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St Petroc's is an ideal base location for beautiful and spectacular coastal walks, being just five minutes from the coast path. Frequented by many bird watchers and ramblers. This stretch of the coast is rugged and very picturesque. We have puffins and many other seabirds living on the rocks just off these cliffs which are featured in many bird watching books.
We have two rooms available, one of which is a spacious family room that sleeps approximately six persons.
Included in the price is an ample full English breakfast, made with local produce. Or you may prefer an alternative breakfast, which may be vegetarian or continental, all served with your choice of fruit juice, cereal, toast, Tea/coffee.
Room one is a tranquil space with good views of the surrounding countryside leading to the sea. It includes tea and coffee making facilities. This room is an ideal place to relax, read, unwind and escape the hectic rush of the modern world and truly recharge those batteries.
Room 2 This spacious family room has 1 double bed, a sofa bed and a futon. and can sleep a family of up to six . The room has a colour television., tea and coffee making facilities and also a small fridge for keeping any essentials cool. This is an ideal base for a family wishing to explore the area.
Guests are welcome to sit and relax in the gardens. Watch the birds and the small wildlife pond.
Share a bottle of your own brought wine after a quiet summer 's evening stroll. Take in the unpolluted fresh air and the peace and quiet of this restful place.
Please note Children must be supervised at all times because of the pond and steep steps leading to the garden.
North Cornwall is a fantastic place to visit, whether its Exploring our rugged coastline or a day out on the beach.
Eden, approx (35 miles) or hiring bikes to cycle the Camel trail. there is plenty to enjoy.
Visit neighbouring Boscastle and see the village in its recovery from the 2005 flood. (2 miles) Tintagel and the legendary King Arthur's Castle. (3 mile s)
Both villages have friendly pubs and plenty of places to eat out. Or you may prefer to bring back a takeaway for your evening meal ,which you are welcome to eat at the house or in the garden.
Further a field & well worth a visit is St Ives Tate gallery & the Barbara Hepworth museum.