Bude 9 miles.
Discover this handsome, detached house resting on the outskirts of rural Holsworthy.
Surrounded by green fields yet close to the coast and beaches of North Cornwall.
Silver Crooks is a comfortable retreat for a group of six.
Head inside to find a welcoming, living space with smart sitting room, kitchen and separate dining room for those formal dinners.
At the rear is a sunny conservatory, a quiet spot to begin your day with coffee and a newspaper.
A quarter turn staircase leads to the first floor and three restful bedrooms all with wonderful rural views.
There's a family bathroom on this floor too, holding a bath and separate shower, so you can freshen up or relax with a long soak.
Spend your summer mornings waking up to breakfast on patio or play with the little ones on the lawn.
Dunsdon National Nature Reserve provides a great spot to explore when you want to get out for some fresh air, or for those more adventurous, try a new watersport a little further northward at Upper Tamar Lake with Tamar Lakes Activity Centre, offering kayaking, canoeing and much more.
For younger ones a day out to nearby attractions The Big Sheep and The Milky Way adventure park.
Cyclists will love the Tarka Trail and there's convenient bike and kayak storage available onsite.
Enjoy walking along the South West Coast Path and head to the bustling town of Bude where a host of eateries and shops await you along with two beautiful beaches (one dog friendly), perfect for catching those waves on a surfboard.
If you’ve never surfed before then there are several surf schools here and an expert will show you the ropes, or for those who prefer a more relaxing activity, take a dip in the Bude Sea Pool.
Head down the coast to the village of Tintagel which has its own castle to explore as well as being said to be the birthplace of the mythical King Arthur, with an incredible monument atop a cliff perfect for capturing a holiday snap.
Create wonderful memories in Devon and Cornwall from the comfort of Silver Crooks.