Perfectly located for both touring the stunning north Cornish coastline and beach holidays, this cosy charming old thatched cottage is set on the edge of the small town of Stratton, only two miles from the top coastal resort of Bude.
As you arrive at this picture postcard cottage you will sense the character immediately.
On entering into the welcoming open plan kitchen and dining area a lovely family feel will greet you.
Going through into the delightfully spacious yet cosy sitting room, the large fireplace with a multi-fuel burner is the centrepiece.
There are three bedrooms here offering a choice of sleeping arrangements.
The garden is enclosed and ideal for children playing with a fine decked area with loungers and table and chairs for total relaxation for the adults.
Stratton is a small, historic market town established in Roman times of fine Georgian houses and thatched cottages.
The excellent Tree Inn, well known for serving excellent food and fine local ales, is two minutes’ walk away and an ideal spot for dinner after a great day out.
With Bude so close by and a choice of beaches to suit all the family this is the ideal location for the perfect beach holiday.
A surf board and body boards are provided to heighten your enjoyment and fun.
At the end of the day though, being able to return to the tranquil surroundings of such a wonderful relaxing thatched cottage will surely make Thatchings an ideal choice for a coastal holiday whatever time of year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x twin, 1 x single with additional pull-out stacker bed (can be double on request), 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove.
About the location
Bude 2.5 miles.
A peaceful, picturesque village close to the resort town of Bude, one of Cornwall’s premier holiday locations. With its lovely old church, winding streets and atmospheric village pubs it’s a place to relax after a hard day exploring the stunning beaches and spectacular coastal scenery for which the area is famous. Bude’s beaches attract surfers from all over the country and when conditions are right you’d be hard pushed to find better surf. When the tide is out, miles of golden sand and hundreds of rocky pools keep visitors occupied for hours. The SW coast path and many other rights of way winding over the cliff tops and through lush green fields looking out over the sea are a haven for walkers and lovers of the open countryside while a good shopping centre and a selection of pubs, clubs and restaurants take care of the inner person. Bude canal, a registered nature reserve passes through the town and rowing a boat through its calm waters or walking the towpath among the beautiful (and friendly) water fowl that live among the reeds is a great way to spend an hour or two. Within the town there are also 2 golf courses, an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley and leisure centre. A perfect location for all that North Cornwall has to offer