Swimming Pool

Our indoor leisure centre is perfect for rainy days

Our new indoor swimming pool is at the heart of The Olde House site, and just a short walk from our farm cottages here in Cornwall.

The new pool, at 7m x 15m, is over 50% bigger than our old pool and features a toddler pool with playful water features, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. The pool is heated to 31 degrees. The depth ranges from 1m to 1.35m, perfect for all the family.

Please note our pool has no lifeguard and is not open to the public.

The pool is open everyday between 0900 – 2100hrs for guests staying at The Olde House.
The session swimming introduced during the pandemic proved so popular with guests that we have decided to keep some bookable sessions. There is a schedule in the reception area where families can book 1 hour timed slots between 9am and 12 noon and 3pm and 7pm. From 12 noon-3pm and 7pm-9pm there is a “free swim session” which you don’t need to book for.

On arrival please initially only book 3 sessions. This will give everyone a chance to secure a session swim.
Once eveyone has arrived, we will then allow the rest of the time slots to be taken.
The use of the pool in the booked sessions is restricted to 4 cottages at a time.


Please only book one slot per day and not at the same time each day.
Please write your cottage name in the session on the board.
Please leave the pool before the end of your time slot, so that you have exited the building by the end of the session.
If you are not going to use your time slot, please call the office so we can remove your cottage name.
Please don’t not enter the pool until the previous families have exited.
The changing rooms and showers are now open as usual.                                                                                                                                     Lockers are available.

Please understand that we are trying to be fair and that we want every family to have a chance to swim.

There is no evidence that the virus which causes COVID-19 can be spread to people through the water in pools and hot tubs. The normal daily usage of chlorine and bromine to clean the water is enough to make the virus inactive.