Savills | St. Mabyn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3BY | Properties for sale
Guide price £114,995 -​ £179,995(2,301,442 EGP -​ 3,602,313 EGP)

St. MabynBodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3BY

    Key features

    • Three designs and two layouts to choose from
    • Contemporary, multi-purpose living space
    • Options for bespoke features and fittings
    • Specialist finance packages available
    • Income potential and holiday letting service available
    • Dedicated on site housekeeping and maintenance team
    • Deposit contributions available, subject to terms

    STAMP DUTY EXEMPT. Prices from £99,995 - £179,995. A community of luxuriously appointed & sympathetically designed holiday lodges.

    About this property

    • Exclusive to Hoburne St Mabyn, our Hideaway Lodges have been developed in partnership with leading holiday home manufacturer, Pathfinder Homes. There are three designs to choose from – Hideaway Loft, Hideaway Coastal and Hideaway Country – with two bedrooms available in each. All feature the premium build quality and levels of finish Pathfinder are renowned for, and Hoburne insist on. All have been carefully planned to create a contemporary, multi-purpose living space for entertaining, celebrating or just relaxing into the restful peace and quiet. Large, panoramic windows make the most of the abundant natural light and frame the view across a generous outdoor entertaining area. And to add to the individual character of your new holiday home, there are further options for bespoke features and fittings, including the ultimate indulgence, an open air hot tub! Each Hideaway Lodge has its own outdoor recreation area, and enough space around it to set it apart from its neighbour. They're private, but still part of the Hoburne St Mabyn family.

    This is pure Cornwall. An ever-changing, ever-surprising landscape that reveals something new about itself with every visit. And it's waiting for you at Hoburne St Mabyn.

    Willa LucasProperty agent

    Local information

    • When you visit this unspoilt jewel, deep in the Cornwall countryside, you'll understand. It's an idyllic place to escape to. Peaceful and secluded, yes. But by no means isolated.
    • This part of Cornwall, so far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, is a truly magical place. With a base that makes it equally easy to get to Padstow, Tintagel, Port Isaac and Newquay on the north coast, or the gentler beaches and coves of the south, you can strike out as often as you like to explore somewhere new.
    • The town of Bodmin is just 6 miles away and Padstow only 12. St Mabyn itself, a picturesque hilltop village centred around a welcoming 17th century pub, is a short walk. The St Mabyn Inn dates back to the 1600s and prides itself on a menu drawn almost exclusively from locally grown and locally reared ingredients, as well as a fine selection of Cornish ales behind the bar.
    • A perfect base for striking out and exploring beautiful countryside and coast. For long walks on wide sandy beaches. For cycling, surfing and sea fishing. At the same time, as night falls and it's just you and the stars, a place you couldn't imagine wanting to be anywhere else.
    • The mesmerising Eden Project, with its unique biospheres and collections of rare and exotic plants is a short drive away – perfect for a day out that's inspirational and educational in equal measure. There are rivers, castles and caverns to explore. And even if you haven't visited them before, there are places that might look strangely familiar; picturesque Padstow, as seen in so many episodes of Rick Stein's cookery show, or Charlestown, Bodmin Moor and Porthcothan beach, all of which double as locations for BBC TV's Poldark.
    • If food is your passion, there are countless ways to indulge it, from Michelin starred restaurants to traditional Cornish dishes featuring the most local of local produce and seafood plucked fresh from the ocean. One of them is practically on your doorstep.

    Additional information

    • Lodge ownership is an alternative form of second home ownership, and different from purchasing a traditional house or property. A lodge is not classified as a building, they are detached, self-contained units of accommodation. When purchasing a lodge on a holiday development, you are purchasing the ownership of the entire unit itself, along with the benefit of a Licence to locate your lodge on the ground on which it stands, for the duration of the Licence period
    • EPC Exempt