Quartz Cabin sleeps up to five people in self-catering accommodation by Trevassack Lake in south west Cornwall. It is a modern container-style cabin with a hot tub on your deck and welcomes all ages and abilities to stay. A short distance from the lake, Quartz Cabin is an ideal place to stay for watersports enthusiasts, with trained staff on site skilled in aiding both beginners and those with specialist needs. What more could you want from a holiday in Cornwall for all the family?
Set back behind all the other accommodation, your cabin awaits at the end of the path, majestic on its deck against the backdrop of the Cornish landscape. Turn around and take a deep breath of fresh Cornish air, gaze across to the twinkling glimpses of lake down below and then cross the level threshold into your holiday home. The open plan living space is modern and warm under foot thanks to the underfloor heating that features throughout – you’ll probably want to claim the big double bed to your left as a place to have lazy lie ins with a cuppa, watching the world through the bedside floor to ceiling windows.
There’s a generous wet-room just off the main living-area, and a fully equipped kitchen means no-one will go hungry on this self-catering adventure as you cook up a storm. After everyone is fed and full, the comfy sofas await next to the double width sliding doors, although you may prefer to retire to the deck for an alfresco digestif. And later there’s that hot tub, for soaking under the stars and just enjoying the moment, which is what holidays are all about.
Patio doors behind the hot tub lead to the quirky bedroom at the far end of the holiday cabin with double bed and single bed over, so it’s not too far to get inside on a cooler evening! Everyone will appreciate their comfy beds after a long day’s excitement down by the water and will no doubt sleep particularly well after all that fresh air.
The best of both worlds, Quartz Cabin is the furthest from the action so you can spend all day going crazy on the water and then slip back quietly to your container-style abode to recoup and recap on all the fun that’s been had. This cabin is in between the other two so has the view straight down towards the lake, only a stone’s throw away down the small hill or via the open-air lift (great for tired little legs or the less mobile). This area is car-free so there’s no worries about little ones running around your outside space – sit back (in the hot tub?) and relax, let your shoulders drop as you take in the sights and sounds of the nature around you, occasionally distracted by the glint on the water as the sun goes down.
The drop-off zone is close by for when the car is needed, but you’ll likely leave it in the car park all holiday as everything is on hand here at Trevassack Holidays. This holiday cabin is all you need for a memory-making adventure with all the family.
You’ve probably heard of Quartz and recognize it either from watches or jewellery – Quartz Cabin is named after the mineral that used to be mined here at Trevassack Lake. It’s one of the most common minerals on the planet, but it is still an amazing thing to find the large clear crystals perfect for decorative purposes, although it can be found in other colours depending on where it forms. Did you also know that quartz sand is what glass is made from? And the building material sandstone is also composed mainly of quartz, a most versatile mineral, just like our holiday accommodation namesake.
Open plan living-area with kitchen, dining, sitting and bedroom areas
Kitchen-area with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and automatic wm/drier
Sitting-area with digital TV
Bedroom-area with double bed (5’)
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4’6″) and single bed (3′) over
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
We can’t wait to bring in the photographers to take pictures of all our hard work, but until the builders have left the site, we have these temporary images to give you an idea of the exciting things to come. Please do ask if you need any further information before we get the photos up in August.