Quiet rural location a half mile walk to the village convenience store, pub, cafe and butchers of friendly St.Teath. The White Hart serves great food, and is child and pet friendly.
The cottage is a delightfully converted stone and slate barn, all on one level, with some original features, exposed beams and stone work inside. Fully refurbished by the new owners in 2015 to a high standard.
- 1 double ensuite bedroom,
- 1 twin bedroom,
- 1 bunk bed room,
- Lovely refitted kitchen with full set of appliances, and large kitchen table seats 8,
- family bathroom, with bath and shower over,
- large sitting / dining room with exposed stone walls and patio doors. TV, freeview, wifi, DVD player, chromecast and games cupboard. 2 sofas and circular swivel love seat. Dining table and 6 chairs.
- spacious enclosed garden with traditional dry stone walls sheltering a terrace part way up the grassy slope, with steps to a flatter grassy area at the top with plenty of room to play and elevated countryside views. Large rattan table and 6 chairs, bbq, sun loungers and covered arbour seating. Buckets, spades and fishing nets provided for the beach.
The property is less than 2 miles to the sea. This North Cornwall section of the South West Coast Path makes for spectacular walking past wonderful beaches, villages, Atlantic breakers and rugged scenery. This is the heart of Poldark Country! Also on the doorstep of rugged Bodmin Moor, for walking and pony rides.
The historic fishing village of Port Isaac, where Doc Marten is filmed, is about a 12 minute drive. Michelin Star chef Nathan Outlaw has two restaurants there. Port Gaverne is next to it, with it's safe beach and the award winning Port Gaverne Hotel.
We are also close to Port Quinn for kayaking and coast-steering, and Lundy Bay for rock pooling and checking out the caves. The Eden Project is about a 40 minute drive towards the South Coast. King Arthur's castle at Tintagel is not far, and St.Necktans Glen with it's woodland walk through to a spectacular Waterfall is worth a visit.
A number of beaches are within easy reach, including body boarding, rock pooling and surfing at beaches like Trebarwith Strand and Polzeath, and flat expanses of family and dog friendly sand and dunes at Rock and Daymer Bay. Apart from the beach, Rock is famous for it's watersports, yacht club and many fantastic dining options.
Cornwall Crealy adventure park is close, for an action packed day with the kids.
Padstow, the popular harbour town, made especially famous by Rick Stein, is close and can be reached from Rock via the much loved short ferry ride over the Camel Estuary, or by the easy cycle along the Camel Trail from Wadebridge.
Close by is the famous St.Enodoc links course with undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots and spectacular sea and estuary views. Many additional courses like Bowood surround.
Wadebridge is a nearby small town with a traditional cinema, and variety of shops. Wine lovers should visit the Camel Valley Vineyard to try their award wining wines and see how they're made.
Also don't miss the fudge, pasties, ice cream and fish & chips when in the area!