4* GOLD Visit Britain Accreditation for Self Catering, Family Friendly, Cycling Friendly, Walking Friendly and Dog friendly.
April and May only - Monday to Friday and Friday to Monday breaks available - contact owner for prices
Surrounded by countryside and on the
PICTURESQUE SETTING ON BODMIN MOOR YET WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ST BREWARD
This attractively spacious single storey barn has been tastefully converted. Exposed beams and a well lit semi open-plan layout give it a light and airy feel. Positioned on a pleasant farm,
A PERFECT ROMANTIC GETAWAY RETREAT - SHORT BREAKS AVAILABLE
An idyllic detached cottage nestled in a sheltered Cornish valley in St Breward, on the edge of Bodmin Moor. This pretty Grade II listed cottage borders a small river and is reached by crossing its own grani
A Cornish cottage set adjacent to Bodmin Moor, a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Enjoy uninterrupted views of the moorland and its wildlife, virtually from your own front door.
Horses graze in the paddock and share their fields with wild rabbits, which c
AN IDEAL REMOTE RETREAT OFFERING PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY
REGRET NO BABIES OR CHILDREN
This converted spacious granite barn is a perfect getaway retreat, the property is situated on the spectacular Bodmin Moor, with a wealth of archaeological remains.
15 ACRES OF MEADOWS, WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AREAS AND SPECTACULAR SCENERY
REGRET NO BABIES OR INFANTS
This attractive stone built cottage sits in a truly beautiful area, attached to the owners' farmhouse on the edge of Bodmin Moor.
An ideal location for explorin
1 OF 2 TRADITIONAL BARN CONVERSIONS NESTLED TOGETHER IN 11 ACRES OF MOORLAND
Lovingly furnished by their artistic owner, these properties fuse traditional charm with a modern take on retro chic interiors. Offering a relaxing break in the peace and tranquility of the
- Less than a 30 minute drive from Port Isaac and Tintagel
- Abundance of moorland walks on the doorstep
- Once the pulpit and organ loft of a 19th century chapel
- One of two holiday properties converted from the original chapel
- In the village of St Brew