is within easy reach of some of the county’s most unspoilt and unchanged resorts. The village of Lanreath and historic Fowey - the home of the late Daphne du Maurier – are both within easy reach.
Stonerush Lakes is part of the Charteroak family of resorts, which also includes Indio Lake, Saxon Maybank and Southern Halt.
Hot tub Heaven
If you can’t enjoy a little luxury during a rural retreat then when can you? Our Stonerush Lakes lodges have their own welcoming hot tubs just for you, and there’s no feeling quite like sinking weary feet into one for the first time.
Your hot tub is just moments from your lodge door, so you can enjoy a dip in complete privacy whenever you fancy some time out in the bubbles. That means you can bask in the bubbles of a morning while you decide how to spend your day, enjoy the afternoon sunshine in style and even reflect on a busy day as night falls…all from your own little bit of hot tub Heaven.
"The day that we first drove through the gate at Stonerush we knew this was the place for us! Water, woodland, tranquility, wonderful wildlife, beautiful location and peace."
There’s something special about being close to water, and Stonerush Lakes centres around a shimmering, lily-dotted lake that changes with the seasons.
Summer days see the sun glint on the lily pads and the water comes alive with wildlife, and the autumn months see the water take on an orange blaze as the trees that surround it transform.
Many of our Stonerush Lakes lodges enjoy lakeside settings, and with floor to ceiling windows you’ll find yourself content to just sit, be and enjoy the sight of the water rippling just moments from your seat.
"The quality of the lodge, the idyllic surroundings and the excellent staff make every stay a pleasure. The staff have that knack of being accessible, responsive and helpful, without intruding on the seclusion and privacy that makes Stonerush a beautiful place."
The Old Mill restaurant
If you’ve visited Stonerush Lakes before, then you’ll already know that life revolves around The Old Mill restaurant. With a warm atmosphere and new head chef Callum Royle serving up the tastes of the region with flair, we can’t wait for you to discover this little foodie gem.
Whether you dine al fresco on a sunny day, or cosy up inside when the leaves are falling outside, The Old Mill has quite the following of foodies, so enjoy! We'd recommend booking a table in advance to avoid disappointment, to make a reservation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01503 220 220