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Kilkhampton is just a few minutes drive away, it has two good pubs, a general stores/post office and a popular farm shop. The nearest beaches are at Sandymouth Bay and Duckpool, both are quite popular with visitors and locals alike and they are only 3 - 4 miles away.
Two large en-suite bedrooms with toilet/shower/wash-basin facilities. Television/video and tea/coffee making facilities.
A generous full English breakfast is served either in the dining room or conservatory, whichever guests prefer. Our own farm produce is used where-ever possible including free range eggs. There are various breakfast options including vegetarian and continental.
The conservatory directly overlooks an extensive lawned garden, guests are quite welcome to sit and relax during the evening with a bottle of wine.
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach towels.
Wrasford Farm is ideally placed for exploring both Devon and Cornwall. The nearest major tourist resort is Bude just six miles away, there are two good sandy beaches in the town that offer good surfing when conditions permit. There is also an excellent choice of restaurants/tea rooms/pubs/small shops. The Bude Old Canal industrial heritage trail is a popular with walkers. There is also an excellent golf course overlooking the sea.
The ancient town of Launceston, picturesque villages of Boscastle, Port Isaac, Tintagel of King Arthur fame are all close by, and of course, not forgetting Bodmin Moor, a very popular destination for walkers, The Cheese Ring and Jamaica Inn being a favourite.
About an hours drive is the famous Eden Project, described as the eight wonder of the world.
Padstow Harbour & Rick Stein's restaurant, about 40 minutes drive.
For the younger generation various attractions include:
Brocklands Adventure park
The Big Sheep
Dodwalls family adventure Park and miniature railway
Trethorne leisure farm and Golf Course
Bude splash swimming pool, wave machine & fun pool
Harlequins Tenpin bowling and Adventure play area
Camel cycle trail.
Yours hosts are local to the area and have an excellent knowledge of places to go or good pubs or restaurants. They will only be too pleased to help.
Travelling east on the A39 from Stratton towards Bideford. You will enter the small village of Kilkhampton, just after leaving the village you will see a right turn signposted Bradworthy. Follow this narrow road for about 2/3 of a mile and crossing over a small bridge. Just after the bridge you will come to a lane going into the left, follow the lane to the end and you will see Wrasford Farm.