One of two Scandinavian pine lodges, located on quiet farmland, just eleven miles from the pretty harbour town of Boscastle.
The charm of an all-wooden building is its warmth and natural feel of the space, and this beautiful Scandinavian-style lodge, surrounded by horse pasture fields, is no exception. You'll enjoy the simple comfort of this cleverly-arranged property, one of a pair on a farm 12 miles east of Boscastle on the rugged North Cornish coast. Wild Bodmin Moor, great for walking, starts 2 miles away. It's a perfect family getaway with a fishing lake, local country walks right from the door, and a great choice of day trip destinations.
In the peace and quiet you'll rest easy in cosy bedrooms upstairs under the steeply pitched roof. The open-plan living area downstairs has large windows to enjoy views of the surrounding fields. Snuggle up on the sofa with a good book, enjoy a family movie, or schedule some pampering time in the spa bath. Children can run free in the outdoor play area while you sip sundowners on the front decked area.
Just inside Bodmin Moor, the famously pretty village of Altarnun within 3 miles has a postcard-perfect village green and a welcoming and venerable pub. Towards the middle of the moor, several routes start and end at Bolventor 7 miles away, and you could round off the day by dining at the famous Jamaica Inn there, inspiration to novelist Daphne du Maurier. For North Cornish coast harbour villages, look no further than Tintagel wreathed in Arthurian myth and pretty Boscastle with its traditional stone buildings – both are within 13 miles.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.