Ideally located just outside the village of Crackington Haven, close to an array of stunning sandy beaches, including Widemouth Bay and is just 4 miles from the stunning scenery at Boscastle.
This lovely semi-detached stone cottage is a perfect holiday home for a family wishing to be on the North coast of Cornwall.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the gently sloping beach of Crackington Haven rests in an enclosed bay, making it an ideal spot for families, whilst it is also a great place for watersports, popular with surfers and body boarders.
You will arrive at a collection of superb barn conversions, of which The Old Cider Press is the first you come to.
Park opposite the cottage, next to the tennis court, walk into the hallway and then continue through to the sociable open plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
There are two bedrooms, a double and one room with full size bunk beds.
A thoughtful extra provided for your use is a computer and printer should you wish to print a copy of your day’s excursions, directions or details on one of the wonderful walks nearby, which range from simple strolls through the surrounding moorland to the spectacular coastal walks of the South West Coastal Path.
Although small, the village has a shop one mile from the cottage, which sells all you need on a day-to-day basis, as well as a bistro cafe and family pub should you fancy spending the evening out.
With so much to do in the immediate area and the rugged north Cornwall coast waiting to be explored nearby, The Cider Press makes a great base for the perfect Cornish holiday at any time of the year.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Boscastle 6 miles.
Crackington Haven is a charming cove near Boscastle, with a mix of rockpools, a sandy beach and good surf. There are two beach shops and cafes, which are wonderful to relax in and look out over the blue seas of the bay. Walking this section of the South West Coast Path, much of it owned by the National Trust, offers dramatic views, a host of wildflowers and an undulating terrain. Just along the coast is the quaint village of Boscastle, with gift shops, local restaurants and pubs offering good food, Cornish real ales and live entertainment by local musicians, making this an ever-popular visitor destination. The sandy beaches of Bossiney and Trebarwith Strand are within a short drive, as are the surfing beaches at Bude and Polzeath. Close at hand lies Tintagel, swathed in the legend of King Arthur, as well as several stately homes and renowned gardens, or the wide open space of Bodmin Moor, famous for its granite tors and Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn.