A cosy hideaway for two, this sympathetically converted barn offers spacious accommodation, plenty of original charm and an unbeatable rural setting.
Situated less than a 10-minute walk from the South West Coast Path, which takes you into the heart of Boscastle harbour, this property is ideally located to make the most of the local area. There are a number of circular walks available from your doorstep, while a short drive will bring you to a host of long sandy surfing beaches, sheltered coves and picturesque fishing villages including Doc Martin’s famous Port Isaac. Nearby attractions also include King Arthur’s Tintagel, Launceston Steam Railway, National Sea Life Aquarium and numerous National Trust properties and gardens.
Step across the wooden bridge that brings you to the front door of this charming property and walk into the impressive open plan kitchen/diner and lounge. Featuring vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and ceiling trusses, slate floors and French windows opening out to a Juliet balcony, this is a stunning space. In the kitchen area, you will find a cooker, fridge with ice box and microwave. A table and chairs sits in the French window, while the sitting area beyond features comfortable leather sofas, an electric wood burner a TV/DVD with Freeview, perfect for relaxing evenings in. Step downstairs and you’ll find the cosy bedroom, which adopts an alpine style with exposed beams and woodwork. Here there is a king-sized be. There is a stylish fully-tiled en-suite wet room style shower room with WC.
Outside there is shared use of large lawn gardens and outside seating, the perfect spot for enjoying an evening drink while admiring the breath-taking views with your furry friend.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.