Lakeview Country Club

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July, 2015

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Family including children under 16

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Culture / Sightseeing

I stayed at the Lakeview Country Club with my son and his family for 4 days this July. On arrival we were pleasantly surprised as the Lodges are pyramid shaped and quite unusual looking. Cost was about £100 per night. We had 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one with a jacuzzi bath), kitchen and a large lounge with a bed sofa. Our only complaint might be that our super-duper oven which was a combination of microwave, fan and convector oven had no instructions and you needed to be a rocket scientist to find out how to work it!

As part of our stay we had a free cream tea which we took in the main reception building. There are a lot of activities going on in this building, there were quizzes and children’s entertainment but we weren’t around enough to participate. The swimming pool in the main building was a good size and there is also a lake on site where they do water sports I believe.

From there we explored Bodmin Moor (having a lovely buffet lunch at the famous Jamaica Inn) and drove down to Lizard’s Point and Land’s End.

It is a great place to use as a base whilst exploring that part of the country.


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