Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat
Surrounded by enchanting meadows, Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat is a 5 star holiday park offering luxury Cornwall lodges amongst unspoilt greenery and captivating outlooks. This really is a stunning resort, both inside and out.
We have one, two, three and four bedroom lodges available for holiday breaks – ideal for couples looking for romantic breaks in Cornwall with hot tubs, or families looking for some fun and relaxation.
Private hot tubs
Outstanding Natural Beauty
Great for couples
Luxury Holiday Lodges (some with hot tubs!)
Stunning harbour just a 5 minute walk away
Peace and tranquillity
5 star accredited accommodation and retreat
An amazing team with a wealth of local knowledge and always a smile
Modern interior with must haves such as widescreen TV, games console, Wi-Fi and dishwasher
Why Mullion Cove Coastal Retreat?
Our luxury holiday lodges in South Cornwall were designed in 2013, and have all the home comforts you would need including Egyptian cotton bedding, towels and bathrobes, free Wi-Fi and much more.
Cook a delicious meal in the fully-fitted modern kitchen, and dine al fresco on your very own private decking, complete with high-end patio furniture.
The resort itself is also immaculately presented, with manicured lawns and landscaped gardens, your holiday home will offer a peaceful retreat from the stress of everyday life. We don’t have any on-site facilities, but there are a host of amenities including shops, bars and restaurants in the village of Mullion which is close by. If you are looking for peaceful and relaxing holiday parks in Cornwall, then this is the resort for you.
Located on the Lizard Peninsula, Mullion Cove is one of the UK’s most southerly parks and is a fantastic base to explore all South Cornwall has to offer.
Things to do in the area
A short 15-minute walk away from the quaint village of Mullion is the historic town of Helston, the former cattle market town which is best known for the Furry Dance, which takes place on the 8th May each year. This is a historic tradition intended to mark the passing of winter and beginning of spring. It is a town which is steeped in history with a plethora of historic churches and museums.
Even closer to the park is Mullion Cove itself, a working habour which is now owned by the National Trust where you can spend countless hours sightseeing. It is also the perfect location for those who are looking for fishing holidays. The village of Mullion is also close by, and is filled with quaint shops, restaurants and bars.
If that’s not enough, there is also the Lizard Peninsula to visit, which is the most southerly point of the British Mainland and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with picturesque coves, beaches and granite sea walls. Simply put there will be plenty to see and do during your stay with us.
We are delighted to have received the 5 star Gold Award from Visit England Quality in Tourism 2015.
Did you know?
The cardinal directions of the compass used in our logo are true if held at the entrance to our retreat.