On a 160 acre working farm (cattle, sheep) which you’re welcome to wander, ½ mile from St Endellion, 1½ by footpath from Port Isaac and 1 from a pub, a lovely old granite farmhouse (13th cent. origins) with thick stone walls, leaded-light mullioned windows and slate sills. We let half the farmhouse (shared with the friendly owners) and a neat, first-floor apartment in the west wing. 'Doc Martin' scenes were filmed here. At the front, a shared lawned garden (picnic bench, barbecue) with trampoline and swing (your risk). Access over 500 yards of rough hardcore lane. Spring water. Good value accommodation in a very popular area the farmhouse has a private side garden, from which 3 steps down to kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with oil-fired Rayburn for extra cosiness. Step up to living room looking to garden and fields beyond, with TV/DVD, table/chairs and woodburner. Loo. Stairs from kitchen up to three bedrooms - a big roomy double, an equally big double plus single, and a room with 4' bed; shower-room; separate loo. Lovely long rural views from upstairs.
St Endellion: hamlet with superb church (famous music festivals in August and at Easter), 1½ miles from the sea at Port Isaac. Port Quin, hamlet at the head of a ‘fjord’ (beautiful walks), 3 miles; Polzeath and Rock, 5.
Three bedrooms: two double bedrooms and a double with an extra single bed, plus a family shower room with shower, basin and WC. Separate cloakroom with basin and WC. On the ground floor kitchen with Rayburn and dining area. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Cloakroom with basin and WC.