Its central situation makes Nuthatch Lodge an ideal base for exploring some of Cornwall's
well known beauty spots and attractions, including both north and south coasts, Bodmin
Moor, The Eden Project, and many delightful gardens and National Trust properties.
A basket of supplies including tea and coffee, with a bottle of wine and fresh flowers
welcomes you to Nuthatch Lodge.
Nuthatch Lodge is hidden in the lush woodland of the Glynn Valley, in Cornwall, on
the edge of Bodmin Moor and midway between Bodmin and Liskeard at Twowatersfoot.
The Lodge is set in Howard and Lesley Powles’ large and secluded garden of over an
acre. It offers 4 star comfort and tranquillity for a couple seeking a reprieve from
the hustle and bustle of everyday life for their self catering holiday.
With stunning views across the valley from the private decking and lodge garden,
you may be fortunate enough to spot the wild deer roaming along the horizon. The
buzzards soar above, while the nuthatches, finches and woodpeckers feast nearby.
A walk through the local broad leaf and pine woodlands or up on Bodmin Moor itself
offers further opportunities to capture a glimpse of the abundant local wildlife.
“We have had a lovely week & enjoyed your excellent garden house very very much -
comfy big bed - peace & quiet - visit from your wonderful puss every evening - and
sun on the deck - thank you!”
J&D, Addingham, West Yorkshire.
“Brilliant! Wonderful! A perfect place. A slice of tranquility in an otherwise mad
world. Thank you so much for everything”