A luxury new holiday complex has been officially opened in Constantine Bay, north Cornwall, by Visit Cornwall’s Chief Executive Malcolm Bell.
Martha’s Orchard consists of two houses, one sleeping up to ten and the other up to eight, and seven top quality lodges, four of which have hot tubs and all sleeping up to six in three separate bedrooms. All of the properties welcome two dogs free of charge – with dog treats, blankets, towels and bowls all provided. Dog crates can also be supplied on request.
The secure, gated site is just a short walk from well-known Trevose golf course and Constantine Bay’s renowned sandy beach.
After cutting the ribbon to officially open Martha’s Orchard, Malcolm Bell was given a tour of the accommodation by Margaret and Patrick Langmaid who also run nearby award-winning Mother Ivey’s Bay Holiday Park.
Malcolm said: “The quality is genuinely outstanding and represents a real step-change in what Cornwall is able to offer self-catering visitors. Both houses are superbly designed, whilst the lodges are like no other lodges I have ever seen. You honestly wouldn’t know you were in one, they’re so spacious and stylish. With this kind of standard being achieved, the future’s looking very bright indeed for tourism in the county.”
The Langmaids are equally thrilled.
“Margaret and I are delighted with the top-quality workmanship that has gone into every aspect of this luxurious new complex,” said Patrick. “We’ve worked very hard to ensure that guests enjoy the best stay possible and have partnered with other local businesses to offer special extras like bespoke private dining, personalised holistic therapies, fresh seasonal flowers and bottles of chilled Camel Valley wine.
“We’re lucky to be situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and our aim has always been to complement our stunning natural surroundings with an equally exceptional visitor experience.”
Having only just launched, Martha’s Orchard still has plenty of summer availability. For more information, visit www.marthasorchard.co.uk