Crackington, Cornwall Cottages
Set amid rolling cornish countryside, Cobble Cottage has been lovingly refurbished to a high standard, with much care and attention taken to preserve its original features. At the same time it provides all the mod cons you'd expect resulting in a welcoming and homely feel at any time of the year. The interior is well planned, light and comfortable with fabulous details such as an original inglenook fireplace and antique pine beds. Stepping outside you'll find a pleasant sunny patio area immediately outside the front door and a small, separate garden, accessed from the parking area.
All the above, plus a great location, make this a great option for a small family or small group wanting to get away from it all on a short break or longer.
Entrance hallway with slate flagstones.
Living Room with two sofas, TV/Blu-Ray player, slate flagstone floor, beamed ceiling and original inglenook fireplace containing a wood burning stove.
Country-style Kitchen/Dining Area with hand-built wooden units, range cooker, slimline dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and scrub-topped pine table/chairs.
Bedroom One with Victorian pine double bed (4ft 6), corner cabinet and fine views.
Bedroom Two with twin beds and fine views.
Family Bathroom with independent shower over bath.
Enclosed, paved, 'courtyard' garden area immediately outside the front door with Weber barbecue. Further, separate garden with picnic table and benches. NB this is accessed from the parking area and not directly from the cottage.
A short drive away is the rugged beauty of the the north cornish coast with its wonderful cliff top walks along the South West Coast Path between Boscastle (with its ancient harbour) and Crackington Haven and beyond. Don't miss the mythical and dramatic cliff top ruins of Tintagel Castle (legendary birthplace of King Arthur). You'll find the coastline peppered with picturesque fishing harbours and sandy beaches, ideal for swimming, sailing and surfing.
For shopping and sightseeing, the historic market town of Launceston is twelve miles away, while the edge of Bodmin Moor is around 10 miles away offering numerous outdoor activites such as walking and pony trekking. A little further afield into Devon are the Tamar Valley and Dartmoor.
The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and Lanhydrock (National Trust) provide the visitor with plenty to see and do on a day out.
"A lovely long week-end break - comfortable and cosy - beautiful weather - cream teas on arrival much appreciated. Crackington Haven lives up to its reputation. Many thanks."Mr Popplewell 2017-04-01
"Thank you - a very cosy, homely cottage, very well-equipped. Loved the cosiness provided by the woodburner downstairs and the lightness & brightness upstairs - big windows, natural light & beautiful views. Perfect location for exploring. Walked from Tintagel to Trebawith and back, surfed at Widemouth beach - perfect rocks for climbing and cycled Wadebridge to Padstow on the Camel Trail for fish'n'chips at Rick Stein's take away. Great memories!"Du Sautoy family 2016-10-01
"Wow, what a wonderful cottage and location, we will definitely be back again to your fantastic little hideaway. Simple, cosy and relaxing, which is what we all needed, with great beaches and stunning countryside. Wish we could live here and get away from the rat-race of London."Mr Prime 2014-09-01