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Start your day with a hearty Cornish breakfast enjoyed in our medieval oak beamed dinning room. A 20 minute stroll across fields and through woods will bring you to the beautiful beach of Crackington Haven. The perfect place for coastal walks, surfing, days on the beach, or simply enjoying a cream tea or a drink at one of the cafe’s or pub.
Or, if the beach isn't your thing Boscastle, Tintagel, The Eden Project and Padstow to name a few are all in easy reach.After a day out enjoying what North Cornwall has to offer, sit down and relax in our comfortable living room before a delicious home-cooked meal or an evening at one of the local eateries.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV's, and towels and linen is provided. There is also a Cot available.
Tremoutha : Spacious Room with En-Suite Corner Bath Sleeps upto 3 in double and single bed's.
Cleave : Cosy bedroom with private Bath and Shower room along the hallway.
Strangles : Large bright family room with double and single beds and En-suite bath and shower room.
Chipman : Double with En-Suite shower and views over the garden.
The local beach of Crackington Haven is just a 20 minute walk over the farmland and through the woods. It is a magnificent beach in an idyllic spot sheltered by high cliffs on each side. It is well known for its surfing and soft sand. It has a couple of beach shops with cafes and a well run public house with restaurant.
This a great walking country, with tranquil, wooded valleys, small tumbling streams with occasional trout, farmland and rugged, awesome cliffs, with secluded coves and beaches at their base. Much of the coastland is owned and maintained by the National Trust. This is the edge of Thomas Hardy’s “A Pair of Blue Eyes” country and St. Juliot Church is about 3 miles south. The rivers Valency and Jordan meet just below Paradise and tumble into the sea at the ancient, scenic port of Boscastle, about 4 miles or so southwards. Another 3 miles further will bring you to Tintagel and King Arthur’s Castle.
To the North are more beaches around the Victorian seaside town of Bude, which has an indoor sports complex, splash pool, golf, tennis, squash and many other leisure facilities. Pony trekking, river, lake and sea fishing are all possible, both near Bude and within about 8 miles to the south.
The proprietors also have a 2 bedroomed, terraced house, in an old hilltop village, facing south towards the 9000 ft Mont Canigou in French Catalonia. It is in the Pyrenees, about 25 miles from the Mediterranean, between Perpignan and Andorra.
From the M5 take the A30 bypassing Okehampton and Launceston. About 3 miles after Launceston take the sliproad and then turn right at a roundabout and then immediately left at another onto the A395 sign-posted Hallworthy and North Cornwall. At Hallworthy take the B3262 on the right until you reach the A39. Turn right towards Bude and continue for 3.5 miles then turn left onto the B3263 signposted Boscastle B3262. After just over a mile turn right signposted Crackington Haven, take the next left signposted Hill & Sweets and Hallagather. Carry on this road for just over a mile until you reach a sharp right-hand bend, turn left here down the private lane to Hallagather.
Approaching on the A39 from the north continue past Bude just over 9 miles south turn right signposted Boscastle B3262. After just over a mile turn right signposted Crackington Haven, take the next left signposted Hill & Sweets and Hallagather. Carry on this road for just over a mile until you reach a sharp right-hand bend, turn left here down the private lane to Hallagather.
If you have reached the beach at Crackington Haven go up the hill with The Cabin beach cafe on your left, carry on after about 1 mile turn right (no signposts) if you reach the shop you have gone to far. When you reach a 90 degree left hand bend go straight on down the private lane signposted Hallagather