This beautiful spacious farmhouse, located just off the edge of Bodmin Moor, is a perfect family getaway for all to enjoy, with its separate games room, outdoor BBQ area and wonderful countryside walks from your doorstep. The perfect base to explore all that Cornwall has to offer.
A truly stunning property for all occasions, this charming barn conversion promises an unrivalled stay on the Cornwall/Devon border. Perfectly suited to families, children will adore the unique thrills of dining outside, relaxing in the outdoor playroom and experiencing sleepovers in the bunk bedroom which sleeps five. Happily hosting 14 guests and up to four dogs, the accommodation offers a versatile base for any extended family or large group of friends. Filled to the brim with charm and character, you’ll never be bored when staying right here.
Boasting a farmhouse style with thrilling nooks and crannies to explore, this décor in this eclectic property harnesses the free-spirited nature of beautiful Cornwall. The hub of this house is its busy kitchen with sprawling breakfast table and all the amenities for feeding everyone. Outside you’ll also find an enclosed space with pizza oven, BBQ and dining table for sunny evenings spent alfresco. Along with a cosy lounge with Smart TV and wood burner indoors, the property presents a converted barn space with all sorts of games, comfy seating and a second Smart TV and wood burner, perfect for children. Once everyone is fed, watered and worn out, five bedrooms can be found across two floors offering fresh linens and the chance to catch forty winks.
Located on the brink of an AONB with historic smugglers pub (11 miles) and expansive Collifords Lake (14 miles), the area isn’t short of walking and cycling routes to embrace from your doorstep. Naturally, you’re never far from the coast when staying in Cornwall. Link up with the South West Coastal Path (11 miles) and walk to Pentire Point (22.5 miles) to admire far-reaching sea views. A great day out can be spent at Cornwall’s Eden Project (28 miles) or venturing over into Devon and exploring the Dartmoor National Park (22.5 miles).