- Swimming pool
- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
6 Customer Reviews
"It was at least clean , forget wifi unless you are close to number 34 there is none , forget using the hotel and it facilities as it is closed and has been for a while The pool had just closed as had the club bar , the games room was open but it was a real mess ."
Now the most worrying part , there was a dehumidifier in the back room this gathered over a pint of water in five days , this room with the bunk bed is where your children will sleep. In short if you have children are asthmatic have COPD. I would avoid ,
The swimming pool is open 1st May to beginning of September I've made that clear on website and is separate you booked the villa not the hotel Anything from the hotel facilities is free games rooms and tennis court and squash court and wfi I have always advised guest staying in a holiday property to open windows for ventilation some people don't do that . Sorry thanks for you feedback Property Owner
"The villa was spotless and had all that we needed but very disappointed that the ..."
The villa was spotless and had all that we needed but very disappointed that the hotel was closed and locked abandoned also looked like only about 4 villas out of 50 being used would have liked to see more people about we used it as a base but would have liked the odd meal in the hotel and also a drink in the bar meeting up with other people
"The villa was great, well appointed, well looked after and provided everything that you would need for a nice chilled relaxing say, lovely setting too."
My problem was with Sykes not the villa owner twice I contacted them before arrival to ask about facilities being open especially the hotel restaurant and never contacted with an answer then to arrive and find both bar and restaurant closed was very disappointing
"It was great would stay again, plenty to do and lovely setting."
"A great place from which to explore the north coast of Cornwall."
Small villa, but with all the necessary facilities. Just a shame the weather wasn't warm enough to enjoy the swimming pool more than just the once.
"LOVELY AND QUIET, GREAT PLACE TO CHILL AND ONLY 6 MILES FROM TREBARWITH STRAND BEACH WHICH IS BRILLIANT FOR SURFING"
- All ground floor
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin with double bunk beds Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Electric central heating
- Electric oven, electric hob with electric fan, microwave, fridge with ice box and mini fridge with small freezer compartment
- Radio/CD player, TV with Freeview/DVD, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Washing machine and tumble dryer in shared launderette by coin metre only
- Bed linen and towel inc. in rent
- Off road parking for two cars within large car park 15 yards from property
- Front lawned area with furniture and additional shared lawned areas surrounding the property
- Games room with pool table, football game, air hockey and table tennis
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 1.5 miles in Camelford town centre
- Pub 2 mins walk
- 5 minute drive to Bowood Park Golf Course
- Note: Local fishing is available 4miles away from the property named Ferndale course fishing
- Note: No stag, hen parties or similar.
Villa No 50 is located over 15 acres of meadows belonging to Lanteglos Hotel, and is placed in a tranquil area, perfect for those who just want to getaway and relax.
This delightful end-terrace property is situated amongst hotel facilities, including a restaurant and bar, tennis court, badminton court, snooker table and large outdoor swimming area with a separate child's paddling pool (open June - September 1st) plus an on-site soft play area for under 5's that guests are welcome to use.
With only a 5 minute drive from Bowood Golf Course, this would be a perfect place for golfers. Camelford leisure centre is situated 1 mile from the property, which includes splash time inflatables and activities such as canoeing.
Ideal for families, the property sleeps four people in one double and one twin, as well as having a family bathroom.
All ground floor, the property enters straight into the open plan living space, where you will find a well-equipped kitchen, a cosy sitting room and a dining area.
The ancient town of Camelford is often reputed as being the location of King Arthur's Court of Camelot and legend has it that Arthur's Tomb can be found at the nearby village of Slaughterbridge.
There are plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants and don't forget to stop off and get your fresh bread from the bakery – they sell good cakes too! This is an excellent base being only a few miles from the surfing beaches of the North Cornwall coast and the rugged moorland of Bodmin Moor and Bossiney Cove.
Take a trip to Padstow with its colourful and bustling quayside, gift shops and art galleries and treat yourself to some of Rick Stein’s fish and chips. For those who love the television series Doc Martin, make your way to Port Isaac and take a photo of yourself standing outside of the Doc's house and then relax over lunch as you gaze across the picturesque harbour. Families, friends and couples will all adore this fabulous retreat where you can discover the rolling waves and the rolling countryside.
About the location
Tintagel 5.7 miles; Bodmin 13.1 miles; Padstow 19 miles; Bude 17.2 miles; Newquay 26.8 miles; Truro 35.7 miles.
The old market town of Camelford nearby is located close to Cornwall's north coast and is ideally situated for exploring the wild country of Bodmin Moor and the high cliffs, hidden coves, fishing villages and surfing beaches that populate this beautiful area. The shops in this old market town have delicious local produce. The South West Coastal Path is a year-round attraction and the surrounding villages and hamlets harbour a wealth of country inns and restaurants. With Wadebridge for a great day out shopping and the Camel Trail for biking and walking, Launceston the old capital of Cornwall with its 13th-century castle, Camelford with the best fish and chips you’ll ever taste, Padstow and Port Isaac for fine dining, Bossiney, Trebarwith and Tregardock beaches for surfing and the fascinating tiny worlds of the rock pools, along with Tintagel, Boscastle, Polzeath and the myriad of other coastal villages to enjoy. Be sure to check out Tintagel, where you will find a magnificent castle, Merlin’s Cave, the National Trust sites of Glebe Cliffs and Tintagel Old Post Office, and the King Arthur’s Arms Inn. You have a dazzling array of days out waiting for you all within easy reach.
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Please note that property can only take bookings from Saturday to Saturday, including short
This property offers the following short breaks:
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