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Stunning location... Cosy cottages on our mini working farm, a perfect base for your holiday in Cornwall.
Only 3/4 walk into Padstow, 4 miles by road, close to sandy beaches.
A selection of pubs and restaurants 1/2 mile, 1 mile and 1.5 miles away.
Excellent footpaths / walking area.
Heated indoor swimming pool (seasonal) and games room. 14' trampoline. Superb children's play areas including climbing frame and large play tractor. Join in animal feeding most days in season.
Near Padstow, on a farm, south facing garden and open log fire. Seasonal heated pool, Easter to end of October. Hot tub, £100 additonal charge. Animal feeding and play areas.
£100 returnable deposit payable by card directly to owner pre arrival.
One of six converted barns in the hamlet of Trevorrick, near St Issey and overlooking the little Petherick Creek which runs into the Camel Esturay.
An attractive very spacious single storey cottage converted from the old milking parlour.
The cottage has a stable door leading into a separate kitchen area, overlooking the gardens. which is fitted in white country-style units with modern black slate effect work surfaces and attractive pale blue and lime splash back tiling. The kitchen is well equipped with a fan-assisted ceramic hob cooker with separate grill, microwave and fridge/freezer, and all the things you may need down to items such as a cafetiere and garlic press. Feature lighting is provided by an overhead bright LED 4 spot bar and under cupboard lighting over the worktops. Crockery is is a timeless Poole pottery design.
An arched opening leads into the living room with barn oak laminate floor and a Cornish slate wood burning open fireplace. The large oak farmhouse table seats 6. Children enjoy sitting in the window seat. The attractive painted dresser contains plenty of board games and there are comfortable leather sofas.
Double glazed French doors open onto a southerly aspect fenced garden, with views over rolling fields and the Little Petherick creek valley. The patio can be lit at night by an outside light.
Private for this cottage only - Hot tub, £100 charge, for use by adults and children over 12 only.
The large master bedroom has a king size iron framed bed with a thick mattress. It can accommodate an extra single bed (small additional charge). The furniture is matching hand crafted solid wood in a Provence shabby chic style. This bedroom also has a vanity unit.
The second bedroom has twin beds and has painted furniture.
The spacious bathroom/wc has a quality Mira thermostatic mixer shower over the bath, and heated towel rail.
Full central heating included in the price at any time of year.
Heated indoor swimming pool and games room. Both the pool and games room are only open from the start of the Easter school holidays to end of October half term.
14' trampoline. Superb children's play areas including climbing frame and large play tractor. Join in animal feeding most days from Easter until the end of October. Friendly ducks and hens, guinea pigs, miniature Shetland ponies, kune kune pigs, goats and a small herd of Dexter beef cattle - the perfect smallholders breed. Lambs to bottle feed, and baby chicks to hold according to season.
What's inside - All of our cottages at Trevorrick have been furnished and equipped to a high standard. They are independently quality assessed by Visit England - 4 Stars GOLD Kitchen: Full size electric cooker (with hob, grill and oven), fridge with separate freezer compartment, kettle, toaster, microwave, cafetiere and all the plates, pots, pans and utensils you are likely to require. Tea towels (x2) are provided. We provide consumables such as kitchen rolls, washing up liquid and dish cloths as "starters" only. TV/DVD, Superfast broadband. A high chair and/or booster seat are normally available - please request when booking. Bedrooms: Beds have duvets with coordinated covers, sheets and pillow cases provided and are made up for your arrival. Cots (but not bedding) are proved free of charge subject to availability, if requested when booking. A travel cot is provided in Owls Roost, Lily Pad and Credis View. Bathrooms have quality modern bathroom suites, including baths with thermostatic showers over running on high pressure mains water, heated towel rails and shaver points. Towels are available to hire if required. We provide consumables such as loo rolls as "starters" only. Heating: All cottages are centrally heated by radiators in bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms and bathrooms. Log burning open fires. We provide the first basket of logs free of charge. We can generally supply any other baby equipment that you may need (eg. baby bath, bouncy cradle, pushchair, back carrier etc). Please enquire before your holiday commences if you require any particular item. For older children, we endeavor to provide a selection of toys and books in the cottage, suitable for the age of your child. Again please ask if you require any particular type of toy. Washing: The 'Wash House' contains local tourist information, and a coin operated washing machine and tumble drier. Outside is a rotary clothes dryer.
Internal area: 30m2
Padstow is situated on the west side of the Camel estuary in North Cornwall and is an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful bays, beautiful golden beaches and stunning holiday cottages to rent. With the main town centered around the harbor and the countless restaurants and eateries (including Paul Ainesworth’s No 6 and Rick Stein’s fish & chips, and his famous seafood restaurant), many people come for a self-catering cottage holiday in Padstow but end up eating out for every meal – and we can’t blame them.
Even if you’re not a foodie, a cottage holiday in charming Padstow has so much to offer for those who want to burn energy and those who want to relax – or a bit of both. The mouth of the Camel River at Padstow is the start and end point of the 18 mile Camel Cycle trail connecting Padstow to Wadebridge which is smooth surfaced and mostly level & traffic free – a real family favourite. Padstow is also a great jumping on/off point for the South West Coast path and is a popular place to take a day and night’s rest from the hike in a cosy holiday cottage, before returning to the trail which covers much of this stretch of coastline.
Close to Padstow and our holiday cottages for you there is much on offer. In less than a five-minute drive from your cottage you can be relaxing on one of seven golden sandy beaches, or out in the water, rock-pooling, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing or surfing the waves of Cornwall, on your own or with one of the local surf schools in Padstow. And on the water who could forget to mention fishing in Padstow – a town famed for its seafood. Fishing in Padstow is full of opportunity, whether you’re casting off from the shore or the rocky headland, or hitching a ride on one of the many daily sea fishing trip boats leaving from Padstow harbor. Still out on the water, you can take a thrilling white knuckle speedboat ride out to the open ocean, hurtling past rugged Atlantic cliffs on a short but memorable ride. For a more sedate ocean voyage, a ferry operates from Padstow to the village of Rock across the river, popular with the stars and even royalty and a great place to start for even more Cornish coastal walking opportunities. Padstow town also houses a wonderful museum which offers a family friendly insight into the last few formative centuries in Padstow’s history and its place in the history of Cornwall.
Every day of your cottage holiday in Padstow could be as relaxing or adventure packed as you like – but whatever you choose to do we’re sure you’ll return thoroughly satisfied every night to your holiday cottage in Padstow!View more about Padstow
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This was our first farm stay and a half term treat for our girls (aged 1 and 5). The cottage was beautiful and had everything we needed including, toys, games and books to keep the girls entertained. The rooms were lovely and even though a cot is provided we elected to take our travel cot for our fussy sleeper. There was plenty of room to fit the cot in the main bedroom with us. The owners were kind enough to provide fresh eggs from the farm and there is a local milkman to order from as well. We didn’t use the hot tub but it is situated immediately outside the cottage on the patio so really convenient and could be used without worrying about being too far from the children. The farmstay element of our trip was lovely the girls got to sit in the tractor and press some of the levers and buttons as well as feeding the animals and holding the guinea pigs. The views from the farm are stunning looking across the fields to Padstow. There are also several climbing frames and grass areas for the children - make sure you pack wellies. The surroundings are very peaceful and relaxing, the owners are friendly, helpful and welcoming, they can advise on walks, beaches and local attractions. We are already thinking about when we can go back.