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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Boscastle a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Boscastle a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Boscastle

Allotjaments a Boscastle
Total isolation away from the rigours of the world at the moment!! with magnificent views over rolling fields out to the Atlantic ocean our cottage offers a chance to explore the wild wonderful coast of North Cornwall at its best!
Our cottage was featured in the National Guardian Top Ten Cool Cottages in North Cornwall 2014 !! We offer rustic simplicity! It has a seperate snug with TV and DVD. A large vaulted bedroom, and kitchen /dining/ seating room with log burner and views out to the Atlantic ocean.
Breathtaking cliff top walks, wander across beautiful beaches, come home to a roaring log fire, cozy up and watch a classic movie with a glass of wine!
  • Hi trobareu un cottage ben cuidat amb detalles que fan que sentir-se enmig del camp sigui molt agradable. La vista desde la casa és exteaordinaria

    Jaume2019-10-23T00:00:00Z
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    BOSCASTLE, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Kerensa is our small, but perfectly formed little cabin. Sit under the stars in the romantic wood burning hot tub with a glass of prosecco. This cosy cabin sleeps 2, with a small kitchen area, table for two and a toilet and shower room. Kerensa cabin is the first of our very small holiday cabin village, we will have four cabins in total, and there may be an opportunity for friends and family to hire out the entire place in the future!
    We are based on a small working farm with our own animals and lots of space and fantastic views to relax and take in. The cabin is cosy and equipped, ideal for a romantic break away for two. *please note we are based on a working farm with some farm machinery, animals and sometimes work on the farm being done.* For an extra touch of luxury, you can even book a pampering massage or facial treatment to leave you rejuvenated and totally relaxed. I am a qualified massage therapist and set up spa parties within the cabin on a part time basis. For a discounted price, you can treat yourself or a loved one to a treatment within the cabin. Please enquire in advance. We can also set up a vintage style Cream tea for two. For just £4 per person you can treat yourself to a homemade scone, Cornish clotted cream and locally homemade jam, and of course, a 'proper' Cornish pot of tea. All of this will be laid out with vintage tea cups and traditional china. Please enquire in advance.
    St Gennys is a small parish just above the quaint little seaside village of Crackington Haven. With a picturesque sandy/stony little cove, perfect for swimming and body boarding. There is also beach cafes and a friendly local pub. You can also get onto the Coastal Path from here.
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    Minicasa


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    2


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    Saint Gennys, Regne Unit

    Escape to the beautiful wilderness of the North Cornish coast, close to Port Isaac & Polzeath. Stay in a handcrafted shepherd's hut with curved ash beams & Salamander wood burner on a converted railway line. Relax in your own private hot tub with only the local cows for company. Or explore the nearby woods, go swimming, fishing & boating on the magical freshwater lake. A perfect break for couples or a solo traveller wanting to unwind. For updates check "Free Range Escapes" on social media
    The shepherd's hut is based at Cornish Tipi Holidays/Weddings also known as Tregildrans Quarry and this is our beautiful second hut at this unique site. Both huts have their own individual character, the biggest difference is that Bluebell hut has its own wood fired couples hot tub - perfect for relaxing in style in the great outdoors. The site has a woodland valley folded around a clear, spring-fed lake created from the old quarry. The hut is at the top of a secret 20 acres clothed in ferns and bluebells, oak and meadowsweet. Undisturbed by modern agrochemicals and herbicides the natural ecosystem has flourished, providing a thriving habitat for flowers and butterflies, birds and mammals. It’s a place a world apart from the rush and clutter of the modern holiday experience, with an atmosphere that makes you forget the world outside, and just lounge, ramble, or potter about in a boat. The Shepherd's Hut itself is situated in a recently reclaimed part of the site on the old railway line which was taken out in the 60's, reclaimed by nature until now! Guests will have full access to the whole site & all its faculties. 20 acres of woodland to explore and a freshwater lake to swim, boat and fish in. As well as your own secluded garden space complete with an open fire and garden furniture & couples wood fired hot tub. The shepherds hut has its own private compositing loo and wooden shower shed (made partly from pallets) both outside. You are of course allowed full access to any of the other loo/shower blocks on site. There is also electricity!! Solar powered lights & USB sockets make it easy to charge items or read a book after the sun goes down. However please be aware that there are not any standard plug sockets in the hut. The aim is to have created a space which makes you feel like you are out in nature & the elements but with more comfort than basic camping.
    At Free Range Escapes you are a five minute drive from some of the prettiest villages and most spectacular coastline in Cornwall. You can buy fresh mackerel, scallops and crab in the fish cellars at Port Isaac within 10 minutes of leaving your Shepherd's Hut, go sea kayaking under soaring cliffs at Port Quin or take a surfing class on Polzeath’s trend setting shoreline. We have some phenomenal walking right on our doorstep; the Cornwall Coastal Footpath, the Saints’ Way, but unfortunately a car is still usually needed to get you there. 15 minutes up the coast brings you to Tintagel Castle and the ancient village of Boscastle, and the same distance inland lets you walk the rugged solitude of Bodmin Moor. We have a variety of good shops, pubs and restaurants in the area including the now nationally famous Seafood Restaurant in Padstow – book a return with the late water taxi across the moonlit estuary from Rock for a special evening out. You can go on fishing trips, bird watching walks, sea safaris, sailing and windsurfing courses, learn to ride, golf, play tennis, see a touring theatre production, work in watercolours, take a master class in seafood cookery, explore Cornish history, attend a music or literary festival, or just go cycling together on the beaufiful Camel Trail nearby. If you’re prepared to go a little further afield try a day trip by tiny plane to the glorious Isles of Scilly off Land’s End, or a trip to the Minack Theatre set outside on the cliffs high above Porthcurno, or closer by visit the massive biodomes of the ever popular Eden Project.
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    Caravana de fusta (Regne Unit, França)


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    Trelill, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    The Weekender is a contemporary space,38sqm with stunning views all round step through the door and relax. The decor is stylish, comfortable, a beautiful haven to sit and contemplate the breathtaking surroundings from. Described by a recent guest as "The most beautiful small space they'd ever stayed in" It can be difficult to do anything here other than unwind. But if you can drag yourself away from this little gem it's a great place to explore North Cornwall's diverse delights from.
    The Weekender really is a delight, tucked away with views that will take your breath away. My clever husband built this little beauty last year and it evolved into something unique. With our skills and experience in various design projects we have created something we feel is very special. The interior is both cosy but spacious and is filled with lovely finishes that give a high quality and a fabulous feel. It is a very romantic hideaway - ideal for couples. It can be hard to leave to explore the area as it is possible to just sit for hours and and enjoy the space.
    Crackington Haven lies in the Parish of St Gennys in North Cornwall. It is a wonderful escape from the hectic side of life. If you don't feel like venturing too far then there are wonderful short and long walks right outside the door. The Weekender sits right on the Southwest coast path - arguably - on one of the most beautiful and dramatic parts of the coast both North and South right here. Crackington has 2 cafes and a good pub - eat and drink overloooking the beautiful beach and giant cliffs. There is a good local shop / PO and a garage just 3 miles from here where you can purchase most things to keep you going! Bude is just 10 miles from The Weekender which is a lovely seaside town with some good shops to wander around and plenty of cafes. Boscastle and Tintagel are approx 6/7 miles south of Crackington offering picturesque harbours, castles and villages. Port Isaac (Port Wenn) is approx 40 mins drive where the popular Doc Martin is filmed - you can wander the tiny streets and recognise your favourite bits! Padstow and Rock are fairly close by with Rick Stein's delicious Fish and chips being the first port of call especially if you've cycled the Camel Trail from Wadebridge or beyond. Further afield are many places to explore The Eden project is about an hours drive and well worth a visit. Closer to home on the edge of Bodmin Moor are Roughtor and Brown Willy- 2 fabulous walks / scrambles with beautiful granite features to admire. Roughtor car park is just a 25 min drive from The Weekender it can be hard to tear yourself away but it's definitely worth the effort.
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    Minicasa


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    2


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    Bude, Regne Unit

    Dragonfly Cabin is positioned next to our home overlooking the peaceful wooded valley just a short walk from the river and St Nectan's Glen waterfall We are just 2 miles from King Arthur's Tintagel and the harbour village of Boscastle. Rocky Valley towards the sea and Bossiney Cove (ideal beach for swimming) are just 30 minutes walk away and you can't leave without having a drink at The Port William, Trebarwith Strand with it's sea views Also nearby is Port Isaac, Rock, Bude and Bodmin moor.
    Dragonfly cabin can be found up a quiet lane leading to just four properties. It is a cosy dwelling lined with pine tongue and groove over celotex insulation. and is fully self contained with a shower and toilet and a small kitchenette too with mini oven, hob, fridge and sink. There is a double bed with a quality mattress and a 20" tv with freeview and wifi. Outside is a decked balcony where you can sit and enjoy a quiet drink.
    Tintagel is known for it's links with King Arthur. Port Isaac is where the tv drama Doc Martin is filmed.
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    Caseta per a convidats


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    Trethevy, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    The Beach House Studio, is in the perfect private location next to the Beach, it's a 2 minute walk to a surf spot, or to a great pub or one of the 2 cafes where you can enjoy the sun going down on the Atlantic coastline. The Room has an amazing view and you can hear and smell the salty sea. The owners live next door but do not intrude on your space or privacy Stuart is a teacher and an artist, and Selina who has an eye for detail and style, works locally.
    The Beach House studio is a self contained studio room (self catering )with private access and (URL HIDDEN) is in an elevated position overlooking Crackington Haven Beach, with sea views from every window that are breath taking. The sun sets over the sea in summer months and the bay has a surrounding atmosphere and light that attracts many artists to Cornwall. The studio has a compact ensuite shower room with loo and small basic kitchenette area with kettle, microwave and fridge(tea coffee and milk are provided) There is also an electric ‘looky likey’ woodburning stove and a cosy 2 Seater sofa.
    Crackington Haven is an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled between 2 stunning coast paths. You could catch a bus along the coastal road and enjoy walking the coast path home,where you will discover secluded valleys remote beaches,ancient woodlands and rare birds and beautiful scenery. As previously mentioned we are lucky to have a vibrant local pub that serves great food alongside 2 excellent cafes, that are open all day long, for breakfast, lunch,dinner all of which have sea views. There is also a tennis court adjacent to and overlooking the sea Crackington is perfect for Surfing, and is known for its amazing waves;(surf lessons may be booked in advance) Also great for fishing, swimming,or simply sitting and reading. The beach is recommended by the marine conservation society and is listed in its good beach guide There is a well stocked friendly post office and shop nearby at Wainhouse Corner and we also strongly recommend a visit to the Boscastle farm shop for provisions or a delicious meal.
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    Suite amb entrada independent


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    Crackington Haven, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    *****NEW FOR 2019 ~ Private Infra Red Sauna (more info and pics to come)****** Set in a field on our farm with another small cabin, Tamarisk cabin is a good size for up to four or a small family. With bright, fresh decor, luxurious bathroom, well equipped kitchen and stunning sea and countryside views from the bedrooms. It is just a 2 minute drive from the picturesque Crackington Haven beach and only 8 miles from the award winning seaside town of Bude.
    Based on a small, working cohousing farm in rural North Cornwall, it is the perfect place to relax, take in the views and wildlife and even have a little adventure. There is another cabin onsite, with a shared lawn area to the front of the cabin and parking. As an additional alternative, you can in fact book out more then one cabin at a time with a 20% discount to the total price. In total the farm is around 30acres, with our own cows, ponies, pigs, sheep, chickens and ducks. Please ask if you or the kids would like to join in on the animal rounds, collect the fresh chicken eggs in the morning or just have a small guided tour of the farm. Inside the cabin you will find a good sized, luxurious bathroom suite, with a modern, deep freestanding bathtub, large waterfall shower and underfloor heating. The living space is open plan, with a comfy sofa, table that can seat 4 and small but well equipped kitchen area, with toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, oven, grill and four ring hob. There are two bedrooms in the cabin, each with electric heating. One with a cosy king sized bed, wardrobe and stunning views across the countryside towards the sea. The other with full sized single bunkbeds and again lovely countryside views. Outside, you can sit on your own private decking area, gazing out across the fields with a cup of fresh coffee in the morning, or take in the expanse of starlit skies at night with a glass of prosecco in hand. There is now also a brand new private, luxurious Jacuzzi hot tub set into the decking, in the summer months you will get gorgeous sea views as you soak in the warm bubbles. For an extra touch of luxury, you can even book a pampering massage or facial treatment to leave you rejuvenated and totally relaxed. I am a qualified massage therapist and set up spa parties within the cabin on a part time basis. For a discounted price, you can treat yourself or a loved one to a treatment within the cabin. Please enquire in advance. We can also set up a vintage style Cream tea for two (or four). For just £4 per person you can treat yourself to a homemade scone, Cornish clotted cream and locally homemade jam, and of course, a 'proper' Cornish pot of tea. All of this will be laid out with vintage tea cups and traditional china. Please enquire in advance.
    Trelay is quite remote and only as a shop and one pub within walking distance. It is only 2 minutes drive from Crackington Haven, a picturesque little stony/sandy beach with 2 lovely beach cafes and a great pub over looking the beach. You can also reach the coastal path from here.
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    Allotjament agrícola


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    4


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    2

    Saint Gennys, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    This impressive period house has beautiful views of the Valency valley and the river leading through the centre of Boscastle. Set back from the coast path this property gives a lovely feeling of privacy while still being in the centre of this famous picturesque village, and the raised garden has majestic views of the harbour.
    Bossy Castle is a stunning end of terrace period property, split over three floors which has been recently renovated but retains lots of character features. There is a warming multi fuel stove in the lounge and a well equipped kitchen / dining area with large range cooker and farmhouse table. The bedrooms are all beautifully finished with a rustic style. Outside the private garden offers a stunning, private, vantage point to look down the Valency Valley and watch the river, harbour and the sea, when the tide comes in. The Elizabethan harbour of Boscastle is famous for the floods of 2004 which devastated the village now it is once again picture perfect with a delightful selection of gift shops, public houses, cafes, restaurants and hotels. Boscastle has one of the most outstanding sections of the coast path with majestic promontories, crashing surf, secluded coves and long beaches with soft, golden sand. The stunning towns of Port Isaac, Rock and Padstow are a short drive to the west and are well worth a trip. There is one beautiful shower room at the property, but there is no bathroom. Accommodation Ground floor: Enter into a small hall with stairs leading up and doors leading to: Large, double aspect, L shaped lounge with comfortable sofas, wood burning stove, sash windows and flat screen Smart TV; Kitchen / dining area with farmhouse table and chairs, fitted units, a large range cooker and further doors leading back to the garden or to the rear yard; First floor: Stairs open up onto landing with stairs leading up and doors leading to: Family shower room with WC and hand basin; Bedroom to front with 4'6" bed, storage and two sash windows with views of the river; Second bedroom with 4'6" double bed to the rear also with storage. Second floor: Stairs open onto small landing with master bedroom to the front with fitted units and a 4'6" bed and great views down the river towards the harbour; Further bedroom to the rear with single bed and truckle bed underneath and storage. Exterior: Parking for 3 cars alongside and in front of the property. There is a large patio area and a private raised garden with stunning views of the harbour, there is various seating and a picnic table. Facilities & Services Heating is via the electric on demand radiators. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric range oven and hob, microwave, toaster, fridge and separate freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a washing line. The living room has a flatscreen digital Smart TV complete with Netflix. There is free superfast WiFi at the property. There is an iron & ironing board. Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included. You will need to bring your own beach towels. We regret that no smoking is allowed. Up to 2 well behaved dogs may stay at the property for the small additional cost of £25 per dog per week. Dogs must not be left unattended in the property. There is off road parking for 3 cars. There is a cot and high chair available upon request. General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday. Short breaks are available during the quieter months of the year. £200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required. Low occupancy discounts are available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season and using one bedroom only.
    Boscastle is a tiny port set in a narrow ravine, the town came into prominence recently as a result of terrible floods in the summer of 2004. In the village there is a pottery, a museum of witchcraft and several gift shops. A footpath to the left of the quayside will take you to the 'Lookout' which is a wonderful vantage point from which to view the rugged coastline. Boscastle was once a favourite meeting place of the author Thomas Hardy, and is the location for one of his novels 'A Pair of Blue Eyes'. Boat trips can be taken from the harbour as far as Long Island, where during the breeding season you may see razorbills, puffins & guillemots. There is a demanding 7 mile coastal path walk between Boscastle and Crackington Haven. There are several attractions along this stretch of coast including Strangles beach at the bottom of a large landslip with a rock arch the Northern Door. Just south of here is High Cliff which is the highest point on the Cornish coast path. Don't forget to visit Pentargon inlet which has an imposing waterfall that cascades down to the sea below. Trethevy is a delightful hamlet, equidistant from Boscastle and Tintagel and has a history which may well go back to 250 AD when a granite post was inscribed with C DOMI N GALLO ET VOLUS – ‘For the Emperor Caesars our lords Gallus and Volusian’ this can now be found outside St Piran a former monastery and now private residence, Trethevy is also home to St Nectans Glen a beautiful valley where the River Trevillet has carved its way through the slate and formed a beautiful 60' waterfall. On Bodmin Moor, Dozmary pond is thought to contain Arthur's Excalibur, and Merlin is thought to be still found walking under Tintagel Island. Camelford is a great centre for touring, walking, fishing, swimming or surfing holidays. The town is steeped in history and has excellent shopping and sporting facilities. Port Isaac is the location of the televisions series Poldark and more recently Doc Martin, as well as being a gorgeous working fishing village. Bodmin Jail built in 1778, notorious for its public executions by hanging, was the first jail to be built housing inmates in individual cells. The Jail closed in 1927 and is now a museum open to the public, which during the First World War housed the Crown Jewels and the Doomsday Book. The famous Camel Trail follows the route of the old railway along traffic free paths for 18 miles, providing the whole family with a fairly flat cycle through Bodmin and Wadebridge, and out to Padstow where you can sample Rick Steins famous Fish and Chips. The market town of Launceston is the capital of Cornwall and well worth a visit to see the church of St Mary Magdelene, with granite carvings, unusual among Cornish churches.
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    4

    Boscastle, Boscastle, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera5 llits
    Bossy Castle
    Preu:€79/nit
    19 avaluacions
    Superhost

    Allotjaments populars

    Allotjaments populars
    Self contained detached apartment with spectacular views over the north Cornish coast. The flat offers all the amenities for self catering. It is a few minutes walk from the coast path and down to the harbour at Boscastle. Pub and convenience shop close by with other shops and restaurants in the village. Well behaved dogs welcome. Separate space available for drying wet gear, boots and dogs! Lovely garden and spectacular sunsets over the sea.
    The apartment is totally self contained with a double bedroom, open plan kitchen and sitting room with a double sofa bed* and a bathroom. As it is self-catering, the kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, microwave, full size cooker , toaster and electric kettle. The bathroom has a bath with a shower over it which appears small but has good water pressure offering a decent shower. *The apartment is set up for two people to share the double bed, however, if you wish to use the sofa bed as well as the double bed, please let me know when you book. There is a small additional fee for the extra laundry of £10.00. Additional people can be accommodated for an extra fee. We are happy to welcome your dog and have a large garden space for you to use for yourselves and your dog - the sunsets are often spectacular and can be easily viewed from the garden seating. We have a space below the apartment for drying off wet clothing and for drying off dogs. You are welcome to use this to leave walking boots and other equipment such as surf boards. There is also freezer which can be used at your request. We are adjacent to the footpath leading over the hill to St Nectan's Glen and onwards to Rocky Valley. Our location is ideal also for quick access via a footpath and across one road to the coastal path. There are bus stops close by for buses to Tintagel, Bude and Wadebridge. Paradise Road is a quiet small road it is lit by street lights at both ends and we provide a wind up torch for the middle part in case you decide to go out in the evening. The walk to the harbour is very pretty - just along this road and down the old High Street, passing by many typical Cornish properties and winding down the the harbour.
    We overlook the sea and the Lookout point which is a feature of the North Cornish coast. There is a good view of the Church and parts of the village. Our main enjoyment is the short walk to the cliff top at Forrabury and the walks around the "stitches" which overlook the harbour and from there you can walk to the village. Behind us are fields with livestock and views across towards Bude and on a clear day Lundy Island. We are close to a convenience shop which although small has a very good selection of fresh goods and speciality foods. Our nearest pub which offers food all year round is a short walk along Paradise Road with many other eating places in the village and harbour area.
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    Boscastle, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    A pretty barn conversion on a small farm and close to the coast. Offers really spacious accommodation for two, or a couple with a baby or child. All new bookings placed after 16 April 2020 with an arrival date after 1st August 2020, are protected by Master Cancel. This means that you can cancel, for any reason, between 60 and 2 days prior to arrival for a full refund.
    Darzona is a pretty barn conversion and offers really spacious accommodation for two, or a couple with a baby or toddler. Dogs are welcome and are charged at £25 per dog per week (or part thereof) Forming part of Pencuke Farm, Darzona is one of 4 holiday cottages where you can benefit from the superb facilities available on the site. There are 18 acres for guests to enjoy and some lovely animals on site, inlcuding our 4 alpacas, pedegree sheep, pigs (subject to time of year) and chickens. A short walk away is a spacious communal BBQ terrace with stunning views over countryside and out to sea and a games room with table football and a pool table. The farm shop stocks local produce and essentials. Pencuke Farm is only a couple of miles inland from the spectacular north Cornwall coast around Crackington Haven. With this dramatic coastline and stunning countryside all round to explore, this really is a fantastic place to stay. The farm offers guests the opportunity to relax against a stunning backdrop, whilst being located close to beaches and all the outdoor activities you would expect to enjoy from a holiday in Cornwall. Accommodation Darzona is very spacious for a one bedroom property, especially the bedroom that boasts a super king size bed, luxuriously soft carpet, led tv and a couple of comfortable chairs. Ground Floor: Kitchen / dining area with a separate living room & shower room with WC. First Floor: Master bedroom with super king sized double bed. Facilities & Services Heating is via an eco friendly biomass central heating system. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and ceramic hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The sitting room area has a 32' plasma screen TV with Freeview, DVD player and iPod dock. There is a DVD library for you to choose from. There is WiFi available at the property. There is an iron and ironing board. Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Up to 2 well behaved dogs are permitted at the property, although please bear in mind that there is no dedicated private garden for the property. You are welcome to exercise the dogs under supervision, around the owners land. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is plenty of space for cars to park. Cot and high chair are available but must be pre-booked.
    Peaceful, with beuatiful scenery.
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    1

    Bude, Regne Unit

    NOT SUITABLE FOR ANYONE WITH MOBILITY/FITNESS ISSUES From Old Road through garden to self contained unit within our cottage. 2 minute walk to harbour and village. Kitchen/sitting room with electric woodburner. Spiral staircase leading to bedroom with ensuite loo/shower (macerater). A quiet and peaceful little pad set back from the village, just the sound of the Jordan river below, the owls in the wood opposite will serenade you at night and the song birds will be singing away in the morning
    PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE A LOT OF STEEP, IRREGULAR, WOBBLY SOMETIMES SLIPPERY STEPS FROM THE ROAD TO THE DOOR. ANYONE WITH SIGHT AND OR MOBILITY ISSUES MAY FIND THESE TOO DIFFICULT. THE PATH IS DARK AT NIGHT AND IN WINTER. INSIDE (WHICH WE HAVE SHOWN IN THE PHOTOS) IS A SPIRAL STAIRCASE WHICH AGAIN IS NARROW AND NOT IDEAL FOR EVERYONE. However! Tastefully and lovingly converted first two floors of our 250 year old cottage. A perfect bolthole to give guests private and cosy accommodation to relax in after a hard day on the beach or wandering around the harbour. . The en suite shower cubicle is a good, standard size, the shower room/area itself is rather 'compact' and due to this the basin is tiny (!) its the only one we could get to fit and only really big enough for tooth brushing and hand washing but thats about it. We sometimes use the steps past the entrance door ourselves to get to and from the village but we do our absolute best to respect guests privacy. PLEASE NOTE due to our location (you'll see why when you get here) there is no radio or TV signal (believe me we have tried) so bring a laptop as the WiFi is excellent! Most guests appreciate the peace and quiet. Please note check out is strictly 10am.
    Boscastle is very friendly and great fun. Pretty much zero crime. The beautiful coastal footpath that goes right around the Cornish coast is on the doorstep. In winter walking across a wild, windswept, deserted Cornish beach is one of the best things in the world to do, likewise when the sun shines, the temperature rises and the water is sparkling clear, its heaven. A stroll round the harbour is a must, see the famous blowhole, beautiful sea birds, the fishing boats going in and out on the tide and more often than not the seals put in an appearance too!
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    Suite amb entrada independent


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    Boscastle, Regne Unit

    A romantic and unique self-catering Georgian grade 2 listed apartment with sea views, in one of North Cornwall's most beautiful villages. Our top floor apartment occupies a quiet and elevated location at the top of Boscastle Village.
    Re-furbished at the start of 2016 to a high standard, the property benefits from Free Wifi, full facilities, with bed linen and towels included. An ideal escape for couples and fully equipped for having a baby/toddler. The shared garden has been landscaped and incorporates a pleasant lawn area. Parking is available in the lane or a carpark half a minutes walk away.
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    Boscastle, Regne Unit

    Perfect coastal getaway cottage with private garden. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on a sleepy village lane, this delightful, detached timber cottage in its own peaceful garden overlooks the historic unspoilt harbour village of Boscastle & surrounding countryside. Situated on SW coast path, Willapark & the Forrabury Stitches. Shops & restaurants are a 10 minute walk. Ideal peaceful base for exploring Cornwall. WIFI. Newquay Airport & Bodmin Parkway rail 40 mins. Parking.
    Bright, clean and modern accommodation set in the eco garden of Okeford. Lovely sheltered cottage garden to relax in. The bedroom has a Euro King size bed (160x200 cm). The day bed in the living area is a 3 foot single bed. The kitchen is equipped with microwave, 2 ring electric hob, kettle and toaster, and a small fridge. There is WIFI in the cottage and garden. All bedding, towels, and tea towels are provided. Bring beach towels if you need them. Liquid soap, shower gel, and toilet roll are provided in the bathroom. In the kitchen there is sugar, tea, salt and pepper on the shelf, and some fresh herbs in the garden, but bring any other cooking ingredients you like to have around you. Washing up liquid is provided. Remember to bring some milk so you can have a cuppa when you arrive! There is a large and a small saucepan, a large and a small frying pan, spatulas and spoons, basic cooking knives, chopping boards, potato masher, sieve, bottle and can openers. Cutlery and crockery is provided. The Spar shop is open from 6am to 8pm every day, so you can always pop down there for all the usual supplies. The Bottreaux Filling Station has a range gluten free, rice crackers etc. The Farm Shop has meat and veg, delicious deli items and CAKE!!
    Okeford Cottage lies on the South West Coastal Path, which offers 630 miles of stunning coastal walking over the entire length of Cornwall and beyond. The cottage backs directly onto the National Trust ancient Iron Age settlement of Willapark and the Forrabury Stitches, where evidence of a medieval way of farming remains in use today. Boscastle is the perfect Cornish coastal village, with a picturesque harbour, spectacular clifftops with panoramic sea views, great Cornish pubs offering local ales, live music most nights throughout the year, delicious food, a pottery, a good selection of gift and food shops, and the Witchcraft Museum. The Wellington Hotel has great food in the Long Bar, a Folk Night every Wednesday, quiz nights, afternoon open mic first Sunday of the month, and exhibitions by local artists in the upstairs gallery. The Cobweb has great food and fabulous traditional pub atmosphere and food, with free live music every Saturday night, and take away pizza from the bar. The 16th century Napoleon Inn has great food, The Boscastle Buoys singing sea shanties every Tuesday night, live music on some Fridays, open mic nights, and darts nights. There are cafe's, restaurants, ice-cream parlours, and a fish and chip shop. The farm shop on the edge of the village has great food and a fabulous view over Boscastle and the coast, and sells gifts and deli items. Perfectly placed for day trips, Tintagel, Port Isaac (Doc Martin film location and the Fishermen’s friend film was made there. Bodmin Moor are within easy reach by local bus or car. The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, and Charlestown are 1 hour away by car, and St Ives and Lands End are 1.5 hours. There are many stately homes and grand gardens to enjoy throughout Cornwall, and tiny fishing coves and deserted beaches to discover. Facing directly into the Atlantic Ocean the coastline from Bude to Newquay has some of the UK's best surfing beaches. Duckpool, Sandymouth, Northcott Mouth, Crooklets, Widemouth Bay, Crackington Haven, Trebarwith Strand, and Polzeath are all within an easy drive. THINGS TO DO Woodland walks through the Valency Valley. Visit Minster Church. The Witchcraft Museum. A boat ride from the harbour (check availability). Roughter, Bodmin Moor. All the coastal villages. Walk the South West Coast Path. Go surfing. Sit in the garden and watch the birds, and enjoy the peace.
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    Boscastle, Cornwall, Regne Unit

    The View, a perfect coastal walkers getaway, with secure pet-friendly lawned garden. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on private land, our newly renovated static home has a decked terrace & peaceful garden overlooking the Atlantic Ocean & surrounding countryside, offering magnificent sea views & glorious sunsets. A couple of minutes walk from the SW coast path, Willapark & Forrabury Stitches. Shops & restaurants a 15 min walk & the nearest pub 880m. Ideal base for exploring Cornwall.
    Bright, clean and modern open plan accommodation with panoramic, uninterrupted ocean views and breathtaking ever-changing sunsets (every sunset photo you see in our gallery was taken here). Lovely sheltered private lawned garden to relax in, with apple tree, BBQ and decked area with furniture. Sit and enjoy the view in the sun, watch the Buzzards soaring overhead, horses in the adjacent field and a multitude of other bird life and wildlife. The dark and clear night skies are also perfect for star-gazers. The lawned garden is secure and pet-friendly, allowing your loyal friend(s) to relax with you, inside and out, at no extra charge. The master bedroom has a double bed and there is a sofa bed in the lounge should you have an extra guest. (fully equipped with spare bedding). The kitchen is equipped with gas oven, hob & grill, microwave, kettle and toaster, and a medium size fridge with small freezer. There is always a spare gas canister on hand. There is WIFI in the accommodation and garden, a bluetooth speaker if like us, you can't live without music and Freeview television, should the glorious sunrises, the magnificent sunset evenings, and the star filled black night skies, fail to interest you! All bedding, towels, and tea towels are provided. Bring beach towels if you need them. Liquid soap, shower gel, and toilet roll are provided in the bathroom. In the kitchen there is sugar, tea, coffee, salt & pepper, but bring any other cooking ingredients you like to have around you. Washing up liquid is provided. We provide a small carton of milk, bread and butter so you can have a cuppa when you arrive and some toast in the morning, if you arrive late! Remember to bring any specific ingredients you require if you suffer from allergies! (Gluten/Lactose). Cleaning products are kept in the kitchen cupboard under the kitchen sink. There is a large, medium and small saucepan, a large and a small frying pan, spatulas and spoons, basic cooking knives, chopping boards, potato masher, sieve, bottle and can openers. Cutlery and crockery is also provided. The Spar shop is open from 6am to 8pm every day, so you can always pop down there for all the usual supplies. The Bottreaux Filling Station has a range of gluten free, rice crackers etc. and does an excellent fresh crusty loaf (if you get there early). The Farm Shop has meat and veg, delicious deli items and a plentiful variety of delicious cake! Guest access Private accommodation with decking and lawned garden area. Access and parking is at the top of the main drive directly in front of the accommodation. Ample parking for two vehicles, including one larger vehicle (camper). Other things to note Please shut the main gates securely behind you, on every entry and exit, thank you. (Rufus and Bertie our Cairn terriers AKA "The Hooligans" will always find a way out if they can, so we don't like to make it easy for them!). Julian is also a licensed private hire taxi driver - so should you wish to get picked up from a restaurant or night out, picked up or dropped off from/for a coastal path walk or should you be getting to North Cornwall by public transport and need help getting to Boscastle, please feel welcome to make contact regarding taxi service. We hope you are happy with what we offer and, we offer you our warmest welcome!
    The View lies on the South West Coastal Path, which offers 630 miles of stunning coastal walking over the entire length of Cornwall and beyond. The property is ocean facing, with no immediate neighbours, looking out to the Atlantic Ocean over the National Trust ancient Iron Age settlement of Willapark, the Boscastle Watch Tower and the ancient agricultural settlement of Forrabury Stitches, where evidence of a medieval way of farming remains in use today. More information Boscastle is the perfect Cornish coastal village, with a picturesque harbour, spectacular clifftops with panoramic sea views, great Cornish pubs offering local ales, live music most nights throughout the year, delicious food, a pottery, a good selection of gift and food shops, and the Witchcraft Museum. The Wellington Hotel has great food in the Long Bar, a Folk Night every Wednesday, quiz nights, afternoon open mic first Sunday of the month, and exhibitions by local artists in the upstairs gallery. The Cobweb has great food and a fabulous traditional pub atmosphere, with free live music every Saturday night, and take away pizza from the bar. The 16th century Napoleon Inn has great food, The Boscastle Buoys singing sea shanties every Tuesday night, live music on some Fridays, open mic nights, and darts nights. There are cafe's, restaurants, ice-cream parlours, a fish and chip shop, and a fudge shop offering delicious local artisan sweets and drinks. The farm shop on the edge of the village has great food and a fabulous view over Boscastle and the coast, and sells gifts and deli items. The majority of pubs, restaurants and shops are dog friendly. Perfectly placed for day trips, Tintagel, Port Isaac (Doc Martin film location) and Bodmin Moor are within easy reach by local bus or car. The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, and Charlestown are 1 hour away by car, and St Ives and Lands End are 1.5 hours. There are many stately homes and grand gardens to enjoy throughout Cornwall, and tiny fishing coves and deserted beaches to discover. Facing directly into the Atlantic Ocean the coastline from Bude to Newquay has some of the UK's best surfing beaches. Duckpool, Sandymouth, Northcott Mouth, Crooklets, Widemouth Bay, Crackington Haven, Trebarwith Strand, and Polzeath are all within an easy drive. THINGS TO DO Woodland walks through the Valency Valley. Visit Minster Church. The Witchcraft Museum. A boat ride from the harbour (check availability). Roughter, Bodmin Moor. All the coastal villages. Walk the South West Coast Path. Go surfing. Kayaking. Sit in the garden, watch the small birds in abundance and, on most days, the Buzzards soaring over head hunting. Enjoy the serenity, enjoy a BBQ and watch the ever changing and awe-inspiring sunsets settle over the horizon of the Atlantic Ocean, simply breathtaking. (all sunset photos in our gallery were taken from the property). You will find an information pack within the property containing details and offers for places of interests and events throughout the area and wider Cornwall - please feel free to keep this.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Amenities: Bed Linen & Towels, Dishwasher, DVD, toilet, 2 x TV, cooking hob, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, heating, High Chairs, king size bed, Wood burning fireplace, Towels, en suite bathroom, Bed Linen, Telephone, Washer dryer, Wireless Internet, Baby cot; Bathroom, Bedroom, Kitchen, WC
    GENERAL - 20 minute drive to the beaches at Crackington Haven, Widemouth Bay and Bude... - Freshly renovated 100 year old detached cottage - Set to one side of the country lane and farm entrance - Parking available for 1 car GROUND FLOOR - Living room comprising the ground floor with slate flooring and rural views - Modern well fitted kitchen is set to one side with dining furniture - Comfortable lounge seating arranged before an open stone fireplace with a woodburning stove UPSTAIRS - Double bedroom with kingsize bed and dual aspect overlooking the garden - En-suite shower room W.C with hand basin and heated towel rail GARDEN - Paved patio and tiered landscaped lawn bordered by a Cornish hedge on both sides - Garden continues to the front paved patio and small lawn enclosed by trellis fencing
    LOCAL AREA - Hallworthy 2 miles has a country pub and Marshgate 2.5 miles with its P.O store - Wainhouse Corner 5 miles has a pub, garage and P.O store. - Nearest beach is 7 miles away at Crackington Haven - Bude with its shops, restaurants, tennis courts and watersports is within a 30 minute drive - Boscastle and Tintagel are 7 & 10 miles respectively - Port Isaac famous for Doc Martin is within a 30 minute drive
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    Warbstow, Regne Unit

    Quirky, cute and with bags of history, Lynhay dates back to the 1600’s and has the additional distinction of once being a much-loved village pub, the Boscastle Arms. Today this lovely cottage has three bedrooms - two double, one with bunk beds - an integrated kitchen and cosy living space with log burner and a lovely sunny courtyard garden. A ten minute walk downhill leads you to Boscastle village with its stunning harbour, whilst a one minute walk uphill takes you to a local dining pub.
    The property retains a number of quirky and charming original features from 500 years ago. This includes the original beams throughout, slate floor downstairs, a ‘smugglers lookout’ window, a salting trough, and a very unusual hobbit door. In terms of more modern facilities, the living area has an integrated kitchen, with electric oven and hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, and fridge/freezer. The shower room has a walk in shower. There is a HD TV with an integrated Netflix account set up for exclusive guest use, a portable Bose Bluetooth speaker should you wish to listen to music, and a digital radio. The property uses ultra fast fibre broadband so watching films and streaming music should not be any problem. There is a modern electric radiator heating system in each room - this should ensure that it is never too hot, or too cold. The radiators are set remotely, but can be also turned up or down in the cottage. To stay snug in the lounge, there is log burning stove and a supply of wood. Each room also has an electric fan heater, should the weather drop toward freezing. Outside the property, there is a courtyard garden with a view over hills to the back. Guests have exclusive use of the garden, and the Weber kettle charcoal BBQ. Inside the outhouse there is a washing machine which guests can use for free and a clothes airer. Surfboards may also be stored in here. One small thing to remember is that the property is 500 years old, so you will need to duck through a couple of doorways. The Napoleon Inn is our favourite pub in the village, and luckily it is only one minute walk away up the hill. It has a great range of traditional Cornish ale and cider, and a good selection of reasonably priced wines and spirits. Other pubs in the village toward the harbour include the Cobweb Inn, and the Wellington. The Wellington has particularly good food and is a favourite of guests.
    Reasons to visit Boscastle: * The distinctive natural harbour. * Beautiful surrounding countryside and coastline, including the South West Coastal path. * Museum of Witchcraft * Associated with authors and artists, including Thomas Hardy, who was inspired by its remoteness and rugged beauty. * Abundant in wildlife, dramatic walks and historic features. * Great potteries, pubs, and art galleries. Things to do in Boscastle: The landscape, coastline and quaint old buildings are undoubtedly the biggest attraction of the local area. These are made all the more interesting with local potteries, art galleries and the Museum of Witchcraft. Also nearby is sacred site St Nectan’s Glen where the River Trevillet has created a magnificent 60 foot waterfall cascading into a beautiful valley. The area also has a number of gorgeous churches, most dating from Norman times and there are plenty of good walks into the beautiful countryside that start in the village. Surfing and beaches Boscastle has a small beach at low tide. Good for swimming. Bosinney Cove is a great surfing beach and five mins drive from the cottage. There are no lifeguards, and this is a beach to use outside of high tide. There is a 10 min walk down a track to get there. Crackington Haven is close - 10 mins drive - and has great surf, a decent beach at low tide, rock pools, caves and lifeguards. There are a couple of good cafes, a great pub, and parking is usually ok. Polzeath. A massive beach, with amazing surf, and lots of walks along the coastal path. Get there early. 20 mins drive away. As this is close to Rock (a posh spot) the cafes and pubs are a bit more expensive. Save money by taking a packed lunch with you, get there early and enjoy the beach. Low tide is best. Walking Following in the footsteps of famous Thomas Hardy by taking the path through the woods and up the valley to St Juliot’s Church. See the Old Rectory where Hardy stayed and met his sweetheart Emma whilst he was an architect working on the church tower For fantastic coastal views take the left hand path at the harbour that leads to a slate platform where out you can see the Boscastle ‘Blowhole’ an hour before or after low tide. The blow-hole beneath Pengally Point is often called Devil’s Bellows. It can be seen thumping and snorting an hour either side of low tide, blowing horizontal water across the harbour entrance if the conditions are right. You can follow the path up to the 300ft high Willa Park, where the National Coastwatch have a watch house. The Willa Park walk is doable with young children (we managed it with a four year old), and you may even see the ‘wild’ ponies who graze up by the watch tower. (Don’t worry, they are very friendly). The National Trust visitor centre by the harbour has an extensive gift shop, tea rooms and lots of local visitor information. About a mile out of Boscastle is a farm shop. This has a lovely cafe, and sells a range of great farm produce (meat, vegetables, breads, beer, cider, etc). It is also a fantastic point at which to start a walk as it adjoins the South West Coastal Path. The cafe displays a number of excellent circular walks of varying length.
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    Boscastle , Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Quirky stone built cottage set overlooking the village of Boscastle in North Cornwall. The cottage is a short walk away from the medieval Stitches and the Cornish Costal path on which you can walk westwards to Tintagel, Port Isaac etc or eastwards to Crackington, Widemouth Bay, Bude etc. The cottage has its own patio area with table and chairs, a small lawn to the side with washing line and off road parking space for one car. Neighbours are close by but not intrusive.
    Gard Cottage boasts views over the village of Boscastle but sits at the top of the village slightly off the tourist routes so enjoys a quiet location and an undisturbed peaceful retreat. This unspoilt area of the North Cornwall Coast boasts spectacular views and unrivalled chances to sea seals basking on the sands and seabirds aplenty. Walks of all levels of ability are abound and of course the village houses the world famous Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. Other nearby attractions include St Nectans Glen, Tintagel and its castle, Bodmin Gaol and Bude, with its 2 fantastic beaches and the recently built canal walkways. Nearby is Port Isaac where the TV series Doc Martin is filmed and slightly further afield you can visit Charlestown and many other locations from the recent Poldark TV series. The county is also home to the world famous Eden Project, old tin mines, the Minack Theatre and so many wonderful coves and beaches that you'll be spoilt for choice as to where to spend your time.
    Boscastle is a lovely village and the locals form a tight knit community who look out for eachother. All visitors are welcomed into the village and greeted warmly.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    A beautifully presented reverse level holiday home with sea views in the popular, picturesque village of Boscastle, a sheltered natural inlet with an unspoilt harbour village.
    Sarum is a reverse level property with an entrance into the first floor hallway leading into the large open plan living / kitchen / diner, with a large expanse of windows exposing fabulous views across the valley to the sea in the distance. Also on the first floor are a family bathroom and shower room while on the ground floor are four bedrooms and access to the patio garden. A detached garage is available to store bikes, SUPs, kayaks or boards about 20m down the road.The Elizabethan harbour of Boscastle is infamous for the floods of 2004 which devastated the village. Now it is once again picture perfect with a delightful selection of gift shops, public houses, cafes, restaurants and hotels. Boscastle has one of the most outstanding sections of the coast path with majestic promontories, crashing surf, secluded coves and long beaches with soft, golden sand. The stunning towns of Port Isaac, Rock and Padstow are a short drive to the west and are well worth a trip.AccommodationFirst floor: Enter into hallway with stairs leading down to the ground floor and doors leading to: Open plan living room, dining area and kitchen with west facing views across the valley, fully fitted kitchen and appliances, dining table, comfortable sofa and armchairs and a flat screen TV; Family bathroom with shower over, WC and hand basin. Shower room with WC and hand basin.Ground floor: Stairs lead to hallway with doors to: Master bedroom with 4'6" double bed and storage. Second bedroom with 4'6" double bed and storage. Bunk bedroom with 3' beds and storage. Single bedroom with 3' bed and storage.Exterior: Parking for 1 car in front of the property and a second space in front of the detached garage which is 20m down the road. There is a patio garden with table and chairs, sun loungers and a barbecue (charcoal not provided).Facilities & ServicesHeating is via the electric storage heaters. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, fridge / freezer and dishwasher, There is a washing machine in the shower room. The living room has a flat screen digital TV and DVD player. There is free unlimited WiFi at the property. There is a hair dryer, iron & ironing board.MiscellaneousElectricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included. You will need to bring your own beach towels. We regret that no smoking is allowed. Up to 2 well behaved medium sized dogs may stay at the property for the small additional cost of £40 per dog per week. Dogs must not be left unattended in the property. There is off road parking for 2 cars. There is a travel cot and high chair available upon request.General Booking InformationArrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.Short breaks are available during the quieter months of the year.£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Boscastle is a tiny harbour set in and around a narrow ravine, the village came into prominence most recently as a result of terrible floods in the summer of 2004 and featured in the two season BBC TV series ‘A Seaside Parish'. In the village there is a pottery, a museum of witchcraft a post office and general store, bakery, outdoor clothing store, National Trust shop and several other gift shops. A footpath to the left of the quayside will take you to the 'Lookout' which is a wonderful vantage point from which to view the rugged coastline and if the tide is at the right level, the Boscastle blow hole!. Boscastle was once a favourite meeting place of the author Thomas Hardy, and is the location for one of his novels 'A Pair of Blue Eyes'. Boat trips can be taken from the harbour as far as Long Island, where during the breeding season you may see razorbills, puffins & guillemots. There are numerous short and long walks from Boscastle to the surrounding countryside and coastal areas. Walking across Forrabury Stitches to the Harbour or along the coast to Tintagel as well as the demanding 7 mile coastal path walk between Boscastle and Crackington Haven. There are several attractions along this stretch of coast including Strangles beach at the bottom of a large landslip with a rock arch the Northern Door. Just south of here is High Cliff which is the highest point on the Cornish coast path. Don't forget to visit Pentargon inlet which has an imposing waterfall that cascades down to the sea below. The "Devils Bellows" is a horizontal blow hole at the mouth of Boscastle harbour which, at the right state of tide can blow halfway across the inlet. Boscastle was an active commercial harbour until the North Cornwall railway line was completed towards the end of the 19th century and vessels of up to 200 tonnes regularly navigated into the treacherous harbour as this was the only option over 40 miles of coastline.Trethevy is a delightful hamlet, equidistant from Boscastle and Tintagel and has a history which may well go back to 250 AD when a granite post was inscribed with C DOMI N GALLO ET VOLUS – ‘For the Emperor Caesars our lords Gallus and Volusian' this can now be found outside St Piran a former monastery and now private residence, Trethevy is also home to St Nectans Glen a beautiful valley where the River Trevillet has carved its way through the slate and formed a beautiful 60' waterfall.On Bodmin Moor, Dozmary pond is thought to contain Arthur's Excalibur, and Merlin is thought to be still found walking under Tintagel Island. Camelford is a great centre for touring, walking, fishing, swimming or surfing holidays. The town is steeped in history and has excellent shopping and sporting facilities. Port Isaac is the location of the television series Poldark and more recently Doc Martin, as well as being a gorgeous working fishing village. Bodmin Jail built in 1778, notorious for its public executions by hanging, was the first jail to be built housing inmates in individual cells. The Jail closed in 1927 and is now a museum open to the public, which during the First World War housed the Crown Jewels and the Doomsday Book. The famous Camel Trail follows the route of the old railway along traffic free paths for 18 miles, providing the whole family with a flat cycle route through Bodmin and Wadebridge, and out to Padstow where you can sample Rick Steins famous Fish and Chips. The market town of Launceston is the capital of Cornwall and well worth a visit to see the church of St Mary Magdelene, with granite carvings, unusual among Cornish churches.
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    Boscastle, Boscastle, Regne Unit

    We are renting our family house in the picturesque coastal village of Boscastle. The house is an end of terrace located within the residential and quite area of the village, a short walk away from the lovely and buzzing harbor. It is a simple but comfortable and fully equipped 2 bedrooms house with a large garden overlooking the hills of Valency Valley.
    The house is an end of terrace in a quite close with off street parking in the upper part of the village. It features two bedrooms upstairs, the main one with a double bed and the second with 2 singles (one child's bed is 160cm long and one is 140cm long). Downstairs is a open plan kitchen, dining room with 6 seats dining table and living room with a log burner and a four seat sofa.There is a large garden at the back with table and chairs, a swinging chair and a trampoline with lovely views over the valley. The garden has a 'right of way' that next door neighbor sometimes uses. Stair gate, cot and high chair available upon request.
    It is a quite residential area of the picturesque village of Boscastle, an unspoiled gem on the rugged north Cornish coast. The house is only 200 mtr from the coastal path leaving from Forrabury Church. Lovely are also the footpaths along the valleys.
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    Boscastle, Regne Unit

    Converted from a 200-year-old grain store, this two-bedroom ground floor apartment provides contemporary comfortable accommodation for 4 persons. 2 Hollowell House is situated in the heart of Boscastle with free parking, wi-fi Internet access.
    2 Hollowell House is situated in the heart of Boscastle, a strikingly beautiful village, on the north coast of Cornwall. The village is located on the South West coastal path with easy access to stunning beaches including the Strangles, Widemouth Bay, Crackington Haven and Polzeath. Tintagel known for being the home of King Arthur lies just south of Boscastle and the Eden project is less than an hour away by car. Boscastle is an ideal base whether you want a quiet relaxing holiday or prefer to enjoy the many activities available locally including excellent surfing beaches, breathtaking walks and horse riding. Furthermore, 2 Hollowell House is ideally situated for door step access to Boscastle's fine restaurants, traditional inns and tea rooms.
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    Boscastle, Regne Unit

    We have a barrel with a large communal garden, both equipt with their own private toilet and shower room. Private deck area to relax by night, leading to a pit fire area overlooking the stunning moorland view of Roughtor/Brown willy where the filming of Poldark/Doc Martin takes place. Prime location for all North Cornwall’s superb beaches. Ideal for small families,walkers,ramblers and people just wanting the quiet side of life.
    Please keep in mind these are camping pods/barrels there are cooking facilities ie BBQ’s and pit fire. An outside sink is also available.
    We have uninterrupted views of Roughtor with stunning sunrises and sunsets.Adjacent fields full of free roaming cattle and sheep.With numerous public footpaths allowing walks up hills and down to large expanse of water at Crowdy reservoir
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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    Moorland Sunrise
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    A small, family-run hotel/B&B, situated just a two minute walk from the centre of the historic market town of Camelford. We are situated on the A39 the Atlantic highway. The gateway to Bodmin moor which has a dark sky status. The Countryman is excellent place from which to explore Cornwall.
    Single room with separate bathroom. Room facilities include colour television, tea/coffee making facility, complimentary toiletries, fresh towels daily and a welcome folder with local tourist information and advice in each room.
    The Hotel is located on the edge of Camelford, and is just a short walk away from this picturesque historical market town. Camelford makes an excellent base from which to explore North Cornwall; we are only ten minutes drive from the spectacular Cornish Coastal Footpath and five from breathtaking Bodmin Moor.
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    Camelford, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, Regne Unit

    Total isolation away from the rigours of the world at the moment!!! Situated on a stunningly located farm, our shepherds hut looks out over the Atlantic ocean. We are off grid, offer a deep comfy double bed, goose down duvet, vintage welsh blankets, cosy log burner and your own personal shower room and kitchen diner.
    The hut is fully insulated with sheep wool and has a log burner to keep you extra toasty on cool evenings! From our fields you can access the wonderful southwest coast path allowing you some fantastic walks with spectacular scenery!
    Cornwall is all about fabulous countryside, spectacular views and a wildness and remoteness that is fast disapearing elsewhere. We like to think that our farm can offer you direct access to all of the above, along with a little bit of the comfort!!
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    Boscastle, Cornwall, Regne Unit

    Stay in our Luxury shepherds hut, relax in your own hot tub and visit our alpacas, 5 minutes from the beach, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with amazing views over a valley and to the Atlantic Ocean. All new bookings placed after 16 April 2020 with an arrival date after 1st August 2020, are protected by Master Cancel. This means that you can cancel, for any reason, between 60 and 2 days prior to arrival for a full refund.
    New for 2019, the Shepherds hut at Pencuke farm is one of 4 properties and has its own Jacuzzi hot tub. Sleeping up to 2 adults, 2 children and one large dog or 2 small/medium dogs (£25 per week or part thereof per dog), the hut has been custom built with luxury in mind. There is a king size bed, above which are two full size single beds. At the end of the bed there is a built in wardrobe space on one side, shelves on the other and four drawers below to give you plenty of room to unpack your clothes. So whether you want a romantic break for two or a great glamping experience for a family of 4, the shepherds hut won't disappoint. The living area can be used as a dining room, or simply push the table to the end of the bed and you have a lounge area where you can take in the scenery, light the wood burner or watch a film on the smart tv/dvd player. The handmade kitchen is fully equipped with granite work surface, Butler sink, gas oven, grill, hob, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, and fridge with freezer compartment. All crockery and utensils etc are provided. In the spacious shower room, you'll find a power shower with waterfall head. and separate hand held head, a proper toilet, sink, heated towel rail and shaving socket. Thinking of coming in the winter? Don’t worry, it has underfloor heating throughout, powered by our eco friendly biomass boiler and controlled by a nest smart thermostat so you have complete control. The hut is located in the corner of our camping field, it still feels private and has some of the best views on the farm. When the camping season finishes, you'll have the field o yourself with the nearest neighbours being the sheep in the adjacent field. Fee WiFi is included and all the sockets have USB ports to make charging your devices easier. Outside there is a gravelled area, with outdoor sofa, dining set and a fire pit that can be used to bbq on. There is plenty of parking in the main farm car park, just a short walk away. And you are welcome to use the guest barn where there is a communal pool table, table football, an honesty shop and pay per use washing machine and dryer. We have alpacas, sheep and chickens on the farm and usually a couple of pigs own the summer which you are welcome to visit at your leisure. Check our Pencuke Farm on social media for all the latest updates, As we are in a prime location to access some of Cornwalls best beaches, there is also a communal wetsuit wash area where you can also borrow body boards (subject to availability). We are located 5 minutes drive from Crackington haven beach in a North Cornwall, between Bude and Boscastle.
    Set in a quiet hamlet with stunning countryside and sea views, the farm is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and you can visit all the animals in your own time. we are easily accessible and makes a great base to explore Cornwall and North Devon.
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    Cabana


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    Bude, Regne Unit

    You’ll love my place because of the way it nestles in the valley side, a stroll from the picture-postcard Boscastle harbour, footpaths from the cottage lead through woods to the cliff path and will put you within walking distance of the sea and a traditional fishing harbour. Further along the coast path and you can discover many popular sandy beaches and sheltered coves which are perfect for surfing and sunbathing. perfect for couples and families. 2 Doubles, 1 Single bedroom.
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    3

    Boscastle, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    Honey Cottage
    Preu:€112/nit
    115 avaluacions
    Superhost
    My place, a perfect base for exploring North Cornwall just off the A39 is close to Bodmin Moor, the Camel Trail for cycling, the North Devon and Cornwall sections of the South West Coastal Path for hiking and Surfing Beaches like Polzeath and Bude. Easy access to famous locations from television like Port Isaac and Jamaica Inn. There are loads of amazing small farm shops and tea rooms as well as larger destinations like Padstow near by with Rick Steins fish and chips.
    The accommodation comprises one double bedroom, a lounge/dinner with freeview television and wifi. A fully equipped newly fitted kitchen with dishwasher. A brand new shower room with underfloor heating. The garden is large and enclosed with patio table and chairs. There is a driveway for off road parking and access to our field for guests with dogs. Also free eggs from our pet chickens (as pictured), and a cream tea on arrival, with enough milk, sugar and teabags to get you started. You'll love my place because of the amazing views up to Rough Tor, the easy access to the whole of North Cornwall and the enclosed garden suitable for dogs. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pets).
    The immediate neighbourhood is a small hamlet of around 10 houses and farms, and although the A39 runs through it, the area is very rural and surrounded be fields. Davidstow with its famous creamery is one mile to the east and Camelford with its free parking, shops, pubs and petrol station three miles to the west. Rough Tor is five miles away, the turning is on the left on the way to Camelford, Hilltop Cafe/Farm shop is two miles away, the turning is on the right on the way to Camelford.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Penrose is a peaceful 2 bedroom end terrace modern cottage in Boscastle at the top of the village. Ideal for those who want to explore Boscastle or to relax/unwind. A good base for the rest of North Cornwall. 5 mins walk to the Napoleon Inn and SW Coast Path and 10 mins walk down to main shops, pubs and the picturesque harbour. Short drive to great surfing beaches and many attractions for all ages. Welcome tray. Parking right outside the door.
    Penrose comfortably accommodates 2-4 people: Kitchen: Fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, Built in electric oven & hob, fridge freezer etc. Lounge Comfortable sofa and arm chair and dining table and chairs for 4. LCD TV/DVD, WIFI, Patio doors to lovely sunny private garden. Garden Pretty & private- sun trap garden- Lawn with shrubs and flowers. Patio with table and chairs for 4 people. Bedroom 1 Spacious with King size bed and adjoining bathroom with wash basin & WC Bedroom 2: On ground floor. zip and link superking size bed which can also be 2 singles. LCD TV. Adjoining shower room with Washbasin & WC. Heated towel rail
    Boscastle is a delightful village on the North Coast of Cornwall. Boscastle has a historic harbour, shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, stunning scenery and breathtaking views and walks. it is 3 miles away from KIng Authur's Tintagel & Castle-Tintagel is well known for King Authors castle and the new bridge is now open!!! Boscastle is an excellent base for exploring the rest of Cornwall and North Devon. Penrose is at the top end of the village in a quiet residential close within walking distance of the popular Napoleon Inn which serves delicious meals and ales. Boscastle is a walkers paradise!! There are many walks in and around the village for you to explore including the Valency Valley- (from the back of the car park, this beautiful walk leads up the valley to Minster church or St. Juliot Church- linked to Thomas Hardy) Also the South west coast path is 5 mins away with miles of walks with breathtaking scenery all along the dramatic coastline. Penrose is also within short drives of many lovely sandy beaches such as Crackington Haven, Widemouth Bay, Bude, Polzeath (all great for surfing) and Daymer Bay.
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    Boscastle, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Traveller’s Rest is a quiet, peaceful B&B situated in the beautiful countryside adjacent to Bodmin Moor. Perfect for a getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It's a great place to begin your exploration of the most exciting and interesting places Cornwall has to offer. We also have another Airbnb room available on the same property. Click here to see that listing: https://abnb.me/FffDN2KnHV
    If you're an astronomer or star gazer we are in a spot of less light pollution in the UK. On a clear night you may see the arms of the Milky Way or if you're fortunate a shooting star. If you love to hike, walk or explore you'll find no end of breathtaking places on our doorstep, Roughtor, The Cathedral of the Moors and many more.
    You will be hard pressed to find a more peaceful location in South West England. Ideal for hikers and those looking to take a break from a busy lifestyle. Beautiful country side walks, nearby rivers, short walk to the award winning village of Altarnun ( as seen in the tv show Doc Martin) and on top of all that around 20 minutes drive to the ocean, dramatic cliffs and surf spot. Additionally if you're a Poldark fan you'll find many of the filming locations are not too far away either.
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    Bungalou


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    Altarnun, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    In a quite beautiful and peaceful spot, close to some of the most spectacular sections of Cornwalls north coast, The Old Cider House is a luxurious conversion providing spacious accommodation for a couple with the added advantage of a lovely private garden.
    Located next door to the owner's farmhouse, this delightful conversion has just been completed and offers a truly peaceful place to stay in the North Cornwall area. It is a real treat for couples seeking romantic heaven. A spacious living room is made extra cosy by a traditional log burner sitting in the large inglenook fireplace and the sumptuous leather sofas. Upstairs the beautifully presented bedroom has french windows opening to a charming Juliet balcony from which guests will be treated to bird song from the neighbouring orchard. Outside you can enjoy a morning coffee on the patio or sunbathe in the private south facing garden. The Old Cider House is definitely a place to relax, unwind and revive the spirits.This stunning part of north Cornwall will delight visitors seeking an area of historical interest, beautiful scenery, spectacular walks and a warm Cornish welcome. The famous villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac are both within a short drive and there is nowhere more historic in Cornwall than Tintagel for those fascinated by Arthurian legends. Sandy beaches at Crackington and nearby Widemouth Bay are both great for surfing, but if you fancy a great escape, try the Strangles beach, often quiet even in the height of summer because of a steep path down the cliff. This area is a walker's paradise with some of the most dramatic (and challenging) sections of the south west coastal path from Port Isaac all the way up to Widemouth. Alternatively the wilds of Bodmin Moor are not too distant where you can scale the famous tors of Roughtor or Cornwall's highest point, Brown Willy.AccommodationGround Floor: The beautiful stable door opens into the spacious living room with leather sofas, inglenook fireplace and dining table with lovely wood flooring. A fully fitted kitchen looks out over the garden and the rolling fields beyond.First Floor: Upstairs is the delightful double bedroom with 5' double bed, pastel bed linen and large wardrobes. The gorgeous french windows open to the Juliet balcony and the skylights mean this is a light and airy bedroom in the warmer months, but with the open stairs and a roaring wood-burner, a gorgeous cosy place in winter. A well fitted bathroom adjoins with a bath and over bath shower.Exterior: A small patio is available immediately to the outside of the front door and the garden extends around the house. There is an outside table and a BBQ is available.Facilities & Services Heating is via an air source heat pump and the wood burning stove. The kitchen has a range of modern equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge with freezer compartment and dishwasher. The sitting room has a flat screen digital TV & SMART Blue-ray DVD player with Netflix, a CD & Radio. There is Superfast Wi-Fi at the property. There is an iron & ironing board.MiscellaneousElectricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. All wood is provided free of charge for the woodburner. Parking facilities are available for up to 2 vehicles. Regrettably no smoking or dogs are allowed. There is a cot & high chair available upon request.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Sunday.Short breaks are available during quieter periods.£150 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Between Bodmin and Bude, Crackington Haven lies a few miles from Boscastle and boasts a spectacular beach with some of the best surf in the county. A popular pub, a couple of charming tea rooms and a lovely woodland and coastal walk are also excellent reasons for a visit. Crackington Haven is on one of the most dramatic stretches of coastline in North Cornwall. The village itself is located in a very narrow valley with steep sides leading to a beach where beautiful sand is exposed at low tide. The beach is popular with surfers and the surrounding coastline is a huge draw for walkers. The cliffs are not only dramatic, but are also geologically fascinating. Immediately north of the beach is Pencarrow Point and a few hundred yards south is Cambeak headland. One mile south of Crackington Haven, High Cliff rises to 735 feet (224 m) with a sheer drop to the rocky foreshore. The surrounding area has beautiful countryside and nearby Bude has a full range of shops, pubs & restaurants. There are a whole range of beaches within a few miles drive along the coast as well. The landscape rises dramatically to the south onto the moors with more superb walking to be had - it really is a lovely place to visit and explore!Boscastle is one of the most picturesque villages in Cornwall, with a tiny natural port and coastal paths passing through superb unspoilt countryside, much of it owned by the National Trust. Browse the shops and enjoy some refreshment at one of many charming cafes in the village. Boscastle, situated on rugged North Coast of Cornwall, has an incredibly picturesque tiny natural port. Once a thriving port at the base of a ravine serving North Cornwall, the village now survives on its tourism industry. Unfortunately, the disastrous floods of 2004 damaged some historic properties, but Boscastle is most definitely up and running again now. The Witchcraft Museum, which re-opened in 2005, houses an extensive collection of related artefacts including a Dutch collection donated to the museum in 2000. There are many gift shops and cafe's in the village, as well as a pottery, with amazing coastal walks and views to each side of the valley. On the north side of the harbour at Penally Point is a natural blow hole, which at low tides with enough swell sends plumes of water high into the air. There is a fabulous 7 mile walk between Boscastle and Crackington Haven which is extremely popular, although it is quite a testing length of coastline. Many sites of interest surround Boscastle with lots to explore. Nearby Tintagel and a ruined castle heralds myths of King Arthur, with Camelford rumoured to be Camelot of old.Widemouth Bay is a varied and interesting beach with a long open bay. At the northerly end of Widemouth there is a large sandy area that becomes more exposed as the tide drops and to either side of this the sand gives way to some fantastic rock formations. The beach is ideal for families, whether you wish to swim, sunbathe, surf or hunt for marine life in the hundreds of rock pools. Lifeguards are present during the season. These are some of the best beaches in Cornwall so don't miss the chance to try your surfing or 'boogie' boarding skils. There are a number of surf schools in the area. For Walkers and Cyclists the area is full of superb routes and Bude lies at the centre of the most dramatic stretch of the South West coastal footpath. There are numerous local villages and landmarks to explore and much of the area ia a nature lovers paradise.Bude is a popular resort for families and surfers, boasting spectacular sandy beaches and some of the best waves in the county. The town, located close to the border with Devon, is filled with shops, restaurants, pubs and even a local theatre. Bude is Cornwall's most northern town and has been a favourite seaside resort since Victorian times. The coastal scenery surrounding the beaches of Bude are quite beautiful. There is a huge amount of bird life for the dedicated twitcher and some wonderful walks along the cliff tops. Along the coast is Sandy Mouth which is ideal for families due to its lovely sand and numerous rock pools. Morwenstow, which is a little further towards Devon is just south of Henna Cliff. The cliff is the highest in Cornwall and has a sheer drop down to the sea. From here you can see across to South Wales. The centre of Bude has a theatre, concerts, dances and fetes, as well as other events throughout the season. There is a new Visitors Centre in the Crescent car park which has an extensive display by the North Cornwall Heritage Coast and Countryside Service including a children's area. There is a weekly Cornish Furry Dance and an annual Carnival Week. Bude is also home to a popular jazz festival which takes place every year in August.
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    Crackington Haven, Crackington Haven, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera1 llit
    The Old Cider House
    Preu:€49/nit
    16 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Character property sleeps 6 with private parking for 2 cars
    1887 Grade II listed cottage in a traditional Cornish village. Full of character & charm, beautifully decorated and furnished. Only three minutes walk to the famous picturesque Elizabethan harbour, village centre and traditional pubs. The Cottage has secluded gardens with views over a wooded valley. Light and airy home situated in the heart of this beautiful old traditional Cornish village. This is our family holiday home (please allow that it is not a rental property so there are a few personal possessions in the home, but won't be in your way). We have body boards, Children's wetsuits, buckets and spades available. The nearby beaches at Crackington Haven, Trebarwith Strand and Polzeath are perfect for surfing and sun bathing. Cottage Facilities: two-storey Victorian cottage offers:- Stylish bathroom (ground floor) with comfort underfloor heating, bath, power shower and WC, plus separate WC (also downstairs) -lounge offers; WiFi, Sky TV, DVD, music centre and a selection of books and board games are available - separate dining room. - modern kitchen, with flip-down dvd, fully equipped, with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher - utility room with washing machine/dryer - enclosed lawned gardens with garden furniture - bed linen and towels, central oil fired heating. - traditional open coal/log fire and kitchen wood burning stove with ample wood supply The property benefits from private parking for 2 cars. Private parking in Boscastle is quite rare and street parking impossible for most of the year throughout the village. Many other rental properties don't mention parking because it can be problematic if they don't have their own (which most don't). The property is located just off the historic centre of the village with its castle mound and picture book cottages.Nearby traditional pubs, full of character and serving great food together with village shops from the mystical to the village bakery are all within a few minutes walking distance.
    Boscastle:- Picturesque harbour and village on the north Cornish coast - Dramatic coastline, sheltered valleys and ancient woodland - Variety of footpaths to explore. The village lies within a conservation area most of amongst some of the most beautiful countryside within the British Isles, and is one of the few remaining unspoilt harbour villages in Cornwall. Designated an area of outstanding beauty. The harbour area is under the stewardship of the National Trust. An excellent base for touring the area, all of Cornwall or north Devon. The Atlantic Coast offers a wide range of holiday attractions. This is an area with plenty to see and do. The whole of Cornwall can be easily discovered from this base including mythical Tintagel with the legends of King Arthur, the fishing villages of Port Isaac (Doc Martin). Rock and Padstow (Rick Stein) are perfect for a cream tea and the surfing resorts of Bude, Polzeath and Newquay are all within a short drive. Further nearby attractions include the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Crealy Adventure Park, Blue Reef Aquarium, Jamaica Inn and Lanhydrock House.
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    3

    Boscastle, Cornwall, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera4 llits
    Sea Captain's Cottage
    Preu:€162/nit
    73 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Sleeping up to 8 people plus cots and up to 4 dogs. Skyber barn at Pencuke Farm is ideally located for exploring Cornwall, just 5 minutes from the beach and guests can also make the most of the farm and visit our animals such as the alpacas and sheep. All new bookings placed after 16 April 2020 with an arrival date after 1st August 2020, are protected by Master Cancel. This means that you can cancel, for any reason, between 60 and 2 days prior to arrival for a full refund.
    Skyber Barn dates back to the 19th century, but was converted just recently. Built of Cornish stone, it has a wealth of striking features such as exposed stone walls and typical of a quality barn conversion, has beautiful oak framed windows and is centrally heated throughout. It offers spacious accommodation with a particularly good open plan layout downstairs for entertaining. Upstairs Skyber Barn can sleep up to 8. It has three bedrooms - 1 ensuite double bedroom with a king size bed, 1 double bedroom and 1 bedroom with 2 bunk beds. The downstairs consists of a useful entrance hall with painted stone walls and a utility area with fridge freezer. The hallway leads through to a large open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen (26ft by 22ft) with a beautiful oak floor, feature fireplace with electric VR fire, and high quality furniture. The kitchen is well equipped with oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge (an additional Fridge freezer in the entrance hall) and washing machine. There is a tumble dryer in our laundry room, which is coin operated and available to all guests. The lounge area is equipped with a smart television, iphone speaker dock, DVD player and Xbox 360. There is also an electric fire with vr simulated flames. The stairs take you up to the first floor where an open landing has doors leading to all 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a stair gate at the top and bottom of the stairs. The 21ft main double bedroom has exposed roof trusses, king size bed, tv, plenty of space for an additional cot and an ensuite shower room, with toilet and sink. Bedroom two has also been set out as a double bedroom. The third bedroom has two sets of bunk beds for up to 4 people, exposed roof trusses and a painted stone wall. The family bathroom has a panelled bath, over the bath rain shower, toilet, sink and heated towel rail. All mattresses are of good quality and duvets and pillows are luxurious feather. The Bed linen and fluffy white towels are fresh from a professional linen provider. Skyber Barn has use of a lawn area just outside the door and a further larger shared lawn area near to the cottage, ideal for exercising dogs and playing games. There is also a fantastic BBQ terrace, that is shared with other cottages and enjoys stunning views over the countryside and out to sea. Next to the bbq terrace is the games room, with Pool table and table football. There is also a small honesty shop. Dogs are charged at £25 each per stay. payable on arrival in cash.
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    3

    Bude, Regne Unit

    Amenities: Bed Linen & Towels, Washing Machine, DVD, toilet, double bed, cooking hob, oven, microwave, fridge, satellite TV, heating, Towels, BBQ grill, Bed Linen, Pets are welcome, Wireless Internet; Bathroom, Bedroom, Kitchen, WC
    GENERAL - Moorland location with direct access to Bodmin Moor... - Granite built, single storey detached studio barn - Perfect for those who wish to get away from it all - Moorland views and walks on the doorstep - Bodmin Moor has been awarded Dark Sky Landscape status and is an ideal location for stargazing - Parking for one car GROUND FLOOR - Useful porch with cloaks area - Open plan, split level living room with exposed cross beams - Neatly fitted kitchen / dining area with a quarry tiled floor; freezer space can be made available on request - Wide curtained archway and one step leads up to a comfortable two seater sofa and a pine framed double bed - Shower room W.C. with hand basin and heated towel rail - The well insulated property is heated via night storage and portable electric heating - Views from the double glazed windows over the garden across to open moorland in every direction. GARDEN - Level lawn and gazebo to the side of the property for the visitors sole use - Dogs will need to be kept under control since animals wander the moor freely
    LOCAL AREA - St Breward, 1.5 miles, has a parish church, village store, and the 11th century Old Inn; Cornwall's highest pub - Wadebridge, Bodmin and Camelford have an array of shops, pubs, restaurants and sports centre within a 15 minute drive - Nearest beaches are about 10 miles. - Both the North and South coasts can be reached in half an hour by car as well as the Eden Project - Locally there are excellent walks, cycle trails, fishing and pony trekking available - Colliford Lake Park with nature trails and lakeside walks is approximately 20 minutes away
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    Saint Breward, Regne Unit

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