Golden Eagle Lodge- 18, Meadowside Timber Lodges
- For Sale
This stylish detached timber lodge has been built and finished to a high standard and sits amongst other lodges in the grounds of a birds of prey attraction in Cornwall's countryside constructed using ecological techniques. With 3 bedroom accommodation on offer the lodge benefits from underfloor heating and the sewage disposal is via a reed bed. The lodges are built on solid foundations with high spec insulation and top quality timber to full residential standards. Because of this they are easy to keep warm whatever the outside temperature and can be used even in the coldest season.
Golden Eagle Lodge is offered for sale as a going concern with all future bookings in place expected to turnover circa £20-£25k per annum, as well as fixtures, fittings and hot tub. With the purchase of a timber lodge the owner has free access to the Birds of Prey Centre, when open, and a permit to fish the two well stocked lakes. The Lodges are situated just 6 miles from PADSTOW!
Open Plan Living Area
(Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room) 21'2 x 17'5 (6.45m x 5.90m) maximum measurements
19'6 x 12'10 (5.94m x 3.91m) leading into Ensuite
13' x 10'10 (3.96m x 3.30m)
9'8 x 10'6 (2.95m x 3.20m)
Part Undercover Veranda
The Lodge benefits from private fenced garden with lawn and parking area.
Lodges need to be vacant for 30 days a year but doesn't need to be taken at once.
99 YEAR lease
St Columb Major is a town and civil parish in Cornwall often referred to locally as St Columb, it is approximately seven miles South West of Wadebridge and six miles east of Newquay situated on the A39. The designation Major distinguishes it from the nearby settlement and parish of St Columb Minor on the coast. The village provides shops and other amenities to the local area, and has some fine old houses and its pub, the Ring O'Bells, offers a range of ales as well as food in its restaurant. Meadowside Farm Timber Lodges is conveniently located close to 4 very popular beaches of Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth, Whipsiderry and Porth. The nearest large town is Newquay which is 10 miles distance and not only provides everything you could possibly need with regards to facilities and amenities it also has its world famous surfers paradise Fistral beach.
Proceed on the A39 towards Cornwall by-passing Bude and then continue through Camelford and then before reaching Wadebridge take the turning right on this roundabout sign posted to the Royal Cornwall Show Ground, continue on the A39 for approximately another 7 miles going through two more roundabouts and then the Birds of Prey centre will be seen on your right hand side clearly displayed.