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 from a small courtyard, 11 steps up to door (5'2" lintel) to the apartment. Step up into kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with oil-fired Rayburn (lit October to Easter for extra cosiness). Living room with woodburner, sloping roof trusses and TV/DVD. Two bedrooms - a double (footboard), and one with two singles; bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). At ground level, huge slate-floored utility room (washing machine).
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.
All on one floor. Two bedrooms: a double and a twin plus bathroom with bath, hand shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with Rayburn and dining area. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Separate utility area accessible from external courtyard.