For a delightful, white-washed cottage in an unspoilt part of Cornwall, it’s hard to beat this holiday home. It has a cosy country kitchen with a log-burner and butler sink, and the living room has wooden floors, comfy sofas and plenty of space to spread out.
The garden has room for Fido to run, and the seating area has views over open fields. It’s ideal for a family or small group of friends who want to spend their holiday time relaxing and getting away from it all.
The nearest pub is just half a mile away, and Port Isaac with it’s fish restaurants is an 8-mile drive. And for a day on the beach head for Trebarwith Strand.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Churchill Cottage
The master bedroom has a dressing area and an en-suite shower room. It’s tempting to stay at the cottage the whole holiday, but with so much to see and do nearby, you will have to reluctantly leave to explore the local sites.
A cosy detached holiday home with plenty of rustic charm, the property sits in a spacious garden that’s ideal for a party of 6 plus their pooch. The country-style kitchen is fully equipped and the bedrooms are all comfy and bright, offering you a great night’s sleep after long days enjoying the Cornish countryside.
There is plenty of space to run in the large garden. Up to 2 dogs are welcome to stay here so your four-legged friend can join you on a holiday in Cornwall too. With the coast just 5 miles away, you can all enjoy walks along the edge of the sea together.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Camelford
Lanteglos is a sleepy village close to Camelford, and it’s just 5 miles from the north coast of Cornwall. Port Isaac, Tintagel and Bodmin Moor all on the doorstep so there is plenty to discover nearby.
Camelford sits on the River Camel and boasts a few shops and places to eat. The Camel Trail is a 17-mile route that takes in the countryside, Bodmin Moor and Padstow, mainly along a disused rail track.
Port Isaac is within easy reach – this picture perfect fishing village features in the TV series Doc Martin, and the sea-shanty movie named Fisherman’s Friends. A little further along the coast is Tintagel, where the clifftop ruins of the 12th century castle can be reached via a steep climb of steps.
Venture a little further up the coast and you get to Boscastle. Home to a witchcraft museum, this quiet town has a natural harbour and a smattering of great places to eat. Walks along the coast in this part of Cornwall are breathtaking, and there’s a 7-mile pathway from Boscastle to Crackington Haven if you fancy a challenge.
Camelford and the surrounding area have strong links with King Arthur it is believed. Some even say that Camelford was once called Camelot, and the great man stayed at Tintagel Castle on the coast.
The villages and fishing towns in this beautiful part of Cornwall are quaint and traditional, and filled with little shops and great pubs, cafes and restaurants.
You must try a clotted cream tea and a Cornish pasty while you’re here – you simply won’t taste anything better. And as they welcome pets in many places, it’s a perfect area for a family holiday with the dog.
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