We are a unique hamlet of holiday cottages, with superb coarse fishery, set in 17 acres with wonderful views over rolling Cornish countryside.
Handicapped people welcome2 bedrooms
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, country side, lake, fantastic sunset
- Children welcome
- Setting : Picturesque, Natural
- Lake at 330'
- Horse riding, Fishing
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Our holiday cottages and coarse fishery are located on Bodmin Moor, between the picturesque villages of Blisland and St Breward, with easy access to the superb North Cornish Coast including Wadebridge, Padstow and Newquay. Seven self catering cottages thoughtfully converted from traditional stone barns retaining many original features including stone walls and exposed beams.
Interior Former Farm with View: panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, ...
Exterior Holiday lettings in Setting: picturesque, natural
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location Converted property 57473
Bodmin Moor is a unique upland where more than 10,000 acres of unspoilt open moor has provided unfettered grazing for ponies, sheep and cattle for more than 6000 years. The sense of freedom that comes from being amongst this remote and most beautiful of areas adds to the richness of the holiday experience and makes a startling contrast with the nearby North Cornish Coast. Tranquil, remote and romantic, the ancient moor is a timeless place where it is easy to find peace away from the modern world. Climb the summit of Brown Willy and you have literally left the 21st Century behind. The rugged boulder-strewn tors have changed little over the centuries. The sense of freedom and the fascination with the wildlife, particularly to those who lead busy city lives, is immediately striking. The closest village is St Breward. Located right on the edge of Bodmin Moor, it provides the perfect retreat for families with many great places for a picnic, and endless amounts of freedom for children and dogs! In complete contrast to the moor, yet so readily accessible, the superb North Cornish Coast offers everything you would expect from one of the most spectacular coastlines in the country; rugged cliffs, intimate sandy coves, sheltered harbours, fishing villages and beautiful open beaches. Tintagel, Port Isaac, Boscastle and Padstow are all within a gentle thirty minute drive.
Location AccessHouse St Breward
We are located on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, above the ancient Delphy Bridge between the villages of Blisland and St Breward. We live on site, so we'll be here to meet all arrivals to allow access.