Set within a small holding with 11-acre grounds, Oak Cottage in Pyworthy, West Cornwall has three bedrooms and sleeps up to five people and one dog.
This charming cottage is ideal for families or couples looking to get away for it all with a relaxing or romantic break.
Located on the Devon and Cornwall border, it is ideally situated for days out at the beach in Bude or you can even head further afield to Penzance and Land’s End.
At A Glance
Indoor Heated Pool
One Dog Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Ground Floor Facilities
About Oak Cottage
This cosy, charming cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The River Tamar runs through the small holding’s 11 acre grounds and you can even fish here if you wish.
The cottage has three bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, a house bathroom and a private hot tub is also available.
The small holding’s courtyard area is perfect for relaxing in or take a dip in the shared swimming pool.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Pyworthy, Holsworthy
Carpenters Tinney, where Oak Cottage is located, has plenty to keep you busy without even heading further afield. The 11 acre site offers the option to go fishing, meet the animals in the garden or head to the fields to sit and relax as you watch wildlife in their peaceful, quiet habitat.
Make a splash in the shared, heated, outdoor 5m swimming pool or meet others staying in the other cottages in the courtyard which has toys, games, body boards and games tables available for use.
If you’ve forgotten your bucket and spade you can even borrow one from here for a day’s sandcastle building at the beach.
The beaches at Bude are dog-friendly, award-winning and there are seven to choose from! Summerleaze Beach is just five minutes’ walk from Bude’s town centre or for those who love surfing, Widemouth Bay Beach is a popular choice.
Northcott Mouth Beach is a fantastic choice for romantic walks hand in hand, with rocky coves and when the tide is out, a beautiful sandy beach emerges.
History fans should spend some time at Bude Castle Heritage Centre, once the home of the inventor of the steam carriage, Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, to learn not only about his life but also about the castle’s role in the Second World War, Cornwall’s Titanic connection and see a 350 million year-old fossil, that of Cornuboniscus Budensis, the only one found in the world.
Take in the sights on foot with some fabulous walks around the area. A popular walk is the Boscastle to Looe trail which covers 36 miles. Known as the Smugglers’ Way, it takes in Bodmin Moor via Rough Tor and Brown Willy before crossing to the West Looe Valley and down along the riverside into the fishing port and traditional seaside town of Looe.
If the trail to Looe is too much for you on foot, jump in the car and see beaches nearer the cottage, such as Newquay, Port Isaac and Tintagel.
You will be spoilt for choice with a holiday at Oak Cottage in Pyworthy near Bude. There’s an endless list of beaches nearby to dig sandcastles on or take a walk with your furry friend or simply spend some time on the Carpenters Tinney 11 acre site in close contact with nature.
Enjoy days out in Newquay and St. Ives or head to Polperro with its pretty fishing harbour. Further afield you’ll find The Eden Project or Plymouth which are within an hour’s drive from the cottage.
Back at the cottage, the private hot tub, children’s play area and courtyard are perfect for relaxing in, whether you’ve been out for the day or simply choose to spend all day there enjoying the peaceful surroundings.
The cottage’s cosy living and dining area with wood burner stove is the perfect place to relax at the end of a busy day.
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