A pretty property nestled in an idyllic setting on a working small-holding, boasting stunning views of nearby Rough Tor, and provides a great base for couples looking to escape the hustle and bustle.
With all the character of a Swiss chalet hidden in the heart of the South West, Widewalls Cottage sits on the edge of the expansive Bodmin Moor. Treat yourself to a slice of idyllic farm life on this working smallholding with 35 acres of land to explore. Filled with detail inside and out, this lovingly converted barn includes a cottage garden and patio dining area with a fantastic view of neighbouring Rough Tor – the perfect spot for sundowners.
Boasting original features, French doors and large windows throughout, this tasteful conversion blends together the new and the old, and the cottage interior with the surrounding natural beauty. Return home after a day filled with waterfalls and wildlife to the cool comforts of terracotta tiles underfoot, original stone walls and exposed beams of the rustic-chic living area. Wash up in the feature antique basin for an al fresco supper, then start up the wood burner and settle down on the sofa, finishing up with an evening by the fire.
You'll be spoilt for choice when planning the day's events with quick access to Cornwall's major attractions via the A39, The Eden Project, The Tate Gallery at St. Ives, Tintagel Castle and more will be possibilities for any day out. Jamaica Inn and Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant in the beautiful port town of Padstow are worth the 15-mile trip, and the fishing village of Port Isaac and its great stone sea walls (shooting location TV's Poldark and Doc Martin) are unmissable at only 8 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.