Set right at the beating heart of Cornwall

An idyllic valley that feels a million miles away from the urban sprawl

Retallack Resort is the ultimate 21st-century holiday, weekend or mini-break destination. Our stunning resort has everything you would expect from a much-loved, blue chip retreat.

Retallack Resort is a modern destination, perfect for making memories, having outdoorsy fun and getting away from it all. Retallack Resort truly delivers a sense of sheer liberation, with seclusion and space for couples, and epic, action-packed experiences for families and group gatherings. Four-legged family members are welcome too in Retallack’s dog-friendly accommodation.

Anyone can create their own made-to-measure holiday here, every single day of the year. Whether it’s an adrenaline-fuelled surf, wakeboard and waterslide challenge or a peaceful picnic, from indulgent spa treatments and delicious dining to fishing on the lakes, set within 150 verdant Cornish acres, the choice is yours.

You can pick and mix the things you love to do with family or on your quiet couple retreat. Recuperate in the indulgent ESYA Spa or hang out on The Lookout Terrace while the kids make a splash on the epic FlowRider. Maybe you will relax lakeside while others enjoy the über cool Aqua Park, Wake Park, Zorbs or stand up paddleboards. By night you can dine on favourites at The Lookout Restaurant, or enjoy cooking outside on the BBQ at your Resort lodge.

Retallack Resort is all yours to explore and enjoy - an authentic Cornish escape. Located just seven miles from the UK’s fastest growing airport, Newquay Cornwall Airport, with great links to the rest of the UK and Europe, it is easy to reach this stunning, tranquil location.

Every facility is just a stroll away from the Resort’s cool, central hub, whether you’re staying in a holiday lodge with a hot tub or a smart lakeside hotel suite. What’s more, this is the perfect vantage point for exploring all of Cornwall’s glories; from gourmet restaurants in picturesque Padstow to soaring treetop walks at the Eden Project, and from Newquay’s surf beaches to the wild charms of Bodmin Moor.