A family-run holiday park on the Lizard Peninsula has been given the green light to create a new development of holiday lodges on a cliff-top location.

The six holiday hideaways will now be sited at the seven-acre Gwendreath Farm Holiday Park near Ruan Minor.

The new owners of the lodges will be able access to their holiday homes for 11 months of the year.

Gwendreath is owned by Thea Albone and her husband Neill, who first bought the park six years ago after falling in love with its location above Kennack Sands.

Thea said: "We received regular holiday home sales enquiries before lockdown, but now we have re-opened, the number is increasing almost on a daily basis.

"I think that more people are now deciding to commit to long-term holidays in this country, and owning your own bolt-hole on a park provides the greatest flexibility."

The two and three bedroom lodges will all have glass-fronted exterior decked areas, while other features in the demo lodge include underfloor heating, Bluetooth surround sound, washer/dryer, dishwasher.

Prices will start from £149,000 dependant on where the plot is located.

Thea believes the lodges will appeal especially to lovers of natural beauty, and there are many delightful walks both nearby and on the park itself where there is a wooded wildlife area.

The show-home is currently available for viewing and to buy, and there are more details about the lodges and the park on its website www.gwendreathfarmholidaypark.co.uk