About the property FORMER HOME OF SIR FRANCIS DRAKE This 500 year old historic house was formerly the official residence of the former Mayors of Bossiney including Sir Francis Drake and was also the home of the famous playwright and broadcaster J. B. Priestley. With some lovely views over the coastline you will be a 10 minute stroll to the beach as well as the local shop and pub serving good food. An ideal base for a relaxing holiday enjoy some wonderful cliff-top walks and sheltered coves. Perfectly placed for touring Cornwall there are some popular attractions within a short drive and these include Newquay Sealife Centre Launceston Steam Railway The Eden Project and the ruined castle at Tintagel which is steeped in Arthurian legends. The accommodation retains much of its original charm and character with exposed beams and slate floors and many rooms enjoy sea glimpses and offers FOUR bedrooms: 2 doubles and 2 twin zip-and-links which can be made up as a double on request (2 steps down to both twins and 1 double). Bathroom: with bath and WC. Shower room: with WC. Lounge: reached via a step down with TV DVD and open fire. Dining area. Reception room: with woodburner. Kitchen: reached via a step down with range cooker fridge/freezer dishwasher and microwave leading to conservatory with seating and views. Reception room. Utility room: downstairs with washing machine and tumble dryer and separate WC. Outside: enclosed garden area with patio seating and small BBQ. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen electric Wi-Fi towels and central heating included. 2 dogs welcome. Location: beach 10 minute walk shop and pub walking distance. Arrival: 4.30pm.
Tintagel (1ml NE), North Cornwall
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