You can book this property from:
- £365 per week
- £52 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
- No Private Parking
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- 2 bunk beds
- Cooking hob
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels not provided
- Family friendly
- Enclosed garden, courtyard or patio
- On-street parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 2 miles
- Pub 0.3 miles
- Shop 0.3 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
Important - please note
- No more than 2 pets
The Cornwall House is a charming cottage situated along a quiet lane in the historical village of Stratton. It has been renovated throughout to provide all the home comforts you require whilst retaining many original features. The cottage provides a great base for a family or couples to discover the far North of Cornwall and North Devon. The nearby seaside town of Bude is less than a 2-mile drive and offers pocket friendly activities for all the family including rock pooling, sandcastle building, bowling, soft play area and local splash pool. Access countryside walks within minutes from the cottage, either straight up the lane onto footpaths or stroll along the local river.
The South West Coast Path is on your doorstep and a short drive takes you into Devon and to the renowned Hartland Peninsula, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If water sports are your thing, you're in the right place. There are opportunities for kayaking either at sea or on the Bude Canal and surfing at the town beaches or at nearby Widemouth Bay. Closer to home there are two local public houses just minutes down the road, The Kings Arms and The Tree Inn both offer home cooked food. Stratton also boasts its very own local shop/post office and hairdressers. If you fancy a night in, cosy up with an open fire on those winter evenings and with a dining table that converts to a pool table why not challenge someone to a game of pool?
Lounge/Kitchen/Diner: Electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, Smart TV, BT TV & Sport, Sonos music system, Pool dining table & chairs, open fire.
Bedroom 1: Kingsize bed (5'), bedside units, chest of drawers, wardrobe, feature fireplace
Bedroom 2: Double bed (4'6''), bedside units, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 3: Bunk beds, chest of drawers.
Bathroom: Bath (thermostatic shower over), basin, w.c.
GARDEN & PARKING: No parking at property; parking available on street close by. Small enclosed patio area to rear with garden furniture.
Changeover Day: Friday - arrival 3:00pm - departure 10:00am.
Pet Welcome: Maximum 2; £25 per pet per week. Information about bringing your pet.
Power and Heat: Gas & electricity included in rent; gas fired c.h. & hot water, open fire lounge.
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen provided; towels not provided but can be hired - see hire page
Baby Equipment: Not provided but may be hired - see hire page.
Shop: 0.3 mls Pub: 0.3 mls
We had a lovely stay in The Cornwall House, and enjoyed all the extra touches, such as the candles and wide choice of family games.....not to mention the brilliantly supplied kitchen- it is so rare to find good sharp knives in holiday houses.
Bude has been a popular holiday destination since the 19th century, when train travel began to allow people much more freedom to explore the country. It is still well-loved by its many visitors, whether you prefer to relax and hire a beach hut for the day, or participate in something more active, such as surfing and other water sports, horse-riding, cycling or maybe a round of golf or two. You can get the ferry out to Lundy Island, a good place to see local sea and bird life including puffins, or perhaps hire a rowing boat or pedalo to take out on the canal. While down by the canal, pop into the Bude Heritage Centre to learn about the history of the area, and look round the art gallery. Visitors can also bag a bargain at Atlantic Village, and if you're here out of season, this popular shopping centre has an ice rink, and is open seven days a week. During the season, there is also a farmer's and craft market on the wharf, where you can pick up souvenirs of your trip. For something a little different, a local geology expert offers guided tours of the area. Or you might like to take the scenic circular walk along the Planekeeper's Path, along the canal and back to the town via winding footpaths.