2 miles from Tintagel and 2 from Boscastle, an upside down cottage, one of a small group of cottages converted from barns amidst fields in the hamlet of Halgabron. Private lawn to the front and large shared grassy area with picnic table, enclosed pond and views down the valley to the sea. You can walk to the sandy cove of Bossiney Haven via a long, steep, rocky valley footpath.
Inside, hall with big cupboard (washing machine, freezer). Three bedrooms - two double, one with sea views, and a bunk room (no clothes-hanging space). Bathroom (suite, shower over bath) and separate loo (washbasin). Stairs up to large open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, electric cooker) with TV/DVD/Blu-ray, woodburner and balustrades from both the seating and dining areas, making the most of great sea views. A lovely area to explore and discover the magical coastline steeped in history and legend.
Tintagel: very famous (King Arthur legends) with tremendous coast cliffs, coves, caves, sand and romantic castle/monastery ruins on a windswept headland. Boscastle, 4 miles; Trebarwith Strand (surfing beach), 3; Port Isaac, 7; sailing, other watersports and good golf (St Enodoc) at Rock, 12.
Over two floors: Three ground floor bedrooms, 2 x double bedrooms, 1 x adult sized bunk bedded room. Bathroom with bath, shower, WC and washbasin. Separate WC and washbasin. First Floor: Open plan living area with sitting area with wood burning stove, fitted kitchen and dining area.
Camelford 6 miles; Wadebridge 12 miles. Tintagel, home of the legendary King Arthur’s Castle, whose ruins dominate the cliffside just outside the village, is a popular tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by the sea, rocky coves and stunning scenery. Beautiful
Trebarwith Strand is close by and Bossiney Cove is within 10 minutes walk. Surfing is the main attraction for those who love the water. Tintagel has several pubs and restaurants and the Old Post Office (National Trust) is a must. For the energetic, the SW Coast Path passes through the village and in both directions it winds its way along the cliffs and down to the water’s edge through dramatic countryside. Head north along the path and in 2.5 miles is the beautiful village of Boscastle with its quaint quay and village pubs for refreshment. Further afield are the surfing meccas of Newquay and Bude, with their resort attractions, while the open spaces of Bodmin Moor, the Eden Project, Padstow and the Camel Estuary are all within a 40-minute drive.
This property offers the following short breaks: