- £326 per week
- £47 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- Cooking hob
- Washing machine
- 1 WC (in total)
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 5 miles
- On one level
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Important - Please Note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
This charming character stone cottage is very handy for the centre of the old town and all the facilities that Camelford has to offer. The cottage has been comfortably and attractively furnished and offers flexible accommodation for a couple, two couples or a small family. Camelford is an attractive and ancient town built on the banks of the river Camel and is located about 6 miles inland from the delightful coastal villages of Boscastle and Tintagel and also Bossiney and Trebarwith Strand beaches. Camelford has its fair share of Arthurian legend links, with some believing that the camel in Camelford hints at this pretty little market town once being Camelot itself. Superb walking trails and picturesque valleys surround Camelford, being as it lies on the edge of Bodmin Moor and sits 700 foot above sea level, making it one of the highest towns in England. There are numerous buildings of historic interest in the town including the 16th century Mason's Arms, once an old coaching inn, and only a minutes walk away.
Lounge: TV, video/DVD player combi.
Kitchen/Dining Area: Range of units, built in electric hob and oven, microwave, refrigerator, washing machine.
Bathroom: Bath (electric shower over), basin, w.c.
Bedroom 1: Double bed (4'6") wardrobe, chest of drawers, hair dryer.
Bedroom 2: Galleried bedroom (no door) with restricted headroom and ceiling sloping to the eaves, double bed (4'6"), single bed (3'), chest of drawers.
GARDEN & PARKING: Parking for 1 car in parking space (further parking in free car park near by). Large gravelled patio area with table/bench and barbecue. Note that neighbouring property has right of way across patio.
Changeover Day: Saturday - arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am.
Pet Welcome: Maximum 1 small/medium; £25 per week. Information about bringing your pet
Power and Heat: Electricity included in rent; night storage heaters lounge and bedroom 1, convector heater in bedroom 2, electric heated towel rail bathroom.
Bedding and Linen: Pillows & duvets included; bed linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels).
Baby Equipment: Travel cot, highchair, stairgate provided; other equipment can be hired - see hire page.
Shop: 200 yds Pub: 200 yds
NOTES: No smoking; please note the first floor has very restricted headroom of maximum 5'6" and slopes into the eaves so may be unsuitable for many people. WiFi provided. Information about internet usage. Call box 400 yds. Mobile reception varies see - Information about mobile phone coverage.
Camelford, situated within a few miles of the wild and rugged North Cornish coast, is perhaps best known for its history and its reputed links with King Arthur and the many stories and legends associated with him. One of the principal attractions of the area is King Arthur's castle, perched precariously atop the craggy and weathered cliffs. Those who are feeling adventurous might like to explore Merlin's Cave below the castle, which can be accessed at low tide. If you have an urge to get out and about exploring the landscape, a good option is to book a trip with Cornish Heritage Safaris, who offer a variety of tours of the local area, and can tell you some of the many stories, myths and legends associated with this part of Cornwall. In the town itself you can visit to the North Cornwall Museum and Gallery, with its exhibitions of the way of life of the local area in the early part of the last century, including traditional tools and crafts- a must for anyone interested in local history and traditions. Further out, and commanding spectacular views from most of the town, are the moors where you can spend hours walking and investigating rocky outcrops and windswept hills- if you've brought your canine companion, he'll love you for it!